Baofeng BF-H6 10W High Power UHF/VHF Walkie Talkie Long Range Two Way Radio with Programming Cable

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Baofeng BF-H6 10W Walkie Talkie High Power UHF/VHF Walkie Talkie Long Range Two Way Radio with Programming Cable

 

  • BAOFENG BF-H6 Dual Band 10w ham Radio: Frequency Range: VHF and UHF, RX: 136-174/400-480 MHz.
  • Upgrade the previous generation UV-5R: Baofeng 10W high power handheld radio. Three power switches let you choose high power to maximize range or low power consumption to save battery life.
  • Super long standby time: Rechargeable 2200mAh Li-ion battery, extend battery life experience, USB plug is convenient for charging, support you for a long time, especially in outdoor activities.
  • Easy programming via PC (for software, please visit pofung official website, model: CPS BF-H6 SeriesX (Part97)). Support CHIRP fast programming (model: Baofeng/Pofung BF-H6 (using TIDRADIO, TD-H6)). Please use this product legally in accordance with FCC rules.

 

General
Frequency Range VHF:136-174MHz UHF:400-470MHz(Dual band)
Memory Channel 128 Group
Channel Spacing 25KHz(Wide)、12.5K(Narrow)
Operating Voltage DC7.4V
Frequency Stability ±2.5ppm
Operating Temperature -20~+60℃
Antenna Impedance 50Ω
Transmit Current H≤2.5A;M≤1.8A;L≤1.1A
Modulation(Wide/Narrow) 16KΦF3E/11KΦF3E
Maximum deviation ≤±5 kHz/≤±2.5 kHz (W/N)
Stray Power ≤7.5uW
Adjacent Channel power ≤-65dB/≤-60dB
Signal-to-noise(wide/narrow) ≥-45dB/≥-40dB
QT/DQT Deviatio(wide/narrow) 0.7±0.1KHz/0.4±0.1KHz
Modulation Sensitivity 8-12mV
Demission 134*62*32mm(no including the antenna)
Weight About 300g(include in battery and antenna)

Receiver
Receiver Sensitivity ≤0.25uV(12dB SINAD)
Audio Power [email protected]%
Audio Distortion <10%
Signal-to-Noise ≥45dB
Adjacent Channel Selecitivity(wide/narrow) ≥-65dB/≥-60dB
Intermodulation(wide/narrow ) ≥-65dB/≥-60dB
Stray Suppression ≥-65dB
Receive Current ≤380mA


Package Include
1x Baofeng BF-H6 10W Dual Band Walkie Talkie
1x 2200mAh Li-ion Battery Pack
1x Dual Band Antenna
1x Hand Strap
1x Belt Clip
1x Earpiece
1x User Manual
1x Desktop Charger with EU Plug
1x Plug Adapter(Depends on your delivery address)
1x Programming Cable

 

 

Download
BF-H6_User_Manual

 

Q&A

 


VHF vs UHF Which is Better?
The two frequency ranges (also called "frequency bands") used in most two-way radios are VHF (Very High Frequency), and UHF (Ultra High Frequency). We are often asked "Is VHF or UHF better?" Neither is inherently better, they each have strong points and weaknesses. VHF frequencies can penetrate objects better than UHF. VHF can also travel farther. If a VHF wave and a UHF wave were transmitted over an area without barriers, the VHF wave would


VHF frequencies can penetrate objects better than UHF. VHF can also travel farther. If a VHF wave and a UHF wave were transmitted over an area without barriers, the VHF wave would travel almost twice as far.
Even though VHF can pass through obstacles better and travel farther, that doesn’t mean it’s always the better choice. “Why?” you ask. It’s because of the difference between how VHF vs UHF signals react around structures. Remember, UHF signals are shorter than VHF, this is important when you’re in or around buildings.

The VHF signal is reflected since it is wider than the door. UHF is better at navigating through the smaller spaces within a building to reach it’s destination. VHF signals are often blocked by metal within the building.

So to sum it up, it’s a trade-off. But the general rule-of-thumb is if you are using the radio primarily outdoors where you will have clear line-of-sight then VHF is a better choice because it’s signal will travel farther. BUT, if you will be using your radio in or around buildings, in urban areas, or heavily wooded areas, then UHF is a better choice because it’s signal will navigate around structures better, not being blocked as easily as VHF. The trade-off you are making is longer distance (VHF), vs avoiding possible “dead spots” in and around structures (UHF).

 

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