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Frequency Extension - for HANDHELD amateur radios

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9.61 EUR (8.01 EUR + VAT)
Model: FRQ-P
Availability: Available
Average Rating: 5 out of 5 Stars! (4)
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Frequency Extension - for HANDHELD amateur radios. Buy frequency extension from Anico through our online store! 

Please, be careful: the amateur radios which have distributed by Anico, normally work on amateur bands. The radio frequency extension is made by individual requirements. The usage of the amateur radios do not cover working outside of amateur bands, so the warranty is valid only for those errors that accured from normal usage of the radio.

Not normally usage means that you use:

  • the radio outside of amateur bands,
  • low-grade coaxial cable or antenna  

and also:

  •  lightning or its accompanying phenomena ( electrostatic discharge )
  • elemental damage​
 You need to have radio license to use these kind of amateur transceivers. To have more infomation about radio licenses, please get in touch with amateur radio authority in your country. The technical specifications of the radios are only guaranteed at the usage of amateur bands witihin 10% tolerance by the manufacturer.  The specifications outside the amateur bands can be worse, in this case we can not accept complaints. The usage of the radio outside the amateur bands is not allowed (neither by your radio license), so the owner is responsible for not normal usage of the transceivers.  
 
 

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05/06/2020
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08/05/2017
Bunuiesc ca toti radioamatori doresc sa foloseasca statiile si in PMR. Adaugand in cos suma pentru extensia de frecventa beneficiati de canalele PMR si altele fara a pierde garantia.
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