HAM radios are a staple of gear for survival preppers. While some start out as amateur hobbyists, others end up using it as a commercial outlet. But for survival reasons, this is a piece of equipment that is going to allow you to stay informed in case of emergencies and also seek rescue when and if you ever need it.
This will allow you import any of your contacts so that they display on your screen whenever you’re in contact with them. You can create talk groups with people on a global level – in other states and countries.
The AnyTone AT-D878UVII Plus is a
One great thing about this one is that for newbies, they’ll be able to get acquainted with how to use it properly through the guide and 140+ video tutorials that BridgeCom Systems has released in their online university.
The features of this
The accessories that come with it include an external battery with a belt clip, the Bluetooth PTT button so you can use this in a hands-free environment, such as when you’re bugging out, the programming cables and software (Windows version), and the charging bucket and cable.
This is a mid-tier
Some buyers say you should not go with the stock antennae that’s included, but instead get a better accessory for that purpose. But others have had no problem, so it might be a matter of location and geographic terrain that determines how well the signals are sent and received.
When you’re using the AnyTone AT-D878UVII Plus, you’re holding a