FM, SSB (sideband), CW Base
*Volume, squelch, Mic Gain, RF Gain, RF Power
*80w RT1 MOSFET output transistors
*Frequency Counter and Channel Display (Green LED's)
*Band Selector (12bands)
*Dual clarifier, RX & TX
*Adjustable talk back w/ on/off.
*4 pin mic jack.
*4 pin hand microphone included.
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A license to operate amateur radios may be required in your area. The end user is solely responsible for proper operation of amateur radio equipment and adhering to the rules and regulations of their country . In the U.S. it is legal to purchase amateur radios and receive on amateur radio bands however an amateur radio license is required to transmit. GI Joe's asks that persons using amateur radios please respect the regulations by not transmitting on amateur radio bands without an amateur radio license. By purchasing an amateur radio from us you are agreeing not to transmit on amateur radio bands without an amateur radio license. An amateur radio license can be obtained in the U.S. by taking a relatively simple test. Morse Code is no longer required for the technician class U.S. license. You can find information on licensing at www.arrl.org.