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by Forteowner
Wed Sep 14, 2011 11:21 pm
Forum: Other Gadgets & Hobbies
Topic: Walkie Talkie Kakie (FRS & GMRS)
Replies: 100
Views: 25968

Re: Walkie Talkie Kakie (FRS & GMRS)

Puxing 777 comes in 2 versions - UHF and VHF. You buy either version only. The walkie-talkie itself doesn't have both UHF and VHF together. It's EITHER OR. 0.5W of Puxing 777 transmits much better because of its antenna. So far, it can hit about 2km in undulating terrain in Cheras. In KL centre have...
by Forteowner
Thu Sep 08, 2011 12:01 pm
Forum: Other Gadgets & Hobbies
Topic: Walkie Talkie Kakie (FRS & GMRS)
Replies: 100
Views: 25968

Re: Walkie Talkie Kakie (FRS & GMRS)

Does it comes with 2 version like u mention earlier VHF & UHF and subjected to 0.5Watt which in that case hows the distance like.. Puxing 777 comes in 2 versions - UHF and VHF. You buy either version only. The walkie-talkie itself doesn't have both UHF and VHF together. It's EITHER OR. 0.5W of ...
by Forteowner
Wed Sep 07, 2011 12:54 am
Forum: Other Gadgets & Hobbies
Topic: Walkie Talkie Kakie (FRS & GMRS)
Replies: 100
Views: 25968

Re: Walkie Talkie Kakie (FRS & GMRS)

Thks for all the input just got back from convoy trip and find that Moto T5720 is sufficient but would be better if can cover at least a real 2km radius..whats your recommendations puxing 777,KW 3207,etc.. Go for the Puxing 777. Triple the price of Motorola Walkabouts but you won't regret it. But d...
by Forteowner
Mon Sep 05, 2011 11:20 pm
Forum: Other Gadgets & Hobbies
Topic: Walkie Talkie Kakie (FRS & GMRS)
Replies: 100
Views: 25968

Re: Walkie Talkie Kakie (FRS & GMRS)

Err bro care to enlighten how to turn off the code..? what i know is the QT which turn on/Off and as per manual is Channel 1-7 & 15-22 generates output of 1W and 8-14 generates 0.5W so which should i select for better distance.. QT - Just select OFF, that's all to it. That's the Motorola "...
by Forteowner
Fri Aug 26, 2011 1:55 am
Forum: Other Gadgets & Hobbies
Topic: Walkie Talkie Kakie (FRS & GMRS)
Replies: 100
Views: 25968

Re: Walkie Talkie Kakie (FRS & GMRS)

One more thing to add. Turn off the codes. Codes will reduce the range because the code decoder will need a sufficiently high level of code signal to turn on the audio. Furthermore, the code is totally useless. If you turn it on, then you will not be able to hear when there is other traffic in the ...
by Forteowner
Fri Aug 26, 2011 1:51 am
Forum: Other Gadgets & Hobbies
Topic: Walkie Talkie Kakie (FRS & GMRS)
Replies: 100
Views: 25968

Re: Walkie Talkie Kakie (FRS & GMRS)

Nothing much you can do to improve the transmission range of Motorola T5720. Though rated 5-miles, it's on the basis of straight line of sight & with qualified conditions. Maybe out in the open sea you can hit the max. range. I tried in jungle (not thick jungle but the trail to Sg Lepok waterfal...
by Forteowner
Wed Aug 24, 2011 12:28 am
Forum: Other Gadgets & Hobbies
Topic: Walkie Talkie Kakie (FRS & GMRS)
Replies: 100
Views: 25968

Re: Walkie Talkie Kakie (FRS & GMRS)

Thks,[/b][/quote] The T5720 is a medium range model which I liked very much when I was using in the USA. Nice to hold and it uses AA batteries (instead of AAA). Good clear voice. The main thing here is to set your expectation correctly. If you want to use it in a convoy of 3 or 4 cars, then this mod...
by Forteowner
Sat Aug 20, 2011 11:24 pm
Forum: Other Gadgets & Hobbies
Topic: Walkie Talkie Kakie (FRS & GMRS)
Replies: 100
Views: 25968

Re: Walkie Talkie Kakie (FRS & GMRS)

Need some experts advice on Motorola T5720 as just bought few sets with friends an intended to use it during convoy and have tested that the range is not as it's claims on the distance kind of disappointed..

Any way to rectified this issue.. :tq:


Thks,
by Forteowner
Thu Aug 18, 2011 2:39 pm
Forum: Newbie Lounge
Topic: The official newbie's "Hello" topic
Replies: 1403
Views: 264032

Re: The official newbie's "Hello" topic

Hi to all Sifu and Otai , Am new here and have a unit of Nv765 which seldom use and just got hold of this forum and didn't know that Garmin have that much feature which am not sure.. Hope to learn more from all experts and sifu's and do tell me where to begin to fully understand my unit of whats goo...

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