The World's FIRST radios cross compatible for GMRS, MURS, Amateur, and Commercial Users

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Arlington, South dakota - Monday, 23 February 2015

AnyTone Tech is excited to announce the launch of our new "8R Series". Every single radio included in the launch is Part 90 Certified and compliant for commercial users along with having access to amateur features for licensed Amateur radio operators. We are most excited to announce the OBLTR-8R and TERMN-8R that are the world's FIRST multi-user licensed radios. These brand new radios have modes of operation that can access and legally communicate on MURS and GMRS* frequencies - they also include NOAA Alerts and Weather station monitoring. We are introducing these radios for users that need the most flexibility from one radio and don't want to purchase multiple radios.


The TERMN-8R includes the ability to also dual receive; allowing your radio to listen to two frequencies at the same time (even if they are on different bands). The dual receiver chipset can be used as a crossband repeater** - allowing you to use your radio as an affordable on-the-fly repeater for extending the range in between almost any handsets. The TERMN-8R can monitor 6 Bands (UHF, VHF, Aviation AM, Shortwave, AM Radio and FM Radio frequencies), which brings some of the most affordable frequency flexibility. The TERMN-8R also can communicate using MSK tones that enables 'on the radio' messaging (text messaging) and Frequency Hopping (Randomized Frequency Communication).


On both the OBLTR-8R and TERMN-8R commercial users will appreciate the 2 Tone Paging - this allows you to filter 'shared frequency' calls that are intended for only your department. 5 Tone calling is another available calling method on these two radios - and you can store up to 99 5 Tone commands that allow communication, messages, and radio commands to be sent from the push of a button.


CTCSS, DCS, Tone Burst, and DTMF tones are standard calling methods on all "8R Series" radios. The "8R Series" even allows custom CTCSS tones, which insure that if your repeater or business doesn’t use a standard CTCSS tone - our radios can still handle whatever you, require. The "8R Series" also supports all standard and inverted DCS (DPL) calling tones. All of our radios can be programmed with ANI and send or receive radio commands with DTMF tones. DTMF can be used in conjunction with other calling methods and can activate or receive commands like remote stun, remote kill, radio identification, and repeater functions (such as activating a phone line and more).


You can view our full line-up today and get more details through this link right here.

* The radio operates on the General Mobile Radio Service (GMRS) frequencies when using GMRS Channels. You must have a GMRS license issued by the Federal Communications Commission to legally use these channels. For licensing information and application forms, visit the FCC online at: www.fcc. gov/wtb/ uls or call the FCC hotline at 1-800-418-3676. If you have any questions, you can contact the FCC direct at 1-888-225-5322.
**Crossband repeating works by taking a signal on UHF and sending it to VHF or vice versa.
***Frequency Hopping is illegal for use outside of Amateur Bands