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Stryker SR-25MC 10 Meter Amateur Radio

R 2,688

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  • Small radio with high power. 20W PEP and only 4.88 in (L) x 3.97 in (W) x 1.41 in (H). Length and width of the SR-25MC are close to that of the iPhone 7
  • Squelch, ASQ (Auto Squelch), Scan functions (squelch or time), Microphone gain, RF power with high and low power (helpful when using an amplifier)
  • Hi-cut receive filter, Auto RF gain (You can turn this on or off), RF gain
  • EMG CH 9 and 19 (You can change these), Talkback, Noise blanker, Roger beep (5 different beeps to choose from)
  • Backlight color (red, green, blue, cyan, yellow, purple, and white), Dimmer (level 1 6), minus 5KHz function

Though it’s small, the SR-25MC will transmit 20 watts PEP on high power. A cast aluminum heatsink efficiently dissipates heat and makes for a very rugged chassis. Another benefit is this helps stabilize the circuit board and makes it virtually immune to vibration. The SR-25MC has a 7 color LCD display, and this makes the screen easy to read day or night. If the lights are too bright, a 6 level dimmer allows you to select the perfect amount of illumination. The microphone included with the SR-25MC sounds very nice and has up and down buttons that are using for adjusting many features & functions. In the function menu, you will find a surprising amount of features that the SR-25MC offers.

  • Item Weight: 1.73 pounds
  • Package Dimensions: 7.4 x 5.8 x 3.1 inches
  • Item model number: SR-25MC
  • Shipping Weight: 1.73 pounds
  • Date First Available: August 2, 2018