75 Watt Dual Band Mobile Radio Test/Review Luiton LT-598uv

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  1. KJ4YZI

    KJ4YZI Ham Member QRZ Page

    Checking out the Luiton LT-598UV 75 watt dual band mobile, Purchased through Amazon. Link is in the description of the video. This video comes by request, which I do not do often.

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    Last edited: Jul 14, 2017
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  2. N4DME

    N4DME Ham Member QRZ Page

    i would love to know how the hell do you program these radio s ? chirp does not work with it
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  3. KA9JLM

    KA9JLM Ham Member QRZ Page

    You do not need a computer to program them.

    Chirp has us all spoiled. o_O
  4. KD5OM

    KD5OM Ham Member QRZ Page

    In my day we programmed our radios with quartz crystals.
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  5. IT9EYV

    IT9EYV Ham Member QRZ Page

    I have this radio. Very little nice but give not 75 watt only 25w. I connected it with my pc for configuration in few minutes I filled all memory channel.
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  6. IT9EYV

    IT9EYV Ham Member QRZ Page

    [​IMG] sorry i thougt this one was a qyt kt 8900d. My radio is qyt kt 8900d
  7. W4DJS

    W4DJS Ham Member QRZ Page

    It looks like a winner with the data plug flush mounted on the front. I bought the QYT KT-7900D and had a problem programing, it was plug I was using was to fat for the hole in the back. It would talk to the radio but not put it into programing mode. I cut back 3/8'' of the m0lded plastic, it now goes all the way in and Chirp works great. If the computer does not recognize your cable roll back the driver, Google it for the right one.
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  8. K3LI

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  9. K1FBI

    K1FBI Premium Subscriber QRZ Page

    "Not too long by request"
    You should keep them short more often.
  10. N9BMV

    N9BMV Ham Member QRZ Page

    this looks like its also basically a qyt KT-UV980 plus.. i wonder if it would perform similarly

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