AT-D868UV UHF and VHF radios are here! AnyTone issued a press release some months ago, and we all became very interested in getting our hands on one of those radios. I now have my hands on it – the new VHF and UHF dual band DMR and Analog radios. It was easy to program as there is a Programming Guide available with the radio. It offers 10,000 Contacts, and 2,000 Digital channels, and 2,000 Analog channels. This should cover any use in the world we can foresee. There are 4 power settings for the TX, and offers an astonishing 6 Watts of power. The top line on the display shows a red “T” inside a square = Top power level. The radio is very simple to use. The screen tells you what is happening – one of the pictures show that I am talking to a repeater and that my signal is accepted. If the repeater is busy I see that on the display as a blue “RX”. The display can show two channels simultaneously, and it can be a Digital channel and an Analog channel which I listen to at the same time. Many great features, and a price below $200.00 I expect. The FCC approval remains to be completed before it can hit the US market.