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Are there any Bluetooth capable rigs?

Discussion in 'Ham Radio Discussions' started by W4ZD, Dec 18, 2019.

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  1. WC8L

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    Here in West Virginia the law specifically exempts licensed Ham radio operators from the hands free requirement.
     
  2. K0UO

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    That's great in West Virginia
    But many states have not done that.
    However even if I'm driving in West Virginia and have the option, I will go hands-free. Now we need the manufacturers to make more Bluetooth wireless capable equipment.
     
  3. K5ATA

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    I know the AnyTone 878UV has bluetooth capability... granted, it is an HT, but it is there. I did a video recently on how to hook it all up.
     
  4. N5AF

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  5. K5ATA

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  6. AD0HT

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    ic-705 has it. Don't know when it comes out for sale.
     
  7. W4EAE

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    D878UVPlus has Bluetooth, but capability is limited. PTT is only available through a button that ships with the radio.

    Yaesu's Bluetooth implementation is limited to audio, and good luck finding a non-Yaesu headset that works with it.

    Icom's optional Bluetooth board that you can add to the ID-4100 can supply audio to one device, and allow you to control the radio with an Android / iPhone. The ID-5100 has similar Bluetooth features as well, but does not play well with iPhone on the rig control side.
     
  8. KN4CQB

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    buddy has a 2M rig in his truck. Not sure of the brand but he talks to it through his bluetooth interface. Has a PPT button.
     
  9. WZ7U

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    Here ya go. On the BT wagon long before us.
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    Knock yourself out.
     
  10. KH8AC

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    Be careful. Everybody announcing and promoting BLUETOOTH enabled.

    Then find out all it is is a BLUETOOTH receiver.


    If I were smart maybe I could figure it out. CCrane 2E Radio now a BLUETOOTH version. My car radios BLUETOOTH, etc. etc. They don't transmit anything...just receivers....

    Just a consumer car radio nice to listen to it at a small distance away ? Change frequencies ? nope
     

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