Retevis RT91 easily to amplify your radio

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  1. BH6PJL

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    Retevis RT91 is a portable, lightweight, wide coverage RF power amplifier for handheld radio equipment and is equally capable of amplifying both analog and digital signals.

    Hope you like the review.
     
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  2. BH6PJL

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  3. K4NBC

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    This would been great if it works for anytone and other radio brands as well,, but just for retrevis.... maybe someone test it on Anytone radios
     
  4. KM4KGN

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    It's a rebranded Boafeng amp....

    It will work with Anytone, Baofeng and any other radio that uses the Kenwood type mic/speaker connector ...it's just a rebranded Baofeng amp.

    https://baofengtech.com/amp-v25
     
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  5. K4NBC

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    Thanks for the information I will check it out..
     
  6. KY5U

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    3, Support the Handheld Radio.

    Our Amplifier RT91 will also work with any handheld radio that outputs 2W–6W. Please check the frequency range before buying this Amplifier, if your radio with the UHF range, please choose UHF. Otherwise, choose the VHF.
     
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  7. AA1PR

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    cheap enough, but who wants a cluster F&^% having to attach cables etc

    it would be easier to drag your hotspot along
     
  8. KY1K

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    Use your radio (ANY 2W-6W FM radio) like normal. Remove your dummy load, err I mean rubber duck antenna and attach coax with SMA connectors to radio and amp. Attach a good antenna using coax to the output of the amp. Enjoy 30+ Watts with minimal cluster F&^%
     
  9. KM6CND

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    Seems to be a 2m only amp. 5-10 watts is all we need in So Cal for any analog or C4FM repeater. Now if it could somehow operate wireless, that would get my attention.

    Off the top of my dead head:

    - A low power HT
    - amp connected to a base station radio
    - Base station radio receives TX and repeats it through the amp out to the world @ 40 watts.

    I already have a 65 watt 2m base station, I would really like that station to relay the weak signal from my HT (when I am outside in the yard, or running from the cops) and send it out of the base station at more than 5 watts. If this amp needs a hard wire and a Big-Ass battery...

    Is this too much to ask of the gods of Propagation?

    Am I still on the Turnip Truck?
     
  10. KM6CND

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    A twin VFO radio is on the wish list...
     

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