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What is the Difference Between AnyTone 868 and 878 PLUS Bluetooth?

What is the Difference Between AnyTone 868 and 878 PLUS Bluetooth?

Bill Carter asks, "What is the difference between the AnyTone 868 and 878 and what would the benefit be if you got an 878?" Well the main differences between the AnyTone 868 and the latest model, the AnyTone 878PLUS, is the AnyTone 878PLUS is going to one, have Bluetooth capability, it is going to have analog...
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What is the DVMEGA Digital Radio Hotspot?

What is the DVMEGA Digital Radio Hotspot?

Ed Boog asks, "Can you go over the hot spot on your desk? Can it be used in your car via a cell phone hot spot while traveling?" Absolutely. So this DVMEGA hotspot as you know, connects to your AnyTone radio and your WiFi connection, if 
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Are AnyTone DMR Radio Codeplugs Interchangeable?

Are AnyTone DMR Radio Codeplugs Interchangeable?

Mike Farkas asks, "Are code plugs from the AnyTone 878 and 868 interchangeable?" Yes, they are interchangeable. You just have to make sure that the codeplug from the 868 that you want to import has the same settings in terms...
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Can the AnyTone 878PLUS Bluetooth Connect to a Car?

Can the AnyTone 878PLUS Bluetooth Connect to a Car?

N1UFO asks, "How well does the Bluetooth work in the Anytone 878PLUS? Does it connect to your vehicle's Bluetooth?" Yes, it connects to your vehicle's Bluetooth and works perfectly fine. If you'd like to learn more about the Anytone
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Is the AnyTone 878 a Good First Ham Radio?

Is the AnyTone 878 a Good First Ham Radio?

Dennis Malcolm asks, "Is the AnyTone 878 a good first ham radio?" The answer is absolutely yes. The AnyTone 878 is going to have all the features you could ever need. It's fairly easy to program for a DMR radio. It's going to be more...
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Are Antennas Important for DMR Handhelds?

Are Antennas Important for DMR Handhelds?

A customer asks, "How important are antennas for DMR radios?" They are extremely important. They are the backbone of any good radio. Almost arguably better than the output power for some applications. The factory antennas that 
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