What is the Roaming Feature on an AnyTone AT-D878UV DMR Radio?
Dave Wickert asks, "What is roaming? Is it useful? And when should I use it?" Watch the video or read below to find out.
Dave Wickert asks, "What is roaming? Is it useful? And when should I use it?" Roaming is a kind of a limited-use feature. Some people will need it. Some people won't. It is a commercial feature adapted to the amateur world. Basically what it's going to do is allow you ... Say you're driving in a city from the south side to the north side, and there's five repeaters along the way. If you have roaming on, the radio will change channels to the repeater that is the strongest and closest to you automatically as you move geographically towards the strongest repeaters. So that's what they'll do. Say you're sitting in your house with your radio and your hotspot, roaming is going to do nothing for you, because your radio doesn't need to change frequencies. It doesn't need to change channels, but you're going to stay on the same thing because you're not moving anywhere, and the signal's constant. So for some people, like say you travel around in the city and you want your radio to change automatically, it's going to be great for you. But for other people, like say with hotspots or people that primarily operate stationary, this isn't going to do much. So if you'd like to learn more about the AnyTone 878PLUS that has roaming capability, please check the link in the description below. Thanks guys, seven-three.
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