AnyTone AT-D878UV

$ 219.99

"I recently purchased the AnyTone AT-D878UV and I love it! I started with a much less expensive DMR radio, but it lacked many of the features on the 878, such as APRS transmit and GPS. The 878 is easy to program with BridgeCom's CPS program, and contains a sizeable memory for channels as well as the DMR contact list. For someone starting out in the world of digital radio, the AnyTone 878UV is a great investment!" - Paul Robinson

The AnyTone AT-D878UV offers:

  • Dual band and Dual mode operation on 144Mhz and 70cm bands with Analog and DMR capability so you can have one radio for everything
  • 4,000 memory channels so you never have to worry about running out of channel space
  • Up to 200,000 digital contacts so you can keep adding contacts as you please
  • FREE step-by-step Beginner to Expert training course (BridgeCom University) that walks you through the entire experience, answering core questions like, “What is DMR and how do I operate on it?” and “How do I program and use my new radio?”
  • Dedicated support team available for questions about your 878UV so that you'll always know how to use your radio.


Customer Reviews

Based on 49 reviews
Charles Mackenzie
Couldn’t have a better HT

Programmed and working, thanks for a great unit.
I couldn’t ask for anything better.
Took a while for me to understand the programming. Bridgecom made the process enjoyable.
Keep up the good work.
KI5LDO 73s

John T
Great Customer Service

Haven’t used the radio yet, since
I’ve got to get a Windows based computer, but their customer service and shipping are fantastic . I talked with Cody 3 different times asking questions, before I purchased the radio, and he was very helpful.

John Edwards

Very pleased thus far. Still learning how to operate.

Daniel Montgomery
The finest

The finest HT that I have ever had in my hands.

MJ Jordan
Nice Digital But Lacking On Analog

Nice digital radio and many YouTube videos to help get up and running on the Digital Voice side. However, there is a lack of info on the analog side since there are a ton of analog repeaters out there today. My club nets are on analog repeaters and there is little help on this end. Overall a very nice radio.