Special Offer - BCH-220 + Free 320A Antenna

$ 110.00

Special Offer: BCH-220 + Free Genuine Nagoya 320A ($25 in additional value)

Included In Package:

  • BCH-220 Handheld Radio
  • Genuine Nagoya 320A Tri-Band Antenna

The BCH-220 Handheld Radio for 1.25m 220 MHz amateur ham radio. Are you tired of having just enough power to use your 220 radio simplex? Then the 5W BCH-220 is just what you need in a 1.25m.

The BCH-220 is small, durable, light weight and has excellent battery life. You can easily adjust the power from 5 watts down to 2 watts. It has 199 programmable channels to store all your favorites and it sounds great too. The BCH-220 fits nicely in the palm of your hand and has a bright easy to read LCD display. Make your next handheld radio a BCH-220!

The BCH-220 includes a Battery, Antenna, Belt Clip, Charger Base and Wall Plug. Download programming software for Free (Note: Alpha Numeric programming in software only). Programming cable sold separate. Other accessories available. 

  • Full 5 Watts on 1.25m, or low power 2 Watts
  • 219-260 MHz Rx and 222.0-224.995 MHz Tx
  • 199 Channels
  • LCD Display
  • DTMF Keypad
  • K1 Speaker Mic Programming Port
  • FREE Programming Software: Download from Support
  • 1 Year Warranty

Included with the BCH-220: Desktop Charger and Wall Plug, Belt Clip, Wrist Strap, Instruction Manual

Receive Hard to Hear Signals and Transmit Further with a Genuine Nagoya Antenna

Certified Original Nagoya Antenna NA-320A is 17.7 inches long.
May Require a Rubber spacer (included) and has an extended antenna cover to protect your radio SMA male base from the elements. 

  • Frequency Range: 136-174MHz, 220-225MHz, 400-520MHz.
  • Gain: 2.15dBi
  • Max power: 10 Watts
  • VSWR : Less 1.5:1
  • Impedance: 50 OHM
  • Connector: SMA-F
  • Length: 17.7 inches
  • Impedance: 50 OHM
  • RoHS Compliant

Nagoya antennas will increase your radio's transmitting gain as compared to the stock antenna.
In most cases: the longer the antenna, the better antenna is capable of boosting weak frequencies and receiving difficult to hear stations.