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    Default Re: Kirisun PT260 Licence-Free UHF Portable Radios

    Hi, yes I'm sure the dual bands are available, but if they are approved by ICASA, that's another story. I've heard from suppliers that they are not approved in SA. I wanted to purchase a dual band so I can do pretty much everything on one radio, but I was told that ICASA will not approve (at least not the licensed frequency part). ICASA wont know about license free operation and I don't think they really care either, but for the L/F part, I think they might give you some hassles.

    Ok, so are you saying that VHF also have a license-free frequency band which is legal in SA? It's not only on the UHF band?

    What about my comment on applying for an ICASA license? Is it possible for individuals?
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    Default Re: Kirisun PT260 Licence-Free UHF Portable Radios

    Quote Originally Posted by Jakkie75 View Post
    Hi, yes I'm sure the dual bands are available, but if they are approved by ICASA, that's another story. I've heard from suppliers that they are not approved in SA. I wanted to purchase a dual band so I can do pretty much everything on one radio, but I was told that ICASA will not approve (at least not the licensed frequency part). ICASA wont know about license free operation and I don't think they really care either, but for the L/F part, I think they might give you some hassles.

    Ok, so are you saying that VHF also have a license-free frequency band which is legal in SA? It's not only on the UHF band?

    What about my comment on applying for an ICASA license? Is it possible for individuals?
    NO, I am saying there is an ICASA approved dual band. That's what I said.

    No I am not saying there is a license free VHF frequency band.
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    Default Re: Kirisun PT260 Licence-Free UHF Portable Radios

    Hi, yes I'm sure the dual bands are available, but if they are approved by ICASA, that's another story.
    As per Fluffy, there are ICASA approved dual band radios available from RTS. (www.rtsradio.co.za).

    What about my comment on applying for an ICASA license? Is it possible for individuals?
    For the 3 off-road frequencies you can get a forum license.
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    Default Re: Kirisun PT260 Licence-Free UHF Portable Radios

    Thanks for the update guys. I will check it out...

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    Default Re: Kirisun PT260 Licence-Free UHF Portable Radios

    Dirk,
    Are you referring to the "RTS DV-3140UV Vratvark 2.0" radio? Looks ok, but brand-wise, is it any good?
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    Default Re: Kirisun PT260 Licence-Free UHF Portable Radios

    Does anyone have a list of the 16 default frequencies of the PT260, please?

    Needing to set them up on my UV-5R.

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