A Radio That Can Take The Plunge
The Motorola MS350R two-way radio is the high performance, ultra durable waterproof radio perfect for the serious outdoor enthusiast. The MS350R 2 way radio offers great power, providing up to 35 miles of range in ideal conditions. With 22 + 8 repeater channels and 121 privacy codes, you will have the communication flexibility you need. The MS350 waterproof radio is equipped with a headset jack connector. This two-way radio is designed using meticulous engineering, the radio floats when it falls into the water. The MS350R two-way radio also features Quiet Talk filter, 11 weather channels (7 NOAA) with alert feature, and hands-free iVox functionality. For quiet adventures or when ringing is intrusive, the VibraCall feature can be enabled to silently alert users to incoming transmissions. Other features include LED flashlight, and Push-to-Talk (PTT) power boost. 10 different call alerts lets you know who is on the calling unit. When you get your preferences set just hit the keypad lock so they won’t inadvertently get changed. A built-in LED flashlight is a great emergency feature you will surely use. The Family Radio Service (FRS) is a private, two-way, very short-distance voice and data communications service for facilitating family and group activities. The most common use for FRS channels is short-distance, two-way voice communications using small hand-held radios that are similar to walkie-talkies. FRS is licensed by rule. This means an individual license is not required to operate an FRS radio provide you comply with the rules. You may operate an FRS radio regardless of your age, and for personal or for business use if you are not a representative of a foreign government. There are 14 FRS channels. Each channel has a bandwidth of 12.5 kHz. Seven of the channels (Channels 1-7) are shared with the GMRS, so you may hear communications from GMRS station on these channels. The other seven channels (Channels 9-14) are “FRS-only” channels. If you operate a radio that has been approved under the GMRS rules, you must have a GMRS license. GMRS transmitters generally transmit at higher power levels than is allowed in the FRS and may have detachable antennas. (Note that some dual-service radios transmit with higher power on FRS channels 1 through 7; these radios can be used without a license only on FRS channels 8 through 14.)
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