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blackbelter

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Our area in ham band has switched to DMR, thus I am looking to purchase a good DMR /Fusion capable radio...Any suggestions?
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Our area in ham band has switched to DMR, thus I am looking to purchase a good DMR /Fusion capable radio...Any suggestions?
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System Fusion® is proprietary to Yaesu so you're not going to see it in a radio with a competing mode. Yaesu would rather see DMR die and everyone move over to Fusion.
 

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Yaesu released the full spec to System Fusion on their web site with no mention of it being proprietary. I think the word you may be looking for is "exclusive" or "single-sourced".
 

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Although they have a checkered past, Radioddity has a new offering in the form of a dual band DMR handheld. Initial reports have been encouraging, and the price with cable and software is $86.99. Buy it today with their 5th anniversary code and it drops 15% to just over $73.00. Go to the Radioddity.com sight for more info.
 

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Although they have a checkered past, Radioddity has a new offering in the form of a dual band DMR handheld. Initial reports have been encouraging, and the price with cable and software is $86.99. Buy it today with their 5th anniversary code and it drops 15% to just over $73.00. Go to the Radioddity.com sight for more info.
I just bought one yesterday..what radio has a similar codeplug/software layout that I can open software side by side with the 77s software and create one ? Can't seem to find one for the Virginia area , radio is too new
 

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Although they have a checkered past, Radioddity has a new offering in the form of a dual band DMR handheld. Initial reports have been encouraging, and the price with cable and software is $86.99. Buy it today with their 5th anniversary code and it drops 15% to just over $73.00. Go to the Radioddity.com sight for more info.
I suggest buying this radio from a seller in your country. If you buy from China, & you must return the radio, it will cost a fortune to send the radio back to China.
 

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I suggest buying this radio from a seller in your country. If you buy from China, & you must return the radio, it will cost a fortune to send the radio back to China.
Got mine from radiooditty US, shipped from US

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