i did the search, and only came up with one thread, about part 90... i did not ask anything about part 90 being this is the Amateur Radio Equipment forum, For general and technical discussion of Amateur Radio transceivers, repeaters and receivers.If you do a search on RR there is a lengthy thread on this radio. I suspect that these radios are not FCC approved even though the brochure says they are.
(donning flame suit)
Maybe. The front panels are different. The Alinco DR-135/235/435 line has mic connector to left of display, volume and tuning knobs to the right of the display, and a row of six buttons below the display. The chassis castings look similar, though, with the circular rib around the speaker.looks alot like an Alinco DR-435.
But the FCC ID is Like I said, hinky. And why I owuld personally look at something else first unless these could be had for a fraction of the price of brand name, then you could just treat them as throw away. If they work fine, last long time, then good, if they only last a year before you are looking for someone to repair it then so be it.Token
If you look at the FCC grant, the radio that is being marketed is not the same as pictured in the FCC documents.
I don't know why but that made me laugh heartily!The guy in the OP's pic has seen things, man.
Terrible, unspeakable, wide-eyed things.
That was my first thought too. Random stock photo?And the guy in the picture is using a Motorola mic...