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How can I sell digital portable radio in mexico?

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alina_li

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Hello, I want to sell digital portable radio in mexico and brazil, can you tell me what should I do before?
Our radio includes these frequency range: 30~88KHz, 136~174KHz, 330~520KHz
Key Function: 1. display GPS location and teammates in radio screen 2. use as repeater 3.take photo and tranfer through radio frequency
Quality: IP67, IC, FCC, MIL-STD-810G

What other certifications I need to do? And if I want to sell it to police, I must do what?

Really need your help, thank you.
 

pinballwiz86

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Hello, you might want to check out Mexico and Brazil's version of the FCC for your answer.

3. take photo and transfer through radio frequency

Hmm..yes. Could you post a link to where I might buy this digital radio that can send pictures. I'd very much like to try it out on the 2 meter amateur bands. Private message me if you have two demo models you can send. Thanks.
 

robertmac

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Those are awfully low frequencies. I didn't know police used such low frequency radios. Before you sell anything, check the frequencies.
 

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I don't think you should bring to Mexico you might get a red flag by the airport and then they they can take them away from you and then I think you go to jail
 

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Hello, I want to sell digital portable radio in mexico and brazil, can you tell me what should I do before?

Our radio includes these frequency range: 30~88KHz, 136~174KHz, 330~520KHz

Key Function: 1. display GPS location and teammates in radio screen 2. use as repeater 3.take photo and tranfer through radio frequency

Quality: IP67, IC, FCC, MIL-STD-810G



What other certifications I need to do? And if I want to sell it to police, I must do what?



Really need your help, thank you.


A hobby forum is probably not the place to be asking these questions to.


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alina_li

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Hello, you might want to check out Mexico and Brazil's version of the FCC for your answer.



Hmm..yes. Could you post a link to where I might buy this digital radio that can send pictures. I'd very much like to try it out on the 2 meter amateur bands. Private message me if you have two demo models you can send. Thanks.

I am very sorry that I can‘t find the function to send private message to you. And I can't post product link here because it will make the thread to be a spam.
Can you send message to my skype(alina_lii)or through email(sales@comart.com.cn)
Thank you.
 

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Alina, please disregard Jake's advice. I don't think he understands that you are a manufacturer and are looking to sell your product in Mexico.

RadioReference is mainly a site for hobbiests and is not the best place to be asking advice on importing and selling radios in foreign countries. You will need to contact somebody in Mexico who is familiar with their certification and import process.
 
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