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Retevis H777S Frequency’s ?

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mbnv992

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Anyone have any idea what the frequency’s are for this radio ? ( not the 777 but the 777S ). The website says it’s an FRS radio, and it transmits on frs frequency’s, but the 777s will not pick up the transmissions of my other frs radios ( although the “channel busy light comes on ). So they must all be on PL codes. So does anyone happen to know the exact frequency’s with the PL codes of these 777S radios ? Looks and can’t find that info anywhere.
 

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According to Retevis here are the default frequencies and CTCSS/DCS codes are:
A: Retevis RT46 and H-777S are both FRS.their default frequencies are the same.So they can work together when out of the box.here is the default frequencies
Frequency CTCSS
462.56250 67.0
462.58750 118.8
462.61250 127.3
462.63750 131.8
462.66250 136.5
462.62500 127.3
462.72500 136.5
462.68750 141.3
462.71250 146.2
462.55000 123.0
462.57500 D743I
462.60000 D332I
462.65000 D243I
462.67500 D606N
462.70000 D731I
462.72500 D462I
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The retevis H777S is a programmable radio that operates in the freq range of FRS channels 1-7 and 16-22, the fact that the antenna can't be removed and it's limited to 2w makes it eligible for FCC Certification as FRS however I do not know if these were actually certified.

It's very possible you will need to get the programming cable and CHRIP to program them on the FRS channels as they probably ship with test freqs. H777S 2W Portable FRS Radio

EDIT: @SteveSimpkin posted as I was typing, thanks sir.
 

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Thanks guys. Steve was correct.
Got these on amazon for $39 so we shall see how long these radios last. Not exactly expecting heaven and earth for $39 haha
 
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