The Radioddity GD-77 Dual Band & Dual Time Slot radio offers the newest upgraded software and firmware. A new VFO and contact ID is expanded up to 1000.
The scan list now holds 64 frequencies, and the channel list now holds 31. The usual DMR ID Database and a fix for the lost Zones bug. A newly upgraded RX audio receiver that delivers a higher quality sound.
The GD-77 DMR two way radio includes both Tier I & II, and is compatible with Motorola and other DMR radios. The body is now 30% longer than other DMR HT’s, but still fits comfortably in the hand.
- FCC ID: 2AN62-GD77
- CE ID: AGC10624170902ES01
- 2200 mAh Larger Capacity Li-Ion Battery
- USB Port Charger or Wall charger
For USB port chargers, please note that the USB port and charger adapter can only work with a radio requiring 12V input.
This radio comes equipped with a large capacity 2200 mAh Li-ion Battery. Up to 18 hours working time, and 48 hours of standby time. It delivers a quality feel in the hand – and is solid but not too heavy. It has crystal clear audio and it’s easy to program.
There are more operations Available via Keypad including the channel name, a TX and RX frequency channel, a display or hidden frequency, and a channel number.
All these can be modified through the keypad of GD-77. You can program one of the side or top keys to change zones. This makes for faster changes while operating.
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The Radioddity GD-77 Dual Band Radio
The size delivers a comfortable fit in the hand. It has really good audio on both analog and DMR. The RX audio is just as good.
The programming software can be a little tricky, but I had DMR experience and figured it out easily. Since this was purchased by my cousin, he says there has been some output power loss after updating. I have updated this radio twice, and have not experienced it, so I feel there may have been some user errors behind some of it.
Finding one on the used market may be your best bet, the newer GD-88 is available now. If you can spend twice as much, than I highly recommend the Anytone 878. It is the clearest DMR radio I have heard to date.