Well Hello DMR Fans, Rick here for DMRShack.com.
Last time, we took a look at the Wouxun KG-D901, today we are looking at the KG-UVN1.
The KG-UVN1 is the Dual Band Hand Held DMR Digital radio from Wouxun.
Lets start with a quick look at the highlights of the radio taken from the Wouxun website:
3072 Channels1024 Contacts255 Receiving Groups250 Zones16 Scan ListRadio IDRadio TX ContactsDual Band and Dual DisplayRadio Color CodeSupport Frequency ModeProgram KeyDigital Voice EncryptionEmergency AlarmVOX FunctionPriority ChannelScan TX Designated ChannelLow Battery Power OffOne Touch Access / Talk AroundRadio Program PasswordMenu Encryption or Menu HidePower Save ModeGroup ScanTail EliminationText MessageRadio Disable or EnableLone WorkARTS FunctionFlash LightCall AlertCTCSS Encoding and Decoding , Support Non StandardDigital Channel Recording , Continuous Record 8 HoursPlay Recording FileCustomized Radio InterfaceDTMF Encoding and DecodingTransmit Time-out AlertFM RadioFimware Upgradable…
The Wouxun KG-UVN1 now supports the DMR User Database. Hello DMR Fans, Rick here, KG7GUO for DmrShack.com. I have some very exciting news for you. Wouxun has updated the Firmware for the KG-UVN1 and the Programming Software, I am pleased to announce, the KG-UVN1 now supports the DMR User Database. It will now allow 160,000 DMR User Contacts, and 10,000 TX (Talk Group) contacts. This is an awesome update. To make this possible, they reduced the record time for recording call audio from 8 hours down to 2 hours, which is not a big deal, because how often do you need to record your calls anyway? I don't ever have a need to use this feature, but some may like it. This update pretty much makes the UVN1 my favorite radio of the radios I own. The import process is pretty simple and straight forward.
From the programming software, simply click on program and select Dmr Database.
DMR radio REAL radio? As
Digital Mobile Radios (DMR) gain in popularity, there are some that
question whether or not DMR radios are real. Most DMR radios offer
Digital and Analog (FM) for accessing your favorite local repeaters.
Radios like the Radioddity GD-77
offer VHF/UHF. So why does this question come up at all.