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Cell Phones WITH 2m/ transceivers built in?

DeepBlue said:

Check the Ulefone Armor 3T, Prueba Blackview BV Pro and DooGee S
Yes, these are MHz single banders but that's fine with me. There are others that are 2m capable as well. What's actually interesting is looking at the setup videos on the Ulefone Armor 3T, it's DMR and analog!

Folks might want to take a look around again. There are more options now that are available than some might think. Those 3 units keep popping up in my searches. Check the specs too. The Ulefone is running Android Also, it's 2 watts output. Not terrible, plus it has a Sony 21megapixel rear camera.

Also, not working with Verizon is not a deal breaker. If I can get on with a prepaid system someplace that's fine, or another carrier. It's about time for me to give Verizon the boot anyway. Carrier isn't terribly important these days for me. I don't travel a lot and preplan if I do.

S.

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I have been eyeing up the Ulefone Armor 3T.

The DMR might be enough for some people using an amateur radio hotspot.

As far as Verizon bands go,
VerizonCDMA , PCS2, 4, 5, 13*, 66

The Ulefone 3T does show Bands 2, 4, 5 and I would have to read up a bit more on the Band 66 to see if it it simply a sub-set of Band 4?

I am still looking for more reviews of the Ulefone Armor 3T.

I looked earlier this holiday weekend and some place was selling the Ulefone Armor 3T for $

I suppose if I were to buy it, I would want to buy it from a place with a good return policy, just in case it DIDN'T work out for me.

I have also been thinking that eventually I will want to get a smartphone with dual SIM capability. Being able to get on BOTH AT&T AND Verizon could be very helpful in some of the remote places I get to when out ATVing, horseback riding, etc. I know that one, or more, Apple iPhone models WILL do dual SIM, one physical and one e-SIM. It doesn't look like any/many Androids meant for use in the United Stateshave dual SIM capability that will work on BOTH AT&T and Verizon.

I would also add that getting a universal, unlocked smartphone, that will work on multiple cell phone carriers, just makes a LOT of sense to me. Right now I do the "poor man's dual carrier smartphone." I carry a Samsung Galaxy S9 On Total Wireless (Verizon MVNO) and, if I am "traveling" keep the AT&T Unite Explore (Netgear ACS) in my pocket with the $20 per month unlimited data plan. That way, if I can't get through using Verizon or AT&T, I am probably in a "communications challenged" location!

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ARRL

A band plan refers to a voluntary division of a band to avoid interference between incompatible modes.

Resources

and - meter bands

General, Advanced and Amateur Extra class licensees are authorized to use these Amateur Bands

Amateurs wishing to operate on either 2, or meters must first register with the Utilities Technology Council online at https://utc.org/plc-database-amateur-notification-process/. You need only register once for each band.

– 1 W EIRP maximum

- KHz:5 W EIRP maximum, except in Alaska within miles of Russia where the power limit is 1 W EIRP.

Meters ( MHz)

- CW
- Digital Modes
CW QRP
SSB, SSTV and other wideband modes
SSB QRP
- Experimental
- Beacons

80 Meters ( MHz)

RTTY/Data DX
RTTY/Data
DX window
SSTV
AM calling frequency

60 Meters (5 MHz channels)

*Only one signal at a time is permitted on any channel

*Maximum effective radiated output is W PEP

USB phone1 and CW/RTTY/data2
USB phone1 and CW/RTTY/data2
USB phone1 and CW/RTTY/data2
USB phone1 and CW/RTTY/data2
USB phone1 and CW/RTTY/data2

1. USB is limited to kHz

2. CW and digital emissions must be centered kHz above the channel frequencies indicated in the above chart

40 Meters ( MHz)

RTTY/Data DX
RTTY/Data
SSTV
AM calling frequency

30 Meters ( MHz)

RTTY
Packet

20 Meters ( MHz)

RTTY
Packet
NCDXF Beacons
Packet
SSTV
AM calling frequency

17 Meters ( MHz)

RTTY
Packet

15 Meters ( MHz)

RTTY/Data
SSTV

12 Meters ( MHz)

RTTY
Packet

10 Meters ( MHz)

CW
RTTY
CW
Beacons
Phone
SSTV
AM
Satellite Uplinks or Downlinks
Repeater Inputs
FM Simplex
Repeater Outputs

6 Meters ( MHz)

CW, beacons
beacon subband
SSB, CW
DX window
SSB calling
All modes
Nonvoice communications
Digital (packet) calling
Radio remote control (kHz channels)
Pacific DX window
Repeater inputs (19 channels)
Digital repeater inputs

Simplex (six channels)

Repeater outputs (19 channels)
Digital repeater outputs
Repeater inputs (except as noted; 23 channels)
, FM simplex
TEST PAIR (input)
Repeater output (except as noted; 23 channels)
Primary FM simplex
Secondary FM simplex
TEST PAIR (output)
Repeater inputs (except as noted; 19 channels)
Remote base FM simplex
Simplex
, , , Radio remote control
Repeater outputs (except as noted; 19 channels)
, , , Radio remote control
, Simplex

2 Meters ( MHz)

EME (CW)
General CW and weak signals
EME and weak-signal SSB
National calling frequency
General SSB operation
Propagation beacons
New OSCAR subband
Linear translator inputs
FM repeater inputs
Weak signal and FM simplex (,03,05,07,09 are widely used for packet)
Linear translator outputs
FM repeater outputs
Miscellaneous and experimental modes
OSCAR subband
Repeater inputs
Simplex
National Simplex Calling Frequency
Repeater outputs
Repeater outputs
Simplex
Repeater inputs

Notes: The frequency MHz is used in some areas as a repeater input. This band plan has been proposed by the ARRL VHF-UHF Advisory Committee.

Meters ( MHz)

Weak-signal modes
EME
Propagation beacons
SSB & CW calling frequency
Weak-signal CW & SSB
Local coordinator's option; weak signal, ACSB, repeater inputs, control
FM repeater inputs only
FM simplex
Digital, packet
Links, control
Local coordinator's option; FM simplex, packet, repeater outputs
Repeater outputs only

Note: The MHz band plan was adopted by the ARRL Board of Directors in July

70 Centimeters ( MHz)

ATV repeater or simplex with MHz video carrier control links and experimental
ATV simplex with MHz video carrier frequency
EME (Earth-Moon-Earth)
Weak-signal CW
cm calling frequency
Mixed-mode and weak-signal work
Propagation beacons
Mixed-mode and weak-signal work
Auxiliary/repeater links
Satellite only (internationally)
ATV repeater input with MHz video carrier frequency and repeater links
Repeater inputs and outputs (local option)
Shared by auxiliary and control links, repeaters and simplex (local option)
National simplex frequency
Repeater inputs and outputs (local option)


33 Centimeters ( MHz)

FrequencyRange

Mode

Functional Use

Comments

FM/other including DV OrCW/SSB

Repeaterinputs 25 MHzsplit pairedwith those in orWeaksignal

kHzchannel spacing Note 2)

CW/SSB

Weak signal

CW/SSB

Weak signal calling

Regional option

CW/SSB

Weak signal

FM/other including DV

Repeaterinputs 25 MHzsplit pairedwith those in

kHzchannel spacing

CW/SSB

Beacons andweak signal

CW/SSB

Weak signal calling

Regional option

CW/SSB

Weak signal

Mixedmodes

Mixed operations including control links

Analog/digital

Broadbandmultimediaincluding ATV,DATV and SS

Notes 3)4)

Analog/digital

Broadbandmultimedia including ATV,DATV and SS

Notes 3)4)

Analog/digital

Broadbandmultimediaincluding ATV,DATV and SS

Notes 3)4)

FM/other including DV

Repeateroutputs 25 MHzsplit pairedwith those in

kHzchannel spacing

FM/other including DV

Simplex

FM/otherincluding DV

Repeateroutputs 25 MHzsplitpairedwith those in

kHzchannelspacingNotes 5)6)

Notes:
1)Significantregional variations in both currentband utilization andthe intensityand frequencydistribution ofnoise sourcesprecludeone plan thatis suitable forall parts ofthe country. These variationswill requiremanyregional frequencycoordinatorstomaintain band plansthatdifferinsome respectsfromany national plan. Aswithall band plans, locallycoordinated plans always take precedence over anygeneral recommendations such as a national band plan.

2)Maybe used foreitherrepeaterinputs orweak-signal as regional needs dictate

3)Division into channels and/orseparation ofuseswithin these segmentsmaybe done regionallybased on needs and usage,such asfor2 MHz-wide digital TV.

4) These segments mayalso be designated regionallyto accommodatealternative repeater splits.

5)SimplexFMcalling frequency orregionallyselected alternative.

6)Additional FMsimplexfrequencies maybe designated regionally.

23 Centimeters ( MHz)

Frequency Range

SuggestedEmissionTypes

FunctionalUse

ATV

ATVChannel#1

FM,digital

Point-to-pointlinkspairedwith

Digital

ATV

ATVChannel#2

FM,digital

Point-to-pointlinkspairedwith

FMATV

Regionaloption

Various

Satelliteuplinks,Experimental,SimplexATV

FM,digital

Repeaterinputs,25 kHzchannelspacing,pairedwith

FM,digital

Repeaterinputs,25 kHzchannelspacing,pairedwith(Regionaloption)

ATV

ATVChannel#3

FM,digital

Repeateroutputs,25 kHzchannelspacing,paired with

Various

BroadbandExperimental,SimplexATV

FM,digital

Repeateroutputs,25 kHzchannelspacing,paired with(Regionaloption)

FM

FMsimplex

FM

NationalFMsimplexcallingfrequency

NarrowBandSegment

Various

NarrowBandImage,Experimental

CW,SSB,digital

EME

CW,SSB

WeakSignal

CW,SSB

CW,SSBcallingfrequency

CW,digital

Beacons

Various

GeneralNarrowBand

Digital

Note: Theneed toavoid harmful interferencetoFAAradarsmaylimitamateur useof certainfrequenciesinthevicinityoftheradars.


13 Centimeters ( and MHz)

FrequencyRange

Emission
Bandwidth

Functional Use

MHz                   

 Analog& Digital, includingfull duplex;pairedwith  

<50kHz

Analog& Digital; pairedwith

SSB,CW,digital weak-signal

3kHzorless

WeakSignal EME Band

3kHzorless

 SSB,CW,digital weak-signal(Note1)

3kHzorless

Beacons

6kHzorless

SSB,CW,digital weak-signal &NBFM

<50kHz

Analog& Digital; pairedwith

MHz

Analog& Digital, pairedwith (Note 2)

NON-AMATEUR

MHz

Analog& Digital, includingfull duplex;pairedwith

<50kHz

Analog& Digital; pairedwith

Experimental

<50kHz

Analog& Digital; pairedwith -

MHz

Analog& Digital, includingfull duplex;pairedwith

6kHzorless

AmateurSatellite Communications

22 MHzmax.

Broadband Modes (Notes3,4)

Notes:
is theNationalWeak-SignalCallingFrequency
2: isallocatedonaprimary basis toWirelessCommunicationsServices (Part 27).Amateur operations in this segment,whichare secondary, maynotbepossiblein allareas.
3: Broadbandsegmentmaybeusedforanycombination ofhigh-speeddata(e.g. protocols),AmateurTelevision andother high-bandwidth activities. Divisioninto channels and/or separation ofuses withinthis segmentmaybedoneregionallybasedon needs and usage.
4: is theJapanese EMEtransmitfrequency


Note:
The following band plans were adopted by the ARRL Board of Directors in

MHz

Level I - Major Band DivisionsLevel II - Sub-Band DivisionsLevel IIISuggestedSuggested
Frequency Range (MHz)Frequency Range (MHz)Specific Freq.Emission TypesEmission B.W.
FromToWidthFromToWidthMHz(Note 1)(Note 1)Functional Use
Analog & Digital, including Full Duplex - MHzAnalog & Digital; paired with ; MHz Split
Experimental
Analog & Digital, including Full Duplex> MHzAnalog & Digital; paired with ; MHz Split
Experimental
RADIO ASTRONOMY PROTECTED BAND (Note 4)
Analog & Digital, including Full Duplex - MHzAnalog & Digital; paired with ; MHz Split
RADIO ASTRONOMY PROTECTED BAND (Note 4)
Analog & Digital, including Full Duplex - MHzAnalog & Digital; paired with ; MHz Split
Experimental
Analog & Digital, including Full Duplex50 kHz or lessAnalog & Digital; paired with
OFDM, others22 MHz max.Broadband Modes (Note 3)
ATVAmateur Television of all authorized modulation standards/formats at local option
CW, SSB, NBFM6 kHz or lessAmateur Satellite Communications
CW, SSB, Digital3 kHz or lessWeak Signal EME Band
CW, SSB, Digital3 kHz or lessTerrestrial Weak Signal Band - Future (Note 2)
CW, SSB, DigitalEME Calling Frequency
Analog & Digital, including Full Duplex> MHzAnalog & Digital; paired with ; MHz Split
Analog & Digital, including Full Duplex - MHzAnalog & Digital; paired with ; MHz Split
Analog & Digital, including Full Duplex - MHzAnalog & Digital; paired with ; MHz Split
Experimental
Analog & Digital, including Full Duplex - MHzAnalog & Digital; paired with ; MHz Split
kHz or lessCrossband linear translator (input or output)
CW, SSB, NBFM, Digital6 kHz or lessTerrestrial Weak Signal Band - Legacy (Note 2)
6 kHz or lessWeak Signal Terrestrial Calling Frequency
CW, Digital1 kHz or lessPropagation Beacons
Analog & Digital, including Full Duplex50 kHz or lessAnalog & Digital; paired with ; MHz Split
OFDM, others22 MHz max.Broadband Modes (Note 3)
ATVAmateur Television of all authorized modulation standards/formats at local option

9 cm Band Plan Notes

Note 1 – Includes all other emission modes authorized in the 9 cm amateur band whose necessary bandwidth does not exceed the suggested bandwidths listed.

Note 2 – Weak Signal Terrestrial legacy users are encouraged to move to to MHz as time and resources permit.

Note 3 – Broadband segments may be used for any combination of high-speed data (e.g. protocols), Amateur Television and other high-bandwidth activities.  Division into channels and/or separation of uses within these segments may be done regionally based on need and usage.

Note 4 – Per ITU RR from WRC, these band segments are also used for Radio Astronomy.Amateur use of these frequencies should be first coordinated with the National Science Foundation ([email protected]).

5 Centimeters ( MHz)

FrequencyRange

Emission
Bandwidth

Functional Use

Amateur Satellite; Up-Link Only

- MHz

Experimental

 >= MHz

Analog & Digital; paired with MHz (Note 2)

>= 25 kHz and <1 MHz

Analog & Digital; paired with MHz

<= 50 kHz

Analog & Digital; paired with MHz

< 6 kHz

SSB, CW, Digital Weak-Signal

< 3kHz

EME

< 6 KHz

SSB, CW, Digital Weak-Signal (Note 1)

< 3 KHz

Beacons

< 6 KHz

SSB, CW, Digital Weak-Signal

<=50kHz

Experimental

>= kHz

Experimental

Experimental

 

 >=25 kHz and <1 MHz

Analog& Digital; paired with MHz

<=50 kHz

Analog & Digital; paired with MHz

MHz

Experimental

Amateur Satellite; Down-Link Only
>= MHzAnalog & Digital; paired with MHz (Note 2)

Note 1: is the National Weak-Signal Calling Frequency

Note 2: Broadband segment may be used for any combination of high-speed data (eg: protocols), Amateur Television and other high-bandwidth activities. Division into channels and/or separation of uses within this segment may be done regionally based on needs and usage.


3 Centimeters ( MHz )

FrequencyRange

Emission
Bandwidth

Functional Use

- Experimental
<= kHzAnalog & Digital; paired with
>=25 kHz and <1 MHzAnalog & Digital; paired with
<=50 kHzAnalog & Digital; paired with
Experimental
<=50 kHzAnalog & Digital; paired with
>=1 MHzAnalog & Digital; paired with (Note 2)
Wideband Gunnplexers
<= kHzAnalog & Digital; paired with
>=25 kHz and <1 MHzAnalog & Digital; paired with
<=50 kHzAnalog & Digital; paired with
6 kHz or lessSSB, CW, Digital Weak-Signal & NBFM (Note 1
6 kHz or lessBeacons
6 kHz or lessSSB, CW, Digital Weak-Signal & NBFM
<=50 kHzAnalog & Digital; paired with
>=1 MHzAnalog & Digital; paired with (Note 2)
Space, Earth & Telecommand Stations

Note 1:  is the National Weak-Signal Calling Frequency

Note 2: Broadband segment may be used for any combination of high-speed data (eg: protocols), Amateur Television and other high-bandwidth activities. Division into channels and/or separation of uses within this segment may be done regionally based on needs and usage.

Above GHz*

All modes and licensees (except Novices) are authorized Amateur Bands above GHz.

* US amateurs must check Sections , , and for sharing requirements before operating.

Sours: http://www.arrl.org/band-plan

440 2 radio meter

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Sours: https://www.yaesu.com/
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