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Anytone AT-D578III PLUS V3! DMR FM GPS APRS

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Anytone AT-D578UV III PLUS V3! DMR 

This latest version 3 is sold exclusively to DXCANADA as the only autorized distributor for Canada.

Features of the Anytone AT-D578UVIII-PLUS V3 include support for Analog APRS transmit and receive. Larger internal memory allowing you to store up to 500,000 DMR contacts. Tri-Band VHF/UHF with 220mhz and airband receive.

 

 

Bluetooth New Bluetooth feature compatible with many newer car entertainment systems and Bluetooth devices. It cannot be guaranteed that it will work with all of these devices. Anytone will continue improving the Bluetooth function to allow more device and car models in the future. No timeframe for these future Bluetooth updates is available.
Roaming New Built-in Roaming Feature
APRS (GPS) DMR-APRS Tx/Rx and Analog APRS Tx/Rx, (GPS)
Additional Memory Larger (2G) Memory for Future Enhancements
Aircraft Receive 108-136 MHz "AM" Aircraft Receive Feature
TFT Display Background Display and Font Colors are User changeable
Digital Monitor Monitor One or Two Timeslots
Zone Select User Selectable Zones from Keypad 
Auto RX Mode Receiver Auto Selects to incoming Digital or Analog Signal
GPS Built-in GPS feature
Memory Channels 4,000 channels
DMR Talk Groups 10,000
Digital Contacts 500,000 (complete worldwide database from DMR-MARC)
Power Levels VHF (144-148 MHz): 50/25/10/1 Watts, 220 (222-225 MHz) 5/1 Watts, UHF (440-450 MHz): 45/25/10/1 Watts
Zones 250 zones, up to 250 channels per zone.
Display 1.77 inch color TFT Screen with selectable dual channel or single channel display
Bandwidth 12.5 / 25.0 kHz Analog, and 12.5 kHz DMR
Import/Export Enhanced CPS allows direct input and export of channels, digital IDs and talkgroups
Amateur Radio Ideal for Amateur Radio DMR networks and analog frequencies. Software importable worldwide amateur contact database.
DMR Compatibility Supports both Tier I and Tier II operation, making it compatible with DMR repeaters that utilize two-slot TDMA technology
Amateur Radio Also operational on amateur radio DMR networks and analog frequencies. Software importable worldwide amateur contact database.

Cross-band Repeat

Built-in Cross-band repeat function

Programmable 

FCC 47CFR90.203 requires the keypad locked in the shipping configuration. Software keypad unlocking and re-programming are available with the included USB Programming Cable.
Speaker Connection Single and Dual Speaker output
Quiet Tones CTCSS/DCS tone squelch with split tone and custom tone capability
Frequency Range 136-174 MHz Rx, 144-148 MHz Tx / 400-480 MHz Rx, 440-450 MHz Tx / 222-225 MHz Rx/Tx / 108-136 MHz Rx
Package Includes Tri-band VHF/UHF Mobile Radio, Mounting Bracket, Microphone w/ keypad, Bluetooth PTT button and charging cable, free USB Programming cable and downloadable software, 6 ft fused DC power cable, user manual.
Certifications Amateur FCC Part 97 Certified, FCC ID: T4K-D578UV

 

 

1 Year manufacture AnyTone warranty, customer covers the shipping cost,

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  • 4
    578 plus

    Posted by Kevin Larsen on 2023 Aug 15th

    I love this radio with 1 exception. First the good… It is quite an easy radio to learn. All the functions can be controlled with the microphone except volume. I find the mic easier to navigate the settings than the actual controls on the radio itself. I use this radio commercially and when I am at a site and have to take the repeater off the air, I can set the radio up to cross band vhf traffic out onto uhf to keep repeater traffic flowing through the 578. The AM receive is awesome. I deal a lot with helicopters and being able to listen to Air to Air traffic is very handy. My only complaint is the LCD display. It is too small and would be nice if they built it with a larger display. I have ordered the Bluetooth mic which may rectify this complaint. I have played with the DMR aspects of this radio but I didn’t purchase it for its digital capabilities. This is an added bonus as I do have a DMR Ham repeater operating locally and this radio works fine when I talk thru it. All in all, this radio is my go-to radio now in my service truck. It is a perfect match for what I need in a radio. I wish I could have bought it years ago!!

  • 5
    Anytone 578 III

    Posted by Orlando Penner on 2022 Nov 6th

    I just put this radio in my truck. I bought it for the DMR capability but it might get quite complicated to program all the digital channels I’d need for covering most of Canada and the USA. But I actually love it for analog. I can program repeaters by state, or group the simplex frequencies using zones. The mic has most of the radio controls on it which is convenient. So far I love the radio.

  • 5
    Great radio

    Posted by Keith Baribeau on 2022 Oct 14th

    Good features. Lots of memory space plus full APRS for both analog and digital. And yes even Bluetooth.

  • 4
    Satisfait

    Posted by Gérard on 2022 May 1st

    Pas de commentaires

  • 5
    Quick delivery

    Posted by Rassie Erasmus on 2022 Feb 1st

    I am in South Africa and a friend will bring the radio but it was delivered on time with him in Calgary.

  • 5
    Great radio

    Posted by Don Silver on 2022 Jan 3rd

    Great radio, great service, AAAA+++++. Thks Slavko, 73.

  • 5
    LOVE THE RADIO

    Posted by hughie salmon on 2021 Nov 23rd

    GOING TO KEEP BUYING MORE FOR ALL THE HAM GUYS THEY LOVE THIS RADIO

  • 5
    THE BEST

    Posted by HUEY on 2021 Nov 22nd

    THANK YOU SO MUCH LOVE THE RADIO AND WILL THE OTHER HAM GUYZ

  • 3
    Keeps rebooting on scan

    Posted by Don on 2021 Nov 1st

    When I set the radio to scan a zone, it reboots every few hours, I submitted a ticket but did not get any reply... The radio has lots of great features and would be the best DMR on the market if it was supported and actually put out the power advertised... Because it keeps rebooting in scan mode, and no support and about 10% lower power than advertised I give it a 3... If it did not reboot, and I got a reply when submitting a ticket and if it produced 50W I would give it a 10 out of 5 if I could...