The BF-F9 V2+ is the next level of ham radio, improving on the top of the line UV-5R V2+ model with the new addition of Tri-Power functionality: This includes unsurpassed transmission power of 8 watts, as the most impressive Baofeng ever made to date. The BF-F9 V2+ has an expanded frequency range like the UV-82, and a new chipset with noise-reduction features that block out noises caused by signal intensity changes along with tail tone elimination when transmitting or receiving signals between 50Hz-55Hz. The BF-F9 V2+’s tri-color display makes for easy reading on the bright LCD, and this radio can be programmed with or without a PC to work on private repeater systems. The most powerful, versatile Baofeng, it has transmitting power selectable up to 8 watts. It is fully backward compatible with all UV-5R accessories.Amcrest Direct (Amcrest Industries) is the authorized US Baofeng exclusive distributor of the BF-F9 V2+. Amcrest offers US based warranty service out of our office in Houston, TX, (no shipping to China). You must ensure that Amcrest Direct (FirstVision) is your selected buying option to claim the US warranty.
Tri-Power Low / Medium / High Settings (1/4/5 Watts). Frequency Range: 65-108MHz (FM Receive only),145-155MHZ and 400-520MHZ (TX/RX). 25KHz/12.5KHz Switchable (Wide /Narrow) Band.
VOX and OFFSET Functions, Dual Standby /Dual Watch, A/B band independent operation, Transmitter Time-Out Timer (TOT), Busy Channel Lock-Out (BCLO), and Many More Functions Available.
High Quality, Bright LCD Screen with Tri-Color Display for Easy Reading, Durable Exterior Casing, and Advanced Noise Reduction Capabilities. Full Backwards Compatibility with All UV-5R Accessories. Helpful Programming Guides Available at Baofengradio.us.
WARNING: Operating a radio on one of the following restricted frequencies without a license or authorization by the FCC can result in a variety of enforcement actions, including seizure of equipment, fines and other criminal penalties: 136 MHz – 137 MHz (Aviation Services, Part 87); 137 MHz – 138 MHz (Satellite Communications, Part 25); 138 MHz – 144 MHz (not available to any FCC licensee – Federal use only); 156.7625 MHz – 157.0375 MHz (Maritime Services, Part 80 and Aviation Services, Part