|Name||30-Mile 40 Channel CB Radio with Digital Tuner (1-Pack)||40-Channel Trucker's CB Radio||40-CB Channel 4 Mile Portable NOAA Soundtracker|
|Number of Channels||40||40||40|
|Features||No Additional Features||No Additional Features||Digital display|
|Electronics Included Components||DC Charger||DC Charger||DC Charger|
|View Product||View Product||View Product|
This CB radio is going to work with other radios using the Citizens Band channels. It is not a dual band radio.
The radio includes a charger and manual.
Hello, it doesn't look like HomeDepot has purchased this item from Midland in a while. You can still find this product available on the MidlandUSA website.
Brand new. Works really good.
No, the radio does not come with a supporting bracket.
The so called "digital tuner" is usually referred to as the radio's channel selection knob, that lets the radio's user select the "channel", or otherwise known as, the "the transmit and receive frequency" that (and upon) that the radio will operate on, when transmitting and receiving.
The answer is YES, to tune/match the antenna, to the transmission line, so most signal RF energy gets sent out.
Yes, but it will require either a 3 amp 12-14 volt DC power supply, or a 12v battery.
GEEZ. I've been running C.B. Radios since 1973. In the right conditions( REPEAT, RIGHT CONDITIONS), IT may be possible. However radio and antenna grounding, and available battery power to the unit, is a big plus. This is not to say the correct antenna placement for minimum SWR( STANDING WAVE RATIO), for optimal transmit and receive is needed. Now with all that said, I currently run a Cobra 29 LTD, peaked and tuned, with a connex board, A Predator 10K antenna, centered in the middle rear of my Suburban on a 4 mag. launch pad, with a 1.3 SWR, running a 250 watt linear, and the best HIWAY transmit and receive has been 22 miles, on Interstate 20 in East Texas, at 10 at night. This set up is considered illegal by the FCC. SSSOOOOO, The Extra Talk is either a built in linear, or you'll need PERFECT CONDITIONS AT ALL TIMES to talk 30 miles daily. I'm not saying it can't be done, and other hands on the road have better radios than I do, and they talk further. I'm No expert, JUST SAYING...…….