SainSmart MMDVM Hotspot WiFi Digital Voice Modem Kit with Raspberry Pi Zero W and 3.2 inch LCD

Brand: SainSmart 1 review SKU: 101-30-417 Variants ID: 32606352539727
  • Simple to Use: The firmware is pre-loaded and is easily upgraded via software. 
  • Application: SainSmart MMDVM Hotspot WiFi Modem kit enables the different modes of digital walkie talkie to communicate with each other, it supports DMR, P-25, D-Star and System Fusion.
  • Portable: The design conveniently fits inside any pocket so it’s always ready when you need it.
  • Powerful: SainSmart MMDVM kit helps you make worldwide contact from home even you live a place without an antenna.
  • Great Quality: It is made of Raspberry Pi zero board and MMDVM hotspot board. Buy with confidence.
$119.99 $134.99 Save $15.00
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FEATURES
  • High-performance 32-bit ARM processor
  • Fully assembled and tested
  • Supports DMR, P-25, D-Star and System Fusion
  • Onboard LCD to show status (Tx, Rx, PTT, Mode)
  • Up to 10mW RF power
  • SMA antenna connector,
  • Antenna included 
  • Mounts cleanly on all current Raspberry Pi( the Pi Zero included )
  • Support 5V MicroUSB Power input(1A)/OTG Function/wifi client mode(connect home wifi)
  • Open source 3D printable case available
  • Easy Configuration MMDVM in File in web
  • UHF 430-450 MHz, 433mhz and 900MHz, VHF 144 220 Opera FREQ (not main band).
WHAT'S IN THE PACKAGE
  • 1x MMDVM hotspot board
  • 1x Raspberry pi zero w
  • 1x 3.2-inch display
  • 1x 433Mhz antenna
  • 1x 16G TFT card (with PI-Star IMG) 
  • 1x Al case
  • 1x 433Mhz antenna
  • Some assembled screws
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AV
04/09/2020
Allen V.
United States United States
Like the large screen

Not easy to put the case together but an excellent value.

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