TYT TH-9000D 220 50 Watt Mobile Transceiver Narrow Band ready
Rugged! Reliable! and Affordable!
Frequency Range: 245-245.9875MHz (220-260MHz)
Output Power: VHF: 10W/25W/50W
CTCSS / DCS setting & scanning
0-9 SQL grade setting
High/Mid/Low power selectable
Repeater offset shift
Keypad lock function
Battery voltage display
DTMF /2 tone/5 tone
Remote kill/ stun/ activate/ revive
Wide/Narrow band setting
Busy Channel Lock-Out
Channel name editing
Scrambler(Optional) subject to license
Auto Power off
VFO step setting:2.5/5/6.25/10/12.5/20/25/50kHz
|Operating Temperature||-20℃ ~ + 60℃|
|Operating Voltage||13.8V DC ± 15%|
|Dimension(HxWxD)||145mm x190mm x47mm|
|Reference Sensitivity||0.25V / 0.35V|
|Operating Bandwidth||60dB@12.5KHz /70dB@25KHz|
|Adjacent Channel Selectivity||60dB@12.5KHz 70dB@25KHz|
|Inter-modulation Rejection||≥60dB/ ≥65dB|
|Spurious Response Rejection||≥70dB|
|Rated Audio Response||+1-+3dB|
|Rated Audio Distortion||<5%|
|FM Hum&Noise||≥40dB@25KHz /≥45KHz @12.5KHz|
|Frequency Modulation||11kΦF3E / 16kΦF3E|
|FM Noise||≥36dB@25KHz /≥40KHz @12.5KHz|
|Adjacent Channel Power||≥60dB@12.5KHz /≥70KHz @25KHz|
Posted by Unknown on 11th May 2015
Have the original TYT-9000 220 radio and have been satisfied with it. Purchased the 9000D as a spare. Noticed while programming the 9000D that the volume control does not appear to be as responsive as the 9000 unit. Have to turn it about 2 o'clock to get the same volume as the old 9000 turned to 10 o'clock. Audio volume report on transmit was lower than the old rig as well. Haven't used the 9000D for an extended period of time yet, so we'll see.
Posted by Geoff S.131 on 28th Feb 2014
Radio is working just fine so far. Excellent value considering price & performance. Not 5 stars because manual needs a lot of improvement.
I'm rather excited about just discovering MTC & envision doing business w/you in the future!
Posted by Tim on 27th Jan 2014
First look the radio looks really well made.
The Mic feels a little cheap and hollow. But most new electronic mics do also.
First power up radio performed very well. 46 Watts out on Hi and .14 Microvolts will open the squelch with the squelch setting at 4 in the menu. On air audio reports were good on the local repeater also.
Throw the provided manual in the trash. It is about 50% WRONG. It must have been written for the UHF or the 2 Meter radio with apparently has different firmware.
Download the Free software from the TYT site and get a cable. The Alinco cable works just fine. That's what I have and used.
Likes... The multi color display, 50 watts out, great Rx sensitivity, nice easy to read display (better than the Alinco), good Rx audio, nice and loud and clean.
Dislikes..... Lack of a proper manual, and for some strange reason when you program the radio the display color reverts back to Blue every time. It's easy to change in the menu just an nuisance, Lack of labels on the 5 button on the front display. They are programmable with the software but have no labels except for numbers. No data port (packet etc.)
In all a good 220 MHz radio for the money.
I would buy another.
Posted by jerry on 25th Dec 2013
This is my 2nd TYT9000 220mhz radio. It gets great audio reports and has > than rated power output. Programming is a little picky but once you get the steps down and do what they mean instead of what the say in the manual it really isn't too bad. We only have 2 or 3 repeaters in the area on 220 and a few simplex frequencies so not a problem at all.
Sure I would change a few things but the operating options are amazing on this radio. Would purchase another one of these, especially if the price continues to drop.