Lot of 2x PMR FRS Mini Walkie Talkie BF-T3 Baofeng Two Way Radio
- Generous range up to 1.5km
- Great sound quality
- Find an open channel fast with auto channel scan
- Cool LCD backlit display
- Built-in mini LED torch with blue LED
- 8 or 22 Channels
- VOX voice
- Auto channel scan
- Battery save
- Low battery alert
- Keypad lock
- Talk confirmation tone
Mini Walkie Talkie Specifications
- Max transmission distance: 1.5km
- Channels: 8 or 22
- Privacy codes: 38
- Call tones: 10
- Power supply: 4 x AAA batteries per radio (Not Included)
- Product dimensions: (H)14cm x (L)5.5cm x (D)3.5cm (5.5 x 2.2 x 1.4 inches)
- Package weight: 221g
- Color: Black/ Pink/ Blue/ Yellow/ Green
What is a mini walkie-talkie?
A walkie-talkie, more formally known as a handheld transceiver (HT), is a hand-held, portable, two-way radio transceiver. Its development during the Second World War has been variously credited to Donald Hings, radio engineer Alfred J. Gross, Henryk Magnuski and engineering teams at Motorola.
First used for infantry, similar designs were created for field artillery and tank units, and after the war, walkie-talkies spread to public safety and eventually commercial and jobsite work.
Typical Mini Walkie Talkie resemble a telephone handset, with a speaker built into one end and a microphone in the other (in some devices the speaker also is used as the microphone) and an antenna mounted on the top of the unit.
They are held up to the face to talk. A walkie-talkie is a half-duplex communication device. Multiple walkie-talkies use a single radio channel, and only one radio on the channel can transmit at a time, although any number can listen.
The transceiver is normally in receive mode; when the user wants to talk they must press a “push-to-talk” (PTT) button that turns off the receiver and turns on the transmitter. Smaller versions of this device are also very popular among young children.