Network Radio: PNR Picks

Mobile / Base Radios

Anysecu M-9900 aka The King Shit (maybe... still gathering details...)

Specifications:

Frequency Band:

Global version:FDD-LTE:b1/2/3/4/5/7/8/28 TDD-LTE:B40 WCDMA:B1/2/5/8 GSM:850/900/1800/1 900MHz
America Version:FDD-LTE,B2/B4/B12 WCDMA:B2/B5

GPS:

GPS Positioning, Support A-GPS function

Frequency Range:

Tx/Rx:400-480mhz & 136-174mhz

Operating Systems

Linux
Spaceman's 2 cents:
I don't personally own this radio, and i'm not sure what to think about the Linux operating system. It's possible to run the windows version of Zello on there, so long as THIS SOLUTION works. At this time, I'm not sure it will or not. . One hell of a snazzy radio though. LOVE the fact that it's got VHF and UHF.
Questions:
Does it support Bluetooth??
Does it support Wi-Fi????
Expansion Slot????
On board camera??
Pros:
* Dual Band (UHF/VHF) and Network Radio
Cons:
* Linux...... (this means worse case, no Zello.... OR - if this solution works, it just means you can only run the windows version of Zello.

Telo M5

Specifications:

Frequency Band:

Global version:GSM: B2 / B3 / B5 / B8WCDMA: B1 / B2 / B5 / B8TD-SCDMA: B34 / B39FDD-LTE: B1 / B3 / B5 / B7 / B8 / B20 / B28TDD-LTE: B38 / B39 / B40 / B41America Version:GSM: B2 / B5WCDMA: B1 / B2 / B4 / B5 / B19FDD-LTE: B1 / B2 / B4 / B5 / B7 / B12 / B17 / B19 / B28

Wifi:

IEEE802.11a/b/g/n(2.4G)

Bluetooth:

BT v4.0 with BLE/ BT2.1+EDR(Enhanced Data Rate)

GPS:

GPS/GLONASS/AGPS

CPU:

MTK6737M

Memory:

RAM+ROM: 1GB+8GB

Display:

4.0” IPS Touch Screen

Camera

2MP Front Camera

Speaker

Output: 2.0W

USB Ports

USB2.0

Interface

RJ45

Sensors

G-Sensor & Acceleration Sensor, Gyroscope, Compass

Operating Systems

Android 7.0

Working Temperature

-20o C ~ 80o C

Storage Temperature

-30o C ~ 90o C
Spaceman's 2 cents:
I don't personally own this radio, but I have to say, it looks to have a slight edge on the N60 because of it's sleek design and on board camera. I may have gotten this one just because of that if it were out when I made my purchase.
Pros:
* It's probably the best mobile network radio out there (as of 11/1/2019)
Cons:
* Android 7
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Anysecu W2 N60

Specifications:

Frequency Band:

EU version :TDD-LTE: Band38/40/41FDD-LTE: Band1/3/5/7/8/20WCDMA: Band 1/2/5/8GSM/GPRS/EDGE: Band2/3/5/8
US version :FDD-LTE:Band1/2/4/5/7/12/13/17/28a/28bWCDMA: Band 1/2/4/5GSM/GPRS/EDGE: Band2/5

Android system

Android 7.0

CPU

MT6572V/X,Dual core1.0G

RAM+ROM

1GB+8GB

Input Power

10-24V

Dimension

170*80*85mm

Weight

380g

LTE Power Output

3 (0.25W)

GSM/GPRS Power Output

EGSM900: 4 (2W)DCS1800: 1 (1W)

EDGE Power Output

DGSM900: E2 (0.5W)DCS1800: E1 (0.4W)

CDMA 1X Power Output

3 (0.25W)

UMTS Power Output

WCDMA: 3 (0.25W)EVDO: 3 (0.25W)TD-SCDMA: 2 (0.25W)
Spaceman's 2 cents:
I actually have this radio. I've yet to get a sim card for it, but I do piggy back off of my verizon cell phone hot spot via WiFi, and it works great on the road..It also boots up pretty fast.
I also have Pluto TV on it as well as Netflix if I ever need to catch the news, weather, or watch a movie on the road. Great thing is Zello can be set to run in the background so if I hear some activity, I can quickly reply if I need to.
DON'T ACCIDENTALLY BUY THE OLD VERSION. The old version looks IDENTICAL with the exception of the mic. The mic's buttons light up orange on the old version. While that part might appeal to some people, the old radio had Android 4, only supported 3G, and had a much slower processor..
Note: if you really like the old mic, you can order one and it will work with the new radio.
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Inrico TM-7 Plus

4G/WiFi Mobile Network Radio

  • Supports WiFi & Bluetooth
  • Precise navigation and positioning
  • Military quality

Specs:

Screen TP display

IPS2.45” 240×432

GPS

Yes

Input Power

12-24V

Speaker

3558 Watts 4W

BT,WIFI

Yes

USB

Micro 5pin data cable

Media player

Support MP3/MP4

Hand microphone

Yes(Optional full keyboard Mic)

External Camera

Optional;external camera

External Speaker

Yes

Dimension(Standard battery,without antenna)

H*W*D:188×58×68(mm)
Spaceman's 2 cents:
This was the first 4g Network Radio released by Inrico. I've also seen it under the Radio-Tone name. It's been around for over a year, but it's still worth mentioning as it's still a great little "radio".
Pros:
Great sound all the way around! The mic will give YOU a great sound to others, and the speaker provides a nice loud clean sound. It cuts through any road noise you may have.

Cons:
* Android 7* VERY small screen. You'll need a stylus when you're setting this thing up!