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Inrico T368

Inrico T368 – UHF & 4G This is a network radio with UHF DMR 400-470 MHz. 3 Devices in one: Mobile Phone, Network Radio and UHF DMR Transceiver!

This Android two way radio can switch freely between digital radio and PoC radio. Owning a 2.4″ HD display and touch screen, the multi-mode walkie talkie T368 is a reliable and easy-to-operate radio.

HIGH CAPACITY BATTERY The built-in long-life battery of 6000mAh with energy-saving mode can work over 21 hours at the duty cycle of 5/5/90. At PoC mode, the Android walkie-talkie’s standby time is 45 hours, and at DMR mode, the talk time is 15 hours.


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Frequency: DMR UHF 400-470 MHz
EU version
GSM: B2/B3/B5/B8 WCDMA: B1/B2/B5/B8 TDD-LTE: B38/B39/B40/B41 FDD-LTE: B1/B3/B5/B7/B8/B20/B28a/B28b
US version
GSM: B2/B5 WCDMA: B1/B2/B4/B5 FDD-LTE: B1/B2/B4/B5/B7/B12/B13/B17/B28a/B28b
Maximum Transmission Power
UMTS2100/1900/850/900: Power Class 3 (+24dBm +1/-3dBm) GSM/GPRS900MHz: Power Class 4 (+33dBm ±2dBm) GSM/GPRS 1800MHz: Power Class 1 (+30dBm ±2dBm) EDGE 900MHz: Power Class E2 (+27dBm ±3dBm) EDGE 1800MHz: Power Class E2 (+26dBm -4/+3dBm LTE B38/B39/B40/B41:Power Class 3(+23dBm±2dBm) LTE B1 B3 B5 B7 B8 B20 28A 28B:Power Class 3(+23dBm±2dBm)
Receive Sensitivity
WCDMA2100 : ≤-107dBm WCDMA1900/850/900 : ≤-105dBm GSM850/900/1800/1900 : ≤-102dBm LTE B1/B3: ≤-97dBm LTE B38/B39/B40/B41 :≤-93dBm LTE B5 B7 B8 B20 28A 28B:≤-94dBm
Operating Band: 2.4G & 5G Standards:IEEE 802.11/b/g/n
Version: BT v4.0 with BLE Operation Distance: (Max) 10 meter
MTK6739, 1.2GHz
TF Card
Support, up to 32G
SIM card slot
Standard SIM card +NANO SIM card, TF card
USB ports
Micro USB 2.0
G + F touch screen
Front Camera:2.0MP,Rear Camera:13.0MP
Ø36mm speaker,8Ω 2W
Dual Microphone, Noise reduction
6000 mAh
Communication Times
Standby Times
Operation System
Android 7.0
Dimension (H*W*D)
140X64X35mm(Without Antenna & Belt clip)
Working Temperature
-5°C ~ 55°C
Storage Temperature
-40°C ~ 80°C
Protection Level
1.2 Meters


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Boxchip S700A Analog/DMR Video Review

We are happy to announce a full video review of the Boxchip S700A – A DMR/Analog hybrid transceiver, with Android OS and capable of 4G/LTE. Available in VHF and UHF versions.

This video review features the UHF model.

You will love this radio and we prepared a discount for you. If you use promo code HRCDMR upon checkout you will have an extra discount and free shipping, no matter where you live.

Video by HamRadioConcepts

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How to program the Boxchip S700A DMR frequencies

1. Preparation

1.1 Requirements

Please make sure your Boxchip S700A has enough battery capacity at first.
1 piece of Type-C USB cable and a computer with Windows 7 or above is necessary. The .Net Framework version should be not lower than 4.0.
Install the BPS installation package to anywhere you want.

1.2 Enable USB Debugging

We need enable USB Debugging in your device due to BPS read and write customization files via USB. We can enable it follow these steps:
a) Power on device;
b) Select “Settings->About Phone”;
c) Click “Builder number” 3 times quickly and you will see a tip;
d) Go back “Settings”, there is a “Developer options” menu item above “About phone”;
e) Select “Developer options” and turn “On” it;
f) Pull down till “USB Debugging” and enable it;
g) Connect device with computer by Type-C USB cable. You may see a fingerprint confirm for first time, check and agree it.

1.3 Clear Old Version Customization

Open device from “My Computer” in desktop, CUT the old version customization files if there are – the old version customization files should be in path “S700A\Internal Storage\CONTACTLIST.xls” and “S700A\Internal Storage\ PTT_CHANNEL_LIST_DATA.xls”, you can store these 2 files to computer disk.

1.4 Install New Version APK

Copy “DMR_V014_sign.apk” to “S700A\Internal Storage\” and install it, then we can program device.

2. Programming

2.1 Select A Device

Generally, BPS will detect and select a device automatically when you opening as below screenshot. But please be noted that BPS doesn’t support multi-devices now.

Solution for BPS doesn’t detect a device, you maybe not need try every step:
a) Make sure “USB Debugging” is enabled;
b) Plug-pull USB cable several time;
c) Restart your device;
d) Restart your computer;
e) Install “” in your computer;
f) Finally copy “adb_usb.ini” to “C:\Users\Your Name\.android\”.

2.2 Read Customization

Click the green button to read customization from device, you will see “Model Number” and “Serial Number” is filled as below.
For first time you may get a read error due to there is no new customization in device, try write it then

read will be OK.

2.3 Write Customization

Customize all of parameters, then click the red button to write customization into your device.

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How to configure the Boxchip S700A Boxchip for DMR operation

This quick guide will explain how to program the DMR frequencies into the Boxchip S700A

First, please read “S700A DMR User Manual” to know how to set a DMR frequency.

Then, input the correct information into PTT Channel list & contact list excel sheets according to the user manual,

Finally, import these 2 sheets to your radio.

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Zello on the Inrico T192 screenless radio

Exciting news for network radio enthusiasts! Inrico launched the T192, an improved version of the T199.
Although I am a big fan of the T199 I have to admit the T192 was a good move.

I will start with the design. The shape is rectangular, reminding the popular Motorola radios. I always found the T199 too small, reminding me a walkie-talkie for kids. The T192 is heavier, thicker, and above all, is IP54, unlike the T199.

To give extra security, the battery has its own locker (I doubt you could accidentally remove the battery even without using the secondary locker). These small details make the T192 a really rugged radio!

The audio, as usual can be set to a real high volume, while maintaining a crisp-full speech sound. I am sure this radio will be a top seller.

As you probably know, these radios are built for professional use and run services like PTT4U. So they don’t want the users to mess up with the settings and installing unwanted apps. With such, on the T192, Inrico removed the USB socket so a “normal” user would not make any changes to the configuration.

The USB is still there, although it’s hidden. You must attach a small 5-pin adapter (included with the programming cable) and make all the configurations to the radio, using TotalControl software.

All network settings must be done via the mic/earphone sockets, using the programming cable. You will need this Software and the UART drivers to use it.

Since V4.14, Zello is 100% compatible with the T192. You can change volume, use the PTT button and select channels using the dial knob. You just need to follow the configuration steps released by Zello.

Where to purchase the T192?

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