MXT400 MicroMobile Two-Way GMRS Radio
- One of Midland's most powerful GMRS Radios
- 40 Watts of broadcasting power
- 15 GMRS Channels and 8 High-Powered Repeater Channels
The MicroMobile® MXT400 pushes 40 watts and will keep you connected while taking your range to the next level. This GMRS model is particularly useful on large pieces of land where your comm needs to travel far. Unlike other radios in the MicroMobile® family, the MXT400 does not include an antenna so you'll have to purchase one separately. We have some great options here. Whether you're on the radio or keeping in touch with rigs all across your working zone, the MTX400 will have you covered. Keep in mind that this radio does require a GMRS license for legal use.
|Model / SKU:||MXT400|
|Radio Features:||Full 40W radio, 8 repeater channels, 15 high-powered GMRS channels, 142 privacy codes, silent operation|
|Compatible with Midland FRS/GMRS walkie talkies|
|1.6" H x 5.5" W x 7.3" D|
|To download / view the manual please click here.|
With 40 Watts of broadcasting power, this radio is specially useful on massive, sprawling properties like farms and ranches. The MXT400 utilizes 15 GMRS channels and 8 high-powered repeater channels. For the best performance, use with an antenna and mount.
- Full 40W Radio
- 8 repeater channels for increased communication range
- 15 high power GMRS channels
- Radio Dimensions: 1.6" x 5.5" x 7.3"
- 142 privacy codes
- Silent Operation
- Channel Scan
- Programmable Squelch
- Keypad Lock
- Monitor Mode
- Keystroke Tones
- Digital Volume Control
- Backlit Display
- Compatible with all Midland FRS/GMRS radios
- *Antenna and antenna mount not included
- GMRS License Required
Split tones and extra channel programming is easy with the software (free on midland website) and the cable (also on midland website).
Lack of split tone operation means this mobile is almost useless for GMRS repeater work. A lot of GMRS repeaters have different tones for the uplink and downlink. Pretty expensive for lacking a basic feature. This means in my area it's only good for simplex, around 1-3 miles based on my experience.
Superior to CB. Handheld GMRS radio with “rubber ducky” antenna (inside the house) picked up transmissions from this radio at 10 miles away in heavily wooded / hilly area. I am able to hit a repeater in Milwaukee, WI from MI. I am using a Laird 1/2 wave NGP UHF antenna. Great radio.
Great radio, installation went as planned, very clear transmission, good volume. Quality product!