Stryker SR-94HPC 10-Meter HAM Radio
- Compact, 45-Watt HAM Radio
- Full-Color Display
- Loads of modern radio features
A modern 10-meter HAM radio for your modern rig, the Stryker SR94HCP checks all the boxes. Small enough to mount in any vehicle, the radio boasts 45-watts of RF power and has a beautiful full-color, customizable display that shows the information you want to see. There are too many features to list, but a frequency counter, channel scanning, dual watch, SWR meter, multiple noise filters, High/Low RF Power and a time-out function are just a few.
*All 10-Meter radios are covered only by a manufacturer's warranty. All sales for 10-meter products are final and returns are not accepted.
|Model / SKU:||SR94HPC|
|Amateur radio operators looking for a modern and powerful HAM radio that will fit in a small cab vehicle or for a low-profile installation.|
|Radio Features:||Full-Color TFT display with dimmer, Backlit keys, Scan & Dual channel watch, Frequency display, Digital S-Meter, Automatic SWR Meter, Roger Beep, Instant channel 9 & 19, Noise Blanker & Hi-Cut filters, Time-Out Timer function|
|Compatible with:||Compatible with all CB antennas on the market. Cable connection utilizes standard CB PL-259 connection. Radio mounts with "U" mounting bracket to any flat surface.|
|4.8" W x 5.8" L x 1.4" H|
|To download / view the manual click here.|
- 45 Watt AM PEP 10 meter transceiver
- Full Color TFT display with dimmer
- Backlit keys
- Channel Scanning & Dual channel watch
- Frequency Display
- Automatic SWR Meter
- Digital S-Meter display
- Roger Beep
- Instant Channel 9 & 19
- Noise Blanker & Hi-Cut filters
- Time-Out Timer function
Future updates include an optional CTCSS Board & Bluetooth connectivity with accessories (not included)
Full function radio. best of both worlds takes some hands on use once you get all the functions the best radio for the money anywhere
I have had a chance to play around with the radio and it works well. I'm surprised how well it sounds and it's easy to use. I haven't gotten one yet but if you're into serious programming I would recommend getting the cable for it and if you use alot of repeaters or need the CTCSS end it's optional so check on that if you're needing that installed doesn't look hard but there a few small capacitors that need to be removed..but I l9ve the size and functionality of it seems well built and great if you don't have the room for something large.
Such a great radio with the ability of a much more expensive brand at a fraction of the cost. The compact size fits perfectly in my Wrangler JL.