Tag - gmrs

February 2024 – GMRS-PRO App and Firmware Updates

Hey everyone, we've got some fantastic updates for all you GMRS-PRO aficionados out there! Both our iOS and Android apps have received some cool upgrades, and there's a hefty firmware update for the GMRS-PRO radio itself that you won't want to miss. So, let's dive right in and see what's new and how it's going to make your GMRS-PRO experience even better. A Note on Privacy In today's world, privacy is key. That's why with these app updates, we're giving you more...


Harnessing the Power of Community with BTECH GMRS Programmer’s Networking Groups

Enhance Your GMRS Communications with BTECH's Latest Networking Groups Feature Welcome to the comprehensive guide on utilizing the newly introduced Networking Groups in the BTECH GMRS Programmer app. With the rollout of this innovative feature, you can now effortlessly connect with GMRS users nationwide or create a bespoke communication hub for your personal network. Let's explore how you can maximize your use of this powerful tool. Step 1: Personalize Your Profile for Tailored Interactions Begin by personalizing your user experience within the app....


Step-by-Step Guide to Getting Your 10-Year GMRS License: Easy Application Process Explained

Welcome to the definitive guide on how to acquire a GMRS (General Mobile Radio Service) license. This comprehensive, easy-to-follow manual is designed to streamline your licensing process, making it straightforward and hassle-free. Whether you're a radio enthusiast, a communication professional, or just starting, this guide will walk you through every step with clarity. Understanding GMRS: Your Gateway to Enhanced Communication Purpose and Use: GMRS is a versatile licensed radio service ideal for short-distance, two-way voice communications. Utilizing hand-held, mobile, and repeater radios,...


New Release – Nagoya NA-771G and Nagoya NA-701G

Wednesday, January 12, 2022 BTECH has announced today the release of the Nagoya NA-771G and the Nagoya NA-701G. These Nagoya GMRS antennas are based on their amateur antenna counterparts (the NA-771 and NA-701), however they are specifically tuned to GMRS (462MHz). This allows for the lowest SWR and highest antenna gain for GMRS users. Which antenna is best for you? The Nagoya NA-701G is based on one of Nagoya’s most popular antennas and because of it’s length (5.5 inches) it is a convenient...