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高频对讲机和低频对讲机有什么区别啊?首先就是工作频率上的区别啊。这两个频段上都有一些区间是国家划分给公众和单位,企业使用的频率范围。所以对讲机的工作频段也就多集中在了400-470MHz和136-174MHz。通话距离上150MHz和400MHz的对讲机在城区里的话400MHz的对讲机通话距离要远一点,因为天线增益较150MHz的机器高。在山区的话150MHz的对讲机通话距离较远,因为有电波绕射的存在性。功能上讲的话两种对讲机都差不多的。发射机输出功率越强,发射信号的覆盖范围越大,通信距离也越远。但发射功率也不能过大,发射功率过大,不仅耗电,影响功放元件寿命,而且干扰性强,影响他人的通话效果,还会产生辐射污染。各国的无线电管理机构对通信设备的发射功率都有明确规定。什么是高频对讲机?高频的对讲机是一种工作在短波频率高端的对讲机,一般指频率为400-470的对讲机。  在日常对讲机的使用中,根据中国无线电管理委员会规定,对讲机频率一般做如下划分:1、专业对讲机:V段136-174MHZ,U段400-470MHZ;2、武警公安用:350MHZ;3、海岸用:220MHZ;4、业余用:433MHZ;5、集群用:800MHZ;6、手机:900/1800MHZ;7、公众对讲机:409-410MHZ。对讲机直呼台调高频还是低频好?直呼台是不是就是不要中继对讲机直接通话的意思?如果是在城里使用,高频信号穿透力强,所以一般选择高频段通话;如果是在旷野使用,低频信号绕行能力强,一般选择低频段通话。民用对讲机最大距离是多少?民用对讲机功率0.5-1W,通常通讯距离为1公里左右。但是这个也有很大出入。通讯距离与两者之间的环境条件,电磁干扰情况等有很大关系。例如,一台在高山上,一台在平地上,中间视线无任何障碍物,通讯距离要5公里以上。如果在偏僻的草原通讯距离也可以很远,如果在城市里,由于障碍物多,电磁干扰严重,通讯距离就很近了。普通民用,国产的就行,保安,消防,门卫什么的,输出功率5瓦足够,开阔地3公里。频点需要到无委会申报申请,批下来再去买相应频点的电台。如需要远距离通话,就需要建中继站,大概能覆盖直径30公里左右(平原,无高山阻挡。)无线电对讲机中继台?对讲机中继台是用来增大对讲机通讯距离的设备,当两台对讲机的距离超过了对讲机信号辐射范围时,对讲机将收不到有效信号,这时,就得用对讲机中继台。中继台的作用就是将收到的信号转发出去,完成信号之间的中继。对讲机中继台,又称中转台、转发台、差转台、IP中转台,是无线通讯系统不可缺少的重要设备。是在无线对讲系统中,用于增大通讯距离,扩展覆盖范围的设备,比如可以扩大车载台、手持对讲机的呼叫范围和通讯能力,大幅度提高您的工作效率。目前最常见热门中继台型号:摩托罗拉GR300摩托罗拉GR3188摩托罗拉GR3688摩托罗拉CDR700目前常见的品牌有:摩托罗拉(MOTOROLA)中继台/中转台健伍(KENWOOD)中继台/中转台威泰克斯(VERTEX STANDARD)中继台/中转台海能达(Hytera)中继台/中转台。外接天线及馈线就可组成完整的中继系统。买了对讲机,怎样才能在中继台上谈笑风生? 对于新HAM来说,第一种让我们觉得非常神奇的设备可能是中继台——好像全地区所有的火腿都在上面聊天!而只有等到了第一次和其他的HAM出去架设短波电台、或者是经常参加中继活动之后,中继台的光环才会慢慢褪去,回归到日常使用的工具作用中去。中继台里面到底有什么? 一台自制的中继台,你能看到里面塞了两台车台首先我们可以从它的表现中来看出一些端倪:中继台可以让很多原本不能通联的电台互相“通联”,出现在同一个频率上。这也是为什么其得名“中继台”的原因。一个架设位置良好的中继台能够听到上行频率上位于远处的信号,并将其再次发射在另一个频率(下行频率)上,使得所有守听着下行频率的朋友们都能够抄收到这个信号,而想要回复的朋友,则同样在上传频率上发射,这样通过中继台的转发,两个原本不能够互相通信的电台就能够完成一次通信了。 使用中继台一般来说非常容易,你所要做的只是确认当地的无线电中继的频率和参数,然后写入你的对讲机即可。我们刚刚拿到对讲机,开始自己的第一次通联的时候,我们只需要和朋友约定好一个频率即可。但如果你在使用对讲机的时候,还要输入频差和亚音。这些设定一般以这样的形式出现“439.750-588.5”,这个数据又是什么意思呢? 我们都知道在使用对讲机的时候两个人不能同时说话,电波在空中“打架”,谁的信号都听不清。使用中继台的时候也是一样,之不过对于中继台来说是“左腿绊右腿”式的干扰,大部分的中继台都会采用不同的频率以避免自己的发射对于自己的接收信号的干扰。而两个频率之差一般来说是固定的。对于430MHz段的话,一般来说频差是5MHz。而144MHz的话频差一般为0.6MHz。一台下行频率(即平常的守听频率)为439.750的中继台,其上行频率一般为434.750MHz。 调整频差的选项而亚音(88.5Hz)则是为了避免干扰,试想如果中继台对于上行频率上的信号无条件的转发,那么在下行频率上势必就会收到大量的无用信号。于是我们对中继台进行设定,使得其只转发信号中包含亚音频的无线电信号,我们在设定对讲机的时候也同时要设定亚音频。这样在使用中继台的时候,中继台就只转发那些包含亚音频,确定是要使用中继台的信号,而对其他的信号置之不理。很多朋友刚刚拿到对讲机,被老火腿提醒“你没上去中继!”,很多情况下都是中继台的亚音设定出了些问题。 亚音频的设定为了实现更大范围的覆盖,中继台一般都会架设在该地区内的制高点以获得尽可能远的无线电视界。而现在更有不少中继采用互联网或UV段链路的方式将很多中继台连接在一起,“一呼百应”。一个中继台上接收到你的信号,转发到多个中继台。 一个中继台机柜,下面的是双工器 很多中继台多采用同段转发,比如我们之前举的例子:439.750-5的中继台。为了使得这两个频率上的信号不互相干扰,中继台的天线系统要安装双工器以隔离两个离得非常近的信号,从而使得接收和发射能够使用同一根天线。而在管理上,中继台一般都能够使用DTMF信号(就是我们按下对讲机的按键时发射的音频)控制,从而实现远程控制的功能。 1988年我国首座业余无线电中继台通过电信网络与美国中继台网互联成功使业余手持对讲机从长城与美国和加拿大数以万计的业余电台实现对话如果你想要日常使用中继台,其实只要弄明白其参数设定即可。但是如果你对其有着更大的好奇心,那么小小的中继台里面也还包含有很多无线电知识等着你去发现呢!一边玩着无线电,一边快乐的学习吧!军用对讲机最远距离有几公里?军用对讲机(既然你问的是对讲机,顾名思义就是手持对讲机了,那么在这里我就不提及步兵背负式电台和车载的大铁牛了)军用对讲机从频率上来说,大致分为 VHF--UHF段(近程)、30-80兆HF段(中近程)至于每个频率段具体的机型就多了,咱不浪费时间介绍。 单兵、山地部队(或野战部队)一般使用VHF对讲机(具体功能不介绍,加密模块是标配)VHF段的频率在绕射能力和地波传播能力方面是很好的,但是其信号对建筑物的穿透力差!所以一般做为山地或野战单兵近程通讯使用,其通讯距离一般能保持在3-10公里左右 单兵、城市作战部队,一般使用UHF段,这个频率段的穿透能力很好,但是地波传播能力和绕射能力差于VHF,所以通常作为城市作战部队使用,其通讯距离城区和民用对讲机差不了多少2-3公里左右 指挥、单兵、山地、野战。最后这个是HF段,也就是30-80兆!这个频率段的对讲机相对比V/U段对讲机的列装数就少了很多了,毕竟适用的地区和部门不同。这个频率段要关注使用技巧了,也许对于大兵哥来说,关键时刻能呼叫到空中打击就可以了,并不在乎技巧云云的东西~~~这个频率段在传播好的时候一句话呼出几千公里很正常,传播差的时候也就十几公里,使用中,不计算技术与传播问题,其完整的话音信号可以在35公里以外清晰的听到。这就是HF的魅力!低于30兆的军用对讲机就没啦!(除非是定制的特种设备,咱真没玩过特种货!)用120W的数字短波单兵背负式电台,用斜拉天线都可以进行1000公里的的有效通讯。当然,民用的同样可以做到,只不过民用的目前国内不允许用数字短波机器,就算目前的模拟信号的短波机器100W都可以喊全中国了!只要天线弄的好,没什么做不到的!很正常.IP中继台发展IP中继台可实现本地对讲信号中继,通过IP网络可实现语音实时性和PTT信号无错误的传输,无论在哪个城市,还是在VHF或UHF制式下使用,IP中继台可以将系统覆盖范围扩大到全球任一位置,轻松满足不同地理空间、不同频段,网络互联共享语音,实现一键式通话,从而解决了无线电传输中受传输环境、发射功率、接收灵敏度等约束传输距离的难题,不必再担心通信距离短、覆盖范围小的问题。IP 中继台通过IP网络不但实现了超长距离无中继网络互联的目的,通过中继台同时可以实现在高耸林立的大楼里架构分布式对讲信号覆盖系统。对讲机中继台案例对讲机中继台,功率分为5W/10W/15W。要如何选择功率呢?首先,要根据所使用的环境;再者,现使用的对讲机功率这两点来选择改装中继台的功率。但并非功率越大越好。简单的画出中继台的使用环镜案例: 这是城镇环境,某客户提供的信息,主要为对讲机延伸距离,达到远距离通话。从图可看出,通话范围直径是5km。因楼房较为密集,楼层不高的状态,造成对讲机通话距离受限。对讲机的功率是5w,发射距离为2~2.5km。将中继台架设在中点,使中继台能接收到对讲机发射的信号。这时可选择5w功率的中继台即可。 这个同样是解决对讲机通话距离的延伸。但所处的环境和地理位置不同。 此案例是解决信号盲区。 注意:安装中继台的必须满足一个条件,中继台必须安装在对讲机的发射信号范围内。简单来说就是,中继台的安装位置必须能够接收到对讲机的信号。这是安装所有中继台必须符合的条件。High-frequency walkie-talkie and low-frequency walkie-talkie What is the difference ah?The first is the difference in the frequency of work ah. There are some bands on the two bands that are allocated to the public and the unit, the frequency range used by the enterprise. So the work of the radio frequency band also concentrated in the 400-470MHz and 136-174MHz. Call distance 150MHz and 400MHz walkie-talkie in the city, then 400MHz walkie-talkie distance to go a little bit, because the antenna gain...

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  Apple has commemorated the iPhone’s 10th anniversary with a special edition phone named the iPhone X. The announcement was made at an event on the Apple Campusin the Steve Jobs Theater by Tim Cook, who said, “It’s truly amazing how much the iPhone impacts the world every day.” The iPhone X has been the subject of rumor for many months, and now all the official details have been revealed. Cook said the new iPhone was “the biggest leap forward since the original iPhone.” It’s not pronounced iPhone X, by the way — it’s the iPhone “Ten,” and the screen takes up the whole...

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The first place I took the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus was a sticky, late-summer wedding just outside of Austin. It turned out to be the perfect way to stress-test the new devices. The iPhones 8 have new cameras designed to hack it even on a drunken dance floor. Faster processors made downtime game-playing run smoother. They’re also easier to charge, so you’re less likely to get stuck with a dead phone at the end of the night.

Everything works great. The iPhone 8 and 8 Plus are virtually perfect phones. For $699 (the iPhone 8) or $799 (the Plus), you get a device that makes calls, plays games, takes pictures, shows movies, gets you everywhere, and does everything better than ever before. Apple set the standard for smartphones a decade ago, and with apologies to the Note 8 and Google Pixel, still does so today.

Apple iPhone 8 and 8 Plus

8/10

Wired

The world is going camera-first, and this is a kick-ass camera. The glass design is a big improvement. Wireless charging makes everything better.

Tired

There’s a lot of bezel on this phone. Next to the iPhone X, it already feels outdated. The iPhone 8 lets you do so much, but iOS 11 buries too much of it.

And yet it’s already obsolete. Only minutes after Apple announced these near-perfect models of its original vision, the company re-set the bar. The iPhone X looms large over the 8, with its tiny bezel and Face ID and amazing cameras. Want to know where smartphones are headed? Look at the iPhone X. The iPhones 8 are probably just the last, best version of what your phone looks like now. And they don’t cost $1,000. And for now, that’s great news.

Glass Houses

In iPhone years, 2017 should’ve been an “S” year, when Apple upgrades the phone without redesigning or rethinking it. But the iPhone 8 isn’t a 7S. Besides the standard spec bumps, Apple changed a couple of bigger things, starting with the design. The iPhone 8’s a vision in glass. Aluminum (or al-yoo-min-y-yum if you’re Jony Ive) keeps the body rigid; glass on the back and front keeps it pretty. It may make the iPhone 8 more fragile—Apple says it won’t, my history with glass phones says it will—but it definitely makes it classier.

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Otherwise, the design looks just like last year’s iPhone 7 and 7 Plus. Home button: still there. Headphone jack: still gone. There’s a big bezel around the screen, which looks even larger compared to handsets like the Note 8 or Essential Phone. I suspect this is the last time an iPhone will ever look this way, as the all-screen design of the iPhone X takes hold of Apple’s entire lineup. It already feels outdated, especially on the 8 Plus—a humongous phone without a particularly humongous screen.

You won’t notice most of the other changes except in some undefinable, everything-just-works kind of way. The screen, enhanced with Apple’s True Tone tech, adapts its white balance to whatever room you’re in to keep whites looking white and colors looking vibrant. It also has a wider color gamut, upgraded Bluetooth and wireless radios, better speakers, and lots of other nice features. Nice changes, but nothing that’ll make you throw your old, outdated iPhone 7 into the garbage.

New Tricks

If you do buy an 8, it’ll be for one of two very important, very noticeable upgrades. The first is wireless charging, a decade-old tech that’s finally made its way into the iPhone. Apple doesn’t make a wireless charger yet—the AirPower mat comes next year—but the iPhone 8 works with any pad using the popular Qi standard. The phone charges quite a bit slower on the pad than plugged into the wall, but it’s worth it for the freedom. Wireless charging makes the iPhone feel less like a Tamagotchi needing constant feeding, and more like a digital sidekick that’s always ready to go. Pick it up when you need it, put it down when you don’t; whenever you’re not using your phone, it’s charging. Android users have known this feeling for years, but a lot of iPhone users are going to love it now.

The other difference you’ll definitely notice? The camera. More specifically, the combination of a new 12-megapixel sensor, the laptop-grade A11 Bionic processor, and a reworking of the iPhone 8’s internals to make everything faster and more efficient. The iPhone 8 has a single camera on the back with an f/1.8 lens and optical image stabilization. The Plus adds a second f/2.8 telephoto lens, which lets it take beautiful soft-background photos in Portrait mode. Both models have 7-megapixel selfie cameras, which make even my goofy mug look good.

Apple made a conscious decision to tweak the way it processes photos, grabbing more pop and vibrancy from colors than before. Some people will quibble about the pure color accuracy, especially after Apple’s longstanding devotion to faithfully reproducing even the most drab red and yellow, but I suspect most people will love the more dramatic look. Every shot is now HDR by default. It still struggles in low light, like any smartphone camera—I took 100 or so shots of the father-daughter dance at the wedding and every single one is blurry. But with few exceptions, photos I take on the iPhone 8 look fantastic.

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The best part of the new camera, though, is the sheer number of new things you can do. You can shoot slow-motion video in 1080p. You can shoot 4K video at 60 frames per second, which makes everything look super smooth and fake. You can even shoot at 24 frames per second to satisfy all your hipster friends. In addition to Portrait Mode, the Plus now offers Portrait Lighting (still in beta), which lets you artificially change the light in a photo. You can take a brightly lit photo and make it look like there’s only a spotlight on your subject, or tweak the light to bring out your subject’s features even more. When it works, it’s cool; half the time the effect is ridiculous and bad. Hence the beta tag.

Of course, finding all those camera goodies takes some searching. I had to Google how to turn a Live Photo into a loop (just flick up on the photo), and it takes way too many swipes to switch between all the shooting modes. Luckily the Camera app itself remains simple to use, but you could spend years with this camera and not discover all its tricks.

Toward the Future

Like the iPhone X, the iPhones 8 were designed as augmented reality devices, and that’s where the camera and processor upgrades really start to shine. I’ve only had a chance to try a few AR apps so far, but all work remarkably well. I’ve inspected an oversized beating heart in the middle of a hotel room, and redecorated my living room with some help from Ikea’s new app. Playing The Machines, an augmented-reality table game in which you have to actually move around to make sure your armies aren’t being attacked, was the most gaming fun I’ve had recently. It’s also exhausting.

Sure, you’re going to look insane walking around in circles and squinting at your phone, but it’s great. Apple’s in a position to dominate these early days of AR, and the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus provide excellent ways to try it out. Having a big white bezel around the edge of the screen sucks, though, and reminds you that you’re still looking through a phone. And without all the remarkable front-facing camera tech in the iPhone X, you can’t put yourself in AR nearly as well.

That’s the thing about the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus. These are very good and very impressive phones, and yet, they’re not even Apple’s best handsets. The iPhone X represents Apple’s vision of the future, and also Samsung’s and Essential’s and Huawei’s and everyone else’s. It’s a future without bezels, and with enough camera power to really change how smartphones work. The iPhones 8 check every box a phone has ever checked before, but they feels like the last of something right as Apple and others prepare the first of something else. When your phone can see you, and see the world, it will change what a phone is, and does, and can be. This fall, Apple’s giving you a choice: get a seat on the best piston airliner ever, or take a chance on jet engines.

If you want an awesome iPhone, this is it. I’d recommend the 8 Plus, if you can stomach the size, because the added camera power and battery life are really nice to have. But both are fantastic phones, upgrades over even last year’s model. But if you want to be part of the future, save your money for now. Then go get an iPhone X and see what’s really coming next.

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