Digital radio is a newer form of radio technology that surpasses traditional analog radio. It encodes sound into numerical patterns, or "digits." Unlike analog radio, which transmits voice directly over a continuous wave, digital radios swiftly convert speech into simplified computer language. This digital format allows for more efficient transmission over extended distances.

They provide exceptional sound quality and are less prone to interference. Digital radios boast a wealth of features, including GPS capabilities and data functionalities like text messaging. Moreover, they offer superior security measures compared to their analog counterparts. A noteworthy advantage of digital two-way radios is their compatibility with analog devices.

Sanchar provides a variety of Digital License radios, including:

A) Portable models like the STC 903D and STC-904D.

B) Base/mobile models like the SCM-920D.

C) Repeater models like the SCR-910D.


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Comparison Table
General SpecificationSCM-920DSCR-910DSTC-903DSTC-904D
TX Frequency Range136-174MHz / 400-512MHz (split Band)UHF1: 400-470 MHz;136-174 / 400-480 MHz136-174 / 400-480 MHz
Channel Spacing25 Khz (max.)6.25KHz / 12.5KHz / 25KHzWide Band 25KHz, Narrow band 12.5 KHzWide Band 25KHz, Narrow band 12.5 KHz
Power Supply13.2 V DC 10% (11.7 ~ 14.8V)NANANA
Grounding MethodNegative GroundNANANA
WeightApprox. 1.8 KgNA270gm (Including Battery & Antenna)282gm (Including Battery & Antenna)