UV-E70 Baofeng

| julio 29, 2019

UV-E70 Baofeng

Test Report FCC Part 15 Rules

Product Designation PORTABLE RADIO
Brand name BAOFENG, Pofung
Test Model UV-E70
Serial Model ZT-60UV, GT-A60, TC-688, AR-2UV, RH-UV2, TR-988UV, TF-558, BF-TC70, UV-E80
Serial Model Difference Same product, different models and trademarks, only the shell design style is different
Hardware Version WT-BF-T60-V03
Software Version V1.0.0.0
Measurement Procedure ANSI C63.4: 2014
Date of test: July 05, 2019 to July 23, 2019

The above equipment was tested by Attestation Of Global Compliance (Shenzhen) Co., Ltd. for compliance with the requirements set forth in the FCC Rules and Regulations Part 15, the measurement procedure according to ANSI C63.4:2014. This said equipment in the configuration described in this report shows the maximum
emission levels emanating from equipment are within the compliance requirements.


The EUT is a PORTABLE RADIO designed for voice communication. It is designed by way of utilizing the F3E
modulation achieves the system operating.

A major technical description of eUt is described as following:

Communication Type Voice / Tone only
Modulation FM
RX Frequency Range Rx:136 MHz -174 MHz, 400MHz -480MHz
Emission Type F3E
Antenna Designation Detachable
Antenna Gain 2.15dBi
Power Supply DC 7.4V 2800mAh, charging with DC 8.4V.
Adapter Parameter INPUT:AC 110-240V~ 50/60Hz ,0.3A
Charger Parameter INPUT: DC 10V 0.5A


U.S users should confirm the current status of 90.203(e) of the FCC’s rules governing the Amateur service before utilizing this on the 144MHz/440MHz band.It’s a violation of the FCC Rules if this device operates on unauthorized frequencies.

Frequency RangetMHz) FCC Rule Part Frequency Range(MHz) FCC Rule Part
136-150.8 MHz For Federal 162.0375-173.2 MHz FCC Part 74/FCC Part 90
150.8-152.855 MHz FCC Part 22/FCC Part 90 173.2-173.4 MHz FCC Part 90
152.855-154 MHz FCC Part 74/FCC Part 90 173.4-174 MHz For Federal
154-156.2475 MHz FCC Part 80/FCC Part 90 400-406 MHz For Federal
156.2475-156.1875 MHz FCC Part 80 406.1 -450 MHz FCC Part 90
157.1875-157.45 MHz FCC Part 80/FCC Part 90 450-454 MHz FCC Part 90
157.45-161.575 MHz FCC Part 22/FCC Part 74/ FCC Part 80/FCC Part 90 454-455 MHz FCC Part 22
456-460 MHz FCC Part 22/FCC Part 90
161.575-161.625 MHz FCC Part 22/FCC Part 80 460-462.5375 MHz FCC Part 90
161.625-161.775 MHz FCC Part 22/FCC Part 74 462.7375-467.5375 MHz FCC Part 90
161.755-161.9625 MHz FCC Part 80/FCC Part 90 467.7375-470 MHz FCC Part 90
161.9625-162.0375 MHz FCC Part 80 470-512 MHz FCC Part 22/FCC Part 90


Operating this radio on one of the following restricted frequencies without a license or authorization by the FCC can result in a variety of enforcement actions,including seizure of equipment, fines and other criminal penalties:136MHz-137MHz(Aviation Services,Part 87);

137MHz-138MHz (Satellite Communications,Part 25); 138MHz-144MHz(not available to any FCC licensee-Fed-eral use only); 156.7625MHz-157.0375MHz (Maritime Services,Part80 and Aviation Services,Part 87).

Also,equipment programming is the responsibility of Authorized Service Personnel, the Amateur Portable Radio complies with 47 CFR Part 90.203(e). in that the operator cannot directly program the transmit frequencies using the normally accessible external controls.


The following safety precautions shall always be observed during operation, service and repair of this equipment.

•    This equipment shall be serviced by qualified technicians only.

•    Do not modify the radio for any reason.

•    Use only supplied or approved batteries and chargers.

•    Do not use any portable radio that has a damaged antenna. If a damaged antenna comes into contact with your skin, a minor burn can result.

•    Turn off your radio prior to entering any area with explosive and flammable materials.

•    Do not charge your battery in a location with explosive and flammable materials.

•    To avoid electromagnetic interference and/or compatibility conflicts, turn off your radio in any a rea where posted notices instruct you to do so.

•    Turn off your radio before boarding an aircraft. Any use of a radio must be in accordance with airline regulations or crew instructions.

•    Turn off your radio before entering a blasting area.

•    For vehicles with an air bag, do not place a radio in the area over an air bag or in the air bag deployment area.

•    Do not expose the radio to direct sunlight over a long time, nor place it close to heating source.

•    When transmitting with a portable radio, hold the radio in a vertical position with the microphone 3 to 4 centimeters away from your lips. Keep antenna at least 2.5 centimeters away from your body when transmitting.

WARNING: If you wear a radio on your body, ensure the radio and its antenna . are at least 2.5 centimeters away from your body when transmitting.



Frequency range:
  • VHF:136MHz-174MHz (Rx/Tx).
  • UHF:400MHz-480MHz (Rx/Tx).
Memory channels: Up to 128 channels
Frequency stability: 2.5ppm.
Frequency step: 2.5kHz/5kHz/6.25kHz/1 OkHz/12.5kHz/20/kHz/25kHz.
Antenna impedance: 50 Ohm.
Operating temperature: -20 °C to +60’C.
Supply voltage: Rechargeable Lithium-Ion mAh 7.4V/1800.
Consumption in reception: 380mA
Consumption in transmission:  1.4 A.
Mode of operation: Simplex or semi-duplex.
Duty cycle: 03/03/54 min. (Rx/Tx/Standby).
Dimensions: 65mm x 41,5mm x 133.8mm
Weight: 279g (approximate).


RF power: 5W/1W.
Type of modulation: FM.
Emission class: 16K® F3E/11K® F3E (W/N).
Maximum deviation: =±5 kHz/=±2.5 kHz (W/N).
Spurious emissions: <-60 dB.


Receiver sensitivity: 0.2 uV(at 12 dB SINAD).
Intermodulation: 60 dB.
Audio output: 1W
Spurious Radiation: 65dB

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