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The AnyTone AT-D578UV is one of the most advanced DMR amateur radios available at any price with an unbelievable set of features not currently available in any other radio. Let us take a closer look at some of the outstanding features.

This radio covers the 2 meter (144 MHz) Amateur Band, 70 centimeter (450 MHz) Amateur Band and the 1.25 meter (220 MHz) Amateur Band.

This radio can store up to 4000 channels. Each channel can be set for digital, analog or digital + Analog. This should be enough channels to cover all the repeaters in your part of the country.

This radio can store up to 250 zones with each zone contain between 1 and 160 channels per zone. Now you can logically arrange all necessary channels in your zones and not be constricted to 16 channels per zone as is done in some of the other radios

This radio can store 300,000 separate contacts. Considering that there are currently less than 200,000 registered contacts right now, there is plenty of room to grow.

It is sometimes difficult to know which repeater to use when you are roaming around. This radio will automatically pick the strongest one in your predefined list.

You cannot monitor all the repeaters in your area, but the radio can. The scanning function will stop on a channel when there is activity on that channel. If there is no activity the radio will skip that channel and look at the next channel.



Dual band 136-174MHz(V),400-480MHz(U)
Tri-Band 144-148MHz, 222-225MHz, 420-450MHz
Channel Spacing 25KHz, 12.5KHz
Phase-locked Step 5KHz, 6.25KHz
Operating Voltage 13.8V DC ±15%
Frequency Stability ±2.5ppm
Operating Temperature -20℃~+60℃
Size 188x141x40mm (radio only)
Weight 1.04kg (without accessories)


Sensitivity (12dB Sinad) ≤0.25μV
Digital Sensitivity 0.3uV/-117.4dBm (BER 5%)
Spurious Emission ≤-57dB
Spurious Rejection ≥70dB
Audio Power Output 2W/8Ω
Audio Distortion ≤5%


Max Power Output 55 Watts
Modulation ±5.0KHz@25KHz ±2.5KHz@12.5KHz
Adjacent Channel Power ≥70dB
Hum & Noise ≥40dB
Spurious Emission ≤-36dBm
4FSK Digital Modulation 7K60FXD, 7K60FXE
Audio Distortion ≤5%
Error rate ≤3%



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  • 5

    Posted by Steven ODellno on Apr 9th 2021

    Thanks love it

  • 5
    Well made, mounts up solid.

    Posted by Fred Holmes on Apr 4th 2021

    Arrived quickly via express mail. I got the basic for my shack and had a friend do the initial programing. Some of the features are a bit different but easy enough to get used to. It works!

  • 5
    at-d578viii basic

    Posted by armando viruet on Feb 8th 2021

    did not receive radio yet.2-8-20. still waiting

  • 5
    great radio

    Posted by JOHN DURLAND on Oct 16th 2020

    This is a great radio, & the service Jerry Wanger gives is also great.

  • 5
    Great radio and sefvice

    Posted by Bob N3PPH on Oct 15th 2020

    I just purchased a new D578 from Jerry and I am very happy. I talked on the phone with him trying to decide between the CS800D and the D578, appreciate the help and the product.

  • 5
    Anytone AT578UV3

    Posted by Jamison Cook on Oct 7th 2020

    This is by far the best DMR mobile on the market!!! Lots of features and customization!!! I have an at868 HT and this upgrade for the base made perfect sense. Didn't need GPS or BT. Price is perfect. Screen readout is very good. Don't let the size fool you. Very east to read. Might buy another in the near future!!!!

  • 5
    AT-D578UVIII Basic

    Posted by Ken Goddard W5CGP on Sep 24th 2020

    Have had many mobiles during my 58 years as a Ham. This one is at the top of my list as far as quality and features. Very enjoyable to use. 5 Stars for sure. 73

  • 5

    Posted by Wayne Nakata on Sep 21st 2020

    Unboxed unit and it felt good and solid. Volume controls and knobs feel right. Downloaded software programmed a few repeaters in and all worked well. Good audio reports. Only had the radio a few days in the house will install it after a program up some mroe and drop it into the mobile=. Great Radio. 73 Wayne

  • 5
    Great radio

    Posted by David Sparks on Mar 29th 2020

    Just getting it set up as my base station and learning all the features, but really like it.