These frequency hopping spread spectrum radios continue to be very popular for short range secure communications. We have located a few more and have them on the way to our location.
Click the links to the two models where you can order.
These radios can NOT be listened to with a scanner of any kind, and they have 10 BILLION channel possibilities so chances of anyone guessing the number you are on is just about zip, even if they have an identical radio. Studies have shown that 100,000 of these radios operating within range of each other could be used without any interference whatsoever.
Remember these are a discontinued item from the factory and are in short supply. At some point I will not be able to get more new radios. So if you want absolutely secure communications get yours now.
Special buy on frequency hopping spread spectrum radios continues No License Required
Through today we have located, sold and shipped 52 pair of these special secure radios, mostly in western Montana and North Idaho.
We are continuing to find these on the internet and are limited to the stock remaining on the shelves of the large warehouses around the country.
Currently we have 5 more pairs of the TSX300r-2VP coming in, and 4 pairs of the TSX100r-2VP, and they will be available when they get here.
If you want some, get your order in right now here: http://www.fm2way.com/tsx300r.html or for the smaller 100r here: http://www.fm2way.com/tsx100r.html
The smaller TSX 100 version is only 1000 channels and has no keypad so won't do text messaging, but has the same power output and talks just fine to the 300 series units as long as you use channel numbers under 999. I have set up an order page for these also at :
They don't have earphone/mics with them, but the chargers and batteries are the same as the 300 series, and the price will be $95.00 per pair. I will be trying to locate more of both, and I have one set of 100 series and they seem to have roughly the same range. There is a 10 memory channel storage capability but we don't recommend you use it. These do NOT have a priority channel like the 300 that we can use for the Liberty Bell.
You will have to set the Liberty Bell channel to one of the memories and monitor that, then go to whatever channel group we send you to in the event of an emergency.
If you want to know how to program that channel you will need to call me at 800 889 2839 and I will verify you are one of my customers. Then I will give you instructions and before you get off the phone you will have the channel in memory.
We are very pleased with the way the patriot community is responding to this important step for safety and security.
We will be using these radios to keep the peace in our communities and ensure the safety of freedom loving Americans around the country.
PO Box 116
Eureka MT 59917
800 889 2839
PO Box 116
Eureka MT 59917
800 889 2839
Some previous emails about these radios:
Here is a bit more information on these frequency hopping spread spectrum secure radios.
Everything is included for Two-way radio communications, no restrictions, no license required, no service fees, no text message charges.
These use the most advanced two way radio technology available with complete security and privacy of your conversations.
Digital technology ensures longest range, unmatched clarity and interference free communications.
10 Billion Channels for privacy - Crowded channels and privacy codes are a thing of the past.
Only eXRS radios set to your channel can listen in. Scanners can NOT track your conversation.
To ensure privacy eXRS radios are NOT compatible with analog FRS/GMRS two-way radios.
They are not compatible with ham gear or business band radios, either digital or analog.
Write your own text messages or use "Ready Notes" already in the radio.
Messages can be up to 80 characters per message.
Personal or business use. Legal for all ages. Private or group calling. Talk one to one or one to many. Phone book stores 100 contacts. ( I would not recommend using this for your group but it's there)
VOX hands free operation. 10 channel NOAA weather receiver. Vibrate call alert. Roger beep on or off.
Silent mode operation (very important)
Page calling with 5 selectable tones.
Keypad lock, Backlit LCD and keypad lighting. Dual Power - rechargeable or AA batteries.
Battery level meter, extended battery life.
All commercially available pairs of radios like FRS, GMRS operate in the UHF (Ultra High Frequency) radio spectrum.
Usable range for all good quality UHF two way radios is about the same.
Don't expect differences in range performance based on advertised range claims.
All good quality UHF radios are capable of operating over hundreds of miles under optimal or ideal conditions, but range on Earth is limited to much less by the physical environment and conditions of use. These conditions dictate that usable range is equivalent for all of these two-way radios and typically varies from a few thousand feet to several miles.
My wife and I have talked with perfect clarity for 7 miles LINE OF SIGHT. We have also talked up to 2 miles with some obstruction in the way like a small hill behind our house. I have no hesitation in saying these could talk over 10 miles or more line of sight with nothing in the way.
They will be a good dependable secure communications choice for group actives out to 1/2 mile or more, which is considered "near field" signal strength in the radio business.
I intend to buy enough pairs of these to equip all my children in the valley with this model.
You are welcome to join our group buying effort by going to this link to order any quantity. A quantity of one will get you 2 radios with batteries, and a dual bay charger and will also get you 2 earpiece/mics and an operators manual. The wall adapter for the charger is included. If you want 12v charge use a radar detector cigarette lighter cord which we have in stock for $10 or go to radio shack or somewhere and buy one. It plugs into the same power port on the back of the charger.
These will not replace your dual band ham rig which has much more range and the ability to work all the ham repeaters we have around western Montana, but for secure local work they are the absolute best we have found and the price is very right.