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September 23, 2021


Midland Radio is excited to revamp its MXT115 and MXT275 MicroMobile Two Way Radios with two new features. These models have been upgraded, but will come at the same great cost.


USB-C Charging

We’ve fitted these MicroMobiles with a USB-C charging port for the following devices:

  • Smartphones
  • Laptops
  • Tablets

The port allows for rapid charging, up to three times faster than before. This new feature will help you charge your larger devices quicker when out on any adventure.

Split Tone Privacy Codes

The new MicroMobiles give you improved access to repeaters.

Split tones refer to the ability of a radio to assign separate codes to receive and transmit within the same channel on a repeater.

The split tones keep unauthorized radio users from accessing repeaters without permission.



  • MXT115 or MXT275 MicroMobile® 2-Way Radio
  • Mount with Hardware
  • Detachable Antenna with Magnetic Mount
  • Microphone
  • Microphone Holder
  • 12V Power Cord with Car Power Adapter
  • Owner's Manual
  • Quick Start Guide


The new MXT115 and MXT275 MicroMobile is so easy to install, it should take you less than five minutes.

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