MXT115 MicroMobile® Two-Way Radio

Maximize your communication range with the 15-Watt Midland MICROMOBILE® MXT115 GMRS two-way radio. This radio can broadcast up to three times the range of traditional handheld GMRS two-way radios (walkie talkies). It is easily mounted in most vehicles with a DC adapter and communicates with all GMRS radios. This radio features all 8 repeater GMRS channels for massive transmission and reception ranges, a multi-colored LCD backlit display, NOAA weather alert and USB outputs for charging mobile devices.

*Compatible with Midland FRS/GMRS walkie talkies.

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$149.99

Features


Full 15W Radio + External Magnetic Mount Antenna for extended range

8 repeater channels for increased communication range

15 high power GMRS channels

142 privacy codes

NOAA Weather Radio

Silent Operation

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REVIEWS


MicroMobile Two Way Radio is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 125.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Product! I ordered this radio directly through the Midland USA website, and when it arrived in the mail my first impression was that it felt very solid and durable. The hand mic is nice and heavy, giving it a great feel as well. The radio is compact and would be easy to integrate into a go-kit. One thing that is not included in the manual is the specific sub-audible tone frequencies associated with each privacy channel. Having a tone frequency table in the manual would be nice when trying to use this radio with other GMRS radios. But aside from that, the instructions in the manual are straight-forward and easy to follow. Overall, this is a great product that I recommend for any GMRS operators looking to upgrade from 5-watt handheld radios.
Date published: 2018-05-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Perfect Solution for Limited Space The MXT115 MicroMobile was the perfect solution for my new SUV. Its tiny size and very simple installation was perfect for the center console, nothing larger will fit! The built-in speaker delivers good sound. The MXT115 is not a top tier radio--I didn't expect it to be, but it adequately suits my needs for a mobile GMRS radio in my new vehicle. The receiver audio is choppy on my unit when using CTCSS, but it is tolerable. Thanks to Midland for making me "mobile" again! (Note: I use an aftermarket 1/4 wave magnet mount antenna for enhanced performance.)
Date published: 2018-08-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I really like mine I have had this radio(mxt115) for about a year now, I just bought a second. I do not use it a lot but do like to have it available just in case. I like the features and have grown use to this being available when I want or need it. I started with a Walmart mxt 90 and now have 2 mxt 115's and a mxt400 as well. I get great range and plan on playing around with it more in the near future. I have purchased a DPD productions base antenna as well as a Br-450 w/ a tram 1465 I plan to try as a home setup very soon. I did upgrade the mobile Antenna but for GMRS, the external antenna helps so much. I wanted to try the MICROMOBILE® MXTA11 6DB GAIN ANTENNA but have been unable to locate one so far. Thank you Midland for a great product
Date published: 2018-03-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome radio. I have used it in obstructed environments in hill country and have gotten ranges of over 10 mi with big hills, trees and rocks in the way. If I’m using the repeater channels, I can get even bigger distances (make sure you get permission to use the towers!). We now have three different trucks in our weekend 4×4 group that use these radios now and we won’t be going back to CBs ever again. Absolute gamechanger. Works awesome with our GXT handhelds too.
Date published: 2017-06-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to use and operate I bought the this two way radio about a year ago now. It has been perfect, I don't move it from one vehicle to another but love the compact size and easy to use functions. I mounted this in a 2015 Jeep Wrangler and it works perfectly with my Midland Handhelds and communicates well with others in our Jeep rides. The Jeep is limited in space so the micro mobile was easier to mount and find a proper location. The speaker is very clear and loud. I have other Midland products and 100% satisfied with all of them.
Date published: 2020-03-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great small size! This Radio is fantastic! It is extremely small but performs almost as well as my ham radio. My Jeep club is doing a side by side comparison of ham, CB and GMRS radios to make a decision on what to use on trips. This radio is is the way to go for any off road groups looking for a communication system, it will blow CB away.
Date published: 2018-10-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I Upgraded from your mxt-100 to the mxt115 what a big improvement. I did a test today from 2 miles from home,on a scale of 1 to 10 a very loud and clear 10, also the weather channels are very clear. I live in the Ozark Mountains so there are a lot of trees & high hills here.
Date published: 2017-06-16
Rated 3 out of 5 by from This is a nice little radio I love the size. It has decent reception and is mostly easy to use. It is cheap and small and unlike most GMRS mobile radios it does not need to be programed with a computer to work. My major complaint is that for repeaters, it must do the same TX/RX codes. As a result this radio can only use 1/3rd of repeaters in my area since most have a code to activate the repeater but no code to listen to the repeater. This radio would get 5 stars if it had two software updates: 1. It needs separate TX/RX repeater codes. 2. It should show the actual codes displayed on the radio screen instead of a number that represents the code.
Date published: 2019-11-27
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QUESTIONS


looking to use a window mount antenna which one will work with this unit

Asked by: Jeepster72
Hello, we do not currently offer a window mount antenna with our MicroMobiles.
Answered by: Midland Radio Corporation
Date published: 2020-02-17

My microphone doesn't work anymore and I can't find them anywhere. Where can I purchase one of them?

Asked by: Greg123
Hello, you can call customer service at 816-241-8500 M-F 8am-4:30pm CST to order.
Answered by: Midland Radio Corporation
Date published: 2020-01-09

What type of rechargeable battery can this use to become a mobile base station?

Asked by: RP4130
You can check out the PPG1000 or the DuraComm LPX-14 power supply on our website to convert your MXT115 into a base station.
Answered by: Midland Radio Corporation
Date published: 2020-01-09

When I plug in my external speaker Midland 21-406, nothing works. When I unplug it from the rear panel the unit works fine. What am I missing? Thank you

Asked by: Midnite13
Hello, that speaker is not compatible with the MicroMobile. You would need external speaker 21-404C.
Answered by: Midland Radio Corporation
Date published: 2020-01-09

Are these radios headset/ptt capable?

Asked by: Tinjet
No but the MXT275 is.
Answered by: Midland Radio Corporation
Date published: 2019-12-12

Is there an adapter to plug this into a 120v outlet?

Asked by: DynamicFlurry
Yes, here is the product. https://midlandusa.com/product/micromobile-base-station-power-supply/
Answered by: Midland Radio Corporation
Date published: 2019-11-21

How many amps would this draw on a closed DC, portable system in typical or average use? I'm trying to size a battery for it to work with my fish finder and camera in an off grid fish house. Thanks

Asked by: Jethro
Here are the specs of the radio 13.8V (voltage), 5A (amperage).
Answered by: Midland Radio Corporation
Date published: 2020-02-28

Will this increase my ability to reach people only using handhelds? Also for them to reach me? This doesn’t work on channels past 14?

Asked by: Steve77
Hello Steve, Transmitting range for radios in a group will always be limited by the lowest powered radio - meaning that if your handheld is under 5W, you will be limited to that range. The MicroMobile is much more powerful, with an external antenna, both of which greatly increase range. In this scenario the MircoMobile could be "out of range" for the walkie to reach, but the walkie could still receive transmissions from the MicroMobile. The MicroMobile is capable of using repeater channels but cannot act as a repeater itself. The MicroMobile is a GMRS radio with a detached antenna, meaning it can transmit at 5W on channels 1 - 7, cannot transmit on 8-14 at all (FCC does not allow radios with detached antennas on these frequencies - 467MHz - and the power setting cannot exceed .5W so we programmed the radio to skip over those channels) and on 15 - 22 you will see max range as these channels allow GMRS to transmit up to 50W. Please see our blogs on the subject for more detailed information, or give us a call directly so that we can better assist you. Midland Radio
Answered by: Midland Support
Date published: 2019-12-10

Is there a way to make these radios a private  frequency or are they always public? Looking for something for my farming operation and do not want everyone listing to our conversations. 

Asked by: Bright1234
Negative, you would need to be on a different radio band all together. Our Business Band radios would provide you with your own designated frequency for more privacy so please look into our BR200 and MB400 radios. I would also suggest you just give us a call so we can better discuss and understand your radio communication needs, and find a radio that works for you!
Answered by: Midland Support
Date published: 2019-10-14

I was wondering if you can adjust the power for transmitting within the US/Canadian border areas pursuant to FCC § 95.29? It says when operating North of Line A and East of Line C (Canadian border areas) you can only transmit no more than 5 watts.

Asked by: tswag
Hello there, It is important to note that these radios are not permitted in Canada as they do not allow more than 2W of power on GMRS. The MicroMobile radios are programmed to transmit at or just below 5W in channels 1-7 as that is the max allowed for GMRS per the FCC on those frequencies in the USA. I would suggest using only channels 1-7 in those areas of concern and you should be good. Midland Radio
Answered by: Midland Support
Date published: 2019-10-08

If this is compatible with FRS handhelds, who do you use them if the FRS channels are skipped?

Asked by: DynamicFlurry
Great question - FRS radios are now allowed to use all of the shared frequencies in 462MHz and 467MHz. Since these GMRS MicroMobiles have a detached antenna, they are not allowed on the previously FRS only 467MHz channels (8-14) that are limited to .5W of power. You can communicate with those FRS walkies on channels 1-7 and 15-22!
Answered by: Midland Support
Date published: 2019-12-10

If i use an external speaker on mxt115, does the built in speaker still work at the same time

Asked by: Jeffey
Yep, just confirm in set up that the base speaker is still set to on!
Answered by: Midland Support
Date published: 2019-08-27

Any suggestions on mounting the mag antenna on a fiberglass roof? I want to install in my RV.

Asked by: drober05
Since fiberglass is not magnetic, we would suggest you permanently mount the antenna on the RV or use a window mount antenna.
Answered by: Midland Support
Date published: 2020-01-01

Can I use it outside of a vehicle, can I connect it to regular power and use it? 

Asked by: PerlaM
Yes, you can use it as a base station outside of the vehicle. You will need between a 6-8A power source, antenna cable, and GMRS tuned antenna.
Answered by: Midland Support
Date published: 2019-10-22

This may be a dumb question, but can you talk between two or more of the mxt115, or do you have to talk between this and a handheld?

Asked by: Jach32
Not a dumb question at all! You can do both of the things you mention; MXT115 to MXT115 or MXT115 to walkies. All radios need to be using the shared FRS GMRS channels, with all radios set to the same channel (MXT115 is not programmed to use channels 8 - 14) but past that you can add as many radios to the conversation as you would like!
Answered by: Midland Support
Date published: 2019-11-01

What is the amp draw on the usb port?

Asked by: M89flybrat
It can sustain 3A current draw
Answered by: Midland Support
Date published: 2018-11-27

Will this work using a cb antenna?

Asked by: Rhiino514
Negative, CB and GMRS operate on different frequencies so you cannot use the same antenna for both.
Answered by: Midland Support
Date published: 2018-12-13

How sensitive is this radio to heat? I’d like to Velcro It to carpet on side of transmission tunnel.

Asked by: Miata
The upper operating limits of this radio is 140 degrees fahrenheit, so you should be just fine!
Answered by: Midland Support
Date published: 2018-08-27

How long are microphone and outside antenna cables? Is an extension cable available for antenna?

Asked by: Miata
The mic cord is about 6ft stretched and the antenna cord is 19ft. If this is not enough for you, you would need to purchase additional items. Those would be; a new mount, antenna cable, and antenna. The antenna that comes along with the MXT115 is attached to it's antenna cord, so you would not be able to use an extension cord with this. Or you could look into the MXT115VP3 (VP3 meaning it comes with additional items along with the radio)! We suggest you look at the MXTA8, MXTA11, and MXTA12 on our MicroMobile accessories page!
Answered by: Midland Support
Date published: 2019-01-13

Why does my mxt115 skip over the frs channels. How can I use these. 

Asked by: Skyhawk
Channels 8 - 14 are reserved for FRS radios and is limited to .5W of power. This radio is too powerful to run on those channels, so you will not be able to access them in any way using the MicroMobile line.
Answered by: Midland Support
Date published: 2020-01-11

Is there a headphone jack?

Asked by: Disston
Hello, the MXT115 has an external speaker port, usb charging jack, and a microphone jack. It does not have a headphone jack.
Answered by: Midland Support
Date published: 2019-08-14

What are the repeater frequencys

Asked by: Cecil
Hello Cecil, The repeater channels are going to be listed in the MXT115 user manual, but we have them listed for you below. Additionally, you should check out our blog on repeater channels in case you have any other questions! https://midlandusa.com/what-are-repeater-channels/ Ch. Number TX Freq. (MHz) RX Freq. MHz) 15RP 467.5500 462.5500 16RP 467.5750 462.5750 17RP 467.6000 462.6000 18RP 467.6250 462.6250 19RP 467.6500 462.6500 20RP 467.6750 462.6750 21RP 467.7000 462.7000 22RP 467.7250 462.7250
Answered by: Midland Support
Date published: 2019-01-12

Is the radio programable

Asked by: Cecil
Hello there, this radio is not programable by the consumer. It is already programmed out of the box!
Answered by: Midland Support
Date published: 2018-07-25

How long is the cable included with the MTX115?

Asked by: RayM
Hello Ray, The cable is 3.5 ft! MidlandUSA
Answered by: Midland Support
Date published: 2018-04-25

What is the purpose of the USB port on the front of this radio?

Asked by: DanW
Hello Dan, The USB port is an added charging port for cell phones or any other product that is charged through USB! MidlandUSA
Answered by: Midland Support
Date published: 2018-10-04

What is the standby current and the maximum current draw for the MXT115 radio? Will the MXT275 be the same?

Asked by: oak@
Standby is ~ 220mA usually, and always ≤300mA; max current is ≤3A when transmitting. The MXT275 is going to be extremely similar to this as well!
Answered by: Midland Support
Date published: 2018-09-07

I live in interior Alaska where we see temps down to -50 degrees f. I’m looking at this radio  for my sxs and my truck. How does this radio and it connections/cables handle that type of cold? 

Asked by: Hughes 18
Please give our customer service department a call at 816-241-8500 ext 233 M-F 8am-4:30pm CT and we will be glad to answer this for you.
Answered by: Midland Radio Corporation
Date published: 2018-12-20

If I get more than 1 radio, do I have to get a license for each radio?

Asked by: Karl22
You only need one license and then you can use as many radios as you own.
Answered by: MidlandUSA
Date published: 2019-10-02

Do these GRMS radios require a license?

Asked by: Oneal
Yes. Go to the FCC Website, register for an FRN, then use that to apply on their ULS. It costs $70 for the license and is good for ten years.
Answered by: usmcshooter
Date published: 2018-06-07
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