I ran into these colorful, channel based radios from Yaesu / Standard Horizon. Output is 10 mW only, they do FM and AFSK/FM, and use operating frequencies that are clearly tailored to the Japanese market.
When looking at the accessory list, it seems that these radios are programmable, at least to some extent. From what I understand one channel bank is used for simplex, two other banks are pre-programmed for repeater use.
Looks like fun toys to me, when these would work in our amateur bands. No pricing available, and there’s no guarantee that these radios will ever be sold in an EU or US version.
01ch ～ 11ch : 422.0500MHz ～ 422.1750MHz
1ch ～ 9ch : 422.2000MHz ～ 422.3000MHz
10ch ～18ch :
TX freq. 440.2625MHz ～ 440.3625MHz
RX freq. 421.8125MHz ～ 421.9125MHz
12ch ～ 29ch :
TX freq. 440.0250MHz ～ 440.2375MHz
RX freq. 421.5750MHz ～ 421.7875MHz
– Modulation: F3E (FM), F2D (AFSK/FM)
– Works in simplex and repeater modes
– RF Power Output: 10mW
– Sensitivity:－8dB μV (@ 12dB SINAD)
– Audio output: 60mW (@ 4 Ω, 10% distortion)
– Operating temperature: －10℃～＋ 50℃
– Power requirements: Single alkaline AA batteries (33 hours operation)
– Sold separately: nickel-metal hydride battery (39 hours operation)
– Dimensions: 57.0(W) × 88.0(H) × 16.5mm(D)
– Weight: 95g
– Waterproof and dust proof according to IP67
(*) According to my translation attempts; I might have made some errors