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Old 04-21-2017, 1:20 PM
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Default DV1 coverage breaks

Referring to the DV 1, although I see the coverage is listed as 100 KHz. to 1300 Mhz, are there coverage breaks? Specifically, most, not all, scanner radios will stop at 54.00 and pick back up in the 70's or at 108 Mhz. Will this receiver go through 54.00 to 108.000 Mhz.? I cannot locate anything that says there are breaks in the band coverage.
If so, kudo's to the DV 1. Thanks for your help, Lance

I'm aware of the cellular breaks, not an issue..
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No breaks, full coverage.

That is subject to locality though. You say you are aware of the Cellular frequency blocking in the U.S.

An AR-DV1 for the U.K. market has no restrictions for example. Every frequency from 100 KHz. to 1300 Mhz with no 'jumps'.

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Thank you Sir, that is fantastic, take care
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Depending on the country, i.e. like in US as Cellular Blocked, some other contries are also locked due to national regulation.
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