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Old 10-17-2013, 9:05 PM
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Hi I wanted to know if this radio is multi band or not. I saw it says the bands are VHF, UHF, 700/800 MHz does that mean it is all those bands? Here is a link:Harris PSPC If someone could help that would be greatly appreciated.

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The radio comes in three splits VHF, UHF or 700/800 MHz and you get to choose one
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Thank you for your help I also wanted to know if harris makes a UHF/700-800 MHz radio that will do P25,EDACS,Conventional and Open Sky.
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Nope. The closest thing is the Unity but the portable will only do P25 and Conventional and an upcoming release of software for the mobile will add EDACS. No OpenSky in the Unity line...yet. The only place it could show up with the current run of hardware might be the mobile, but I haven't heard any plans for that so don't count on it at all.
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Hi I wanted to know if this radio is multi band or not. I saw it says the bands are VHF, UHF, 700/800 MHz does that mean it is all those bands? Here is a link:Harris PSPC If someone could help that would be greatly appreciated.

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According to their website and everything I have read about this radio, yes it covers all three bands.

Quote from the literature about the radio:
"The XG-100P covers all land mobile radio frequency bands in a single radio.
With full-spectrum coverage across the VHF, UHF, and 700/800 MHz bands,
total channel capacity of 12,500 channels, and full APCO P25 compliance, the
XG-100P enables interoperability with responders from any agency, whether
operating on analog or digital. The ability to scan continuously across all bands,
voice modes, and encryption types puts unprecedented connectivity in the
hands of the user."
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According to their website and everything I have read about this radio, yes it covers all three bands.

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The OP was asking about the XG-25 NOT the XG-100P...
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The OP was asking about the XG-25 NOT the XG-100P...
You're right. I must have overlooked the model number when I read the post. My bad.
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The Unity line are the ONLY Harris multi-band offerings. The XG-100p is only P25 however EDACS is currently available on the XP-100m with the CH-731 control head.


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