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Old 06-23-2014, 11:59 PM
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I have a Question: in the programming win PPS Software for the minitor 3 and 4 pagers is it possible to change the frequency range ? (example) freq range is> 151.995 to 158.995 mhZ is it ok to change it to 159.000 to 166.9999 mhZ With the Engineering Data login screen you can change the pagers frequency range. BUT i don't know if the crystals installed in the pager will allow the change.
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people still use multi-net ?

As for your pager question...it wont work without changing parts and realigning the pager.
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Old 06-24-2014, 7:54 AM
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people still use multi-net ?

As for your pager question...it wont work without changing parts and realigning the pager.
ok about the pager thanks. and yeah our county still uses a multi-net system until the switch to the new harris radio system next year.
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You can change the frequency but you will lose sensitivity the further away from original frequency range. I changed a 151-158 minitor 3 and 4 to 159-045 and 159.075 with no problems. Try it you can't hurt anything and if it doesn't work you can always change it back.
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If your interested in any multinet gear PM me. Have some good portables i dont use any longer
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Old 06-26-2014, 7:36 PM
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chester county is going to harris ? crap one less system i can listen to. oh well


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