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What Wouxun model number(s) are certified under Part 95 for MURS?
I've seen MURS radios by Dakota Alert and Intercomsonline. I have a Dakota Alert HT, I haven't taken more than a cursory glance at Intercomsonline.
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No Wouxun that I am aware of are certified for MURS but Wouxun does have one branded as Powerwerx model gu-16 certified for GMRS as far as my research has shown.
 

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Bill4long seems to be saying that they do make a MURS certified radio. I'm asking him for the model number as proof.
 

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NO radio can be certificated for MURS Part 95 if it is capable of operation on ANY frequency other than the five MURS frequencies.
Please cite an official FCC source for this please.
 

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Bill4long seems to be saying that they do make a MURS certified radio. I'm asking him for the model number as proof.
I see your posting being ignored so therefore IMO I think there is no proof of such a radio made by Wouxun.
 
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