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M7100 Outband Hack

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Hello all!

Any info about M7100 Outband Hack? I use ProGrammer R18. I want to tru go up 430.000 on 378-430 MHz radio. Please help.
 

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To rescue 161:
I have a few in band splinter freqs for Masrt III stations that I got a batch file for from MA/Comm some time ago. Has anybody figured out how they are doing this. I asked the tech and he informed me he had a program that did it, but he could not give it to me, and I was wondering if with a few channels of info, someone couldn't reverse engineer that calculator.

R153.2975
:040440DF90C189A45B

T153.2975
:040400DFC8A8A4E81D

R153.3425
:040440DF9811B0641C

T153.3425
:040400DF8A7D92A4DC

It appears that the 0400440DF string is the 153.00 mhz, but I couldn't get it to work out using a hex calculator.
 

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To rescue 161:
I have a few in band splinter freqs for Masrt III stations that I got a batch file for from MA/Comm some time ago. Has anybody figured out how they are doing this. I asked the tech and he informed me he had a program that did it, but he could not give it to me, and I was wondering if with a few channels of info, someone couldn't reverse engineer that calculator.

R153.2975
:040440DF90C189A45B

T153.2975
:040400DFC8A8A4E81D

R153.3425
:040440DF9811B0641C

T153.3425
:040400DF8A7D92A4DC

It appears that the 0400440DF string is the 153.00 mhz, but I couldn't get it to work out using a hex calculator.
No idea. What did the rest of the data in the batch file look like?
 

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Without HW mods my M7100 goes up only just to 433.600. And sometimes unlocks VFO (after PTT, after warm up & etc.).
 

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You need to realign it, its not just as simple as forcing the radio to retune. The filters and PLL wont go much higher than 434 without some tweaking.
 

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You need to realign it, its not just as simple as forcing the radio to retune.
What you mean here?
The filters and PLL wont go much higher than 434 without some tweaking.
Yes, I understernd this. Just Kenwood, Motorola & other can go up for 10-20 MHz w/o any HW mods/HW tuning. But M7100 less than 4 MHz.
 

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Just what i said before, you have to realign the PLL tuning circuit and adjust the filters in order to get it to move any further out of band. I have moved quite a few of these radios up to ~453 with about 45 minutes of work.
 

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Just what i said before, you have to realign the PLL tuning circuit and adjust the filters in order to get it to move any further out of band. I have moved quite a few of these radios up to ~453 with about 45 minutes of work.
I seen them on eBay :)

Could you please describe procedure?
 
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