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PRO-106: Cannot enter any frequency between 796.996875 and 805 MHz.

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Apologies if this has been mentioned in another thread (I didn't see any previous mention). On the PRO-106 Wiki page, it states in an update, that there is a loss of the tactical frequency range above 796.996875. It also mentions older PRO-106's can recieve that range. Mine is date code 08A08, and serial in the 1700's. It will not do it. Interested in other's experiences, and who to contact to request the missing frequency range be restored to my 106.

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This has been covered before several times. It was mentioned that GRE disabled these frequencies because of severe intermod problems in the radio at those frequencies. There is no fix available as far as I've heard.
 
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Interesting, since both RS & GRE both advertise that section of the band is covered in both the 106, and PSR-500.
 
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