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Budget and Entry Level Transceivers - For discussion of budget or entry level radios such as Baofeng, Wouxun, Puxing and other radio communications designated as commercial but not targeted for Amateur or GMRS. Also included are MURS and ISM 900MHz designed radios.

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Old 07-14-2017, 6:16 PM
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The KyderaDM-760 Digital Walkie Talkie 400-490 Mhz Uhf! Does anyone have knowledge if these units will work with the Motorola Digital network? If so Help! Thank You! They are from China for about $110.00 US Dollars. or is more info. needed? We currently use Xts 1500, Xts 2500, and Xts 5000 Radios on UHF! Thanks again.
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If you are using P25, then no. If you are actually analog, then probably...but I doubt they are FCC type accepted.
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Thank You! We went Digital awhile ago and had cheap analog radios in are go bag's. Thank You ad B Safe!
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