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Old 03-02-2018, 8:18 AM
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Default Arcshell Defualt Channels?

I have been looking all over the place and can't seem to find any info on the default frequency's for the 16 channels on the Arcshell (bought from amazon). Any one know what they are?
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Old 03-02-2018, 9:43 AM
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No, and it doesn't matter. The frequencies programmed in most Chinese radios at the factory for testing purposes are often used by public safety agencies in the USA, and if you use them, you run a good chance of ending up in jail and on the news for interfering with a police radio system. Don't be that guy, learn how to program the radios yourself, and make sure you are using legal frequencies.
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Old 03-04-2018, 11:40 AM
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and this is why I obtained my ETA certification as an RF Interference Mitigation Technician, these Chinese contraband radios are creating job security.

Seriously, this is why professional radios should never be sold to consumers who have zero idea what they are using and the risk that unauthorized operation can pose to licensed and legitimate users of radio spectrum.
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Default Did you ever figure out the answer?

Did you ever figure out the answer as to what frequencies are programmed by default from the Chinese factory for testing purposes?
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It varies by manufacturer, model, and batch. And you can't use them anyway.
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Here's what I found. Not confirmed.

CH1 462.125 CTCSS 69.3
CH2 462.225
CH3 462.325
CH4 462.425 CTCSS 103.5
CH5 462.525 CTCSS 114.8
CH6 462.625 CTCSS 127.3
CH7 462.725 CTCSS 136.5
CH8 462.825 CTCSS 162.2
CH9 462.925 DCS 025
CH10 463.025 DCS 032
CH11 463.125 DCS 125
CH12 463.225 DCS 331
CH13 463.525 DCS 023
CH14 450.225
CH15 469.945 CTCSS 203.5

Of note, only channels 6 and 7 are FRS/GMRS and legal to use out of the box
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