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Old 09-06-2017, 8:22 AM
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Hi friends.
Do you know if there is a possibility to expand the frequency?
For example 120 Channel or more.
Thanks of all.
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Old 09-06-2017, 2:33 PM
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Here in the States, 40 channel CB will not change in the near future. But with the Side Bands, we have the 120 channels, (it's just 40 uppers and 40 lowers that are part of the 40 am frequencies).
Have no idea what Italy has as far as CB.
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Old 09-08-2017, 7:06 AM
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Here in the States, 40 channel CB will not change in the near future. But with the Side Bands, we have the 120 channels, (it's just 40 uppers and 40 lowers that are part of the 40 am frequencies).
Have no idea what Italy has as far as CB.
Hello.
In Italy, the CB band uses 40 channels. from 26,965 to 27,405.
But it is very common to use at least another 40 channels. from 27,415 to 27,855.
I bought a Uniden PC787 and just wanted to know if like other microprocessor radios there is the possibility of expanding the frequency by working on a jumper or a solder.
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Pisan-You can look at mods.dk for info. You might have been better off buying a more flexible radio like the Anytone AT-6666 that have the expanded channels already built in so there's no need to modify the radio.
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Pisan-You can look at mods.dk for info. You might have been better off buying a more flexible radio like the Anytone AT-6666 that have the expanded channels already built in so there's no need to modify the radio.
Hi Ladn.
Thanks for answer.
Yes I know that Anytone is better. But I like the Uniden PC787.
I look on https://www.mods.dk/index.php?RadioId=1-uniden
But there is nothing for Uniden PC787
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