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Old 07-03-2017, 7:18 PM
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Originally Posted by kb5udf View Post
I am using Vertex VX-5000 mobiles turned down with crescend external PA for 100% duty at 100 watts. I am pretty happy with the results.

They are only backup and interoperability for us so as we move to P25 they are replacing the Mastr II and Desktrac with external PA stations we were using with EDACS.

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Old 07-03-2017, 7:35 PM
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I believe he also bought up the old Daniels MT3 line and is able to do repairs, tuning etc
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Old 08-05-2017, 7:47 PM
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Does this have to be a stand alone base station? Can it be a mobile with a AC/DC power supply? If so there are several of those available.
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Originally Posted by Bruce42 View Post
Recently CODAN (Daniels) gave up making low band radios, Midland's LMR folded up this week, Motorola quit years ago, RELM, now BK, doesn't show any on their website so the situation is getting ugly. It doesn't look like any American-based company is serving low band.

Can anyone help me to find other world-wide manufacturers that produce low band base stations and/or repeaters? I am talking 30-50 MHz, not mid band radios.

thanks in advance, Bruce....
I recently found this Company In California who is manufacturing a Low Band Base station and they also have the option for Low Band Repeaters.


(951) 719-3266 Monday - Friday

LBR-100, We now offer Low Band Repeaters

The President is Fred Parker and I Have been in contact with him several times. He is very helpful and we recently purchased one of these low band repeaters for municipal use.(November 2017) Our repeater is currently being built and we expect delivery in a month or so,
I researched that this company has made low band base stations for the American Red Cross in Washington State and has supplied low band bases to the Canadian Coast Guard and other places in California.
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