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Anyone delt with these?

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martymartin

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Hi, has anyone delt with these Motorola Tetra Motorola MTP300 ? Will it do digital conventional 800 mhz? I have a chance to get one real cheap, if it will work.
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If you can program them, or obtain them in DMO mode, they'll do simplex.

Other than that, have fun on 380-470. I think that's all they do. Some seller has been selling them on eBay for a while now at about $200, with new batteries (XTS type), if you want to experiment with a couple. I was going to buy set to play with but I opted out. TRBO seemed more interesting at the time I guess.
 
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