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BCD396T base and offset

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randytn

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I am trying to program a Motorola Astro Type II UHF system into my BCD396T, and I don't know the base, spacing and offset. I have referred to the manual for deteriming these formulas, and found no reference. The system is a utility company, frequencies are 451.925,452.0125,452.2625,452.3875,452.4375,453.000,461.650,451.85,461.900,463.400,463.575, and 464.900. Any suggestions, or references on determining these formualas will be appreciated.

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Dewey

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You will need something like Trunker/Unitrunker, or outside help to determine your base and offset, but the spacing looks like 12.5 based on what you have posted.

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