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How can I tell the UHF Band Split on My Spectra Radio

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PCTEK

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I have a Spectra (Not Astro) mobile and have decoded the Model #, so I know it's a UHF radio, but I can't determine what the UHF bandsplit is. I've looked at several sites that give a breakdown of the model #, but from what I can tell, I have to open up the radio and get the FCC ID off of one of the components. There has to be an easier way, but then again, this is Motorola. Any Moto experts here can provide a better way? Thanks.
 

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Reading the code-plug can be tricky because 10% chance, some hammy might have forced a codeplug that is out of band, Opening up and checking part numbers is the best way to figure out what you have.
 
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