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How to find which band an XTL 2500 operates in?

chaos12135

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I'm not too familiar with the XTL family, as I am with the XTS family, and I'm trying to discover which band this XTL operates in. Below is the only information I have regarding this without actually looking at the CPS. Is there a way to find out what model this can operate in?

Thank you

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james_garner

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Google is your friend:

Motorola XTL2500 700/800 MHz radio model number M21URM9PW1AN. This is a 35 Watt, 800+ channel radios with a band split of 700/800MHz. Radio is capable of both digital P25 and analog operation.

73,
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chaos12135

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seeing the "U" in the number would lead me to say 800Mhz
Thank you

Google is your friend:

Motorola XTL2500 700/800 MHz radio model number M21URM9PW1AN. This is a 35 Watt, 800+ channel radios with a band split of 700/800MHz. Radio is capable of both digital P25 and analog operation.

73,
N5VV
Thank you, I was googling the Flashport Code thinking that's how I could find it, it honestly didn't even cross my mind to search the model number. I appreciate your time though!
 
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