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Does anyone know what the cut off date of manufacture for the HT1000 is that divides determines which HT1000 is capable of being narrowbanded or not? Thanks!
 

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I have a couple of AN versions active on a narrowband system. The DN versions are the only model that will do 12.5 KHz steps as a standard. With the other models, there is a setting in the RSS that has to be set to 12.5 KHz spacing.

For what it's worth, the earlier versions of the MT2000 have the same option.
 

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I have a couple of AN versions active on a narrowband system. The DN versions are the only model that will do 12.5 KHz steps as a standard. With the other models, there is a setting in the RSS that has to be set to 12.5 KHz spacing.

For what it's worth, the earlier versions of the MT2000 have the same option.
MT2000 has to have a F/W version of 2.11 or later to support narrowbanding. Generally, if the serial number is later than March of 1998, an MT2K will do all channel steps.
 

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You answered a thread request reference to the HT1000 radio. I asked how a person can determine if the radio is or is not narrow band compliant. You replied that if it had a DN at the end of the model number, it was narrow band compliant.

I appreciate your response and now I must come to you once again with some more questions. I have over 45 HT1000 radios and I have inventoried all of them. I see that I have some that have a DN at the end. I also have a large number of them with a BN and a CN at the end.

I need your help. Can these radios be narrow band or are they too old? I know the cutoff date is April 1998. I went to the FCC web site where you can type in the FCC number and then it can tell you registration information. On that page, to the far right, is a date. Is that date the date of manufacture?
 

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You answered a thread request reference to the HT1000 radio. I asked how a person can determine if the radio is or is not narrow band compliant. You replied that if it had a DN at the end of the model number, it was narrow band compliant.

I appreciate your response and now I must come to you once again with some more questions. I have over 45 HT1000 radios and I have inventoried all of them. I see that I have some that have a DN at the end. I also have a large number of them with a BN and a CN at the end.

I need your help. Can these radios be narrow band or are they too old? I know the cutoff date is April 1998. I went to the FCC web site where you can type in the FCC number and then it can tell you registration information. On that page, to the far right, is a date. Is that date the date of manufacture?
All your HT1000's will do 12.5Khz narrowband. I see your from erlanger...we get interference from erlangers dispatch, lol
 

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I have some HT1000 DN models programmed to 12.5 frequencies. narrowband is not per channel like some , in the HT1000 it is radiowide or nothing. They been working good on 12.5 as can be expected from narrow operation. I use mine mostly for Radio Rentals,renters ruined my CP200 and P1225 too much
 

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I have some HT1000 DN models programmed to 12.5 frequencies. narrowband is not per channel like some , in the HT1000 it is radiowide or nothing. They been working good on 12.5 as can be expected from narrow operation. I use mine mostly for Radio Rentals,renters ruined my CP200 and P1225 too much
Wrong, 12.5 is not all or nothing, you can select wide/narrow, from each channels options in rss
 
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