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I have a G5 from my neighbor how do I tell what UHF split it is

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Model number. I am sure there are better resources, but you can try comparing here:


G5B64BF-SXUCEN is 400-470
G5B64BF-SXUDEN is 450-520

If I had to guess G5B64BF-SXUBEN is probably going to be the federal range (380MHz)
 

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Go to the information submenu. It will tell you the main and sub band of the pager
(Don't know why the image rotated on me when uploading it)

If you turn your head, you'll see the sub band is UHF-D, which means it covers 450 - 520. UHF-C would cover 400 - 470Mhz
 

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Model number. I am sure there are better resources, but you can try comparing here:


G5B64BF-SXUCEN is 400-470
G5B64BF-SXUDEN is 450-520

If I had to guess G5B64BF-SXUBEN is probably going to be the federal range (380MHz)
'B' is 380-430MHz. You don't have to guess - just go to C1 in PPS (Create New Profile), and select each model - it'll show the "RF Band".
 
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