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Icom Ut-119

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fontanei

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fireandems13669 said:
Does anyone use Icom radios in digital mode with the Apco-25 ut-119 board Just wondering how it works

I do. They sound GREAT! What do you want to know about them?
 

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fireandems13669 said:
Does anyone use Icom radios in digital mode with the Apco-25 ut-119 board Just wondering how it works
The UT-119H when plugged into an optional slot provides 6.25kHz digital narrow mode communications that meets the FCC 6.25kHz emission mask requirements for narrow banding and is NOT P25. This is a new icom/kenwood generation narrow band digital and again is NOT P25.
 

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fireandems13669 said:
Ya I did not think while posting the message they dont work with p25 I knew that.

I was wondering in general how well they work if anyone can fill me in
OK - sorry. I just wanted to make sure there was no confusion about that.
 

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fireandems13669 said:
Ya I did not think while posting the message they dont work with p25 I knew that.

I was wondering in general how well they work if anyone can fill me in
what exactly do you want to know?
 
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Well in general how they work how do the compare to other brands that sell digital radios...

Has anyone used the Icom F70 or mobile P25 series how do those work all and compare to like motorola ect
 

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fontanei said:
I do. They sound GREAT! What do you want to know about them?
Does also act as a general coveage reciever and P25 capable out of the ham bands?
otherwise would it receive 153.1500 and decode P25?
 
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