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JT1000 Question

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r_2016

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Hi,

On the JT1000, there are 3 bandwidth settings; Narrow, Med, Wide. Does anyone know what each setting translates to in freq? I am pretty sure that Narrow=12.5khz, Wide=25khz, what does Med=?. Thanks
 

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I don't have the right documentation in front of me, but I recall it being:
Wide: 25KHz
Med: 20KHz
Narrow: 12.5KHz
 

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Yes, pretty soon though they will all be on 12.5 Khz. Thanks for the responce guys.
 
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