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Kenwood 373G and GMRS?

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Avery93

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Yes, the Type 1 (450-470 MHz) TK-373G is Part-95A certified. The OET database seems to be working fine for me.
 

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Well, I can't get the site to load. It says waiting for apps.fcc something or other and nothing. I tried a VPN and that wouldn't even allow me to load the page. I tried three browsers and nothing. The FCC ID is: alh29473110. That zero at the end could be an O, I'm not sure. If it works for you can you post the link?
 

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NICE!!! Thanks very much! I don't know why I can't get the FCC database to load. Even the link took awhile for me to load. Just wanted to confirm that indeed I could use these radios for GMRS.

Again, thank you for your time. :D
 
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