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Looking for UHF mobile that will work down to 395 MHz

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Dec 26, 2004
Have a need for a project in S. America for a UHF mobile/base radio that will operate down to 395 MHz, conventional NB FM. Looking for a radio that will program without hex editing or any other unusual steps. Something I can send down for a local tech to program without me having to fly down to do the install. Last time I was there I was in an earthquake and just missed being in a firefight at one of our radio sites.


Mar 15, 2010
Look at ICOM's mobile line, the newer IDAS and P25 radios will do 380-470 in one split. I know you just need NB FM but figured I'd throw it out there. They are simple to program as well, with good specs.
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