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M1225 model Number

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cordgrass

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Are all of the M1225 narrowband? I searched all over this site and the web and cant find a definite answer. I checked Batlabs also.

example :M44DGC90J2AA
Motorola Radius M1225 Radio UHF 450-470 45W 20CH. which number or letter of the model number of the model number indicates narrowband?

I know for the GM300 for example M44GMC09C3AA. The zero after the C is narrowband.
 

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Yes, they are narrow capable. That's where they came up with the name 12/25.


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Are all of the M1225 narrowband? I searched all over this site and the web and cant find a definite answer. I checked Batlabs also.

example :M44DGC90J2AA
Motorola Radius M1225 Radio UHF 450-470 45W 20CH. which number or letter of the model number of the model number indicates narrowband?

I know for the GM300 for example M44GMC09C3AA. The zero after the C is narrowband.
The bandwidth is not part of the model number. As evfd1625 pointed out, the M1225's are all NB capable.

In your model number:
M = Mobile
4 = 25-40 watts
4=UHF
DGC = all models
90 = Conventional
J = 20 Channels (can be programmed to 24 if you don't use alias's.)
2A = All models
A = Revision level
 

cordgrass

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The bandwidth is not part of the model number. As evfd1625 pointed out, the M1225's are all NB capable.

In your model number:
M = Mobile
4 = 25-40 watts
4=UHF
DGC = all models
90 = Conventional
J = 20 Channels (can be programmed to 24 if you don't use alias's.)
2A = All models
A = Revision level
does it have to be programmed into narrowband?
 
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