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minitor 4 bandwidth and bandsplits

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I am trying to find out some info on minitor 4 bandwidths. I am looking to buy another minitor 4, I need low band 46.460, the one im looking at is low band as well, but I'm being told it is 30-36. Now I can tell 46 is not between 30-36, but when the programming is being done, can the bandsplits be changed or set to my needs of 46. I am not sure, but I always thought when ur came to minitor pagers, as long as the pager is in the correct bandwidth, it can be programmed to work. Example is in my case now, lowband would be 30-49, I might not be exactly positive ln the 30-49, but lowband is lowband. That's what I thought, but I'm not very familiar with this stuff. Any help somebody can give me, I can surely use it. Thanks
 

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I am trying to find out some info on minitor 4 bandwidths. I am looking to buy another minitor 4, I need low band 46.460, the one im looking at is low band as well, but I'm being told it is 30-36. Now I can tell 46 is not between 30-36, but when the programming is being done, can the bandsplits be changed or set to my needs of 46. I am not sure, but I always thought when ur came to minitor pagers, as long as the pager is in the correct bandwidth, it can be programmed to work. Example is in my case now, lowband would be 30-49, I might not be exactly positive ln the 30-49, but lowband is lowband. That's what I thought, but I'm not very familiar with this stuff. Any help somebody can give me, I can surely use it. Thanks
There are 4 VHF low band splits so you will not be able to purchase a 30-33mhz and program it for 46mhz.
 

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OK, I thought there were different ones, but I was positive. Thanks for the knowledge and the reply.
 
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I had the same problem I purchased a minitor 4 pager that was programmed to 33.680 but I needed it to go to 46.200 and 46.400 but I was told it couldn't be programmed and I got suspicious
 
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