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esfd283

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Question regarding narrowband for Minitor V. Is there a field you program where you indicate 12.5mhz or is it just that the pager will allow you to program narrowbanded frequencies???
 

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Just put the narrow band freq. in and uncheck the wide band box under function switches. It is done this way so that if Channel 1 is wide and Channel 2 is narrow you can check or uncheck wide band for each switch position.
 

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Thanks

We are changing our paging frequency from wideband to narrowband and we were wondering how much work we had to do to the pagers themselves. Does not sound like much. Thanks.
 

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We are changing our paging frequency from wideband to narrowband and we were wondering how much work we had to do to the pagers themselves. Does not sound like much. Thanks.
Specifically, it is on the function knob tab. There is a wide band check box next to each selector knob option. As stated above, simply uncheck.
 
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