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I have emailed Motorola 3 times and they still haven't responded. I need a portable radio, 16 channels or more that will work in narrowband as well. We operate on the 154.XXX frequency; any ideas? Thanks and have a great day....




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I have emailed Motorola 3 times and they still haven't responded. I need a portable radio, 16 channels or more that will work in narrowband as well. We operate on the 154.XXX frequency; any ideas? Thanks and have a great day...
That is going to depend on what you need. If it is simple analog narrowband, something like the CP200 family or the HT1250 group will more than fit the bill for most applications. Oh, you didn't tell us that either, so what are they going to be used for?

If you need digital, P25, LTR trunking, etc. then there are other choices.

Rather than contact Motorola directly asking such a broad question, you'd be far better off talking to a local Motorola dealer.
 
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