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Motorola 800 MHz channel numbers

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W4KRR

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Is there a chart or table available online showing what the Motorola assigned channel numbers are for the 800MHz band before and after rebanding?
 

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Your best bet is to google it. Put in Motorola rebanded systems. It will give you a website that shows the before and after frequency number chart. One thing you should know is that it is possible but not used often is that any PS agency's can have their system when rebanded use what they call the shuffled band plan which pretty much means they can have the motorola channel ID's shifted so that their TRS does not follow the standard rebanding charts. They do this if they are in an area that has a high chance of idiots attempting to use real motorola 2 way radios intead of scanners. We are a private SMR operator and we had or system set up with this feature along with disabling non used talkgroups because of this situation.
 

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So this, in that thread, is not what you're looking for? :confused:
In fact, that is exactly what I am looking for. But I did try both searching on this site, and using Google, but I guess I missed it the first time around.

Actually I did find something using Google, but the info seemed to be incorrect, or not exactly what I was looking for.

So I will say both thank you to all, and I'm sorry for the aggravation, at the same time.
 
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