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WACHAGONNADO

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Can I use the model N1671A with the mvta cradle for an XTS5000? I am wanting to boost the transmit power to 15 watts like our previous setup.
 

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Will this work?

How about a NTN8560F cradle (fits the XTS 5000) with the control unit/amp N1671A (from an NTN1340A that went with an MTS 2000)?
 

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How about a NTN8560F cradle (fits the XTS 5000) with the control unit/amp N1671A (from an NTN1340A that went with an MTS 2000)?
What band is the XTS 5000 and what band is the control unit/amp N1671A?

The N1671A is a generic model number - there should be an option number
on a tag on the N1671A and that is what determines what band it covers or
if it is a non-band specific model(no rf amp model).

If the XTS5000 and the amp are the same band you may be able to supply
power to the amp and run a rf cable from the NTN8560F cradle to the amp
and a rf cable from the amp output to the antenna.
 
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