Motorola HT50 Frequencies?

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Chev_am

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Anyone know the frequencies this 2-way radio runs on? The manual advises "the frequencies are inside of the battery cover". If anyone has or knows the frequencies this radio is on that would be a big help. Thanks in advance.
 

Lobstah_Guy

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HT 50 freqs

Since the HT50 was one of Motorola's first systhesized radios and is
programmable, there is no way of knowing what freq the radio is
without either putting in on a freq counter or reading the radio.
 

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The most common operating split is 150.8-162.0, If the label is missing from under the battery, then you will have to read it with RSS to be able to properly determine what can be programmed into it.
 

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Usually with *most* programmable /\/\ radios you can't tell. The only way to approx. the bandsplit would be to read the serial number. (And even then with out a proper model breakdown you wouldn't be able to find out...RSS would be the only way at that point.)

But I would assume if the radio is VHF its between 132 - 174 mhz. UHF it could be 403 - 512mhz.

... err, wow I should have read skip's post more thorughly, he said basically the same thing ...
 
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