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Motorola Maxtrac?

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CDS-INC

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i am looking for the band split on this model motorola maxtrac

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Any info would be much appreciated
 

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I pretty much figured it was 800mhz, All i am concerned about is if it will do conventional 800mhz, i can not find any information anywhere about this radio
 

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I don't know where you got that model number from on the tag.

Post all the numbers that you see on the white serial/information tag on the back.

The full model number is in the fashion of D44JMAxxxxxx and it goes on.
 
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