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Motorola Minitor 2 sv

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W7LUU

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I have several Motorola Minitor II sv and model III. I would very much appreciate help in reprograming these to the 2 meter ham band. And if your interested, I'll share the extra ones with you. Thanks.
 

bvankl

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I can point you in a direction of somone who did programming of the 3's for me. PM me with details if interested.
 

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M2's and M3's had very tight frequency ranges and won't spread very far. For example if the pagers are VHF and currently in the 153 to 156 range you won't be able to take them down to the ham band.

If you have the model numbers you can look up the frequency ranges? Beyond that range they will be useless as they are not wideband.
 

W7LUU

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The 2's and 3's are programed for 154.3 mHz, I'd like to shift them down to 145.430 mHz. I've searched Google on the model number H03ZVC1222AC but there is very little to be found (except ebay). Yes, if you have further details please send. Thanks.
 

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The II's can not be programmed because they are crystal controlled. Getting them down to the ham bands is going to take a very custom crystal (read: EXPENSIVE) plus a number of highly modified tuning coils and more.
 

W7LUU

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Stevec0625

Roger on the crystal change and coil changes, I can see those mods. Has anyone done this? Thanks for the bit of information.
 
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