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Motorola Radio - Model Numbers Chart

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I apologize if this post has already be placed into a thread, for some reason, I can not find it in any of the search threads.

My question is.

I am looking for a list of Motorola Model Number conversion number chart that someone has made and would not mind sharing. I hope I am asking this question correctly or in other words, for example, how do i know by looking at Motorola 4550 is VHF or UHF, or a CP200 is a VHF or UHF by the model numbers. Has anyone ever made a complete list of all the Motorola radio list in this format? Sorry for any confusion. Thanks in advance.
 

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Someone made it, you just have to look for it. Model Specific Information
Batllabs info is very good, but it doesn't touch any radio released in the last 10-15 years.

For the OP, you really have to go hunting for individual series model number charts for newer radios. Google (or your favorite search engine) is your best bet.

I will tell you that if you can find a basic or detailed service manual for the series you're looking for, it will contain a model number chart.

repeater-builder.com has some good resources as well.

But there really is not a single comprehensive source, let alone a single master chart.

If you are looking for a specific series model chart, post your need here in this thread. I have a few to share, but nothing digital. Others may offer some as well.
 

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I apologize if this post has already be placed into a thread, for some reason, I can not find it in any of the search threads.



My question is.



I am looking for a list of Motorola Model Number conversion number chart that someone has made and would not mind sharing. I hope I am asking this question correctly or in other words, for example, how do i know by looking at Motorola 4550 is VHF or UHF, or a CP200 is a VHF or UHF by the model numbers. Has anyone ever made a complete list of all the Motorola radio list in this format? Sorry for any confusion. Thanks in advance.

The model numbers will tell you what you need to know

For the XPR4550: AAM27QPH9CA1AN the bold letter is the band identifier.

K:136-174MHz
Q:403(380)-470MHz
S:450-520MHz

For the CP200: AAP50KDC9AA2AN the bold letter is the band identifier

K:146-174MHz
R:438-470MHz
S:450-512MHz




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