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Motorola Radius M1225 - Info Please

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Sep 10, 2009
Need some info on this radio. It's a 4 channel mobile and seems to be dated 1999. Model: M43DGC90E2AA. Any guess as to wattage and is it narrowband compliant? Thanks!


CenTex DBA
Database Admin
Jun 6, 2007
Hunter, TX
You'll find everything you need at Batlabs. Enjoy that site, and use a model number decoder to answer your questions. There should be one in the link.

Specifically, this is what they say about M1225s.
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Mar 15, 2008
Sounds like a 40 watt VHF
Sure is narrowband compliant

12.5 or 25 kHz


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May 25, 2004
Groton, CT
Batlabs is great, but they don't appear to have a model matrix for the M1225 series.

The M43DGC90E2AA should be a Mobile VHF 150-174mhz 4 channel 12.5/20/25/30kHz spacing 25-40W
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