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MTS2000 Is this VHF or UHF, thanks in advance

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emcomm

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Hi guys,

I'm wondering if this radio is VHF or UHF and is there any way to determine what the band split is via the numbers below:

MTS2000 h01ucd6pw1bn 432axn0025z

Is there a website where you can plug in these numbers and it will determine if this radio is UHF or VHF ?

thanks.
 

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That radio is on the 800 megahertz bands.... if you are looking for a VHF you what one that starts with H01K, if you want a UHF 403-470 split then you want H01R, and if you want 450-490 you want H01S. and the 432axn0025z is the serial number...
 
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