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kc2lnb

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Sir,s I have a MTX 16ch Motorola radio .this was A in House radio . how can I find out what Freq's this uses. and what can this radio be used for . thank you ./KC2LNB
 

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Can you post a model number? Should be under the battery, will start with H and be a 10ish alphanumeric number. That will give a good start.
 

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800 MHz with a limited (6 button) keypad. It will do more than 16 "channels." It is a trunked (Type II) radio that has conventional capabilities.
 

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800 MHz with a limited (6 button) keypad. It will do more than 16 "channels." It is a trunked (Type II) radio that has conventional capabilities.
Thank you Sir . what can this radio be used for what application,,,KC2LNB...Ron
 

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It's useless for the ham bands. It's really only good for 800mHz conventional and analog Smartnet or Smartzone systems.
 
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