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Need Help, I have a XTS MTP Car adapter with a xts3000 uhf to go into it. I pick up this RF amp NTN132B , Will this amp work ok with what i have ??? Thanks :)
 

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Need Help, I have a XTS MTP Car adapter with a xts3000 uhf to go into it. I pick up this RF amp NTN132B , Will this amp work ok with what i have ??? Thanks :)
The NTN1322B is a universal MTVA Controller w/o RFPA.

It is made to work with the MTVA hand held cradle unit.

It is not compatible with the XTVA for the XTS series hand helds.
 

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NLE8192 is the 450-470 motorola version they are relativley cheap on ebay. TPL also makes a fewe models in different power ranges. They are alot more money
 

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It is a remote controller, &allows a Jedi convertacom to operate. The Astro Saber, & Saber convertacoms have built in controllers, which are self contained & complete. However, on the 1322 it holds some parts that the cradle can't. There is also a 1323, & 1324, & others which include RF amps in the various bands. They can easily be spotted because they have 2 power connectors. GARY N4KVE
 

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Thanks Guys. One more thing. Anyone know where I can find pin lay outs for the Motorola XTVA NTN 9027A. PROGRAMMING CABLE I do beleave ?
 
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