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P7200 questions

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NewsGuy1

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I am looking to buy a P7200, and I know the radio I am looking at does 800mhz. However, I need it to do both 700 and 800. Does anyone know if all p7200's that handle 800 can also handle 700mhz ? Also, if a P7200 can do P25 Phase I, does that mean it is software upgradable to Phase II ?

And.. How many channels can a P7200 have programmed into it, and how many different systems can be programmed in too ?


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P7200

i did a simple Google it can do 700\800 and Phase-1,2 maybe depends on the flash code always Google a question very easy to get the answer that's what i do.
 

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It is a TDMA capable 700/800 radio. Expect to pay north of $1000 with those features and then some more for RPM.

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