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N4OGL

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Does anyone know the Motorola part number for a 900 MHz RF deck for an XTS5K? I'm trying to decide whether to repurpose it to 900 MHz Ham, or just sell it (it's 7/800 now).
 

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I can't seem to locate a 900 board, but the 700/800 boards from /\/\ are listing out at $520, I would imagine the 900 would follow suit. I cannot find a part number for the 900 board though. Part number for the 700/800 boards is PNUF3577S.
 

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Yes, I second that. The XTS5000 was never made for 900Mhz. Or atleast if it was, it was never made public.
 
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