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stock moto cp200 freq

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sycobiker2

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my job just picked up a bunch of cp200 model# aah50sdc9aa1an 4ch uhf i am guessing. does anyone know the stock freq and pl if there not csq. we are short radios so if i can ill use my own xts 2500.



any help is awesome
 

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Not sure what you mean by "stock" frequencies, as the radio is frequency programmable within it's band range. And yes, you can use your xts (assuming it's the same band) with the cp radios. The radios would have to be read via cps to determine what frequencies, and PL are currently in them, if any.
 

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What he means is, what is the freq of Channel One, as programmed in the radio from the factory.
 

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Yep, No way to know unless read via cps. I don't know any other way to find that info out.

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Yep, No way to know unless read via cps. I don't know any other way to find that info out.

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If you have a uniden scanner with close call function you could simply start transmitting with the cp200 in question and the uniden scanner will find the frequency and pl/dpl tone in a few seconds. Or an optoelectrons unit will do the trick also minus the tones.
 

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If you have a uniden scanner with close call function you could simply start transmitting with the cp200 in question and the uniden scanner will find the frequency and pl/dpl tone in a few seconds. Or an optoelectrons unit will do the trick also minus the tones.
True, didn't think of that.

J
 
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