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ems82494

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Good evening,
I have been doing some research on the unication G1 pager. So far I have found that it will fit my needs well. How ever before I make the jump on buying one I would like to play around with the software. In order to do this I need either the pager or a codeplug from a pager to open the software. If anyone is willing to share a codeplug with me so I can use the software I would greatly appreciate it!
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Here's a blank UHF code plug..... I've had a G1 for a few months now and I can say that you really need a programming cradle if you want to get the most out of it.....The cradle is way too expensive IMO at $200 and I really think they need to lower their price on it like Motorola did with the Minitor IV.... That being said, having someone else program it wouldn't work for me. There are so many settings and options it can be daunting to program but it's the only way I'd be able to get the unit to work the way I want it to.....
 

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Thanks for the reply! If I do end up buying the pager I am going to get the programming cradle with it for sure. There are just too many settings and like you said having programmed by someone else won't work for me either.
 

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I noticed with the codeplug above, in the software, the bandsplit is actually listed as 450-473 MHz. Can anyone confirm that you actually can put frequencies in the 471/472 MHz range in without a problem? All of the literature I've seen specifically lists 450-470 MHz.
 
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