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fire622

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Sorry if this is posted elsewhere but I was unable to find the information was looking for. I have a XTS5000 model number H18UCF9PW6AN with a flashcode 500008-000484-4. What I need to know is if I can have 700mhz programmed and if so please educate me in how I would decide this from the model number or flashcode.
 

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Ok so currently I use it on my agency's p25 I Motorola system. So this radio would support the 700 interops channels?
 

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Your flashcode indicates:

D12 B1 Q806: ASTRO IMBE Digital Operation
D12 B3 H14: Enhanced Digital ID Display
D7 B4 H38: SmartZone Systems Operation
D3 B3 Q173: SmartZone Omnilink MultiZone Operation
D2 B4 Q361: ASTRO 25 9600 Baud Trunking
D1 B3 Q667: ADP Software Encryption

Your model number indicates:
XTS5000 700/800MHz, Model 2 (limited keypad)

The radio supports 700Mhz channels. It does not need to be part of a trunking system, but the radio supports those (up to Phase1). There's no 'real' encryption on-board.

Enjoy
 
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