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HT-1250 UHF 403-470 - Expanded RX

Postby N9NU » Tue Sep 05, 2017 10:18 am

Hi guys

Is there ANY way to program in via the CPS a frequency of 470.3875 & 473.3875 in a radio with a 403-470 split ? I know the old DOS method for other radios, however, I just need to receive this frequency if at all possible. I have access to all CPS versions & firmwares released

Is there a way the cheat via the CPS or trick out the codepug, etc, etc ? I figured there has to be some way. Is it possible to 'tell the CPS' that it is 440-476 or something. If not, so be it.

Tnx'

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