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Mts2000 out of band programming

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Mts2000 out of band programming

Postby jusromaine » Sat Apr 15, 2017 12:52 pm

I here asking. I have a mts2000 uhv model one with the frequency being 450-520 I think it is an S in the model number I tweet the cps software to were I could put in a 444. Frequency in. Is there any type of tuning that needs to be done? To be able to rx and rx on them frequencies. Thanks
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Re: Mts2000 out of band programming

Postby jusromaine » Sat Apr 15, 2017 3:08 pm

jusromaine wrote:I here asking. I have a mts2000 uhv model one with the frequency being 450-520 I think it is an S in the model number I tweet the cps software to were I could put in a 444. Frequency in. Is there any type of tuning that needs to be done? To be able to rx and rx on them frequencies. Thanks
Justin


I am sorry, Should have looked at what I wrote.
I would like to know, I have a MTS2000 FLASHport Model I. With the Frequency being 450-512. It Is an S Model. I have edited the CPS Software to Were I can UHF Split "403-470". Now would I have to tune my radio any due to the frequency Split? Or is that too much of a split for my Radio to handle.
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Re: Mts2000 out of band programming

Postby RadioSouth » Sun Apr 16, 2017 1:15 pm

Jedi's usually do about 10 MHz out of band with good results without tuning. Won't go much past 10 even with tuning, the hardware is self limiting.


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