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MT2000 f/w cutoff for UHF 6.25 spacing ?

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MT2000 f/w cutoff for UHF 6.25 spacing ?

Postby RadioSouth » Wed Oct 26, 2016 7:06 am

Searching BatLabs it appears the f/w needed on MT2000's to support splinter channels is 2.13 for VHF .
UHF different ?
Reason I'm asking is I have UHF radios with F/W R02.03 and R02.11 which are not balking at taking 6.25 spaced 453.30625
Anyone know the cutoff for UHF ?

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Re: MT2000 f/w cutoff for UHF 6.25 spacing ?

Postby RadioSouth » Wed Nov 30, 2016 5:07 pm

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