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Anyone decipher this portable mod number?

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Charlied
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Anyone decipher this portable mod number?

Postby Charlied » Tue Feb 15, 2005 10:40 pm

H43GCU7180AN


It looks like the last two in indicate freq band.

AN = low band
BN = VHF
CN = UHF


Am I correct?
Last edited by Charlied on Wed Feb 16, 2005 5:26 am, edited 2 times in total.

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MTS2000des
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Postby MTS2000des » Wed Feb 16, 2005 12:16 am

sounds like a VHF MT1000, high power, 8 channel. could be one of the following splits:

136-151
146-162
157-174
146-174

only way to tell is read it with RSS or open the radio and look at what is stamped on VCO module.

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Postby 1 Adam 12 » Wed Feb 16, 2005 5:59 am

No the last do do not indicate band. The 3rd digit in this case H43... 3 is the band which is VHF, 4 would be UHF, etc, ect, . The second digit indicates power and the last two ie AN, BN are revision and version numbers

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H43GCU7180AN

Postby Dan562 » Wed Feb 16, 2005 8:35 am

H = Portable Products
4 = Power Level 5 Watts
3 = Frequency Band 150 - 174 MHz
G
C
U = Universal Connector on Top for Ext. Spkr / Mic, ETC.
7 = Software Programmable
1
8 = ??? Manual only indicates 0 as a 8 Channel Rotary
0
B = Revision to unit. Original "A", then B and finally C
N = Originally SOLD with Standard accessories

More information needed, order # 68-81067C40 from /\/\ AAD (NPD) MT1000 Handi-Talkie Portable Radios Instruction Manual (Service Shop Manual).

Dan

Charlied
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Postby Charlied » Wed Feb 16, 2005 9:43 am

Well that's finer than frog hair.

Couldn't we have that info on the site somewhere.

I know I'm a low life who hasn't contributed, but it just seems it could be.

Thank's


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