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upgrading my xts 5000 from low uhf band to high uhf band

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upgrading my xts 5000 from low uhf band to high uhf band

Postby timxts » Fri Sep 30, 2011 6:38 am

is it easy to upgraded from as lower uhf band to higher uhf band ?

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Re: upgrading my xts 5000 from low uhf band to high uhf band

Postby kotaguchi » Sat Oct 01, 2011 10:12 am

No.You will have to get a UHF-2 S split 450-520MHz RF board and switch out the rf boards out of the radio.Then,you will need to get the radio's vocon board flashed with a "S"split code plug.

The RF board is $450.00 list.

Very rare to find one used or NOS on the secondary market like here on Bat Labs,RR or Ebay.
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