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MOTOROLA TWO WAY RADIO GP-63

I HAVE A MOTOROLA TWO WAY RADIO MODEL GP-63 WHICH I CANNOT VIEW THE EQUIVALENT FREQUENCY CAUSE ITS A CHANNELIZED. PLS HELP ME WITH THIS I HAVE NO MORE MANUAL ON SAID UNIT.
THE tPL and rPL is the same as the GP-68 when the tPL 205 and the rPL 023 for the kenwood brand.

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Go to http://www.batlabs.com/gp68.html the manuals here should get you going. if not find someone with a frequency counter. this is alot easier than getting software for the radio.

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