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Motorola gp 68

My friend has a motorola gp 68 two way radio has ask me for help regarding the tone squech since i have already my unit programed, i try but i cannot view the equivalent frequency of the channelized number on the screen.

Can anybody help with this kind of situation on how to view the equivalent frequency of each channel.

Thank you in advance.

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Batlabs at http://www.batlabs.com/2way.html (Hand Held Radios) has the GP-68 users guide(Operation Guide), on the right side I think what you might be asking is in "Basic Operation 2", if not look into the Programming section below it.

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