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DOSE ANYONE KNOW WHAT THE FREQ RANGE FOR THE UHF MOTOROLA SP 50. ?

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Model numbers P94YQT00G2 and P94YQT20G2 are 450-470 MHz.

Model numbers P94YQT00G3 and P94YQT20G3 are 470-490 MHz.

If the radio is the SP50+ (aka SP50 Compact) model number P94YQS00G2 or P94YQS20G2 it is 450-470 MHz

The reference in the model numbers between the "00" and the "20" refers to whether the radio is 25K or 12.5K channel spacing.

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