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How do I re-program my Yaesu FTC-1143 to the Ameatur 70m Band

Im having trouble re-programing, my Yaesu FTC-1143 UHF 70cm HT. If anyone, knows how to re-program this radio for use on the HAM freq. I would greatly appreciate it. I can be reached via my email: rjenkins2005@hotmail.com or call me at 623 205 6964.this is my cell.Thanks. Rick J-N7ZZV

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Hi Rick,

If I'm not Wrong, You have the UHF Model radio, and therefore can't program VHF frequencies as it's the wrong band. If I am wrong, then you have a dual band radio, which should be pre-programmed with all the correct frequencies for both 2m & 70cm bands.

I hope this answers your query.

Cheers,
Peter

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  • The only way you will receive Police Frequencies is if in your area the police run the frequencies allowed in the radio itself. Most run 800 MHz and are trunking or digital type frequencies.

  • If you have any comments please feel free to leave them here.
  • Hope this helps and thank you for using FixYa.
73, Tony

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