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What's the best handheld radio that can operate at 40 Mhz? I have a motorola radius but no model in it. I learned from the technician that it operates at 40 Mhz. I want to purchase additional units but I dont know the equivalent brands or models compatible with the exixting units.

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    Roberta Smith May 11, 2010

    what country are you in ?

  • John L radiodude365 Feb 09, 2013

    Agreed, plus Vertex has a few. They are rare. Send me a message, I have one.

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Motorola makes a lowband model, the HT750 16 chan, 6 watt, which will do the 40 MHz band. For new it is a "local" dealer item or you would need to call your favorite mailorder Motorola dealer for pricing. (Advertising online for this radio restricts showing the price.) Or you might check eBay. Lowband is rare, so watch you are looking at the correct version of the HT750.

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