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Midland 70 1337b. I need to find the mic port pinouts for programming this radio.

I've constructed a multi-radio programmer and need to know the pinouts for programming a 70-1337b. My programmer ports ITXD, RTXD, RRXD, IRXD, VINREF, VOUT, and GND

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Did you check the manufactures web site

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It sounds like interference.. I wouldn't worry about it too much.

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Your FV500 radio has 11 GMRS/FRS 12.5k frequencies pre-programmed into the radio, which cannot be changed. Here is a link to the user guide

You will be limited to the 11 frequencies shown in the upper right of the guide. You could however, reprogram your PRO and EP radios to match the FV500. Note: These frequencies are limited to 1 watt or less.

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SOURCE: where does the charger plug in??

Did you recieve a manual with this radio? It usually states where the charger plugs into...

As my experience with other handies like this recalls, it should take the charger in either the mic or ear jack... (provided there are not any other jacks meant for the charger)

Best way is to obtain a manual from the supplier if you want to make 100% shure!



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