Question about Radio Communications
I have a motorola HT 1000 with the phone key pad on the front. I am trying to find out how to teel if it is VHF or UHF, I am also looking to see if I can promgram it for a fire dept. i dont realy need the phone function part of the radio.
The HT1000 is a dealer programmable unit. The DTMF keypad on the front of the unit would be nonfunctional unless you were using it in conjunction with a repeater system which allows for DTMF phone capabilities. Otherwise it is just an extra place for dust, dirt and moisture to get in the radio. If you are working as a firefighter, it is highly recommended you get a holster to cover the front of the radio to prevent moisture from getting to the component board through the keypad area. As for telling if the radio is VHF or UHF, typically the 4th digit of the model number will tell you. If it is an R it is UHF; if it is a K it is VHF. Here is a link to a reference chart: http://www.batlabs.com/visar.html#5
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