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Uniden bc898 extend

Hello to all and thanks for the opportunity.
Uniden bc898 does not cover the portions of frequency from 54 to 108 mhz. Is possible to extend such portion? Thanks to anyone

Steno

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    Thanks anyway.

    Thank's very much!

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    If you work out my request i pay with pleasure and what you want (serious)

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No, it is not possible to restore these frequencies, The only services that should be in this range (at least in the USA) are radio-control for model airplanes and broadcast FM radio.

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