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Google search indicates that the Motorola GP300 is a portable
walkie-talkie UHF Transceiver. The exact model gets no hits.
The UHF frequency band ranges from 300MHz to 3GHz,
or 1 meter down to 10 centimeter is wavelength.
This includes some analog cellphone bands.
The actual capability of the transceiver
(i.e. The channels or sub-bands) probably depends on
a finite set of crystals installed within the transceiver,
and licensed to a particular end user/agency.
Your first step is to contact Motorola, and to get the
user manual, complete with full specifications.
Once you know, what the capabilities are, you will have
a better idea of what you want you can or want to listen to.
Also be careful not to transmit in somebody else's band
(any band without a license, pretty well), or
you can find yourself in a pile of legal trouble.
Even eaves-dropping on some other person's
conversation may be illegal in some circumstances.
Hope this gets you started
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