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I have a GP328 4channel hand held can it be reconfigured to be used as an ordinary uhf two way

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It should be capable of being programmed to a "simplex" frequency where you can use the radio simply radio-to-radio. This is a dealer programmable style radio. You would need to visit your local Motorola dealer to have it programmed. As for whether it will do "ordinary UHF", the radio would have to be UHF. This style radio was produced in both VHF and UHF. Your dealer would be able to advise you on which one you have.

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