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Yes. It is programmable to either wideband or narrowband on each channel. All current model VHF and UHF Motorola radios are narrowband capable.

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Posted on Nov 10, 2010

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The easiest way is to contact a two way radio dealer. The FCC has the forms, but they are extremely confusing. Plus, the radio shop will know what frequency band you can legally use. They can also do the programming. Please note, that radio is very old by the FCC's standards. Some models are capable of something called narrowband, most are not. If your radio cannot do narrowband, they are junk in that they cannot be licensed or legally transmit in the USA.

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The answer to your question depends on the radio model. Some radios have the capability when being programmed to have wide- or narrowband designated by channel. An example would be current model Motorola business/commercial radios such as the CP200.

Radios produced in the early 2000s were sometimes manufacturered in just one type of channel spacing. In these radios the entire radio is either wideband or narrowband.

In radios produced prior to 2000, most all were wideband only.

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The narrowband-capable versions of the HT1000 have a model number ending in "DN." Some of the previous models ending in "CN" may or may not be narrowband-capable.

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Your serial number indicates your MTR2000 was manufactured in April 1999, which would be around the time narrowbanding began to come on the scene. The only way to know for certain is to have a dealer read out the repeater and see if it is programmed for narrowband. Most-likely it is.

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