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#21 marcspaz

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Posted 01 June 2019 - 12:54 PM

If I were to do it... it would be for the fun of trying. There are enough CCR's on the market that it doesn't have a practical purpose.
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Posted 01 June 2019 - 01:54 PM

The TYT TH-9000 Seems to be the same as the Pofeng BF-9500. However it is FCC certified it appears.  (UPDATE! However it only seems to be part 90)

https://apps.fcc.gov...id=X24-MOBILE-U

I have 2 MXT-400 units but being able to program scan patterns, makes the Pofeng/Bofeng/TYT/ versatile and so much more useful.  One can use the computer spreadsheet format to include all of the menu functions on the face plate buttons.  They have 200 "channels" which frequency nicknames for the display (they don't have to be 16 or RP 16 only), coding specific repeater Tone and DCS coses  (useful in mobiles), and even change the function of the PF keys.  None of these "paramaters" allow one to program outside of the box. 

 

The 400s will be standbys for now. Always on the same channel.

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Ken Galt

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