Berget Radios

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Berget Radios

Post by Crapgame » 15 Mar 2016, 10:32

what frequency range are usually the berget Puxings? i seem to have forgotten
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Re: Berget Radios

Post by L4gi » 15 Mar 2016, 16:18

400-480mhz I think.
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Re: Berget Radios

Post by Crapgame » 15 Mar 2016, 21:44

So basically the same as PMR?
UHF radio 400-470MHz covers PMR, SRBR, LPD that are within 430-450MHz.
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Re: Berget Radios

Post by L4gi » 16 Mar 2016, 07:09

PMR is 446mhz, and only 8 channels. Most of the Berget frequencies were around the LPD channel frequencies. The Berget radios are Puxing 888s(not sure if K-model).
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Re: Berget Radios

Post by Sgt._Shaw » 11 Jun 2016, 18:26

L4gi wrote:PMR is 446mhz, and only 8 channels. Most of the Berget frequencies were around the LPD channel frequencies. The Berget radios are Puxing 888s(not sure if K-model).
Not the "K" model. All Berget radios I have seen were "Puxing 888".

The "k"-model would be dual-band, but since berget always uses freqs in the UHF-band, there is no need for the VHF freq-range included in that model - however, it doesn't matter if you use the k, or the normal 888, both are capeable of the UHF-band and therefore useable if you want to send and listen on the freqs provided by berget.
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