thin coax (RG-174/U style and a hooded SO-239 connector. It is a total internal upgrade and different than the USA HT600 - the control board is different, some of the RF boards are the same, the HT600 and MT1000 accessories, including batteries are the same. The NTN5596A "continuous" dtmf is needed for most amateur radio dtmf applications. The HT800 is a European model, if my source is correct it is an 8 or 16-channel MT1000 with a 5 Tone paging decoder added. There were at least four dtmf front covers made for the Genesis line. The center of the fiberglass antenna support was cut out to make room for the speaker magnet. Tax laws categorizing radios with two or fewer transistors as "toys" added to the motivation. Robert Bazian 's design. My loopstick is held to the board - or more correctly, my board is held to the loopstick - by cable ties and cork stand-offs. Yes, the display can be replaced, but not everyone has a replacement display, a 6 inch illuminated gooseneck magnifying glass, the special tools and rock-steady hands.
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The 470-500 and 488-520 MHz ranges are not available in 2 watts The manual does not list a RF board for 25-30 MHz but I know that there were a number made on 26 MHz for the broadcast industry for use on the Remote Pick-UP (RPU) channels (i.e. It's the switched battery voltage through 560 ohms. Adding dtmf to a non-dtmf radio consists of swapping the cover and reprogramming the radio so that the main microprocessor "knows" that it's there. One that holds AA sized alkaline cells, also called a "clamshell. The Genesis radios can do any standard PL tone or DPL code and both transmit and receive RF and tone frequencies / codes are independently programmable on a per channel basis. The flexible Heliflex antennas listed in the Moto catalog for the HT600 are: NAD6282A "Antenna, Heliflex, Coded Yellow (136-150.8 MHz NAD6283A "Antenna, Heliflex, Coded Black (136-150.8 MHz NAD6284A "Antenna, Heliflex, Coded Blue (136-150.8 MHz (The HT600-vintage catalog I looked at didn't list HT600 antennas in UHF, anybody have.