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Author Topic: Need some help ID'ing a mobile radio  (Read 394 times)
KB5QPN
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« on: March 10, 2003, 09:30:10 AM »

I posted this in Mobile Ham also, sorry if it is redundant.

I have a motorola mobile radio I can't seem to ID.

The only numbers as they appear on the radio are as follows:

Model No.: DA3DX+067W
ID No.: D43KXA7JA3BK
Serial No.: 624atn0232

FCC No.: ABZ89FT3732

I can find no other data plates on the radio.

Can anyone help?
Thanks,\
Don KB5QPN
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N2OBY
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« Reply #1 on: March 10, 2003, 11:16:00 AM »

I found the following on the FCC website (searched the OET).  Unfortunately, there is no more specific information regarding any identifiable model information...

-Ken, N2OBY


1 Matches Found For:
 
GRANTEE CODE =  ABZ
PRODUCT CODE =  89ft3732
 
Query Results:
View Form Display Exhibits Display Grant Display Correspondence Applicant Name Address City State Country Zip Code FCC ID Application Purpose Grant Date Lower Frequency in MHz Upper Frequency in MHz
 Detail


Summary
   Motorola Inc 1301 East Algonquin Rd Room 1726 Schaumburg IL United States 60196 ABZ89FT3732 Class II Permissive Change 05/10/1993 136 174
End of Report.





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Mail your comments or suggestions (To: btaube@fcc.gov)
FCC  -  Federal Communications Commission  -  FCC OET Search Form



FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20554

GRANT OF EQUIPMENT AUTHORIZATION
Type Acceptance

Motorola Inc
1301 East Algonquin Rd
Room 1726
Schaumburg, IL United States 60196   Date of Grant: 05/10/1993
Application Dated: 04/12/1993
   
   
   
 
  Attention: Ken Weiss, Lead Electrical Engineer
NOT TRANSFERABLE
EQUIPMENT AUTHORIZATION is hereby issued to the named GRANTEE, and is VALID ONLY for
the equipment identified hereon for use under the Commission's Rules and Regulations listed below.
 
FCC IDENTIFIER   ABZ89FT3732
   
Name of Grantee   Motorola Inc
   

Equipment Class:    Licensed Non-Broadcast Station Transmitter
   
Notes:    
Grant Notes    FCC Rule Parts   Frequency
Range (MHZ)   Output
Watts   Frequency
Tolerance   Emission
Designator
BK     22, 74, 90    136 - 174   60    0.0005  %   16K0F3E
BK     22, 74, 90    136 - 174   60    0.0005  %   16K0F1D
BK     22, 74, 90    136 - 174   60    0.0005  %   15K0F2D
BK     22, 74, 90    136 - 174   60    0.0005  %   20K0F1E



BK:       The output power is continuously variable from the value listed in this entry to 40%-45% of the value listed.  

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WA2PUQ
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« Reply #2 on: March 12, 2003, 10:49:55 PM »

Well, the first numbers tell me that the radio is in the 45+/- watt class (the "4") and that it would be classified as a "High Band" radio, 150 to 170 MHz. typically (the "3").  The "D" means Dash Mount.  The rest of the letter number combination give the rest of the specs, but you alsmot need the service manual to figure that all out.
There is more to know and can be found at www.batlabs.com.  There are also forums there where you can ask your question and get a better answer.
Stan
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VE2SHF
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« Reply #3 on: March 14, 2003, 10:52:33 AM »

It is a Motorola Spectra, VHF conventional, 99 channel, 45 watts with SecureNet.

See here for more info:
http://www.batlabs.com/spectra.html#1

Eric - ve2shf  
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