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Motorola 2-Way Trunked Radio System
FS: Motorola 2-Way Trunked Radio System "Maxtrac
800" (410) Baltimore,
The Motorola model number on the five radios is "D35MQA5GB1BK".
Maryland, MD area
Dear News Readers,
I am selling my 5 unit, 2 base station Motorola 2-Way Trunked Programmable
Radio System "Maxtrac 800". It runs on 800 megahertz
frequencies. I will
sell the system whole or separately.
I am asking $750 for the system complete. All offers will be considered!
"BEST OFFER" GETS THE RADIOS !
The system specifically consists of:
5 Motorola 2-Way Trunked 800 MHz Mobile Radios "Maxtrac 800"
15W 1 System / 1 Subfleet ($3,907.50 new)
2 Base Control Stations ($748.00 new)
1 Deskset Base Station Extension ($434.11 new)
is the MaxTrac 820 Trunked Mobile Radio B1 Model. I believe the system
has one system and one subfleet capabilities. The radios have a
five pin accessory jack on the rear, plus the power (positive and negative) and
the antennae connection, also on the rear.
The general description and features in the owners manual include:
The MaxTac Trunked Radio operates on the Motorola PRIVACY PLUS Trunked System
in the 806-825 and 851-870 MHz transmit bandwidth and the 851-870 MHz receive
bandwidth. The following features are standard:
- 20 Channel Operation
- 15 Watt Power Output
- 3 dB Gain Antennae with 14 Ft. Cable
- Non Locking Trunnion with Hardware
- 10 Ft. Power Cable
- 12V DC Negative Ground
- +- .00025% Frequency Stability
- 3 Watt Internal Speaker - Front Mount
- EEPROM Field Programming Capability
- System/Subfleet Indicators
- Compact Palm Microphone
- Rotary Volume Control
The system was used for my towing company, and we have reduced our fleet and
have decided to utilize cellular communications. In Baltimore, a company
called Nextel has purchased and is converting 75% of the analog 800
megahertz frequencies to digital signal only, reducing the system my radios
operate on. The system was running on 20 different channels, and will
probably be reduced to about 5 channels which might be pretty crowded in
Baltimore, depending on how may radio users switch to digital or cellular.
If you have any suggestions on any places on the internet that I should
advertise these radios, I would really appreciate your advise.