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    My dept. has Minitor I, II and other portable radioes. Anyone with an interest, feel free to email me at devolachief@suddenlinkmail.com
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    What Freqency Band Are They?

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    What Freqency Band Are They?

    They are all low band radios and pagers.
    J.J. Bichard, Chief
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    How many are there? Pagers and radios. On the radios, how many channels is minimum and maximum? Needing equipment for juniors and some senior members.

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