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captainkalash
posté 30/08/2006, 18:35
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Bonjour je souhaite acequérir des motorola T7400 aux etats unis sur optactical et j'étais interesse par ces modeles.
Mais je ne connais pas les normes, je voulais savoir si aux etats unis ils utilisaient du PMR 446 comme nous.
Merci de vos réponses...
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posté 30/08/2006, 18:43
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Non. La norme PMR n'xiste pas la bas. Ils n'uttilise pas du tout les memes frequences.
Regarde si tu peut les reprogrammer si jamais.
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rsoftokz
posté 30/08/2006, 18:49
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Motorola Talkabouts, the most rugged, shockproof Motorola design, up to 8-mile range, crystal clear Motorola communication and NOAA Weather Alerts make the Motorola T7400 an ideal choice for outdoor sporting. With (GMRS) technology with Motorola engineering, this radio is the perfect companion on any adventure. Rugged Outdoor Styling The Motorola TalkAbout T7400 features a rugged outdoor case and is designed to be one of the most advanced of the Motorola line of Motorola two-way radios. The rugged grips and holster-style carry case protect the Motorola radio during any outing. NOAA Weather on Demand Weather conditions, tides and forecasts when you need them most, outdoors. A press of the button gives the information every outdoor enthusiast should know. Full-Featured Privacy

The Motorola TalkAbout T7400 has full 22-frequency capacity, and unlike the competitors, it has 99 Motorola exclusive privacy codes, so there are more channel combinations than ever. Our “Priority Scan” quickly helps you find the most private channel to give you a clear, interruption-free conversation. And when you enable the Motorola TalkAbout’s exclusive QT noise filter, radios from other manufacturers can’t access your channel. This model features an Motorola accessory connector for headset operation, as well as a no-accessory hands-free capability.

Companding - The Motorola TalkAbout T7400 has a special feature–“companding”– a sophisticated digital technology that helps eliminate the static hiss between words. This Motorola technology not only extends the effective range of the radio but also delivers clearer transmission quality. Power to Spare with these radios. They are sold in pairs.

Motorola TALKABOUT® T7400 AA model Two-way Radio

The Motorola Talkabout T7400 has a big range (up to 8 miles - range will vary based on terrain and conditions), making this Motorola two-way radio perfect for hikers, fishermen, and people playing outdoor sports. This Motorola device has Multiple Call Tones, Low Battery Alert and Accessory functionality.


22 Channels, 99 Codes to minimize interference from outside your group
10 audible call tones to get other's attention before you start talking
Backlit display
Single Pin accessory port
Requires FCC license

Specifications:
2.48"W x 8.48"H x 1.9"D - size of two-way radio
0.35 - weight of two-way radio without batteries
7 GMRS/FRS 2 Watt Channels
7 FRS 1/2 Watt Channels
8 GMRS 2 Watt Channels
99 Interference Eliminator Codes
10 Audible Call Alerts
Time Out Timer
Transmit LED
Manual Advance Scan
Talk Confirmation Tone (like saying "over" or "roger")
Audio Accessory Connector (Single Pin)

INCLUDES:
Two Talkabout® T7400 two-way radios
Removable Swivel Belt Clips
User Manual
One Year Limited Warranty


effectivement, c'est du GMRS et du FRS

non compatible et non reprogramable avec le PMR 446

GMRS/FRS sont autour de 462 a 467 mhz
http://www.ba-marc.org/writeups/gmrs-frs-freq.htm


PMR446...en 446 mhz comme son nom l'indique.....
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