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Facts About Business Two-Way Radios

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Range & Coverage
Most business users need to communicate “on-site” in and around their structures. Coverage of their facility with a clear, intelligible signal is the primary concern. Wide area coverage of several miles may require use of a “repeater”. HP Series radios are compatible with repeaters.

Range is determined by several factors:

  • UHF provides the best coverage indoors and out, especially in steel and concrete structures and large industrial or multi-story buildings. A 2 watt UHF will provide better coverage inside industrial buildings than a 5 watt VHF.
  • VHF is good for outdoor “line of sight” applications and inside wood structures
  • Power More power provides greater coverage and penetration
  • Obstructions Structures, metal, steel and concrete reduce range and coverage
Talk Range
Model
Inside Steel / Concrete Industrial Buildings
Inside Multi-Level Buildings
UHF 1 Watt
Up to 200,000 Sq. Ft.
Up to 10 Floors
UHF 2 Watt
Up to 250,000 Sq. Ft.
Up to 20 Floors
UHF 4 Watt
Up to 300,000 Sq. Ft.
Up to 30 Floors
DTR Digital
Up to 350,000 Sq. Ft.
Up to 30 Floors
VHF 2 Watt
Up to 180,000 Sq. Ft.
Up to 10 Floors
VHF 5 Watt
Up to 250,000 Sq. Ft.
Up to 15 Floors

Business Two-Way Radio Frequencies
Motorola professional two-way radios use frequencies reserved exclusively for business users. There is no interference or channel congestion from FRS “family” radios. Frequencies of XTN and CLS Series are user selectable. AX Series requires programming by the dealer.

  • CLS Series radios are equipped with 56 UHF frequencies
  • RDX radios are equipped with 89 UHF or 27 VHF frequencies, depending on the radio model
  • RDX high power radios are programmable to match other models, other brands, base stations and repeaters
  • XTN Series radios are equipped with 56 UHF or 27 VHF frequencies, depending on the radio model
  • AX Series radios came with factory programmed frequencies and were also custom programmable
RDX Two-Way Radio - VHF FREQUENCY CHART
Position
MHz.
Bandwidth
Position
MHz.
Bandwidth
Position
MHz.
Bandwidth
1
151.6250
25.0
11
151.6550
25.0
21
154.5150
25.0
2
151.9550
25.0
12
151.6850
25.0
**22
154.5275
12.5
3
152.8850
25.0
13
151.7150
25.0
23
154.5400
25.0
4
152.9150
25.0
14
151.7450
25.0
24
153.0050
25.0
5
151.7000
12.5
15
151.7750
25.0
25
154.6550
25.0
6
151.7600
12.5
16
151.8650
25.0
26
158.4000
25.0
*7
152.9450
12.5 / 25.0
17
151.8950
25.0
**27
158.4075
12.5
*8
151.8350
12.5 / 25.0
18
151.9250
25.0
     
*9
151.8050
12.5 / 25.0
19
152.7000
25.0
     
**10
151.5125
12.5
20
154.4900
25.0
     

*Due to FCC regulations these frequencies (six in total) are different from the previous Motorola Legacy Series radios. This means that if you select the RDX radio in one of these frequencies the radio will not inter-operate with an XTN radio. In order for a RDX radio to inter-operate with an XTN radio, make sure you choose any of the frequencies (21 in total) that are common for both radios.

**Bandwidth for frequencies 10, 22 and 27 are not selectable and different from XTN. You might notice the communication quality differences when using these frequencies to inter operate with XTN radios

RDX Two-Way Radio - UHF FREQUENCY CHART
Position
MHz.
Bandwidth
Position
MHz.
Bandwidth
Position
MHz.
Bandwidth
1
464.5000
12.5 / 25.0
31
464.5125
12.5
61
467.1875
12.5
2
464.5500
12.5 / 25.0
32
464.5375
12.5
62
467.4625
12.5
*3
467.7625
12.5
33
464.5625
12.5
63
467.4875
12.5
*4
467.8125
12.5
34
466.0375
12.5
64
467.5125
12.5
*5
467.8500
12.5 / 25.0
35
466.0625
12.5
65
451.1875
12.5
*6
467.8750
12.5 / 25.0
36
466.0875
12.5
66
451.2375
12.5
*7
467.9000
12.5 / 25.0
37
466.1125
12.5
67
451.2875
12.5
*8
467.9250
12.5 / 25.0
38
466.1375
12.5
68
451.3375
12.5
9
461.0375
12.5
39
466.1675
12.5
69
451.4375
12.5
10
461.0625
12.5
40
466.1875
12.5
70
451.5375
12.5
11
461.0875
12.5
41
466.2125
12.5
71
451.6375
12.5
12
461.1125
12.5
42
466.2375
12.5
72
452.3125
12.5
13
461.1375
12.5
43
466.2625
12.5
73
452.5375
12.5
14
461.1625
12.5
44
466.2875
12.5
74
452.4125
12.5
15
461.1875
12.5
45
466.3125
12.5
75
452.5125
12.5
16
461.2125
12.5
46
466.3375
12.5
76
452.7625
12.5
17
461.2375
12.5
47
466.3625
12.5
77
452.8625
12.5
18
461.2625
12.5
*48
467.7875
12.5
78
456.1875
12.5
19
461.2875
12.5
*49
467.8375
12.5
79
456.2375
12.5
20
461.3125
12.5
*50
467.8625
12.5
80
456.2875
12.5
21
461.3375
12.5
*51
467.8875
12.5
81
456.3375
12.5
22
461.3625
12.5
*52
467.9125
12.5
82
456.4375
12.5
*23
462.7625
12.5
53
469.4875
12.5
83
456.5375
12.5
*24
462.7875
12.5
54
469.5125
12.5
84
456.6375
12.5
*25
462.8125
12.5
55
469.5375
12.5
85
457.3125
12.5
*26
462.8375
12.5
56
469.5625
12.5
86
457.4125
12.5
*27
462.8625
12.5
57
462.1875
12.5
87
457.5125
12.5
*28
462.8875
12.5
58
462.4625
12.5
88
457.7625
12.5
*29
462.9125
12.5
59
462.4875
12.5
89
457.8625
12.5
30
464.4875
12.5
60
462.5125
12.5
     
*Frequency limited to 2W maximum power output. When referring to XTN radios, note that frequencies from #57 to #89 are 33 new additional frequencies.

 

XTN Walkie-Talkie - VHF FREQUENCY CHART
Position
MHz.
Bandwidth
Position
MHz.
Bandwidth
Position
MHz.
Bandwidth
1
151.6250
25.0
11
151.6550
25.0
21
154.5150
25.0
2
151.9550
25.0
12
151.6850
25.0
22
154.5275
25.0
3
154.5700
25.0
13
151.7150
25.0
23
154.5400
25.0
4
154.6000
25.0
14
151.7450
25.0
24
154.6000
25.0
5
151.7000
12.5 / 25.0
15
151.7750
25.0
25
154.6550
25.0
6
151.7600
12.5 / 25.0
16
151.8650
25.0
26
158.4000
25.0
7
151.8200*
12.5 / 25.0
17
151.8950
25.0
27
158.4075
25.0
8
151.8800*
12.5 / 25.0
18
152.9250
25.0
 
9
151.9400*
12.5 / 25.0
19
154.7000
25.0
10
151.5125
25.0
20
154.4900
25.0
*Frequencies 7-9 are 1 watt only. Power is reduced on 2 watt models.
XTN / CLS Two- Way Radio - UHF FREQUENCY CHART
Position
MHz.
Bandwidth
Position
MHz.
Bandwidth
Position
MHz.
Bandwidth
1
464.5000
12.5 / 25.0
21
461.3375
12.5
41
466.2125
12.5
2
464.5500
12.5 / 25.0
22
461.3625
12.5
42
466.2375
12.5
3
467.7625
12.5
23
462.7625
12.5
43
466.2625
12.5
4
467.8125
12.5
24
462.7875
12.5
44
466.2875
12.5
5
467.8500
12.5 / 25.0
25
462.8125
12.5
45
466.3125
12.5
6
467.8750
12.5 / 25.0
26
462.8375
12.5
46
466.3375
12.5
7
467.9000
12.5 / 25.0
27
462.8625
12.5
47
466.3625
12.5
8
467.9250
12.5 / 25.0
28
462.8875
12.5
48
467.7875
12.5
9
461.0375
12.5
29
462.9125
12.5
49
467.8375
12.5
10
461.0625
12.5
30
464.4875
12.5
50
467.8625
12.5
11
461.0875
12.5
31
464.5125
12.5
51
467.8875
12.5
12
461.1125
12.5
32
464.5375
12.5
52
467.9125
12.5
13
461.1375
12.5
33
464.5625
12.5
53
469.4875
12.5
14
461.1625
12.5
34
466.0375
12.5
54
469.5125
12.5
15
461.1875
12.5
35
466.0625
12.5
55
469.5375
12.5
16
461.2125
12.5
36
466.0875
12.5
56
469.5625
12.5
17
461.2375
12.5
37
466.1125
12.5
 
18
461.2625
12.5
38
466.1375
12.5
19
461.2875
12.5
39
466.1625
12.5
20
461.3125
12.5
40
466.1875
12.5

 

AX Two-Way Radio - FREQUENCY / CODE CHART
Channel
Frequency Mhz
Code Hz
AXU4100-UHF
AXV5100-VHF
1
464.5000
151.6250
67.0
2
464.5000
151.6250
77.0
3
464.5000
151.6250
88.5
4
464.5000
151.6250
179.9
5
464.5000
151.6250
none
6
464.5500
151.9550
67.0
7
464.5500
151.9550
82.5
8
464.5500
151.9550
94.8
9
464.5500
151.9550
179.9
10
464.5500
151.9550
none

Interference Eliminator Codes
Interference Eliminator Codes prevent hearing other nearby businesses's operating on the same channel. This promotes workgroup efficiency as your group is not interrupted hearing these other users. Business two-way radios are set to the same frequency and code setting that will communicate with each other. There are 121 codes available on XTN, CLS and AX Series two-way radios. Codes are easily changed by the user on the XTN and CLS Series.

Models
Digital Codes (DPL)
Analog Codes (PL)
Total Codes
CLS Series
83
38
121
RDX Series
83
38
121
XTN Series
83
38
121
AX Series
83
38
121

There are two types of "Codes"
Digital (also called DPL or Digital Private Line)
Analog (also called "PL", Private Line or CTCSS)