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The basic version of the Motorola CDM mobile radios. It is the mobile counterpart of the HT750, unlike the HT750, it is only available in a 4-channel version. It comes in Low band, VHF and UHF models.

The version for Latin America is called the PRO3100

Highlights of the Motorola CDM750™ Mobile Two Way Radio

Adjustable Power Levels - Yes

Busy Channel Lockout - Yes

Call Tones - No

Channels - 4

Coverage - Programming Software allows adjustable power output for varying coverage

Dimensions H x W x L - 2.3" x 6.93" x 7.44"

Display - No

Emergency Button - No

Frequency - Low Band (29.7–36, 36-42, 42-50MHz), VHF (136–174MHz), UHF (403–470, 450-512MHz)

Front Panel Programmable - No

Interference Eliminator Codes - 42 PL, 84 DPL

Intrinsically Safe - No

Keypad - No

Mil Spec - 810 C, D, E

Model Includes - Standard Compact Microphone, Mounting Bracket, Power Cable and Replaceable Button Package

Option Board Available - Yes

Option Buttons (Customizable) - Yes

Power - 1-25, 25-45, 40-60W

Programmable Buttons - 2

Protocol - Conventional

Remote Mountable Control Head - Yes

Scan - Nuisance Channel Delete

Signal Strength Indicator - No

Signaling - MDC-1200

Switchable Channel Spacing - 12.5/25 kHz - Yes

Technology - Analog

Time Out Timer - Yes

Warranty - Two Year Warranty

Weight - 3.5 lbs.

The CDM750™ Features

MDC1200 Encode Signaling - Sends information via digital signals

Caller ID Encode - Allows users to identify you as the caller

Selective Radio Inhibit - Displays signal strength level

X-PAND Audio Enhancement - Crisper, clearer audio quality

Multicolored LED Indicators - Clear, visible feedback of transmit, scan, and monitor status

4 Channels -

2 Customizable Function Buttons (P1, P2) - Program for instant access to favorite features and label according to function

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