Difference between channel P/R,& B/D on a wireless system

by Rodney
(Trinidad W.I)

What is the difference between channel P/R,& B/D on a wireless system. I need an urgent answer.

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Feb 18, 2010
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Difference between B/D & P/R
by: Anonymous

This is a proprietary channel designation that is specific to Nady. They offer two VHF frequency ranges: 170-172MHz and 174-216MHz so it's a safe bet to assume that B/D represents 170-172 and P/R is 174-216MHz. It doesn't really matter which one you choose - just go with whatever is in stock. Keep in mind that VHF is good for wireless systems that aren't going to travel - such as in an HOW or auditorium. Your best bet is to call Nady customer service for clarification since they're not very forthcoming on their website.

Nady customer service: 510-652-2411

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