Built VHF and UHF
Electric Custom MVP Repeaters
VHF, 2 meter or UHF
(Commercial, Ham, or GMRS)
Great for low powered, temporary/portable, solar or wind applications.
GE Custom MVP converted to repeater.
Small enough to carry along in emergencies.
Great for Fire Departments, Search & Rescue Teams, etc.
Items supplied with basic repeater:
- Radio for conversion (please e-mail for availability)
- Duplex modification.
- Receiver and Exciter converted and tuned.
- Crystals installed on your frequency.
- Separate receiver antenna port. (SO-239 Pigtail out of the back of the radio)
- Heavy DC Power Cord supplied. (~3 foot length)
Items not supplied with basic repeater but are
available as options:
- MICOR squelch board. (Add a MICOR noise squelch to the MASTR II.)
- Can be built with the NHRC-4/MVP controller.
- PL (CTCSS) encode and decode available with optional Com-Spec TS-64DS.
- OEM and Aftermarket Preamp
- Labor to convert your Custom MVP Mobile to a basic repeater $400.00
All sales subject to the Terms
outlined in this page.
We also convert user supplied radios.
You can deduct $100 from the stated price of the repeater as referenced above if
you ship your working radio (with ICOM's) to us for conversion.
- Temperature Compensated channel ICOM's for TX and RX from Bomar, add $75.
This option suggested for commercial service
- Link-Comm "MICOR" Dual-stage noise squelch option, add $75.00
- NHRC-4/MVP linking controller installed, add $190.00
- CTCSS, an optional Com Spec TS-64DS is available to be installed and set
up to filter the tone on repeat audio and encode on the repeater transmitter
for an additional $75.00 when the NHRC-4/MVP Controller is used.
- The MVP will not survive continuous duty at 20 watts, but for a temporary or portable
repeater will likely be OK.
- These Repeaters can be used at reduced power as drivers for add on power amps.
Thanks for your interest in our custom built MVP repeaters.
Let us know if we can help you out.
Scott @ (814) 444-9460
(Weekdays during normal business hours)
or email Scott:
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Last updated: 11-19-07 MSZ