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2003\07\07@232846 by rad0

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do any of you know the frequency of the rca directv rf  remotes?

thanks

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2003\07\07@233709 by Herbert Graf

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> do any of you know the frequency of the rca directv rf  remotes?

       Use the FCCID to look it up, they have to list the frequency of operation
in the FCC docs. TTYL

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2003\07\08@020043 by Robert Rolf

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Herbert Graf wrote:
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> > do any of you know the frequency of the rca directv rf  remotes?
>
>         Use the FCCID to look it up, they have to list the frequency of operation
> in the FCC docs. TTYL


http://www.fcc.gov/oet/fccid/

Most likely in one of the ISM bands. 433Mhz, 915Mhz.
Radio Shaft sells a cheap ($99C) frequency counter that is good to 1.5Ghz
that you could problem 'test' in the store with your remote.

Robert

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2003\07\08@184742 by rad0

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thanks Herbert,
I found it.


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> > do any of you know the frequency of the rca directv rf  remotes?
>
>         Use the FCCID to look it up, they have to list the frequency of
operation
> in the FCC docs. TTYL
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