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Q: Radius Mobile Programming for RICK use

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LtChuck
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Q: Radius Mobile Programming for RICK use

Postby LtChuck » Mon Apr 28, 2003 10:55 am

Here it is...Have a Motorola Radius Model D51LRA9P32AK, M216/14, Low band 30-36, 60 watt, 16 pin, with remote head. Have a RICK. In the RICK manual there are several settings for pin assignment that have to be made. When looking at the codeplug info uploaded from the radio there is no listing of the accessory information on the screen. (although a friend with the same model radio does list this info. in his codeplug)

What to do now? Are these options that were just never programmed to work on this radio? Do they need to be accessed and turned on by LAB RSS? Is the radio defective?

Any info would be highly appreciated.

Thanx
Chuck

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Postby KH » Mon Apr 28, 2003 3:54 pm

Chuck what are you trying to do here? Are you tying this radio to another? as a repeater?

???

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Postby LtChuck » Mon Apr 28, 2003 4:04 pm

Yes. Want to crossband bi-directional repeat. Extend handheld range.

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Postby KH » Mon Apr 28, 2003 4:12 pm

LtChuck wrote:Yes. Want to crossband bi-directional repeat. Extend handheld range.


Uh, crossband with what band?

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Postby LtChuck » Mon Apr 28, 2003 5:59 pm

Crossband to a Motrola Maxtrac M300, UHF, Model D34MJA7DA5CK, 449-470, 16 pin, 25 watt. The UHF radio is the "transmitter" radio. The VHF Low is the "reciever" radio.


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