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Making a List of all the series radios. (Updated)

Postby WheLeN » Mon Apr 11, 2005 11:38 am

Can anyone help add the ones I'm missing and what the name of the series is? (STX/Spectra/Syntor/Saber) I'm not including "consumer" radios (frs etc.)

Genesis Series:
Portables:
HT600
MT1000
P200
MTX
MTX 800
MTX 810
MTX 820/888S
MTX 900
MTX Classic


Jedi Series:
Portables:
HT1000
JT1000
MT2000
MTS2000
MTX838
MTX8000
MTX9000
MTX-LS/MTX2000
Visar

Mobiles:
MCS2000


Waris aka PROfessional Series:
Portables:
HT750
HT1250
HT1250-LS+
HT1550-XLS
MTX850
MTX850·LS
MTX950
MTX8250
MTX8250·LS
MTX9250

Mobiles:
CDM750
CDM1250
CDM1550
CDM1550-LS+


Cosmo Series:
Portables:
XTS 1500
XTS 2500
XTS 3000
XTS 3500
XTS 5000
MT 1500
PR 860
PR 1500

Mobiles:
XTL5000


EX Series:
Portables:
EX500
EX600-XLS

Saber Series:
Portables:
Saber I
Saber II
Saber III
Astro Saber
Systems Saber
Saber SI
SSE5000 (NYPD)


Radius Series:
Portables:
P10
P50
P100
P110
P200
P500
P1225
GP300
GP350
CP100
CP150
CP200
SP50
SP50+ (Compact)
Spirit HP (SP50+ Preloaded w/ Business freq's)
CT150
CT250
CT450
CT450·LS

Mobiles:
M10
M100
M120
M130
M150
M200
M1225
SM50
SM120


Spectra & Syntor Series:
Mobiles:
Spectra
Spectra 9000
Astro Spectra
Syntor
Syntor X 9000
Syntor XX


XTN Series:
Portables:
XV1100
XV2100
XU2100
XU2600
XV2600


Unidentified:
Micor
Maxtrac
Mitrek
Maxar
Micom
Maratrac
GM300
GTX
Triton
STX 800
STX 821
P500
HT10
HT50
HT90
HT220
HT440
LCS 2000
LTS 2000
MT500
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Postby Al » Mon Apr 11, 2005 3:55 pm

I may be mistaken...I'm sure someone will correct me if I'm wrong....but I believe the EX500 & EX600 are expert series(part of the Waris gang), and if I remember right the minnow series was the CT150, 250, and CT450. The Guppy series is the CP150, CP200.

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Postby MO_TRASHER » Wed Apr 13, 2005 2:52 am

Visar's are part of the "Jedi" series.
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Postby Alan » Wed Apr 13, 2005 4:51 am

Last few years there was the Karisma (spelling?) series. I think it was the CT150 series.

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Postby GP-38 » Wed Apr 13, 2005 8:41 am

What about Radius?

Portables:
P50
P100
P110
P1225
GP300
GP350
CP150
CP200

Mobiles:
M1225
M150
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Postby CTAMontrose » Wed Apr 13, 2005 9:36 am

dont forget the european "Skywalker" series.. haha

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Postby njh621 » Wed Apr 13, 2005 4:03 pm

Don't forget the P500, the HT600E, and the HT800 for the genesis series. There's also the MTX, looks like a MTX800 or the MTX810.
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Postby billy7834 » Wed Apr 13, 2005 5:17 pm

Don't forget the SSE5000....I guess in the Cosmo series?

Whelen...Why don't you edit your original post with the updates so we have a concise list.

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Postby FFParamedic571 » Wed Apr 13, 2005 7:22 pm

What about a HT210... I have one here Black case HT22o

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Postby mr.syntrx » Wed Apr 13, 2005 8:22 pm

SYNTRX series (Australia):

Syntrx
Syntrx Plus
Syntrx Compact
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Postby mancow » Wed Apr 13, 2005 8:25 pm

Would the maratrac go under the radius series?

Also to add,

Spectra & Syntor Series:

X9000e 800 trunking


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Postby Andreas » Thu Apr 14, 2005 2:16 am

Radioseries used in Europe

Genesis:
HT600
HT800/P210

Jedi portable:
HT1100/GP900
GP900 99ch
GP900 Fug11b
Visar 5t
GP1200 (MPT)
MT2100 (skywalker)
MTS2000

Jedi mobile (Renaissance):
MC900/GM900
GM1200 (MPT)
MC2100 (skywalker)
MCS2000
MCS2010
MCS2013

Ariane:
GM950
GM350
GM600 (MPT)

Waris portable:
GP320
GP340
GP346 Waris Minnow
GP386 Waris Minnow
GP360
GP380
GP640 (MPT)
GP680 (MPT)
GP644 Waris Minnow (MPT)
GP688 Waris Minnow (MPT)
GP1280 (MPT)

Waris mobile:
GM340
GM360
GM380
GM640 (MPT)
GM660 (MPT)
GM1280 (MPT)

Marlin:
CM340
CM360

Saber:
Saber I
Saber II
Saber III
MX1000
MX2000
MX3000
MX3010
MX3013
MX3000SP (Systemssaber)
Systemssaber

M Series
MC-Micro (conventional and MPT)
MC-Compact (R100)
M110


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Postby Cowthief » Thu Apr 14, 2005 4:58 am

Hello.


The HT200 series includes the PT200, PT300 and Pageboy I and II (Bellboy).
The HT220 series, likewise, PT400.
The MX-3xx series, PT500.

Note; the PT series are the "lunchbox" radios.
After the PT500, the radios are portables, with or without an amp.
The talkie can and is removed for programming.
My box is set up for the JT-1000 series.
It is not much of an issue to adapt it to another talkie.
The PT500 is sometimes found with a STX inside, this is not factory.

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Postby kcbooboo » Thu Apr 14, 2005 9:50 am

I don't know what "series" these are in, but they probably belong somewhere, even in the unidentified column:

MH10 (plastic, single large board, bigger than HT-600)
MSF5000
MTR2000

GTX on 800 and 900 MHz come in mobile and portable flavors, and the portables are available with and without LCD displays.

I thought the Radius and MaxTrac mobiles were quite similar, and might even include the GM300 radios. This would probably include all the Mxxx series (50, 100, 300, etc).

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Postby kmoose » Thu Apr 14, 2005 1:24 pm

Don't forget the "Steath" series, such as the FPP Railroad Spectra?

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Postby kf4sqb » Thu Apr 14, 2005 4:57 pm

The GM300 is indeed part of the Radius series. You also forgot the Radius model, belongs in the Radius group, or course! I believe the Maratrac would belong in the Radius group as well. I personally think I would include the Maxtrac in the Radius group, too. Basicly the same radio. Also, a couple more for the "unknown" section. Mocom and Motrac. Wasn't there also a Motran?
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Postby craig » Thu Apr 14, 2005 8:13 pm

I always thought the Maratrac was a Motorola Branded product and not Radius. Maratracs are at least a few years before Radius came along.

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Postby tvsjr » Thu Apr 14, 2005 9:08 pm

craig wrote:I always thought the Maratrac was a Motorola Branded product and not Radius. Maratracs are at least a few years before Radius came along.


Motorola Maratrac.
Radius M400.

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Postby N9LLO » Fri Apr 15, 2005 2:01 am

Some more for the oldies list

HT200
Business Dispatcher
Maxar 80
Moxy
Twin V
Mostar
Motrac
Motran

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Postby kf4sqb » Fri Apr 15, 2005 4:08 am

craig wrote:I always thought the Maratrac was a Motorola Branded product and not Radius. Maratracs are at least a few years before Radius came along.


Actually, the Radius M400 was the predesessor to the Maratrac. The actual RF deck in a Maratrac is a Radius mobile chassis, with different firmware and more memory to hold more channels. They may not officialy designate it as "Radius", but it is at least a very close cousin.
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Postby mike m » Fri Apr 15, 2005 8:01 am

Anyone mention the Mocom series
Mocom 35
Mocom 10
Mocom 70
Any other Mocoms that anyone can remember, I try to forget these boat anchors.

MCX series
MCX100
MCX90
?


How about the 27 Mhz ones
Mocat ?

The Old old old HT's
MH70

WASN'T THERE A 100 or 200 miliwatt spinoff of the HT220 with out the high power PA called a HT100 that looked like a pager with a telescoping antenna that came out of the center of the radio.

What category do the front programmables like the GP68 and the AP50 go in ?

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Postby Hoseman292 » Fri Apr 15, 2005 9:09 am

This is a great idea. I'm hoping once the list is completed and all of the radios are listed chronologically, it would atleast become a STICKY.

I haven't heard of an HT200 in many years. I carried a Pageboy II and a HT200 for years until the MX300 and General Electric PE series portables started appearing at hamfests and were affordable. Now that's going back a few years.

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Postby Hartley » Fri Apr 15, 2005 9:18 am

Hi Y'all,

The Genesis-looking 800/900 radios were called "Classic" - I dunno if they were part of "Genesis" or not. (Same batteries & accessories, tho)

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Postby 10-95 » Fri Apr 15, 2005 10:10 am

Genesis: HTX (Gmbh product)

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Postby kd5wyu » Sat May 21, 2005 8:48 am

I believe that the STX radios are called "Geminis"

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Postby 10-95 » Sat May 21, 2005 10:21 am

kd5wyu wrote:I believe that the STX radios are called "Geminis"


And the Saber SI is called gremlins! Oh, i mean they had a lot of Gremlins!

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Postby WB6NVH » Sat May 21, 2005 4:53 pm

How far back do you want to go ?

There was:

"Deluxe" 1940-49
"Precision Deluxe" (1946-50)
"Research" 1950-57 +-
"Transistor Research Line (Motrac)"
"T-Power"
"Handie Micro Talkie" (1957)
"Dispatcher"
"Transistorized Dispatcher"
"Industrial Dispatcher"
"Airport Dispatcher"
"Business Dispatcher"
"Police Cruiser" (1937-49)
"Police" (1937)
T-69-20A (1940-51)
"Twin-V" (1955-62)
"MP-500 " (Pack set version of MH-10)
"PX-300" and "PX-300S"
"Pulsar" (IMTS)
"Pulsar II, Pulsar III"
All the Mocom #'s

And many more I am forgetting.

Regarding other posts, the PT-400 should be in the HT-200 category. Same boards inside and almost same manufacture dates. Just a few years later (i.e. 1968-73.)

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Postby wb0qqk » Sat May 21, 2005 6:54 pm

Modar: VHF Marine transceiver
Metrum II: VHF (2mtr) Amateur
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Postby kf4sqb » Sat May 21, 2005 7:03 pm

wb0qqk wrote:Metrum II: VHF (2mtr) Amateur



Mother Motorola built a 2m amatuer rig? I never knew that. Now where do I find one of those.... 8)
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Postby wb0qqk » Sat May 21, 2005 7:38 pm

Mother Motorola built a 2m amatuer rig? I never knew that.
Now where do I find one of those....


The Metrum II was a 12 channel crystal controlled mobile
with a high/low power (25/1) switch and offset(s) for repeater
or simplex. They were nearly identical to the marine transciever
except they were Shadow Bronze in color and the Modar was
white. They were a dash mounted unit with a sloping control
panel, front facing speaker and came with the traditional Motrac
snake head microphone.

If I look around through some files, I might be able to find an
advertising brochure c1976. Spectronics (now MDM) sold the
final production run of them in 1978 for around $200 each.

I saw one in like new condition on eBay a few months ago.
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Postby kf4sqb » Sat May 21, 2005 8:00 pm

An advertising brochure would be cool as hell! I wouldn't ask you to mail it to me, but scanned/e-mailed would be great. And to think, a few years ago, I was wondering why Motorola didn't get into the Ham market. Little did I know.... :lol:
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Postby redbeard » Sun May 22, 2005 4:33 am

Don't forget the Mocat CB radios LOL.

Also, there isn't such a thing as a Syntor XX, it's only one X and people confuse the shadow as a 2nd X in the name. Right?

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Postby wb0qqk » Sun May 22, 2005 5:45 am

Don't forget the Mocat CB radios LOL.


They were a good little radio. The model 4009 was
designed for law enforcement. It had two separate
receivers - one specifically crystalled for CB Ch. 9
which had it's own squelch control. When the Ch. 9
switch was on, any emergency traffic would override
the other channel selected by the rotary switch.

Troopers would listen to the truckers on Ch. 19 and if
someone called on Ch. 9, the second receiver would
switch over automatically.

It also had "Extender" which is Motorola's trademark
name for a noise blanker.
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redbeard wrote:Also, there isn't such a thing as a Syntor XX, it's only one X and people confuse the shadow as a 2nd X in the name. Right?



Absolutely correct!
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Postby Will » Sun May 22, 2005 11:52 am

What about the MOTRAIN. These are the Railroad Motrac, part of the Transistor Reasearch Line.
The Railroad Motran, AKA MOTRAIN.
The Railroad Micor

Repeaters.
AAY
AJY simmular to the AJV mobile
BBY simmular to the BBT UHF mobile
MBY a BBY with a Motrac receiver
MHY Motrac repeater
MSY Motrac receiver, Motran transmitter UHF
Flexar Maxar in a box!
R100 German Maxtrac
MSR 2000 based on the Mitrek

Mobile.

Mitrek
Motrek

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Postby wb0qqk » Sun May 22, 2005 12:19 pm

Link to Motorola model numbers and letter suffixes:

http://www.repeater-builder.com/motorol ... fixes.html
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Postby 601 » Sun May 22, 2005 12:47 pm

How about the Expo series?

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Postby wiscomm » Thu May 26, 2005 7:19 pm

Mobiles:
XTL5000


Don't forget the forthcoming

XTL2500
XTL1500

Due "Mid-2005"


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Postby techie » Sat May 28, 2005 4:07 pm

wasn't there a Scorpio series (mx300s)?
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Codenames of Motorola Radios

Postby MotoFAN » Thu Jan 15, 2009 3:10 pm

Hi all!

Many of you know, that Motorola radios/platforms have codenames. Here, for example, some of them:

- Cosmo
- Genesys
- Jedi
- Kramer
- Lazarus
- Renessance
- Skywalker
- Waris

I do not know all of them, therefore I ask you to help to me expand this list!

Beforehand thanks!
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Re: Codenames of Motorola Radios

Postby crazyboy » Thu Jan 15, 2009 3:29 pm

Astro
Astro 25

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Postby jmr3865 » Thu Jan 15, 2009 4:53 pm

ok, now which series falls under what? pro?
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Re: Codenames of Motorola Radios

Postby escomm » Thu Jan 15, 2009 5:22 pm

Guppy
Piranha
Mackinaw (lol)

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Re: Codenames of Motorola Radios

Postby MotoFAN » Fri Jan 16, 2009 5:23 am

crazyboy wrote:Astro
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I think that it series, not codenames! For e.g. XTS3000 (from Astro series) have codename "Cosmo".
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Postby MotoFAN » Fri Jan 16, 2009 5:26 am

escomm wrote:Guppy
Piranha
Mackinaw (lol)

Year, thank. I know 2 first. But Mackinaw is new for me. By the way, what in it ridiculous?
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Postby lm2032 » Fri Jan 16, 2009 5:34 am

Mackinaw is the APX if I remember correctly.

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Re: Codenames of Motorola Radios

Postby wavetar » Fri Jan 16, 2009 6:15 am

According to an old Motorola LMPS battery spec sheet I have:

Gremlin = HT10/P50

Yoda = GP300/P110
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Re: Codenames of Motorola Radios

Postby jackhackett » Fri Jan 16, 2009 10:09 am

MotoFAN wrote:Year, thank. I know 2 first. But Mackinaw is new for me. By the way, what in it ridiculous?


It's a Seinfeld thing...

“The Mackinaw peaches, Jerry… I waited all year for this. Oooh, this is fantastic. Makes your taste buds come alive. It’s like having a circus in your mouth…Jerry, this is a miracle of nature that exists for a brief period. It’s like the Aurora Borealis.” - Cosmo Kramer

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Re: Codenames of Motorola Radios

Postby MotoFAN » Fri Jan 16, 2009 10:30 am

jackhackett wrote:It's a Seinfeld thing...

“The Mackinaw peaches, Jerry… I waited all year for this. Oooh, this is fantastic. Makes your taste buds come alive. It’s like having a circus in your mouth…Jerry, this is a miracle of nature that exists for a brief period. It’s like the Aurora Borealis.” - Cosmo Kramer

Ok, thank you :)

Here is few more info about: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cosmo_Kramer
I am biggest fan of XTS2500 and ASTRO Digital Saber.

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Postby W6JK » Fri Jan 16, 2009 10:33 pm

Will wrote:What about the MOTRAIN. These are the Railroad Motrac, part of the Transistor Reasearch Line.

We called it the Train Trac in the circles I was traveling in..

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