APX4000 Analog Secure

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kbradley06
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APX4000 Analog Secure

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Hello,

I have just purchased several APX4000 radios for use with a county wide analog system. I would like to set the radios up to talk radio to radio at a scene where the communication is secure or preferably, completely unreadable where anyone with a scanner in the area wouldn't even know we were talking. I am wondering if anyone can help point me in the correct direction of the setup of this or tell me if its possible to do so. I am using CPS 14.00 and the FLASHcode on these radios is: 002060-Q01000-9. I was not the one to order these and they have been given to me to program and this seems to be an after thought.

Thank you for your help.
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Re: APX4000 Analog Secure

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Flashcode says you have ADP software encryption. Believe that is for P25 channels. Could set that up as long as you are licensed properly.
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You'll have to license you T/A freq's for digital use in order to use ADP.
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Re: APX4000 Analog Secure

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Thanks for your help!
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Re: APX4000 Analog Secure

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Your radios do not have P25 so you can't use ADP. Odd that it's in the flashcode though
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