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APX6000 portable options?

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APX6000 portable options?

Postby arlojanis » Wed Feb 14, 2018 10:42 am

I am looking at options for a VHF APX6000 portable. I need analog and P25 for repeaters and talk around, no trunking. What is the explanation for these? Q806BM Q808 Q811BR H35BU. Is QA00583 Mission Critical Wireless Bluetooth necessary for non-Motorola accessories?
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Re: APX6000 portable options?

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Re: APX6000 portable options?

Postby KF5ARD » Tue Feb 27, 2018 6:20 am

You will need QA00583 - Bluetooth if you want to use bluetooth at all. You have the option in the CPS to only turn on BT for mission critical devices or commercial BT devices, or both.


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