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Old 01-31-2010, 7:31 PM
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How do you program these? Do you have to use software or something?
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How do you program these? Do you have to use software or something?
Yes. You have to use software or something.
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Yes, there are two software programs you can use depending on the version of radio code. Older code will use Harris ProGrammer, and newer radio code will require Harris Radio Personality Manager (RPM). Both of these programs can be obtained from Harris and will be costly as compared to software typically used in the scanning hobby. You will also need a programming cable to connect the radio to a computer which can be obtained through a variety of sources besides Harris.
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Old 01-31-2010, 9:32 PM
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Ahhhh, thanks for the reply. Looks like its a no go then. LOL
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