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Old 12-01-2005, 4:16 PM
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Was lucky enough to get my hands on a P7170 (7100 series) System M/A Com 800 Mhz portable radio - however - I can't figure out how to get the dadgum thing into programming mode.

I searched the forum - no luck. Tried holding down the buttons on the left side - nada.

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Old 12-04-2005, 2:58 PM
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Hold down the transmit ( PTT ) and the two side buttons above it. All at the same time and turn power on.
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Old 12-05-2005, 9:39 AM
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If it has newer flash code, just hold down the PTT and power up. the top line on the display should read program. If that does not work, Hold down the PTT, main clear, and top button on the side as suggested earlier, and power up. All three lines on the screen should be solid boxes. and you are set.
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Howdy All,

Was lucky enough to get my hands on a P7170 (7100 series) System M/A Com 800 Mhz portable radio - however - I can't figure out how to get the dadgum thing into programming mode.

I searched the forum - no luck. Tried holding down the buttons on the left side - nada.

Anyone have an idea?

Scott
Slightly off the topic, Is their anyway to detect the usage of IP radios on and Edacs system
Othewise I suspect the local pd is using IP radio mixed with their regular lpe's and orions
Does Etrunker detect IP talkgroups?
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Old 12-17-2005, 1:28 AM
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Slightly off the topic, Is their anyway to detect the usage of IP radios on and Edacs system
Othewise I suspect the local pd is using IP radio mixed with their regular lpe's and orions
Does Etrunker detect IP talkgroups?
The only IP based Radio System by MA/COM is the OpenSky System. AFAIK no-one has decoded the data bursts yet.via computer software.

I hope I am wrong on this though!
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I think what he might be refering to is the EAD or EDACS Extended Addressing. There is a place in programmer to assign the radio an IP V4 address. I will look into it further and see what I can come up with.
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The only IP based Radio System by MA/COM is the OpenSky System. AFAIK no-one has decoded the data bursts yet.via computer software.

I hope I am wrong on this though!
Otherwise you can not mix regular LID with IP within a current Edacs system?
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