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Old 10-30-2012, 6:52 PM
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Nope, not even close.

You'll need MT1000 RSS which is probably no longer available.
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Does the ASTRO25 CPS program the MT1000 as well?
No, It does not
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Thanks for the quick response!
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I actually meant the HT1000, can the ASTRO25 Portable CPS program the HT1000 radio?
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I am assuming that the HT-EX-MTX CPS will work with the HT1000....
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No, the MT1000 uses Part # RVN 4017 R03.02.00 last update 2/12/2001 (DOS)

The ASTRO25 uses Part # RVN 4186 R15.00.00 dtded 9/24/2010 (WIN) for the following: XTS 1500/2500/4000/5000 and PR1500, astro spectra plus.

And there is a differant series for the regular astro, RVN 4184 R05.03.00 Dtded 10/21/2008

The HT-EX-MTX uses RVN 9025 R06.12.00 dtd 3/2011 (WIN)

However, the HT1000 is even older and uses dos program.

All four are differant and are not inter changeable.

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I am assuming that the HT-EX-MTX CPS will work with the HT1000....
No, you need HT1000 RSS. CPS was never released for the HT1000.
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The ASTRO25 uses Part # RVN 4186 R15.00.00 dtded 9/24/2010 (WIN) for the following: XTS 1500/2500/4000/5000 and PR1500, astro spectra plus.
You're 2 years behind. Latest version is R17.01.02 released 29 June 2012.
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mikeOxlong, Thanks for the update on the ver #. I am taking this info from the software matrex that I recieved from MOTO this time last year and my own records/software list.
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Does the ASTRO25 CPS program the MT1000 as well?
No, it does not. You need yet another software package for that radio. I don't think Motorola offers that software anymore due to its age. You can find in the wild if you look around.
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I think I have the HT1000 software. Believe it or not this is the primary portable radio of the local Police Department. I am going to be helping them with becoming narrowband compliant. ... ... ...
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If you need help for the following portables (Mt1000/HT1000), let me know. But keep in mind that the MT1000 is not narrow band compliant.

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Where is the best place to obtain the USB style programming cable that isn't through Motorola?
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eBay.
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Where is the best place to obtain the USB style programming cable that isn't through Motorola?
I recommend the Com Port style over the USB.
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My laptop doesn't have a com/serial port.
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Ok then check Ebay, I usually get it from ''KAWAMALL'' Ebay name, very reliable.

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Brandon,

If you're considering narrowbanding HT1000 radios, be advised that in most cases only the radios with a DN suffix on the serial number can be narrowbanded. The AN, BN, and CN models are usually wideband only.
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