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Old 12-26-2010, 3:59 AM
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Default FIF-8 firmware writer

Picked up a used one on ebay. Would like to know how this unit works. Cant find a reference or manual for this unit. Have some VX-4200 that i would like to update the firmware so i can use vmde-200 boards in them.

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Old 12-26-2010, 6:02 PM
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do you have the driver?
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By chance do you still have this thing? I am searching the web for one right now to tune our VX-4000V Vhf mobiles for narrow band. I found that there is no other way to get to the modulation settings. I would gladly pay to rent it for a while if you still have it.
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Trying to update firmware on my vx4202. have 2.23 fw file and std serial programming cable. FW2win writer timing out, what is the correct update process ?
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