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peelscan111

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Thanks everyone, it was the USB adapter.

weird because I have programmed alot of radios
using it with CPS because my radio programming computer, doesn't handle cps well so I'm gonna get a bd9
port.

next problem with this radio is, I think the receive is gone on it, I'm gonna start another thread
but if anyone can help with the parts I need would be great.

Thanks
 

n2hbx

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I never thought of the USB adapter, but I remember I did have a similar problem with one I was using. Mine worked on the XTS radios but tanked when working with XTL's

I found one that seems to work with pretty much any of the CPS. It's made by I/O GEAR. Cost me about $30 at Comp USA but it works without fail.

Larry
 
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