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CDM Series Channel Mod

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Does anyone know if there is a mod for a CDM1250 64 channel radio to add more channels? I know it is very popular with the maxtrac's and such but I have never heard of anybody doing it with a CDM series. I've done some googling with no results so I figured I would ask here.


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Go to the W9CR wiki page and it has pretty good information.

I have a Ht1250 200 Mhz radio converted to 222-225 MHz with more channels than I'll ever used.

My next plan is to mod a CDM 200 Mhz mobile to the same split.

w9cr.net
wiki.w9cr.net/index.php/Waris


There is now updated information on w9cr listing how to mod the various waris HT's and mobiles using CHIRP programming software and a custom plugin file.
 
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