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CDM1550LS and a RT-RoIP1?

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I have a /\/\ CDM1550LS and a RT-RoIP1 that I would like like to get up and running. The problem is, is that I can't seem to get the radio to work with the box. The manufacture does not know what the correct pinout should be on the radio so I was hoping someone here might be able to help me out. I have the Radio Tone controller for it also. If anyone can help me that would be great! Here are the links for what I have bought.

Radio-tone Radio Over Skype Controller RT-ROIP1 - Radioshop888 KG-UVD1P KG-UV6D TG-UV2 RT-RoIP1 RT-RoIP2 Repeater Controller Speaker Mic Voice Over IP PX-777 PX-888 FT-897 FT-857 VX-177 VXA-300 KG-679 VEV-3288S V-1000 TG-UV FT-817ND FT-60R FT-897 FT-

Radio-tone Repeater Cable for Motorola Mobile Radio - Radioshop888 KG-UVD1P KG-UV6D TG-UV2 RT-RoIP1 RT-RoIP2 Repeater Controller Speaker Mic Voice Over IP PX-777 PX-888 FT-897 FT-857 VX-177 VXA-300 KG-679 VEV-3288S V-1000 TG-UV FT-817ND FT-60R FT-897
 

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I have a /\/\ CDM1550LS and a RT-RoIP1 that I would like like to get up and running. The problem is, is that I can't seem to get the radio to work with the box. The manufacture does not know what the correct pinout should be on the radio so I was hoping someone here might be able to help me out. I have the Radio Tone controller for it also. If anyone can help me that would be great! Here are the links for what I have bought.
batlabs.com has pin out charts and more on the CDM family of radios. There's also similar reference material on repeater-builder.com.

TSFIYF
 

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Let me know how this works out, I was actually curious about doing a project like this...
 

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Motorola CDM1550 and Roip-1 help

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I have the roip-1 and a CDM1550 LS. I have the repeater tone cable coming out the accessories pin on the back of the cdm1550 and plugged into the roip-1 radio port. I can successfully make transmissions from my cdm1550 and handhelds to zello and receive on smart phones. But any transmissions from the smart phones aren't making it through the cdm1550, so this tells me that there's a vox setting I'm missing somewhere. Been messing with this thing for a long time. Any help is appreciated
 
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