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CE 52 ver 4.85

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clrudolph

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I have several vx2500x mobile i need to program for our Search and Rescue Team.

Does anyone have the CE52 ver 4.85 software they'd be willing to donate a download to our SAR team??

Thanks.

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If you search the Internet there are several places to download it for free. I also have a request for a version of CE52 that will program amateur freqs, all the ones I've downloaded will not go into the ham bands on a VHF and UHF VX-3200 series. I've tried V1.25 and V4.85.
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Thanks very much for hosting a download and I grabbed a copy. I haven't read a radio with it yet but tried entering a UHF frequency in the 440MHz range and it keeps defaulting to 450.00000. Will this version allow programming in the 2m and 440MHz range? If so what is the secret?
Thannks again,
prcguy


You should be able to request access to the software downloads for free by visiting the following site:

https://businessonline.vertexstandard.com

But I figured I'll help you out. Below is a link to download the firmware and software. They are the only ones listed for the VX-2500/3200 NON-LTR.

I will disable the link in 24 hours.

Link - http://1drv.ms/1o3A5A9
 

Kf4mnc

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I have no idea. There was only one version of software available for that radio, LTR excluded.

In my experience there are typically two versions available:
Non-USA - Wideband
USA - Narrowband

That radio only had the one listed so I don't know.

I'd give Vertex Standard tech support a call. The have always been very helpful.
1-800-283-7839
 

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A little more searching and I found a version of CE-52 that allows programing amateur freqs. See: CE52E v.3.00b programming software - Then change the download file extension to zip and run the install program.
prcguy


I have no idea. There was only one version of software available for that radio, LTR excluded.

In my experience there are typically two versions available:
Non-USA - Wideband
USA - Narrowband

That radio only had the one listed so I don't know.

I'd give Vertex Standard tech support a call. The have always been very helpful.
1-800-283-7839
 
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