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Ramchops

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Hi I'm looking to program a few different Motorola handheld and mobiles.
I have
P-110
HT1250
CT-250
CP-200
PR-400
M-120 mobile
Radius Mobile

I am needing to know what software I need. I'm pretty sure the RVN4191 will work on the cp200 and pr400..Is this correct? Any ideas on the others?

Also.. I'm treading lightly here and am not looking for any free software, but do the older radios such as the p110 and radius mobiles require the purchase of the high dollar software since they're so old?
BTW I am using windows 8, will that work? Thanks
 

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The only radios that do not have current software are the P-110, Radius Mobile, and the M-120. All the other radios have current software from Motorola.

If you are in the USA, The M120, Radius Mobile and P110 are not legal for LMR use anymore.


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mancow

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Hi I'm looking to program a few different Motorola handheld and mobiles.
I have
P-110
HT1250
CT-250
CP-200
PR-400
M-120 mobile
Radius Mobile

I am needing to know what software I need. I'm pretty sure the RVN4191 will work on the cp200 and pr400..Is this correct? Any ideas on the others?

Also.. I'm treading lightly here and am not looking for any free software, but do the older radios such as the p110 and radius mobiles require the purchase of the high dollar software since they're so old?
BTW I am using windows 8, will that work? Thanks
You will need a subscription for the Waris 1250 series.
Hit up p25.ca for possibly some of the others, then hit up google for the rest because you can't buy the old stuff, it no longer is for sale.

Windows 8 is a no go. You can run the 1250 in windows but the older stuff needs true DOS.
 

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Good advice on Windows 8, don't use it!. I would seriously look at getting PC that will run Windows XP and possibly have a serial port for programming if you can. That's what I use for programming mostly Moto radios and never had an issue and best bet is to keep it off the internet. You will need a serial port on the mobo for the DOS stuff anyway.

Good luck!!
 

Ramchops

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Thanks for all of the advice... So the p110 radius and m120 are illegal?? Can they be used for anything in the US?
 

Ramchops

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Also if there are still uses for these units athough limited, how can I obtain the software to reprogram. These came out of service from my FD so I cant use them freqs for general chit chat with my group so I gotta reprogram and I have several of these units so I figured it would be cheaper to do on my own vs paying a technician 20 plus per unit.
 

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Here is the software ID for these radios.

P-110------DOS ONLY no longer available unless you know some one. Legal in ham band only
HT1250----WINS-Available on Moto on line--HVN9025 current ver 6.12.09 about $295 for three yrs.
CT-250----WIN No longer available--HVN6053
CP 200---WIN Available on MOL--RVN4191 current ver 5.18 about $250 for three yrs
PR-400---WIN Same as CP 200 and this also include the cp150
M-120 mobile--DOS only no longer available--legal in ham only
Radius Mobile--DOS only no longer available --legal in ham only

And before you ask,

Magone (BP40)--WIN MOL RVN5081
GR1225-M1225-P1225 WIN HVN9054 avail on mol P1225 is still legal for commerical use, the GR and M1225 legall ham only

PR860 WIN ver 1.4 no longer avail.

Set up a MOL account and then get what you need after signinng the agreements.

Good luck
 
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