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CS7000 Programming Cable & Antenna

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Mar 27, 2017
Hi everyone, two quick questions

1. Could someone provide me a part number or a link for a Harris CS7000 base station programming cable? I've searched online and through numerous manuals but have been unable to find anything.

2. Would there be any issues with using a Motorola HAE6010 antenna with a CS7000? I'm 90% sure they're compatible but wanted another opinion.

Thank you


Silent Key
Mar 16, 2004
Nowhere near a paved road, away from the maddening
I assume you are talking about the cable to program the attached radio via CH-721 control head microphone jack.

If so, get the CA-103541-001 cable.

That is what I use, when I can't access the DB-9 Serial connector on the back of the radios.
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