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GM1200 help...

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Feb 14, 2012
Sofia, Bulgaria , KN12QN
Hello everybody,

recently I got an UHF mobile radio GM1200 , which is presently in trunk mode , i.e. total number of conventional channels is 10 . Radio will not be used in trunk mode, and convertion to conventional mode will be needed ( in order to increase number of channels) .
If I understand correctly they call the trunked type '' jedi'' and the conventional type -'' skywalker'' , or also MTS2000 .
I have read threads ( in Batlabs) how to do this, but still the procedure is not clear for me . I have the MTSX LAB, which is recommended, but don't have any idea what they mean, saying 2100 series RSS and 2100 upgrade tool ? I would appreciate your advise regardign this . I have MTS RSS 04.00 and 06.08 , I am not sure if this may help ?



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