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GM300's interfaced with Com Spec TP-3200

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Good morning all,

I've done a lot of searching on line but just can't seem to find the exact info I'm looking for. I'm trying to set up a Communications Specialists TP-3200 between two UHF 16 Pin GM300's as the repeater controller. Com Spec has very limited info on this model any more since it was discontinued. I've found the manuals on it but what I'm looking for is the info on programming the accessory pins on the GM300's. I know most of the pins used are pre-set but so far I've tried a bunch of different things with no luck. Do you use General I/O or another setting and what the pins are set at to make this work is what I need. It came with the factory cable to interface with these radios. Looking for a little help from someone who has one of these in use or is familiar with them. Thanks in advance.
 

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Good morning all,



I've done a lot of searching on line but just can't seem to find the exact info I'm looking for. I'm trying to set up a Communications Specialists TP-3200 between two UHF 16 Pin GM300's as the repeater controller. Com Spec has very limited info on this model any more since it was discontinued. I've found the manuals on it but what I'm looking for is the info on programming the accessory pins on the GM300's. I know most of the pins used are pre-set but so far I've tried a bunch of different things with no luck. Do you use General I/O or another setting and what the pins are set at to make this work is what I need. It came with the factory cable to interface with these radios. Looking for a little help from someone who has one of these in use or is familiar with them. Thanks in advance.

Repeater builder has ALL the answers you seek. They have very detailed info on using Maxtrac/GM300 radios as repeater receivers and transmitters.


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