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HT 1250 LS programming for Analog system

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I have a HT 1250 LS radio that I want to program for the following frequencies. I've asked someone if I could get it programmed for this particular system but I was told that their radios work off of 200mhz and they told is 190mhz, this doesn't sound right because they use the HT 1250 LS also...

217.51250 217.56250 217.61250 217.66250 217.71250 217.76250

These are the frequencies that I need to program the radio to scan and transmit on, can someone help me with this?

1. Can this be done?
2. What software, cables, etc.. do I need

I appreciate any help that someone can offer me.
 

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I have a HT 1250 LS radio that I want to program for the following frequencies. I've asked someone if I could get it programmed for this particular system but I was told that their radios work off of 200mhz and they told is 190mhz, this doesn't sound right because they use the HT 1250 LS also...

217.51250 217.56250 217.61250 217.66250 217.71250 217.76250

These are the frequencies that I need to program the radio to scan and transmit on, can someone help me with this?

1. Can this be done?
2. What software, cables, etc.. do I need

I appreciate any help that someone can offer me.
Model number of the radio, please. Without that, it is not possible to tell you what radio can or can not do.

The software is HVN9025 and it costs $265 from Motorola for a three subscription. The Motorola ribless cable is at least another $100.

I have said this a number of times before about the CDM's and Pro series portables; The software is complex and there is a very steep learning curve to using it correctly.

If this is a one time program, you are far, far better off to take it to a Motorola shop and have them do it. You'll know that it is done right and you will have saved a bunch of money. Typical programming costs for a simple job like this would run less than $50.
 

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Can you recommend any reputable Motorola shops around North Jersey area within 50 miles that could help me out? Your suggestion to have them do it sounds better then spending extra money to try to do it myself, as it is a one time thing.
 

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Can you recommend any reputable Motorola shops around North Jersey area within 50 miles that could help me out? Your suggestion to have them do it sounds better then spending extra money to try to do it myself, as it is a one time thing.
I am way upstate in the Adirondacks so I can't really offer any suggestions about dealers in NJ. (Perhaps you thought I was in NYC?)

Let your fingers do the walking through the yellow pages.
 
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