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I'm sure this question has been asked a thousand times but what is the chances of programming a M/A Com P7100ip to Non-Affiliate with a P25 Trunk system that has a BEE00 OR BEE09? Without a system key.
 

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If you are on RPM R10, you can program any P25-T systems aside from:

Code:
BEE07:
40F    ARMER

BEE00:
1BD    Louisiana LWIN
1A7    Texas TXWARN
348    Ohio MARCS    
2A5    Tennessee TACN
188    Arkansas AWIN

BEE09:
13E Texas/Austin GATRRS
 

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Where would I go to get that done on mine? I just want to monitor. No transmit whatsoever. I know it states Phase II but the majority of talk Groups in my area are still using Phase I modulation. Any help would greatly be appreciated.
 

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To program TACN without having the correct AAC System Key, requires RPM R08 or earlier (which includes Radio Programmer 17c through R20c).

And for any Phase-2 comms, requires RPM R10b07 or later!

Hopefully some computer savvy user out there will figure out how to disable the ACC requirement in RPM.
 
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So a P7100 can do P25 trunking with Phase II? How do you get the older software versions? If the radio has already been programmed with a newer version, will the older version still work?
 

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So a P7100 can do P25 trunking with Phase II? How do you get the older software versions? If the radio has already been programmed with a newer version, will the older version still work?


P7100 only does Phase-1

P7200 and later does Phase-1 and Phase-2.


The earliest revision of software that supports Phase-2 is RPM R10b07, for any model of radio which supports the mode.
 
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