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MDC issues on a HT1250LS+

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paramedicqc

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Hi,

I bought two different batch of motorola HT1250LS+ UHF. I use it on a 400mhz LTR system. When I programmed some of the radios, I was able to enable the MDC but only for the LTR system. I can't enable it for the conventionnal frequencies. What's weird is I was able to enable MDC for LTR and conventionnal on a HT1550LS+ I bought from the same police department.

Can somebody help me with this issue ?

I use CPS R.6 with Ribless programming cable.

Thanks

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Some of the earlier HT1250LS radios do not have MDC for conventional channels.
 

paramedicqc

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Oh okay. Is there a way to know if the ones I have was in the earlier part

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You can decode the serial number to determine the date the radio was built. Also model number decoding to see IF the radio is capable of MDC or other features.
 
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