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Minitor 5 codeplug

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K2NEC

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Is anyone able to share a Minitor 5 codeplug with me? I want to play around with it a little so I can get a feel for the software. From what I have seen, it's nothing like programming radios. Thanks again.
 

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I believe the software comes with demo codeplugs in the installation folder.
 

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I might still have a couple in my files from our fire departments before they went to 6s. I'll look and see.
 

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Program Files - Motorola - Minitor VII PPS - Lib

Then, pick your Tanapa number. They are specific to which model you have, which band split, etc
 

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The Lib file only has MinitorV.ini

Trust me if the files were in the zip I would have found them already...
 

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I stand corrected, I got the 5 & 6 confused, 6 has them all in there. What model/? I might have one
 

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I'm just curious to see if anyone has a pinout schematic for the connector on the back of the Minitor 5 programming bases? I have seen USB cables and Serial, and if I don't have to spend $35 on a cable, I would rather make my own.
 
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