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Motorola Advisor II

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dat_q2b_tho

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I recently got an Advisor II pager and I have no idea on how to program it. I was hoping someone here could help me program it to go off for certain department frequencies/tones. Thanks,
Matt
 

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The Advisor II is not programmable like newer pagers. The receiver is crystal controlled and the paging tones use plug in filters, Motorola part number NLN7834A.

G&G has a list of used tone filters available: G & G Communications
 

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The Advisor II is programmable and uses PPS and a cradle. Motorola used to have the PPS available for free on their website. The cradles and the interface can be had on Ebay.
 

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Yep. Motorola did not protect the pager software like they did the CPS/RSS. They offered it for free without even having an MOL account.

There are different versions of the PPS, so you have to know what type of pager it is; Flex, POCSAG, etc.
 

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You'd need the following to program.

1) RLN6525 Advisor II Programming Stand - Lists for ~$120

2) NRN-8815B Universal Pager Programming Interface Box - $120 or so.

3) PPS Software - Free
 
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