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Motorola CT450

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JacksonM1007

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Hi, im 13 and im buying a CT450 along with a CT150. They may be outdated but im buying them for the inexpensive MDC-1200. I dont have a question about programming as i have all of it already sorted out. What i wonder is will the CT450 DO the MDC-1200 signaling (squawk) encode and decode? I know the CT150 im buying does encode (No decode as it has no LCD).

CT450 model number: AAH34SDF9DU5AN

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JacksonM1007

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Hi again, i know people have seen this post. I need some assistance if anyone is available, because i cannot find any info of value online, and the sellers havent been much help either.
 

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These radios are pretty old and low tier. Not that many people have them, and if someone knew, they would answer you. No one is intentionally ignoring you, and to be fair, Google hasn't been much help either. You are just going to have to play around and find out for yourself.
 

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These radios are pretty old and low tier. Not that many people have them, and if someone knew, they would answer you. No one is intentionally ignoring you, and to be fair, Google hasn't been much help either. You are just going to have to play around and find out for yourself.
Alrighty. Yeah these radios arent exactly very common, I was just hoping someone who had one could help, because ive seen posts about them here. Anyway, thanks
 

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Are you sure about the 150 doing mdc? If I recall the 'ct' series didn't offer mdc. But it's been a while and I very well could be wrong. Didn't see it listed in the features on my quick search though.
 

JacksonM1007

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i just found that out like 15 minutes ago, they dont offer it. The seller im purchasing it from modified it to signal. Im having the CT450 shipped to him for program and (Modification?).
 
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