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Motorola HT1100 programming

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m1bpt

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Hi forum I have a large Motorola collection I have tried various rss via a ribless cable. with no joy on either mt or gp900 nor with ht1000 can anybody suggest which rss version under ms dos 6.
many thanks Paul
 

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First, dump the ribless cable and get a RIB.
Second, find out what RSS each radio requires.
Usually different radios require completely different software setups.
Early radios run on DOS; later ones' software runs on GUI (i.e., 95/98/XP, etc.)
Then come back with the exact problems you're having.
 

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Thanks for the swift response the ht-1100 is a Jedi series all my others Jedi series have been successfully programmed in dos that's the gp900 the the mt6000e and ht1000. it is a US built set of which I haven't seen many as most come via the far east.I have a RIB as well and the leads for the Jedi series. It is16ch on a broad bandwidth from 403 to 450 MHz according to the serial number. According to the Wiki very little is known about the HT1100 apart from the serial numbers. Thanks once again best 73 Paul
 

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further info

The details of the HT1100 are as follows
MOTOROLA HT1100 UHF RADIO Model: H01RDG9AN3AN Type:pJ502C
The message on the RSS is incompatible programmer radio not read
kindest regards Paul
 

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You'll have to figure out what country the radio was sold in and purchase the RSS/CPS from Motorola in that country.

I once had an MT2100 that needed Euro RSS. I ended up flashing it into an MT2000 so I could use it with North American RSS.
 

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Really into a MT2000?
I´ve never seen unencryted MT(S)2000 firmware.
I found only the GM/GP1200,MC/MT2100 and MTS201x firmware,in unencrypted s-record format.

Dieter
 
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