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Motorola Minitor IV

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codymw623

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Does anyone know what the latest Firmware is for Motorola Minitor IV UHF. Is there updated firware out there for either the IV or V.

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Cody
 

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Also are the Minitor IV narrowbanded capable. For some reason i seem to be having an issue with the pager receiving transmissions when i have it selected to monitor. All the transmissions are scratchy and cut in and out the whole time. Is there a way to fix this. I looked at a Minitor V programming. Now i know there two different pagers but under the General Tab where it says Mhz it shows a 45. Now with my Minitor IV under the General Tab it shows a 21.4 Mhz. What is that and is that the reason why its cutting transmissions off.
 

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The Minitor IV is NOT narrowband compatible. It almost sounds like your squelch setting is to high.
 

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Minitor I, II, III, and IV all will work after the set narrow banding date. Now the transmissions may come in scratchy or scattered. A Minitor V is the only pager capable of narrowband.

With that being said is this problem all of a sudden or has it been happening for awhile?
 
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