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Motorola Radius GM300 Programming in Indianapolis

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bill4long

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Anyone here know of anyone who can program a Motorola Radius GM300 in the Indianapolis area? The big shot companies won't do it since it's not narrowband. They don't like to help Amateur radio people.
 

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Throw a net

Anyone here know of anyone who can program a Motorola Radius GM300 in the Indianapolis area? The big shot companies won't do it since it's not narrowband. They don't like to help Amateur radio people.
Get on the weekly 2M/440 nets and ask if anyone can program it.
There's gonna be more than a couple hams out there who can do it for you, or point you to someone who can.
 

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Do you have an XP computer? If so you can use Radio Doctor for the Gm300, and it'll let you program on Windows XP. The ribless cables are fairly cheap on Ebay from Kawamall.
 

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Do you have an XP computer? If so you can use Radio Doctor for the Gm300, and it'll let you program on Windows XP. The ribless cables are fairly cheap on Ebay from Kawamall.
Nope. I tried to get Radio Doctor working. It won't work on Win 7 64-bit.
 
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