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Motorola Radius M-120

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Andrew402

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Does any know if you can program this with DOS box like some Kenwood's? I have been trying but I am failing.. Any ideas if its possible? If can you help me out.
 

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Does any know if you can program this with DOS box like some Kenwood's? I have been trying but I am failing.. Any ideas if its possible? If can you help me out.
repeater-builder.com and batlabs.com have a wealth of information on the M-120 and similar radios including some programming information. I'd suggest you read up on this radio on those two sites.

Just understand that except for amateur radio use, the M-120 (being wideband only) is no longer legal to operate in the US under Part 90 which includes most business and public safety applications.
 
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