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Motorola TETRA

K2NEC

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Questions for all the tetra folks on here.
-Are Motorola tetra radios able to transmit in analog conventional or are they strictly trunking?
-My understanding is that with a special SIM card the radio allows DMO mode. Is that the case or can any radio be allowed into DMO as long as it's programmed to use it?
-How about features? The XTS radios have a flashcode, the XPR radios have a feature set, what about tetra radios?
-Are all the radios mostly the same or is there major differences between the MTP, MTH, etc. radios?

I'm not at all familiar with tetra programming but if anyone wants to share a codeplug for me to mess around with (or screenshots from the programming) i'd appreciate it.
 

Ubbe

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I haven't seen any tetra radio that could do analog. SIM cards are only for encryption. DMO should always be available in a tetra radio. Features for Motorola tetra radios comes as a USB dongle that are used with the programming CPS. If you buy 5 DMO repeater functions it will be extracted from the dongle with each programming of a radio. MTH are the older radios and MTP are newer models that have better receivers and other enhancements not available in MTH.

/Ubbe
 

oz1jua

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SELEX Communications PUMA has radio with both Analog and Tetra. That is the only radio I have seen that has Tetra and Analog.
 
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