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Motorola xpr 4350

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ch-24

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what programming software and what cable would i need to program a motorola xpr4350 and how much should i expect to pay for each
 

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sorry

I was not able to find out. apperently it is a very new model and not to many people are familiar with it.
 

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I have not heard of this XPR 4350, does not mean is not true, but along with that, most XPR radios use the Astro Mototrbo program, RVN5115, I believe and the current version is RVN5115AF R10.7 $265.00
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I have not heard of this XPR 4350, does not mean is not true, but along with that, most XPR radios use the Astro Mototrbo program, RVN5115, I believe and the current version is RVN5115AF R10.7 $265.00
on MOL.
The XPR4350 is a 16 channel trbo radio. You are correct about the software part number. Cable will run you under $100. If you only got one radio, I suggest you find someone to program it for you, instead of spending the money. If you're a ham. pm me your call.
 

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[QUOT E=ch-24;2250426]does anyone know where to buy the software from i cannot find it anyware[/QUOTE]



You need to buy a license for it from Motorola.



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does anyone know where to buy the software from i cannot find it anyware
Purchasing this software package is no different from other Motorola CPS for different radios. If you'll do some searching, you will a number of post with detailed info on how to open an account with Motorola OnLine so that you can purchase it.

There are no other legitimate sources<period>.

I will repeat what an earlier poster suggested: If you only have one radio, you will find it far more economical to have a shop program it for you. Typical programming charges are $30 to $50. All the CPS products have a steep learning curve. The ones for the newer radios are even more complex. If you are trying to monitor a trunked system, this is dangerous territory. Again, there are multiple posts here about why you should not attempt this.

A small mistake on programming in a critical place can turn that expensive hi-tech radio into an expensive door stop.

I am not trying to be the radio police here. You can do what you please with or without my advice or the advice of other experienced and knowledgeable folks here. But, I do believe that you should know and understand the entire situation before you plunk down your money for the CPS and cable. People make better decisions when they know all of the facts.
 

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thanks

thank you but i already know that i have multiple programming cables and software i know what i am getting into
 
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