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Motorola XTS and LTR

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rjk_165

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HT1250/1550 and the CDM series do LTR, I believe.

As well as the PM400 and PM1500 and maybe some others, those are just off the top of my head.
 

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HT1250/1550 and the CDM series do LTR, I believe.

As well as the PM400 and PM1500 and maybe some others, those are just off the top of my head.
The HTs and CDMs will do LTR and LTR Passport if they are the LS Plus model. I dont really remember if the LS will do because i dont remember the difference between an LS and an LS Plus off the top of my head because its been a while since ive dealt with any Warris radios, but i think it will.
 

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HT1250 is conventional only
HT1250LS is conventional and LTR
HT1250LS+ is conventional, LTR, and Passport.
Inside each brand will be a bunch of different channel options.
Some HT1250LS do 16 conventional channels while others do 32 channels Same with the LS+.
These will be model number specific. I dont have the breakdown sheet in front of me but im sure you can find it doing a quick google search.
 
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