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Need a software for MotoTrbo

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Maroon

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Hello, is there anybody who uses any software (data application, not CPS) for MotoTrbo?
Something like this http://www.jancommunications.com/mototrbo/data_applications.htm

I have 30 vehicles equipped with MotoTrbo and four zones in my town. I'd like to be able to change a radio channel when a vehicle moves from one zone to another. I have found one software company. They told me their software will be able to change a channel remotely in next version, but I cannot wait.

Can you advice?
 

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I will have the software in a few weeks. Were converting over to MotoTrbo soon. I'm not sure of the legality so I'm going to have to ask the experts here.
 

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I will have the software in a few weeks. Were converting over to MotoTrbo soon. I'm not sure of the legality so I'm going to have to ask the experts here.
What software are you talking about? Could you please give me a link?
I saw only one software for Mototrbo http://trbonet.com It is published on MotorolaOnline.
 

Maroon

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Yes! I got it!

Guys! I just have installed TRBOnet data application. That is GREAT!
So, now I need a front connector (data cable?) for my DM 3601 (don't want to use rear for some reason). TRBOnet people told me it is easy to buy but I cannot find it (don't have motorola pricebook or somethings like that). Can you advice? may be a cable code or a link?
 

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trbonet

Yes TRBOnet is awsome !!!! I am America dealer for this software and it is super if you need any assistance just write to me

Jean
 
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