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Need Info on Motorola Syntor X

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jay12

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Hello,
I'm trying to find information on a Motorola Smartnet Syntor X , the model number on this unit is - T45KEJ5G26AK . I'm trying to find out if its the 800Mhz Band With, and how many Channels it is capable of holding and if there is somewhere to find manuals for these radios i looked on the Internet but I can't find anything on this model if anyone has any information on this model or knows where to find some I'd really appreciate it

Thank You ,
Jacob .
 

Highpockets

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Hello,
I'm trying to find information on a Motorola Smartnet Syntor X , the model number on this unit is - T45KEJ5G26AK . I'm trying to find out if its the 800Mhz Band With, and how many Channels it is capable of holding and if there is somewhere to find manuals for these radios i looked on the Internet but I can't find anything on this model if anyone has any information on this model or knows where to find some I'd really appreciate it

Thank You ,
Jacob .
I don't know if you looked here yet, check it out:

Batwing Laboratories
 

petnrdx

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T45 Syntor X

That should be an 800 mhz radio.
They were a pretty early trunking radio, and very difficult to get programmed.
Look for Mike Blenderman's Syntor site.
Probably the best info on the Syntor line.
 
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