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Programming Software for GE MLS II Radios

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I have 3 MLS 2 Radios and i can buy a Cable for the computer, But i cant find the software anywhere. I have been looking for about a year now and I need these radios to work.

Any suggestions on where i can get it?
 

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GE sold their radio division to M/A-Com who became Tyco M/A-Com who sold to Harris.

So Harris would be my first stop if I was you.
 

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There's a guy on eBay that will program and align your radios for $25 including return shipping
 
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the thing with that is, I want to be able to change it all the time. with two channels, i cant use many frequencys

waste of money for me.

But i may have to do that if there is no posibility i can ever find this one piece of software
 

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GE MLS II Programming

I have several MLS II radios, and have been trying to program them. When I read the radio the software shows to be working normally, and when I put the information into the program I want in the radio, and use (Control E) because it's out of band, it shows to work also. Where the confusing part is and I hope somebody can tell me what I need to do, after it shows that the radio has received the data and it is suppose to be programmed with the new information, I check it with my analyzer and it still has the original programmed information in it. Can somebody explain this to me, and what I need to do to fix this. Wrong version software maybe?
 
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