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Has anyone used the widows based programming? I was woundering if it would do a master 3, or some of the older GE stuff.
 

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Windows Programmer 17 programs about 25 different model radio, but the Mastr 3 is not one of them.
 

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rescue161 said:
Windows Programmer 17 programs about 25 different model radio, but the Mastr 3 is not one of them.
I was'nt very fond of windows programmer, I prefer they work on it a little more, Hopefully expand the number of radios it works with.
 

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They are only going to expand on newer radios, not older ones. You should be lucky they even support software programming for the MPA still.
 
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