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airboss20

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I picked up a pait of p1225 UHF 450-470 2 channel radios dirt cheap. Model P94ZRC90A2AA.
I have no problems programming them, just curious if anyone knows how to perform a channel expansion to the full 16 on the dial.

Anybody successfully performed this?
 

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When programming you just add conventional personalities. I believe the radio is capable of 128 channels.
 

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These only have 2 channels OEM, but if I lift the knob above the blocker it has 16 positions. The RSS will only let me program 2 channels. I have made mods to the old SP50's and MT1000's that were only 2 channel and made them 6-10 channel. Just wondering if there is a similar mod for the P1225.
 

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Sorry, that video did nothing for me. The RSS for the P1225 is Windows based, and it will not let me simply add more modes.
I was hoping that there was a Hex Bit swap to make the software think that it was actually a 16 channel radio.
Thanks for trying.
 
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