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Request - NX5000 .DAT FILE

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dapaq2

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Is there anyone who has their NX5000 series radio programmed for DMR that would be willing to share their .DAT file with me for review? I'd like to look through it to get an idea how you programmed your radio for DMR use.

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Correct me if I am wrong but 2.5 years ago when I left the communication company I was working for, the software for the 5000 series radios is completely different from previous radio models.

It needs an internet connection to communicate to the Kenwood servers.


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Correct me if I am wrong but 2.5 years ago when I left the communication company I was working for, the software for the 5000 series radios is completely different from previous radio models.

It needs an internet connection to communicate to the Kenwood servers.


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The OP is looking for a stored "codeplug" or .dat file from a NX5300 to open with his KPG D1N software to look at DMR programming structure.

You are correct in the statements regarding that software being different from other variants of Kenwood programming. However, that has nothing to do with what the OP wanted.
 
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