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SP21/SP10 Manuals

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KB8QDM

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Does anyone have a .pdf of the operator's manuals or programming instructions for the Radius SP21 and SP10? Or, does anyone know where they can be viewed on-line?

I have a few that need to be programmed, and the procedures, and freq/PL tables are supposed to be listed in the operator's manual.

Any help would be appreciated.

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Just google "motorola sp21 programming instructions" (without the quotes.) One of the first hits you will get is a link to a thread over on the batboard that contains all the info you'll need to program the SP21.

Guys, I don't think it's too much to ask that you at least try a google (or similar) search before asking for info like this. It's already there at your fingertips waiting for you to look for it.
 

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Steve, I know how to do it, it's even on the battery cover. I need the frequency table, and that is what I can't find. I'll search the batboards anyway. thanks
 

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Steve, I know how to do it, it's even on the battery cover. I need the frequency table, and that is what I can't find. I'll search the batboards anyway. thanks
I wish you had read the batboard thread first. I seem to recall that the frequency chart is posted there. And you did not mention that you needed the chart in your first post:"I need this as well, mainly for the SP21. Someone viewing this must have a link, so could you help us out? "
 
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I looked at batlabs and found what I was looking for. And I DID search for it before this, but could only find manuals for other models. Now that I know of batlabs, I'll look there first.

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