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Tait 9100 programming?

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dispatch235

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We have had Taits for several years now, the TM9155 mobiles and TP9100 portables and have had good service out of them. I do all the programming updates but it is all conventional analog for us.
 

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Same TM and TP 9100’s although these days more 9400’s. UHF and VHF mixed mode and trunking. Either program in house or sub contract dependent on end user and system access.
 

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Thanks gents....a TM9100 VHF would allow me to have a 2 meter analog and P25 transceiver, as well as a P25 scanner for state highway patrol and the WX alert channels. think I'll go ahead and take the plunge.
 
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