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jluisi86

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Good evening, before I write a decent size thread, I am looking for some information/assistance with a TAIT TB9400 repeater. Feel free to reply to this thread or PM me, thank you!
 

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Moved, as this has nothing to do with Harris / MA/COM / GE / Ericsson / Tyco.
Actually it somewhat does as Harris is the exclusive distributor for Tait in the United States and Tait radios sold in the US are badged Harris powered by Tait.

What it your 9400 question, OP? I am more up to speed on the 9100 but do have access to 9400 service manuals.

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Actually it somewhat does as Harris is the exclusive distributor for Tait in the United States and Tait radios sold in the US are badged Harris powered by Tait.

What it your 9400 question, OP? I am more up to speed on the 9100 but do have access to 9400 service manuals.

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I apologize then, thanks for pointing that out to me.. But since it's labeled as Tait it will stay in this forum.
 

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I saw Harris, so I figured it was where it belonged.

Originally, we (Vendor contacted Tait directly then relayed to me) that the TB9400 was able to operate in mixed mode. Long story short, the repeater shows up and can only be programed for either or (Analog OR Digital) The TB9400 was built off the TB9100 so Tait says and the TB9100 does mixed mode. I went with the TB9400 for the LSM capabilities along with the Phase 2 and mixed mode and the mixed mode was important. Is the anyway for the TB9400 to do mixed mode?
 

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Sorry to resurrect an old thread but I've just come to this bridge and was wondering if it was solved. I have manuals but am looking for training docs or better yet, a working, stand-alone mixed mode config if anyone has one to share.
 

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As far as I know the TB9400 still will NOT do mixed mode. Only the TB9100 will...
 

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Just a follow-up to this thread. The TB9400 does mixed mode with version 2.45

I have simulcast/voting working in dual analog and P25-LSM mode on my bench. Now to get it installed at the sites.
 
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