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What Motorola Radios Do You Own? (Survey)

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beaker7

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Wanted to do a little survey to see what Motorola radios y'all own. Personally I own an XTS5000 VHF and x2 HT1000 VHF. My plan is at the end to put it in a spread sheet and see what we get.
 

clbsquared

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5- CM200D
5- CP200D
4- CM200
2- CM300
8- M1225
1- HT750
1- HT1250
1- CDM750
3- Astro Spectra VHF
1- Astro Spectra 800MHz
1- Astro Spectra Plus 800MHz
1- XTS 2500

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mm

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The #X is the number of each that I own
M# is the model, M3 = model 3

XTS5000, M3, 2X VHF FPP
XTS5000, M3, 2X uhf low FPP
XTS5000, M3 1X 700/800 used as scanner
XTS3000, M3, 4 X VHF
XTS3000 M3, 1X, UHF low
XTS3000 M3, UHF hi 1X
XTS3000 M3, 2X, 800 MHz
Maxtrac, 29 MHz 2X,
Maxtrac 50 MHz 2X,
Maxtrac 900 MHz 2X,
Maxtrac VHF 1X,
Maxtrac 220 MHz converted ham 1X
Desktrac, 50 MHz 1X
GTX mobile 900 MHz 1X
MT1000, 99 channel 50 MHz ham converted, 1X
MT1000 6 channel 50 MHz ham, 2X
MT1000 6 channel 29 MHz ham, 1X
P200LB 50 MHz ham, 6 channel, 1X
MT1000 UHF low, 1X
MT1000 VHF, 2X
HT1250LS+ 222-225 MHz ham converted 160 channel
Saber III, VHF full band
Saber III, UHF low
Saber II, limited keypad VHF, full band
Ht50, 2 channel VHF
MH-10, Low band high split on 50 MHz ham
HT220, VHF high band
Syntor, VHF 1X
Mocom-10, 29 MHz
Mocom-10, 50 MHz



Too many Motorola FRS models to list.
Some other mobiles and HT's that probably slipped my mind

90 % were from trades for programming services, repairs or orphans from dumpster diving left over hamfest radios that I repaired etc.

Yes I like Motorola products but I believe that my GE/MaCom list of radios may be equal or larger.


OMG,

I think that I may be a commercial radio hoarder
 
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Motorola Radios

2-CDM-1250s 1 UHF 1 VHF
2 XTS-2500s 1 UHF 1 700\800 MHZ
2 XTL-5000s 1 UHF 1 700\800 MHZ
1 PR-400 UHF
1 Astro Spectra PLUS 800 MHZ
1 Maxtrac VHF for Skywarn
 

prcguy

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2 URC-110s 116-150MHz and 225-400MHz
1 URC-104 30-88MHz and 225-400MHz
1 BC-611F 3.85MHz AM (very early Galvan Mfg that became Motorola)
1 Saber II 66-88MHz
1 Sys Saber R UHF w/DES
1 Sys Saber III UHF w DES
1 Spectra VHF w DES
1 Spectra UHF w/DES
1 Visar UHF
2 MX-300R UHF
2 R100 UHF repeaters
Couple of HT-600s somewhere
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N4CYA

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Motorola XPR 5550 UHF, XPR 7550 UHF and soon XTS 5000 UHF |||.
 

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Many XTS5000s, a few XTS2500s, an XPR6550, an APX6000, and an APX8000

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