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    For M/A Com/Harris/GE, etc: there are two software packages that program all current and past radios. One package is for conventional programming and the other for trunked programming. The trunked package is in upwards of $2,500. The conventional package is more reasonable though is still several hundred dollars. The benefit is you do not need multiple versions for each radio (unlike Motorola).

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What Motorola Radios Do You Own? (Survey)

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Feb 6, 2007
Really? Yikes... Where to start.

About 50 Spectra, VHF, UHF, 800, And 900.
2 XTS3000, UHF
9 Quantars, UHF
3 MSF5K, 900
5 MTX9000
2 MTS2000 UHF
3 HT1000
1 HT200
1 Micom HF
1 P37720N UHF AM receiver (FAA surplus)
1 VHF Alert Receiver

And a collection of Micor era microphones in about every color of the rainbow.

That seems like it's missing something. Yeah, that's the real list.

Edit: I knew I forgot something... About a dozen Maxtracs, LB, VHF, UHF, and 900. The APX7K is "company" issue, so I can't count that.
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May 22, 2010
Ada, Oklahoma
2 Astro Spectra W5 800 Mhz Trunked

1 Astro Spectra W4 800 Mhz Trunked (Plus)

1 Astro Spectra W4 VHF Conventional

2 XTS3000 Model 1 800 Mhz Trunked / Conventional

1 XTS3000 Model 3 800 Mhz Trunked / Conventional

1 MTS 2000 Model 3 VHF Conventional

1 Maxtrac 300 16 Channel VHF

1 HT1000 16 Channel VHF

2 T7400 FRS/GMRS UHF Talkabout.


1 XPR6550 VHF


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May 15, 2011
S.E. Oklahoma
1 HT 600: VHF high band
1 Saber I: VHF high band
2 HT1250's: VHF & UHF
2 HT 750's: both VHF
3 Maratracs: VHF high band, low band and UHF
3 maxtracs: VHF high band, low band and 800 meg. (Currently used as RX in the shack)
1 CDM 750: VHF high band
2 CDM 1250's: VHF high band (currently in amateur repeater service utilizing a CAT 200 controller)
2 MSR 2000 VHF high band repeaters: (currently in amateur repeater service)
2 Astro Spectra W7's: VHF high band

And even more Midland, Kenwood, Icom, UnidenPRC, RELM, and Vertex equipment.
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