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I just realized that there hasn't been anything put up here yet about the XL-185. Expect it to drop before too long in a 700/800 as well as 900MHz version. Includes WiFi and LTE. Form factor and accessories are the same as the XL-200p.

The XG-75p is already basically dead within the CONUS (replaced with the XG-75pe) and I would expect following XL-185p to see it continue on an elimination path.
 

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Yep, it's that time again."Out with the old, in with the new". I imagine that the XG-100p will be getting phased out soon.
 

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Per TechLink, the XG-100p's EOL was scheduled December 2016, and parts support ends 2022-05-31.



Spreadsheet (in pdf format) has EOL info on all models designated.
Thanks for the updated EOL pdf. I was wondering when they were finally going to EOL the P7100/5100 UHF-L.Looks like the P7200 will be next year.
 

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Anyone want to see the mobile EOL sheet?
Please. I know we are a Moto preferred system down south of 'ya but we still see some
Harris stuff through here from time to time.
Thanks!
Marshall KE4ZNR
 
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