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XTS 3000 Programming in DC Area

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dctalk2

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I'm looking for a individual or shop in the Northern Virginia / DC metro area that can program Motorola XTS 3000 radios for me. I have more than 300. Does anyone have pointers to where I can go for this?
 

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You need some more posts before I can PM your or vice versa, but please feel free to PM me for more info... it can certainly be done.
 

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Funny I just acquired a couple of XTS3000's with Washington DC PD engraved into them. The two I got work great.
 

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Yeah, you can clone.
Yes indeed use the clone feature if they're all the same model with the same features. You will make pretty quick work of a bunch of radios that way. You're not the only one who has to program 300 radios at a time.
 
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