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Forum: Hints and Tricks
 Topic: RFI Caused by Bad Lighting
RFI Caused by Bad Lighting [message #3246] Sun, 26 March 2017 23:01
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Here is a good look at another source of noise in the shack.. You need to check all of your light bulbs. Especially LEDs. They can cause RFI and all sorts of Radio Interference with AM and even short wave listening.

 Topic: Dirty Electric in the Ham Shack! How dirty are you?
Dirty Electric in the Ham Shack! How dirty are you? [message #3245] Sun, 26 March 2017 22:58
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Here is a video of some dirty electric in the ham shack.. Check your shack and home, and even your neighbor's!

[Updated on: Sun, 26 March 2017 22:58]

 Topic: Learning CW as you drive
Learning CW as you drive [message #49] Fri, 07 April 2006 06:42
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If you are like me and trying to learn CW and spend a lot of time in your car, this may help you as well.

Familiarize yourself with a couple morse characters. Maybe print them out and tape them to your steering wheel if you have a hard time remembering them. As you pbass street signs on the road sound the characters in your head, tap your finger on your leg, steering wheel, whatever. As you get proficient with those characters try more characters but do not exclude what you have already learned. Pick a word or two off of a HWY sign and try it.

73
K4KLB


"Guns cause crime like spoons cause Rosie O'Donnell to be fat". - Ted Nugent
Forum: Hardware
 Topic: Dell SK-815 Keyboard Mapping Circuit
Dell SK-815 Keyboard Mapping Circuit [message #3244] Sat, 25 March 2017 15:06
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This will be used to retrofit a laptop keyboard for the Raspberry Pi or the Pine64 inside a laptop.

http://www.hamradio.cc/images/pine64/DELL_Keybaord_Interface_SK-8115_Dell.jpg

Touching several pins together will give you a key combinations.

These are the results so far:
25 to 10 = delete
25 to 13 = f1
24 to 7 = right arrow and 6 when numlock
24 to 10 = left arrow
24 to 13 = caps lock
24 to 14 = f3
24 to 15 delete
24 to 16 = t
24 to 17 = y
24 to 18 = ]
23 to 13 = \
23 to 8 = up
23 to 7 = delete
22 to 8 = end
22 to 13 = 2
21 to 3 = z
21 to 4 = q
21 to 5 = a
20 to 2 = /
20 to 3 = \
20 to 4 = p
20 to 5 = ;
19 to 3 = .
19 to 4 = o
19 to 5 = l
18 to 3 = ,
18 to 4 = i
18 to 5 = k
17 to 2 = n
17 to 3 = m
17 to 4 = u
17 to 5 = j
17 to 22 = 7
17 to 23 = h
17 to 24 = y
17 to 25 = 6
16 to 3 = v
16 to 4 = r
16 to 5 = f
16 to 22 = 4
16 to 23 = g
16 to 24 = t
16 to 25 = 5
16 to 2 = b
15 to 2 = space
15 to 3 = return
15 to 5 = \
14 to 3 = c
14 to 4 = e
14 to 5 = d
13 to 3 = x
13 to 4 = w
13 to 5 = s
12 to 3 = shift (probably 12 only)
11 to 3 = start menu
10 to 2 = down arrow
9 to 2 = right arrow
9 to 3 = /
9 to 4 = 8
9 to 5 = 2
10 to 4 = home
10 to 5 = end
9 to 5 = arrow down
8 to 2 = left arrow
8 to 5 = enter
8 to 4 = +
4 to 6 = right click
4 to 7 = page up
3 to 7 = *
3 to 10 = numlock
2 to 7 = -
2 to 9
1 to 2 = f10

[Updated on: Sat, 25 March 2017 17:50]

 Topic: Fixed: A disk read error occurred. Press Ctrl+Alt+Del to restart
Fixed: A disk read error occurred. Press Ctrl+Alt+Del to restart [message #3242] Fri, 24 February 2017 14:45
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If you cloned a hard drive from one computer the other and you have "A disk read error occurred. Press Ctrl+Alt+Del to restart", you can do all the googling you want, but you will not find the answers on any of them.. Wink

There could be a bunch of reasons for this, but in this scenario, the old hard drive was 1TB and the new was a 2TB drive. The BIOS set the Hard Drive to IDE mode. Once the BIOS was changed to AHCI, the computer booted without the Ctrl+Alt+Del to restart error.

Windows will blue screen at this point (Most likely the blue screen will be 7B) because the drivers for the controller are set to the IDE mode. You must change the controller from IDE to AHCI in the system registry. Take the drive out of the system and load the registry hive from another computer.

Open HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM registry hive

Note the value of Select\Current (NNN).
Go to registry key ControlSetNNN\Services\msahci
Change Start=0
Go to registry key ControlSetNNN\Services\pciide
Change Start=3

System should now boot into Windows.

The trick to this whole thing is to do this before you clone the drive! =)

Aaron

[Updated on: Fri, 24 February 2017 14:45]

 Topic: FGPA Ham Radio Controller for ICOM
FGPA Ham Radio Controller for ICOM [message #3052] Thu, 01 January 2015 11:51
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Icom's PCR-1000 radio has a 9 pin serial interface for the controller. Usually this is done through a PC and software. Since the industry is going towards microcontrollers and FPGAs, I decided to make a simple controller with an FPGA to see if it was possible. The software that ICOM has is limited to what they offer. It is not open source, so modifying the software to do what you want is impossible. Watch the video for the implementation on an FPGA:

http://youtu.be/U8-av2e75oQ


KC2NDA
Forum: Repairs
 Topic: GE Profile Refrigerator Clicking Noise
GE Profile Refrigerator Clicking Noise [message #3243] Mon, 27 February 2017 00:03
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Registered: December 2004
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Have GE Profile Refrigerator Clicking Noises? After about 6 years the water stopped coming out for no reason but would come back on once in a while. In the morning a weird whirring noise like it was not able to start would be coming out of the back. Open and close the door and it would snap back on. Almost like it was in some sort of cycle. Then finally, out of the blue, a big storm hit and the power went out for about 6 hours. Low and behold, the refrigerator decided not to come back on.

Took the cover plate to the main board off and discovered three bad capacitors on the board. The clicking is a relay that doesn't seem to have enough power to keep it going. The power on the board was being hampered by the bad capacitors. 2 caps, 470uF 25V were way off the charts and bulged and one of the 400V 47uF caps as well. The 400V cap I tested and it was leaky but still okay enough to keep in until I ordered new ones.

Popped the main board back in, and now back in business. The water now works great as well..

Hope this might help someone with their refrigerator in a jam.. Wink
 Topic: Icom IC-2720 Repair
Icom IC-2720 Repair [message #3198] Fri, 01 January 2016 21:31
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The ICOM IC-2720 decided to quit and stop transmitting in the middle of a QSO. I pulled the radio apart and to my surprise, a bad pin diode.


ICOM IC-2720 Repair Burnt Pin Diode

ICOM IC-2720 Transmit Repair

ICOM IC-2720 Transmit Repair

All cleaned up:
ICOM IC-2720 Transmit Repair

Back together with the new pin diode:
ICOM IC-2720 Repair Burnt Pin Diode

[Updated on: Fri, 01 January 2016 21:48]

 Topic: Rigol DS1052E Hack to 100MHz
Rigol DS1052E Hack to 100MHz [message #1770] Wed, 02 January 2013 05:37
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The Rigol DS1052E 50MHz scope arrived and it has been sitting for about a year (I guess maybe it is out of the warranty now anyway, so time for the HACK!) We finally got around to hacking the 50MHz beast to 100MHz. The unit came shipped with 00.02.05 SP1 firmware. This was tricky because RIGOL knew about all of the hacking going on. They put a stop to downgrading the firmware with the 00.02.05 firmware version.

The only way to hack this unit is to downgrade it to the 00.02.02.02 firmware. This firmware allowed you to change the serial number and model number which changes the scope to 100MHz. To do this, you need to use a USB or Serial port with special commands. Any newer firmware than 00.02.02.02 supposedly removed this feature. The trick was to take the 00.02.02.02 firmware and change the header on the file to reflect a larger firmware version. RIGOL also obscured the firmware version in their new firmware (02.05) so it isn't as easy as changing the numbers intuitively. With the right combination and a hex editor, the firmware was patched to make the scope think that the firmware was newer, but in fact, it was the old 00.02.02.02 firmware! Nice hack that actually works!

Linux was not playing well with the serial port and USB port, so Windows was used to make the serial/model number changes. After wondering why Windows was only recognizing it as a hard drive, the option for "Computer" was found in the "I/O Setup" for "USB Device". Once that was changed to "Computer", Windows recognized the RIGOL unit and the numbers were able to be changed. I bet this was the only problem with Linux also. But the job is done and there is no need to go back to try Linux at this point.


I wonder if the hack actually increased their sales or lost them money due to everyone purchasing the same unit for half the price? I know the purchase of this particular unit was because it could be hacked to 100MHz so my opinion is they gained more business and publicity from it.

http://www.hamradio.cc/images/projects/rigol/RIGOL_ds1052E-Hacked.jpg

[Updated on: Thu, 03 January 2013 02:53]

 Topic: GeForce 7600 GT 1500uF 6.3V FZ71 - Bad Capacitors
GeForce 7600 GT 1500uF 6.3V FZ71 - Bad Capacitors [message #304] Wed, 10 November 2010 01:44
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I had the same problem many people are having with the GeForce 7600 GT video cards. I had 2 x GeForce 7600 GT cards in the same machine (...running 4 monitors...). The 1500uF capacitors are all crap. They probably cheaped out on them when manufacturing. On one card I had 2 caps blown across the inductor. But I pulled all of the 1500uF 6.3V caps on the board and tested them all. ALL of them failed their leakage test. So the best thing to do on those is to replace them all. Even if they look good, replace them. The 1000uF 16V cap tested fine. Cards work great afterwards...
Forum: Programming Radios
 Topic: Ritron DTXM-254 Reverse Engineering
Ritron DTXM-254 Reverse Engineering [message #3241] Tue, 10 January 2017 10:40
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The pair of Ritron DTXM-254's arrived today. Can't wait to reverse engineer them. The first thing that was done was to TAKE THEM APART! Here is what was found:

Ritron Radio Hacks

Ritron Radio Hacking

Ritron Radio Mods

The processor is an Atmega32 which has more I/O pins and more memory than the Atmega8. This is the central processing unit for this radio. Next to it is the MX919B which is a 4-Level Root Raised Cosine FSK Modem. This is the little guy that does most of the talking. A fine engineering job well done by Ritron.
Ritron Radio Modifihoneyions

Ritron Radio Programming

Ritron Radio Reverse Engineering

[Updated on: Tue, 10 January 2017 10:44]

 Topic: Motorola Software List as of 03/04/2016
Motorola Software List as of 03/04/2016 [message #3209] Sat, 05 March 2016 23:15
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Motorola Software Last update: 03/04/2016

NOMENCLATURE:

ARIANE: GM350, GM600, GP600, GM950, GM950PLUS, GM1200E

WARIS PORTABLES:

MINNOW-POPULAR-PREFERRED: GP644, GP688, GP346, (GP329PLUS), GP386, (GP339PLUS)

LAZARUS-POPULAR-PREFERRED-ATEX: GP640, (PTX700), GP680, (PTX760), GP320, GP340, (GP329),GP360, GP380, (GP339)

PRIME: GP1280, (PTX780)

WARIS MOBILES:

MPT: GM640, GM660, (MCX760), GM1280, (MCX780) & DATA BOX

DATABOX-CHA, CHC, CHD: GM300 SERIES: GM340, GM360, GM380

PLAIN: GM340

PREFERRED: GM360, (GM339)

PRIME: GM380, (GM399)

MARLIN , MARLIN PLUS: CM340, CM360

GUPPY AND PIRANHA: CPXXX 600 Series NPS R00.05.05 Network Programming Software for:GM600/GP600/PTX600/MCX600 Trunk/Conventional MPT.

600 Series DPS R00.04.07. DOS version GM600/GP600/MCX600/PTX600 Trunk/Conventional MPt 28 Jan 1997.

600 Series DPS R00.05.04. GM600/GP600/MCX600/PTX600. 1997.

600 Series DPS R00.05.05. GM600/GP600/MCX600/PTX600 Trunk/Conventional MPT ELN6086.10 May 1998.

PTX-600-DPS Series portable Radios. R03.00.01 PMVN4022C. 18 Nov 1998.

PTX-600-NPS Series portable Radios. R03.00.01 PMVN4023C. 18 Nov 1998.

PTX-600/MCX600E-DPS series Radios. D04.00.02 PMVNxxxx. 13 dec 1999.

PTX-600/MCX600E-NPS series Radios. B04.00.00 PMVNxxxx. 13 dec 1999.

900 Series v.R05.00.00 22 Apr 1994 ENVN4140 for: GM/P900/MC900/MC2100.

900 Series v.R06.02.00 01 Sept 1995 EVN4140 for: GM/P900 series.

900 Series v.R06.03.00 ENV4140. 20 Oct 1995. for: GM/P900 series.

900 Series v.R06.04.00 EVN4140. 26 Apr 1996. for: GM/P900 series

900 Series v.R06.06.00 EVN4140 English and EVN4143 German. 24 Mar 1997. for: GM/P900/VISAR series.

900 Series-lab- for GM/GP/european visar series.1200 SERIES. R02.00.00 (HIGH BAND: 403-470 & 450-510) AVN6200C. 18 JAN 1995.

1200 Series NPS MPT Network Utility for Mpt1200 Series Radios EVN4029. 17-march-1993. ( DOS version).

1200 Series DSP MPT R02.03.00 GVN6007F. ( RVN4128A ) 04 March 1994. DOS version for GP1200/GM1200.

1200 Series DPS R03.03.00 GVN6007K. ( RVN4128 ) DOS version for:GP1200/GM1200. 23 Jan 1995.

1200 Series DPS R03.03.00 GVN6009H. DOS version for:GP1200/GM1200. FRENCH.

1200 Series DPS R03.05.00 GVN6007M. ( RVN4128 ) DOS :GP1200/GM1200. 7 AUG 1996.

1200 Series DPS R00.01.10 Dealer Programming Software 2 Nov 1996 EVN4656A. WIN95. for: GP1200/GM1200.

1200 Series NPS R00.01.10 Network Programming Software for GM/P1200 ENVN4013.

1200 Series DPS R00.01.15 Dealer Programming Software 24 sept. 1997 EVN4656B (last known version).

1200 Series NPS R00.01.15 Network Programming Software 24 sept. 1997 EVN4656B.(last known version).

1200 Series MPT Radio Upgrade Utility. R03.04.00.

1200 Series MPT Radio Upgrade Utility. v.R04.00.00.

1200 Series MPT Radio Upgrade Utility. v.R04.00.01. 06/03/1997.

1200 Series MPT Radio Upgrade Utility. v.R06.00.40. 16 March 1998.

1200 Series MPT Radio Upgrade Utility. v.R06.00.42. 08 Oct 1998. KIT.NO. EVN4159J.

1200 Series MPT Radio Upgrade Utility. v.R06.00.47. 13 March 1999.

1200E R00.01.05.15 DEC 1998 DEALER

1200E R00.01.02.16 JUL 1998 NETWORK1200E vR00.01.05. NETWORK

1200E-Series. R01.00.01. 15-dec-1999 Upgrade Utility for radio software R01.00.28. ENVN4016B

1225 Radius Win RSS v.R02.00.00.

1225 Radius Win RSS v.3.1 Release Build 2.1999 for R1225 Repeater/M125 Series/P1225 Series Radios. HVN9054C.

Radius 1225 Series Radio Service Software Version 3.2 Release Build 7. HVN9054D.

Radius 1225 Series Radio Service Software Version 4.0. HVN9054. 2005. Operating Systems: Windows 3.1, Windows 95, Windows XP (Home and Professional).

1225*LS Series Radius. P1225.LS, M1225.LS only. v.1.2. 1999.

Radius 1225*LS Radio Service Software Version 2.0 Release.

Radius 1225*LS Radio Service Software Version 3.0 Release. 2005. Operating Systems: Windows 3.1, Windows95,WindowsXP(Home or Professional).

2100 Series RSS v. R02.01.00 GVN6011C. 03 Dec 1993.

2100 Series RSS v. R02.04.00 GVN600F, 8202493Y06. May 18 1994. MC2100,GM900,MC900 radios.

2100 Series R02.06.00 GVN6012f. 24 dec 1993. GERMAN

2100 Series R02.07.00. KIT NO. GVN6011G. 23 Nov 1994.

2100 Series R02.09.00. KIT NO. GVN6011I.

2000 MTSX - LAB - for MT2000, MTX8000, MTX9000, MTS2000 R02.00.01. DEPO. 8 Sept 1993. ( HACKERS BLOW BLOW BIGONES ).

2000 (MTS2000 FLASHPORT) SOFTWARE-FIRMWARE ANALOG SYSTEM PACKAGE R08.70 - CVN6258F, REBANDING ENABLED, REQUIRES FLASH RIB.

2000 & 2100 Series Select 5 RSS v.R02.10.00. KIT.NO. GV6011L. 11 July 1996.

2000 & 2100 Series Select 5 RSS v. R02.10.01. KIT NO. GV6011M. 17Dec1998.for:MCS2000/MTS2000.

2000 Series Factory Bypass Utility : 82A02291U01 July 03, 1996.

2000 SERIES FACTORY BYPASS UTILITY: 82A02291U03. This kit replaces 8202291U01 that only was made for test.This kit will Flash the following MCS2000 / MTS2000 radio models: Model no Freq Power M01KHN9PW5BN VHF 25W M01RFN9PW5BN UHF 10W M01RHN9PW5BN UHF 25W H01KDH9PW1BN VHF 5W H01KDH9AN8BN VHF 5W H01RDH9PW1BN UHF 4W H01RDH9PW8BN UHF 4W

already programmed with: SmartNet H37 Software and Flight Number Codeplug. User RSS: MCS2000 SDVN4337A, MTS2000 SDVN4336A to latest: Flight Number Firmware.

2100-WOOKIE-LAB- Field Programmer for the MOBIUS Radio-Series (Sky Walker) 2100 portables and mobiles radio with 5/6 Tone signalizing.

v.R2.01beta SDVN4274A.

2100-WOOKIE-LAB-BOS-GERMAN VERSION.

2100 Series Sky Walker RADIO UPGRADE UTILITY. SDVN4296C. 12 Jul 1996. Will do various JEDI models.

2100 Series Sky Walker RADIO UPGRADE UTILITY. 1994

2100 Series Sky Walker RADIO UPGRADE UTILITY-LAB-POL 1995.( Polish version). MOTOROLA 2100 SERIES SKYWALKER RADIO UPGRADE

MT2100 SERIES FuG RADIO BYPASS UTILITY vSDVN4357C. Upgrades the FuG radios from version 8202260u01t4 & 8202260u02 to version 8202260u03 to provide the latest features.

UTILITY R06.11.00. LAB VERSION. 07-MARCH-1995. ( NOW YOU CAN : BOOTSTRAP/PROG INTERNAL EEPROM/PROG EXTERNAL/FLASH RADIO/CHANGE MODEL NUMBER/CHANGE SERIAL NUMBER/FLASH NEW APPLICATION TO RADIO! )

PCON-PLUS-LAB- v 02.35KB-FLASHTOOL for jedi radios: saber-si/astro-p&m/spectra-ii/reneissance/closed-radios.

ROS-RADSTER-RADIO-EXERCISER-LAB- v D1.79. 22-JAN-93. for jedi radio with open architecture:mt2xxx/mtsxxx/gp1200.

ROOSTER-FOR JEDI MODELS-LAB-changes serial and model numbers-(esn), splits archives into int/ext codeplugs, hex-editor.

ASTRO-LAB- Series RSS for Portables. v.B03.04.00. 22 Sept.1993.

ASTRO SP LAB, Portables, SP03.04.01. September 20, 1998.

ASTRO Series RSS v.R05.00.05. 03 June 1997.

ASTRO Series RSS v.R06.50.00. 14 July 1998.

ASTRO series R07.50.00. 15 April 1999.

ASTRO Series RSS R08.00.00 15 Oct.1999.

ASTRO Series RSS R08.05.00 2000. KIT.NO. RVN4100.

ASTRO Series RSS R09.01.00 29 May 2001.

ASTRO Series RSS R09.03.00 2002.

ASTRO Series RSS R09.03.00 2002 CRACKED (ALLOWS 16 TRS SCAN MEMEBERS)

ASTRO Series RSS R09.04.00 6 JUNE 2002

ASTRO SERIES RSS R09.05.00.Sept. 06. 2002.

ASTRO DIU.R07.01.18. RVN4053N. RSS FOR THE ASTRO DIGITAL INTERFACE UNIT 24-OCT-2001

ASTRO DIU.R07.01.21. RVN4033Q. RSS FOR THE ASTRO DIGITAL INTERFACE UNIT 24-NOV-2002

ASTRO SP01.01.01. 1995 moded: allows programming a high UHF (450-520) Astro down to about 420 or so MHz.

ASTRO-TAC comparator v50.21. june 3. 1996. kit number rvn5003d.

ASTRO-TAC 3000 comparator. r03.08.00. dec.12. 2000.

C200 Series Deskset. v01.00.00. 1999.

CENTRACOM SERIES II PLUS RADIO SERVICE SOFTWARE V.R09.05.02. 10.OCT.1996. FOR: SMARTNET I AND II, CONVENTIONAL, MDC, ASTRO, SMART PHONE 68000 SYSTEMS.

CODEPLUGS (Collection of Code Plugs for Motorola Radios).

COMMAND PLUS R03.00.02 RVN4112C.

COMMAND PLUS R03.07.00 RVN4112E

COMMAND STAR-CONSOLE-SYSTEM DATA BASE MANAGER (CSDM).v.SR1.

COMMANDSTAR-LITE-CONSOLE-SYSTEM ( CSDM ) V.SR1 MCL 3211933-19-SR1 COMMAND STAR LITE SYSTEM DATABASE MANAGER LITE.

COMMUNICATION LINK SOFTWARE v.4.09. 1993 by Motorola Inc.

COMPAC RADIO ( SYNTOR X ), R01.00.05. 18 SEP. 1990. MOTOROLA AUSTRALIA. AVN6013A.

COMTEGRA CONSOLE R01.0.18. 12 June 1996 RVN4149A.

Motorola Controller Acess Software trunk terminals. System Configuration Data Base and Terminal. Call the Controllers over the phone line or by direct wire-line.

CP-50 R01.00.00

CP-50 Asia R02.00.00. 22 Sept 1995, PMVN4002

CP-50/GP68/PACER Asia R03.00.00. 29 Feb 1996, PMVN4002A.

GP68 CRACKED ( 400-470MHz band OK ).

CYBER TAME v1.02. 1997, ANALYZER.

CPS SERIES, NEW WINDOWS RSS:

HINTS:GP340 is European version of HT750.

GP-1280 MPT is European version of HT-1550. Just to remember - this is not a program.

PRORADIO=PRO=Professional Radios. Examples: (HT750/1250, GP140/328/338, PRO5150/7150).

ELP=Entry Level Professional Radios. Examples: (PRO3150, CT250/450, PO40/080, GP308, GP88).

MTS & MCS 2000 WINDOWS RELEASE( MTS2000 - RVN4176 ), ( MCS2000 - RVN4175 ):

MCS2000 R01.06.00. 2000.RVN4175

MCS2000 R01.07.00. 2000.RVN4175

MCS2000 R01.08.00 AND TUNER

MCS2000 R01.09.00 AND TUNER

MCS2000 R01.10.00 AND TUNER 2003.

MCS2000 R01.11.00 AND TUNER 2003.

MCS2000 R01.12.00 AND TUNER. 2004.

MCS2000 R01.13.00 AND TUNER: R02.00.01. 2005. NOTE: ALL VERSIONS OF DOS RSS WILL NOT SUPPORT RADIOS PROGRAMMED WITH CPSR01.13.00 OR SERVICED AT MOTOROLA

DEPOT AFTER JULY 10, 2005.

MCS2000 Customer Programming Software R02.00.01. and MCS2000 Radio Tuner Software R02.01.00. ( Support for 800 MHz Rebanding ). 2006.

MCS2000 Customer Programming Software R02.01.00. and MCS2000 Radio Tuner Software R02.01.00. ( Support for 800 MHz Rebanding ).

MCS2000 Customer Programming Software R02.02.00. and MCS2000 Radio Tuner Software R02.01.00. ( Support for 800 MHz Rebanding ). 2007.

MCS2000 Customer Programming Software R02.03.00. and MCS2000 Radio Tuner Software R02.02.00. ( WINDOWS VISTA SUPPORTED). 2008

MTS2000 R01.01.00. 2000 AND TUNER

MTS2000 R01.05.14. 2001. RVN4176G AND TUNER R01.00.00.

MTS2000 R01.06.00. 2001 AND TUNER

MTS2000 R01.07.00 AND TUNER: R01.01.00. RVN4176JR
MTS2000 R01.09.00 AND TUNER: R01.01.00. RVN4176J

MTS2000 CPSR01.10.00 AND TUNER 2003.

MTS2000 Customer Programming Software R01.13.00 and Tuner.. ALL DOS RSS VERSION WILL NOT SUPPORT RADIO WITH MODEL NUMBER

H01XXXXPWXXX ONCE PROGRAMMED WITH CPS R01.13.00. 2005.

MTS2000 Customer Programming Software R02.00.01. and MTS2000 Radio Tuner Software R02.01.00. ( Support for 800 MHz Rebanding ). 2006.

MTS2000 Customer Programming Software R02.01.00. and MTS2000 Radio Tuner Software R02.01.00. ( Support for 800 MHz Rebanding ). 2006.

MTS2000 Customer Programming Software R02.02.00. and MTS2000 Radio Tuner Software R02.01.00. ( Support for 800 MHz Rebanding ).

MTS2000 Customer Programming Software R02.03.00 & MTS2000 Radio Tuner Software R02.02.00. ( WINDOWS VISTA SUPPORTED). 2008

MOBILE WORKSTATION:

MW520 BIOS V5.10.3.08

ASTRO 25 MOBILE/PORTABLE COMB ASTRO SPECTRA PLUS/XTL5000: RVN4185, XTS5000/XTS2500, SSE5000, XTS1500,XTS4000, MT1500, PR1500, HPD1000 MODEM, PM1500: RVN4186, CONTAINS: RVN4181 & RVN4185:

ASTRO SPECTRA PLUS MOBILE XTL5000 CPS R02.01.00. AND ASTRO 25 TUNER: R01.05.00 RVN4185

ASTRO SPECTRA PLUS MOBILE XTL5000 CPS R04.00.01. AND ASTRO TUNER. 2004.

ASTRO SPECTRA PLUS MOBILE XTL5000 CPS R05.00.00. AND ASTRO TUNER R04.00.01. 2005.

ASTRO 25 Mobile CPS R06.00.00 and ASTRO 25 Tuner R04.01.00. New Radios supported XTL 1500 and XTL 2500 mobile radios are now supported in this release. New 'O5' control head is supported for the XTL 5000 radios.

XTS2500 & XTS5000 & SSE5000 PORTABLES CPS. R02.01.00. RVN4181

XTS 2500 / XTS 5000 CUSTOMER PROGRAMMING SOFTWARE ALPHA A02.50.31.

XTS 2500 / XTS 5000 CUSTOMER PROGRAMMING SOFTWARE ALPHA A03.80.54. 2003.

XTS2500 & XTS5000 & SSE5000 PORTABLES CPS R04.01.00. 2004 & TUNER R04.00.01 & NETWORK RADIO PROGRAMMER R01.00.00. RVN4181

XTS2500 & XTS5000 & SSE5000 PORTABLES CPS R04.01.01. 2004 & TUNER R04.00.01 & NETWORK RADIO PROGRAMMER R01.00.00. RVN4181

XTS2500 & XTS5000 & SSE50000 & XTS1500 & MT1500 & PR1500 PORTABLE CPS R05.00.00. 2005 & TUNER R04.00.01 & NETWORK RADIO PROGRAMMER R02.00.00. ASTRO25 CPS TOOLS. RVN4181. 2005.

ASTRO25 Portables R06.00.00.and ASTRO25 Tuner R04.01.00. (XTS5000/SSE5000/XTS2500/XTS1500/MT1500/PR1500). 2005.

ASTRO25 PORTABLES R07.00.00 AND ASTRO TUNER R04.01.00. ( XTS 5000 / XTS 2500 / SSE 5000 / XTS 1500 / MT 1500 / PR 1500: RS232 cable = RKN4106. USB cable = RKN4105).2006.

ASTRO SPECTRA POTABLE CPS R07.00.01 AND TUNER R05.00.01. NEW RADIOS SUPPORTED: -Immersible XTS-2500 (XTS-2500i) -Model 1 with Display for the XTS-1500 and MT-1500-Rebanding Models-B Model Platform.

ASTRO 25 Portable CPS R08.00.00 &TUNER R05.01.00. 2006.

ASTRO 25 Portable CPS R08.00.01 &TUNER R05.01.00 2006 SEPT.

ASTRO 25 PORTABLE CPS R09.00.00 & TUNER R05.02.00. KIT NUMBER: RVN4181. (XTS5000, XTS4000, XTS1500, XTS2500, SSE5000, MT1500, PR1500).

ASTRO 25 PORTABLE CPS R09.01.02 & TUNER R05.02.00. KIT NUMBER: RVN4181. (XTS5000, XTS4000, XTS1500, XTS2500, SSE5000, MT1500, PR1500) 2007.

ASTRO 25 PORTABLE CPS R10.00.00 CRACKED (ALLOWS 380-485 TX Q SPLIT RADIOS AND PASSWORD BYPASS - PRESS ENTER WHEN PROMPED FOR PASSWORD TO BYPASS PW)

ASTRO 25 PORTABLE CPS R10.01.00 & TUNER R05.03.00. KIT NUMBER: RVN4181. (XTS5000, XTS4000, XTS1500, XTS2500, SSE5000, MT1500, PR1500) 2007.

ASTRO 25 PORTABLE CPS R11.00.00 & TUNER R05.03.00. KIT NUMBER: RVN4181. (XTS5000, XTS4000, XTS1500, XTS2500, SSE5000, MT1500, PR1500) 2007.

ASTRO 25 PORTABLE CPS R12.00.00 & TUNER R05.04.00. KIT NUMBER: RVN4181. (XTS5000, XTS4000, XTS1500, XTS2500, SSE5000, MT1500, PR1500) 2008.

ASTRO 25 Portable CPS R12.01.00 & ASTRO 25 Tuner R05.04.00. 2009.

ASTRO 25 Portable CPS R13.00.01 & ASTRO 25 Tuner R05.04.00. 2009.

ASTRO 25 Portable CPS R14.00.00 & ASTRO 25 Tuner R05.04.00. 2010.

ASTRO 25 Portable CPS R14.01.00 & ASTRO 25 Tuner R05.04.01. 2010.

ASTRO 25 Portable CPS R15.00.00 & ASTRO 25 Tuner R05.04.02. 2010. (RVN4181AK, RVN4186AK)

ASTRO 25 Portable CPS R16.00.00 & ASTRO 25 Tuner R05.04.02. 2011.

ASTRO 25 Portable CPS R16.01.00 & ASTRO 25 Tuner R05.04.02. 2011. (ALSO MODED TO 520MHZ)

ASTRO 25 Portable CPS R17.00.00 & ASTRO 25 Tuner R05.04.03. 2011.

ASTRO 25 Portable Depot R07.00.00. 2011. (CRACK ASTRO 25 PORTABLE, DEPOT, SKIP DONGLE +FEATURES ON).

ASTRO 25 Portable CPS R17.01.00 & ASTRO 25 Tuner R05.04.03. 2012 (RVN4185AN_RVN4186AP)

ASTRO 25 Portable CPS R17.01.02 & ASTRO 25 Tuner R05.04.03. 2012.

ASTRO 25 Portable CPS R18.00.01 & ASTRO 25 Tuner R05.04.03. 2013.

ASTRO 25 Portable CPS R19.01.00 & ASTRO 25 Tuner R05.04.04. 2013.

ASTRO 25 Portable CPS R20.00.00 & ASTRO 25 Tuner R05.04.04. 2014.

ASTRO 25 Portable CPS R20.01.00 & ASTRO 25 Tuner R05.04.04. 2015.

ASTRO SPECTRA MOBILE CPS R07.00.00 AND TUNER R04.01.00. (XTS 1500 XTS 2500 XTS 5000 SSE 5000 MT 1500 ASTRO Spectra Plus XTL1500 XTL2500 XTL 5000. ASTRO Spectra Plus / XTL 5000 RS232 cable = HKN6155 XTL 5000 High Power / XTL 5000 with 'O5' Control Head /XTL 2500/XTL1500 RS232 GCAI cable = HKN6183 XTL 5000 High Power / XTL 5000 with 'O5' Control Head / XTL 2500 / XTL 1500 USB GCAI cable = HKN6184 HPD 1000 RS232 Cable = HKN6180 HPD 1000 USB Cable = HKN6177A (6 ft) or HKN6178A (16.5 ft).

ASTRO SPECTRA MOBILE CPS R07.00.01 AND TUNER R05.00.01. NEW FEATURES: The CPS is now capable of programming and FLASHing the XTL5000 O5 control head, XTL-2500 control head, and the XTL-1500 control head via USB through the GCAI connector on the front face. USB FLASHport requires that the radio has R07.00.00 firmware.

ASTRO 25 Mobile CPS R08.00.00 & TUNER R05.01.00. 2006.

ASTRO 25 Mobile CPS R08.00.01 & TUNER R05.01.00 2006 SEPT. (ASTRO Spectra Plus,XTL 1500,XTL 2500, XTL 5000,PM 1500,HPD 1000 modem ). 2006.

ASTRO 25 Mobile CPS R09.00.00 & TUNER R05.02.00 2006 SEPT.(ASTRO Spectra Plus,XTL 1500,XTL 2500, XTL 5000,PM 1500,HPD 1000 modem ). 2007.

ASTRO 25 Mobile CPS R09.01.02 & TUNER R05.02.00 2006 SEPT.( ASTRO Spectra Plus,XTL 1500,XTL 2500, XTL 5000,PM 1500,HPD 1000 modem ). 2007.

ASTRO 25 Mobile CPS R11.00.00 & TUNER R05.03.00 2007 ( ASTRO Spectra Plus,XTL 1500,XTL 2500, XTL 5000,PM 1500,HPD 1000 modem ).

ASTRO 25 Mobile CPS R12.00.00 & TUNER R05.04.00 2008 ( ASTRO Spectra Plus,XTL 1500,XTL 2500, XTL 5000,PM 1500,HPD 1000 modem ). 2008.

ASTRO 25 Mobile CPS R12.01.00 & ASTRO 25 Tuner R05.04.00. 2009.

ASTRO 25 Mobile CPS R13.00.01 & ASTRO 25 Tuner R05.04.00. 2009.

ASTRO 25 Mobile CPS R14.00.00 & ASTRO 25 Tuner R05.04.00. 2010.

ASTRO 25 Mobile CPS R14.01.00 & ASTRO 25 Tuner R05.04.01. 2010. RVN4185AH_RVN4186AJ

ASTRO 25 Mobile CPS R15.00.00 & ASTRO 25 Tuner R05.04.02. 2010. (RVN4181AK, RVN4186AK)

ASTRO 25 Mobile CPS R16.00.00 & ASTRO 25 Tuner R05.04.02. 2011.

ASTRO 25 Mobile CPS R16.01.00 & ASTRO 25 Tuner R05.04.02. 2011.

ASTRO 25 Mobile CPS R17.00.00 & ASTRO 25 Tuner R05.04.03. 2011. (ALSO MODED FROM 380MHZ TO 520MHZ)

ASTRO 25 Mobile CPS R17.00.02 & ASTRO 25 Tuner R05.04.03. 2012.

ASTRO 25 Mobile CPS R18.00.01 & ASTRO 25 Tuner R05.04.03. 2013.

ASTRO 25 Mobile CPS R19.01.00 & ASTRO 25 Tuner R05.04.04. 2013.

ASTRO 25 Mobile CPS R20.00.00 & ASTRO 25 Tuner R05.04.04. 2014.

ASTRO PORTABLE/ MOBILE ( RVN4184 COMBINATION OF: RVN4182:ASTRO SABER & XTS3000 AND RVN4183: ASTRO SPECTRA):

ASTRO SABER & XTS3000 PORTABLE R01.01.00 AND ASTROTUNER R01.00.00. RVN4182 ( PART OF RVN4184 )

ASTRO SABER & XTS3000 PORTABLE R01.03.00 AND ASTROTUNER R01.00.00. RVN4182 ( PART OF RVN4184 )

ASTRO SABER & XTS3000 PORTABLE R02.00.00 AND ASTROTUNER R01.01.01 RVN4182F ( PART OF RVN4184 )

ASTRO SABER & XTS3000 PORTABLE R04.00.00 AND ASTROTUNER R01.02.00 RVN4182K 2004 ( PART OF RVN4184 )

ASTRO SABER & XTS3000 PORTABLE R04.01.04 AND ASTROTUNER R01.02.00 RVN4182 2005 ( PART OF RVN4184 )

ASTRO SABER & XTS 3000 CUSTOMER PROGRAMMING SOFTWARE R05.01.00. ( Now Support for 800 MHz Rebanding )

ASTRO SABER & XTS 3000 CUSTOMER PROGRAMMING SOFTWARE R05.01.00. MODED ( Now Support for 800 MHz Rebanding )

ASTRO SABER & XTS 3000 CUSTOMER PROGRAMMING SOFTWARE R05.00.02. ( Now Support for 800 MHz Rebanding )

ASTRO SABER & XTS 3000 CUSTOMER PROGRAMMING SOFTWARE R05.02.00 & TUNER R01.02.00. ( Now Support for 800 MHz Rebanding ) 2007

ASTRO SABER & XTS 3000 CUSTOMER PROGRAMMING SOFTWARE R05.02.01.

ASTRO SABER & XTS 3000 CUSTOMER PROGRAMMING SOFTWARE R05.03.00. 2008.

ASTRO SPECTRA MOBILE CPS R01.03.00 AND TUNER R01.00.00. RVN4183 ( PART OF RVN4184 )

ASTRO SPECTRA MOBILE CPS R04.00.00 AND TUNER R01.02.00. RVN4183K ( PART OF RVN4184K ) 2004

ASTRO SPECTRA MOBILE CPS R04.00.01 AND TUNER R01.02.00. RVN4183L ( PART OF RVN4184L ) 2004

ASTRO SPECTRA MOBILE CPS R04.01.04 AND TUNER R01.02.00. RVN4183 ( PART OF RVN4184L ) 2005

ASTRO SPECTRA CUSTOMER PROGRAMMING SOFTWARE R05.00.02 ( Now Support for 800 MHz Rebanding ) 2006

ASTRO SPECTRA CUSTOMER PROGRAMMING SOFTWARE R05.00.02 ( Now Support for 800 MHz Rebanding ) 2007

ASTRO SPECTRA CUSTOMER PROGRAMMING SOFTWARE R05.03.00. 2008.

Windows CP-Fix 10001A (2010). ABC Switch Thresholf change for portables to fix Zone/Channel jumping.

ASTRO25 Portables Change your TMS button to HIGHLOW Power Toggle.

ASTRO SERIES DATA LINK MANAGER ( DTM ) NVN5314:

DLM R01.01.00, 2003. KIT NUMBER: NVN5314B. Part Number: Motorola Part Number Equipment, RKN-4106........................ Serial Port(RS232) Programming/FLASHport Cable(XTS 2500 / XTS5000), NKN6505A........................ Data Cable(RS232).

ASTRO P25 LOCOMOTIVE ( RAILROAD ASTRO SPECTRA LOCOMOTIVE CLEAN-CAB RADIO ):

Clean-Cab CPS R1.00. 2004.

ASTRO P25 BASE STATION CONFIGURATION SERVICE SOFTWARE:

R007.00.004 SITE CONTROLLERS AND COMPARATORS, R6.5.00.04 SWDL MANAGER.

R011-00-009 Data Site Controller. ( High Performance Data Base Radio, ASTRO®25 Multisite Controller, ASTRO®25 Multisite Base Radio, ASTRO®25 Comparator, ASTRO®25 Repeater Site Controller, ASTRO®25 Repeater Site Base Radio, Conventional Repeater, GCP 8000 Conventional Site Controller and IntelliRepeater 6.0).

CSS R015.00.014. 2008. (BASE RADIOS: STR3000, QUANTAR ASTRO 25 REPEATER, ASTRO 25 REPEATER SITE BASE RADIO, GTR8000, CONVBR)

VRS-750:

VEHICULAR REPEATER FOR ASTRO SPECTRA RADIOS. CODEPLUG/FIRMWARE UPGRADE KIT: R04.02.00.

APX FAMILY MULTI-BAND, MULTI-PLATFORM, INTERNAL GPS RECEIVER (4TH GENERATION P25) RVN5224:

Radios Supported: - APX 7500 - APX 7000XE - APX 6000 - APX 6500 - APX4000 - APX4500 - APX2000 - APX2500 - SRX2200 - APX3000

R01.00.00 APX7000 PORTABLES, APX7500 MOBILES CPS and R01.00.00 TUNER for APX7000, APX7500.

R04.00.00 APX7000 PORTABLES, APX7500 MOBILES CPS and ApxFamily Tuner R04.00.00 for APX7000, APX7500. RVN5224E, 2010.

CPS R06.00.00. (RVN5224K) APX Portable and Mobile (RVN5224K).2011.

CPS R09.00.01. (RVN5224) APX Portable and Mobile (RVN5224).2012.

APX Portable and Mobile CPS R09.00.02. (2013).

APX Portable and Mobile CPS R09.01.00. SUITE (2013).

APX Portable and Mobile CPS R10.00.00. SUITE (2013).

APX Tuner CPS R10.00.00. (2013).

APX Portable and Mobile DEPOT R05.00.00. & ApxFamily Tuner R05.00.00.

APX Portable Mobile Firmware R07.00.02 - (APX_Mobile_DVN4236W.cvn, APX_Portable_DVN1433B.cvn).

APX Portable Mobile Firmware R07.00.10 - 04-09-2012 (APX_Mobile_DVN4236Y.cvn, APX_Portable_DVN1433C.cvn).

APX Portable Mobile Firmware R08.00.00 - 2012 (APX_Mobile_DVN4298A.cvn, APX_Portable_DVN1433D.cvn)

APX Portable Mobile Firmware R08.05.00 - June 20 2012 (APX_Mobile_DVN4298B.cvn, APX_Portable_DVN1433E.cvn)

APX Portable Mobile Firmware R08.05.05.

APX CPS R13.00.01 with Radio Management.

APX Portable and Mobile CPS R14.00.00.

APX7000_DVN1426M - V5.cvn

motorola apx mobile dvn4298h firmware update (29 jul 2013)

motorola apx portable dvn1433l apx firmware update (29 jul 2013)

XTS3500 PORTABLE:

R02.00.03. 27-OCTOBER-2000. KIT NR RVN4170D.

PROFESSIONAL RADIO CPS -EXPERT: HVN9025 ( EX500 EX600 HT-750/1250/1550, CDM-750/1250/1550, CDM-SERIES, EXPERT SERIES: REPLACES VISAR RADIOS, MTX-850/950/8250/9250 PASSPORT TRUNKING.

- AA - NORTH AMERICA ):

R01.00.02-AA HVN9025. 1998.

R03.00.01-AA HVN9025.

R04.00.00-AA HVN9025E.

R05.00.00-AA HVN9025.

R06.01.00-AA HVN9025.

R06.02.03-AA HVN9025J.

R06.02.05-AA HVN9025K. 2002

R-06.03.02-AA HVN9035L

R06.04.00-AA HVN9025M

R06.05.00-AA HVN9025N AND TUNER : R02.11.00.

R06.05.03-AA HVN9025 AND TUNER: R02.11.00. NORTH AMAERICA 2005.

R06.06.00-AA-HVN9025 AND TUNER: R02.11.00. NORTH AMERICA 2006.

R06.06.07-AA-HVN9025 AND TUNER: R02.11.00. NORTH AMERICA 2006.

R06.06.10-AA HVN9025 AND TUNER: R02.12.00. NORTH AMERICA, 2006.

R06.07.04-AA HVN9025 AND TUNER: R02.12.00. NORTH AMERICA, 2006.

R06.07.04-AA HVN9025 AND TUNER: R02.12.00 CRACKED: If the radio has a password it will still let you view the cp when it asks you for the pw just hit enter .

R06.08.05-AA-HVN9025

R06.09.06-AA-HVN9025

R06.10.02-AA-HVN9025 2008

R06.10.04-AA-HVN9025V & TUNER R02.13.00 & PPCPS R05.02.03. 2008.

R06.11.05-AA-HVN9025 2009.

R06.11.10 CPS -AA-HVN9025 2010.(Inc Corrupted Codeplug Feature).

R06.12.02 CPS -AA-HVN9025 2011.

R06.12.04 CPS -AA-HVN9025 2011.

R06.12.05 CPS -AA-HVN9025 2011.

TUNER FOR PRO & ENTRY LEVEL R02.15.00 30 DEC 2008.

PROFESSIONAL RADIO CPS - LA - LATIN AMERICA: HVN9027 ( PRO3100/5100/5150/5350/7100/7150/7350/9150 ):

R01.00.02-LA 1998. (PRO3100/5100/5150/5350/7100/7150/7350).

R03.00.01-LA 1999.

R04.00.01-LA 2000.

R06.01.00-LA 2002.

R06.05.00-LA 2005.

R06.05.03-LA 2006

R06.05.03-LA 2006 (CRACK)

R06.06.10-LA HVN9027 AND TUNER: R02.12.00. LATIN AMERICA, 2006.

R06.07.04-LA HVN9027 AND TUNER: R02.12.00. LATIN AMERICA, 2006.

R06.08.05-LA HVN9027 AND TUNER: R02.13.00. LATIN AMERICA, 2007.

R06.09.06-LA HVN9027 AND TUNER: R02.13.00. LATIN AMERICA, 2007.

R06.10.02-LA HVN9027 AND TUNER: R02.13.00. LATIN AMERICA, 2008.

R06.10.02-LA HVN9027 (CRACK).

R06.10.04-LA HVN9027 AND TUNER: R02.13.00. LATIN AMERICA, 2008.

R06.10.04-LA HVN9027 AND TUNER: R02.13.00. LATIN AMERICA, 2008. (CRACKED FOR PASSWORD).

R06.11.05-LA HVN9027

R06.11.07-LA HVN9027. 2009.

R06.11.10-LA HVN9027. 2010.

R06.11.10-LA HVN9027. 2010.

R06.12.02-LA HVN9027. 2011.

R06.12.04-LA HVN9027. 2011.

R06.12.04-LA HVN9027. 2011. (CRACKED FOR PASSWORD).

R06.12.05-LA HVN9027. 2012.

TUNER FOR PRO & ENTRY LEVEL R02.15.00 30 DEC 2008.

PROFESSIONAL RADIO CPS - AZ  ASIA, NO 5TONE-MDC1200: GP328, GP338, GP328 PLUS, GP338 PLUS, GM338, GM398, PMVN4034, PMVN4028 AND PMVN4119 (CHINA):

R01.00.02-AZ. 1998.(GP-328).

R05.00.00-AZ.

R06.00.00-AZ. 2000. PMVN4034G

R06.01.00-AZ. 2001. PMVN4034H.

R06.02.05-AZ

R06.05.03-AZ. PMVN4034L.

R06.06.00-AZ. 2005.

D06.06.01 TEST CHINESE. 2006

R06.06.07-AZ. 2006.

R06.06.10-AZ AND TUNER: R02.12.00. ASIA. 2006.

R06.07.04-AZ AND TUNER. PMVN4034P. R02.12.00. ASIA. 2006.

R06.09.01-AZ (CHINA) PMVN4119E, APRIL. 2008.

R06.09.03-AZ (CHINA) PMVN4119F, 2008.

R06.09.06-AZ.

R06.10.02-AZ. PMVN4028S & PMVN4034S. APRIL. 2008.

R06.10.02-AZ. PASSWORD -CRACK. APRIL. 2008.

R06.10.02-AZ. PASSWORD -CRACK. APRIL. 2008.

R06.10.06-AZ. 2010.

R06.10.08-AZ. 2010.

R06.11.12-AZ (ENGLISH) PMVN4034X. 2010.

R06.12.02-AZ. 2011.

TUNER FOR PRO & ENTRY LEVEL R02.15.00 30 DEC 2008.

GP328PLUS EXPAND FREQUENCY WINDOWS APPLICATION.

PROFESSIONAL RADIO CPS - EN - EUROPE: ENVN4005 EMEA (GP GM320, 340, 360, 380, 344, 388 Radios with Select V):

CPS-TUNER R01.01.00.

CPS-TUNER R01.01.03. 1998.

ENVN4005B-EMEA ENGLISH. GP/GM300 CDROM -R01.00.03-EN. ENLN4066B. 1998. KIT NO. Release 18 Nov. 1998.

ENVN4005D-EMEA ENGLISH. GP/GM300 CDROM - R02.00.00-EN. ENLN4115A. 1999. Release. 21 Jun 1999.

ENVN4005D-EMEA ENGLISH. GP/GM300-EN D03.02.01EN. 06 April 2000.

ENVN4005E-EMEA ENGLISH. R03.00.01EN. 11 May 2000.

ENVN4005H-EMEA ENGLISH. GP/GM300-EN GP/GM300 Series Serial Communication Test Tool. v.R01.00.01. 19 Apr 1999.

ENVN4005H-EMEA ENGLISH. GP/GM300-EN R03.01.02EN. 17 April 2002.

ENVN4005I-EMEA ENGLISH. GP/GMXXX R03.01.04. 17 SEPT. 2003.

ENVN4005J-EMEA ENGLISH, R03.02.00, May 2004.

ENVN4005K-EMEA ENGLISH. R03.03.00. 30-SEP-2004.

ENVN4005L-EMEA ENGLISH. R03.04.00.

ENVN4005M-EMEA ENGLISH. R03.05.00.

ENVN4005O-EMEA ENGLISH. R03.06.07. 21 SEPT. 2006.

ENVN4005Q-EMEA ENGLISH. R03.07.04. 30 APRIL. 2007.

ENVN4005Q-EMEA GERMAN. R03.07.04. 30 APRIL. 2007.

ENVN4005Q-EMEA RUSSIAN. R03.07.04. 30 APRIL. 2007.

ENVN4005R-EMEA ENGLISH. R03.08.03. 26 SEPT. 2007.

ENVN4005R-EMEA ENGLISH. R03.08.03. 26 SEPT. 2007. ALL REGIONS PASSWORD BYPASS.

ENVN4005S-EMEA ENGLISH. R03.09.03. 28 SEPT. 2008.

ENVN4005T-EMEA ENGLISH. R03.10.03. 20 JUNE. 2009.

ENVN4005V-EMEA ENGLISH. R03.11.06. 02 MARCH 2010.

ENVN4005V-EMEA DUTCH. R03.11.06. 02 MARCH 2010.

ENVN4010V-EMEA GERMAN. R03.11.09. 06 SEPT 2010.

ENVN4010V-EMEA GERMAN. R03.11.09. 19 SEPT 2010. CPS FUR IN GP380 UMGFLASHTE GP1280 (GP3FU).

ENVN4010V-EMEA GERMAN. R03.11.09. 19 SEPT 2010. SPEZIALVERSION ZUM AUSLESEN UND UBERSCHREIBEN VON PASSWORTGESCHUTZEN CODEPLUGS.

ENVN4005Y (EMEA Russian) R03.11.15. 09-Dec-2010

ENVN4005Y (EMEA English) R03.11.15. 09-Dec-2010

TUNER FOR PRO & ENTRY LEVEL R02.13.00 08 SEPT 2006.

TUNER FOR PRO & ENTRY LEVEL R02.15.00 30 DEC 2008.

GM340 Series Patch Tool Codeplug corruption (22-Sept-2006).

PASSPORT SERVICE PACK:

PassPort Service Pack: R06.02.16.

PassPort Service Pack: R07.01.19.

PassPort Service Pack: R07.02.09.

PassPort Service Pack: R08.00.18.

PassPort Service Pack: R08.02.06.

PASSPORT CPS:

R03.02.00.

R03.00.04.

R04.00.01.

R04.03.24.

R05.00.10 (2007).

R05.02.00 (2008).

R05.02.03 (2008).

TRUNKING PROFESSIONAL RADIO CPS - AA - NORTH AMERICA: HVN9067, ( MTX850/8250, MTX950/9250 PRIVACY PLUS ):

R01.03.06-AA HVN9067E. 12/30/2002.

R01.03.07-AA HNV9067F. APRIL 2003.

R02.00.00-AA HVN9067. JUNE 2004.

R02.00.02-AA HVN9067, NOVEMBER 2005.

R02.01.03-AA HVN9067, JUNE 2006.

R02.03.00-AA HVN9067, NOV 2008.

R02.03.00-AA HVN9065, MOL, NOV 2008.

PROFESSIONAL RADIO CPS - LA - PRO5250, PRO7250 Radios with Select V. LATIN AMERICA ENGLISH:

R03.01.02 LA HVN9038C 17-APR-2002 (PRO5250/PRO7250)

TRUNKING PROFESSIONAL PRIVACY PLUS RADIO CPS  LA- PRO5550, 7550 LATIN AMERICA:

R01.02.03 LA HNV9065A. November 2002. For: PRO5500 Smart Net Trunking Radios.

R01.03.07 LA HNV9065. ARIL 2003.

R02.00.00 LA HNV9065. JUNE 2004.

R02.00.01 LA HVN9065. NOV 2004.

R02.00.01 LA HVN9065. NOV 2004. CRaCK (ready for read radios with password) install, copy and paste file exe (CRACK).

R02.01.03 LA HVN9065. MARCH 2006.

R02.03.00 LA HVN9065. NOVEMBER 2008. CRaCK (ready for read radios with password) install, copy and paste file exe (CRACK).

TRUNKING PROFESSIONAL RADIO CPS  AZ ASIA PACIFIC PMVN4049S & PMVN4050 ( ATS2500/MTX900/960 PRIVACY PLUS FAMILY ):

R01.02.00-AZ DEALER. KIT.NO.PMVN4049D/PMVN4050D. June 2000.

R01.03.02 AZ DEALER. PMVN4049J/PMVN4050J. April 2001.

R01.03.06 AZ DEALER. PMVN4049N/PMVN4050N. OCTOBER 2002.

R01.03.07 AZ DEALER. PMVN4049P/PMVN4050P. 2003.

R01.03.08 AZ PMV4050R Oct.2003.

R02.00.00 AZ PMVN4049S & PMVN4050S JUNE 2004.

R02.00.01 AZ PMVN4049T & PMVN4050T 2004.

R02.00.02 AZ PMVN4049U & PMVN4050U 2004.

R02.01.03 AZ PMVN4049V & PMVN4050V MARCH 2006.

R02.03.00. AZ PMVN4050W. NOVEMBER 2008.

TRUNKING PROFESSIONAL RADIO CPS  MD - ( SMART SERIES PRIVACY PLUS TRUNK, EUROPE: GP240/280/540/580 ):

R01.03.04 MD. APRIL 2002. GMVN4001/GMVN4002.

R01.03.05 MD. JULY 2002. GMVN4001/GMVN4002.

R02.00.00 MD. JUNE 2004. GMVN4001/GMVN4002.

R02.00.01 MD. NOVEMBER 2004. GMVN4001/GMVN4002.

R02.01.03 MD. MARCH 2006. GMVN4001/GMVN4002.

R02.03.00 MD. NOV 2008. GMVN4001/GMVN4002.

PROFESSIONAL RADIO CPS  MD - ( MDC1200 EUROPE: GM, GP140 / 160 CONVENTIONAL):

R-01.00.02-MD 1998. GM100 SERIES: GM140/160

MDC-MOBILE GM100 SERIES: R05.01.00, MARCH2002, ENVN4004.

MDC-MOBILE GM100 SERIES, R05.02.03A ENVN4004

MDC-MOBILE GM100 SERIES, R05.02.03C ENVN4004

MDC-PORTABLE GP100 SERIES, R05.03.00. ENVN4004

MDC-PORTABLE GP100 SERIES, R04.00.01. ENVN4004

MDC-PORTABLE GP100 SERIES, R05.01.00. ENVN4004. MARCH 2002

R06.01.00-MD 2001

R06.05.03-MD. WARIS CONVENTIONAL RADIOS. 2005

R06.09.06-MD GM/GP SERIES MDC RADIOS. 2007.

R06.07.04-MD. 2006.

R06.10.04-MD. 2008.

R06.10.06-MD. 2008. RUSSIAN.

R06.11.05-MD, AA. ENGLISH. 2010

R06.11.07-MD, AA. RUSSIAN. 2010

R06.12.02-MD, AA. ENGLISH. 2010

PROFESSIONAL RADIO CPS - AS - ASIA- AUSTRALIA (Radios with Select V: GP320, GP330, GP329 (-Plus), GP339 (-Plus), GP340, GP344, GP360, GP380, GP388, GP366R, GM340, GM360, GM380, GM339, GM399, PRO5250, PRO7250, (KIT NR: PMVN4039, PMVN4040) ):

R03.04.02-AS ENGLISH. 26 Sept. 2005 GM/GP ASIA PMVN4039J, PMVN4040J (Asia English) gp300 & gm300 AZ. Supported radio models: GM339, GM399.

R03.03.00-AS ENGLISH. PMVN4039H & PMVN4040H. 30-SEPTEMBER-2004.

R03.07.04-AS ENGLISH. PMVN4039N & PMVN4040N. 30-APRIL-2007.

R03.08.03-AS ENGLISH. PMVN4039P & PMVN4040P. 30-SEPTEMBER-2007. RADIOS SUPPORTED: GP320, GP330, GP329 (-Plus), GP339 (-Plus).

R03.09.03-AS ENGLISH. PMVN4039Q. 2008.

R03.11.06-AS ENGLISH PMVN4039T &PMVN4040T. 02-MARCH-2010.

R03.11.15 AS (09-Dec-2010) (PMVN4039W (Asia English) ).

GERMAN GP360-11b CPS:

FuG-11b, R01.01.03, 14.11.2003. GMVN5039A

FuG-11b, DPS-900.

FuG-11b ATEX BOS6100.

MAG ONE: ( A8-LA LATIN AMERICA ) & ( A8-A10-A12-AZ ASIA ) & ( BPR40-AA NOTRH AMERICA) & ( MP300-EMEA EUROPE- GMVN5110 ) CUSTOMER PROGRAMMING SOFTWARE:

MAG ONE R01.00 REGION AZ (4-NOV-2005)

MAG ONE R01.01.00 REGION AZ (20-APRIL-2006)

MAG ONE R02.00 REGION AZ (17-AUG-2006)

R02.00. (CRACKED-READS RADIOS WITH PASSWORD), Supported Region: AZ.

MAG ONE R02.04 REGION AZ (10-JAN-2008)

MAG ONE R02.06 REGION AZ (28-OCT-2010)

MAG ONE A10 & A12 R01.00 CPS REGION AZ. 2009

MAG ONE A10 & A12 R02.00 CPS REGION AZ. 2011

R01.01. Supported Region: LA.

R02.00. 8.AUG.2006. LA.

R02.00. 8.AUG.2006. LA CRACKED-READS RADIOS WITH A PASSWORD.

R02.01. 28th.FEB.2007. LA.

R02.01. 28th.FEB.2007.LA. (CRACKED-READS RADIOS WITH PASSWORD).

R02.02. 2011. LA.

R01.0. 4th November 2005. Supported Region: AA ( BPR40 North America ).

R01.02. AUG 2006. Supported Region: AA ( BPR40 North America ).

R02.01. APRIL 2007. Supported Region: AA ( BPR40 North America ) RVN5081.

R01.03. MagOne portable radio MP300 EMEA R01.03. 2006. Supported Region: MD-EUROPE (craked -out side band ).GMVN5110A.

R02.00. MagOne portable radio MP300 EMEA R02.00. 2006. Supported Region: MD-EUROPE (craked -out side band ).GMVN5110

MAG ONE R02.01 REGION MD (28-FEB-2007).

Mag One Series Serial Number Programming Engineering Tool (DEALER) D01.0A. OCTOBER/12/2005.

Mag One Series Serial Number Programming Engineering Tool (DEALER) D01.0C. NOVENBER/04/2005.

Mag One Series Serial Number Programming Engineering Tool (DEALER) D01.09. OCTOBER/12/2005.

PROFESSIONAL PORTABLE RADI0: PR860 (AA) RVN5022 :

R01.01 AA CPS 2005.

R01.02 AA CPS 2006.

R01.03 AA CPS 2008.RVN5022C

R01.05 AA CPS 2014.

DTR SERIES DIGITAL RADIOS ( DTR620, 902-907/915-928MHz-LA, DTR410, 510, 550, 610-900MHz USA, DTR2430 & 2450 EMEA: 2400MHz LICENCE FREE ):

R01.00 CPS FOR DTR620 LA DIGITAL PORTABLE RADIOS. 2006. RVN5080.

R02.00 CPS FOR DTR620 LA DIGITAL PORTABLE RADIOS.RVN5080.

R01.00 CPS FOR DTR410, DTR510, DTR550, DTR610, DTR650. 2007.

R02.00 CPS FOR DTR410, DTR510, DTR550, DTR610, DTR650. 2008.

DTR SMS Tool Software. R01.00. 2008.

MOTOTRBO CUSTOMER PROGRAMMING SOFTWARE FOR DIGITAL RADIOS: AA: XiRP8268, XiRP8260, XiRP8208, XiRP8200, XiRM8260, XiRM8268, XiRM8220, EMEA: DM3400, DM3401, DM3600, DM3601, DP3400, DP3401, DP3600, DP3601, DR3000, LA: DGP6150, DGP4150, DGM4150, DGM6100, DGM4100, DGR6175.

(PC PROGRAMMING CABLE: "IMPRES" USB).

V2.0 AA (BUILD 67) CPS FOR WINDOWS XP/VISTA.(XiRP8268, XiRP8260, XiRP8208, XiRP8200, XiRM8260, XiRM8268, XiRM8220) (RVN5115) 2007.

V3.5 AA (BUILD 86) CPS FOR WINDOWS XP/VISTA.(CPS) for the XPR4300, XPR4550, XPR6300, XPR6550 and XPR8300 radios 2008.

V4.0 AA (Build 112) XPR4300, XPR4550, XPR6300, XPR6550 and XPR8300. 2009.

V4.5 AA (Build 144) (CPS) for the XPR4300, XPR4550, XPR6300, XPR6550 and XPR8300 radios. 2009.

V5.5 AA (Build 213) (CPS) for the XPR4300, XPR4550, XPR6300, XPR6550, XPR8300, MTR3000, XPR6580, XPR6380, XPR4580 and XPR4380 radios.

V6.0 AA (Build 244) (CPS) for the XPR4300, XPR4550, XPR6300, XPR6550, XPR8300, MTR3000, XPR6580, XPR6380, XPR4580 and XPR4380 radios.

V7.0 AA (Build 356) (CPS) for the XPR4300, XPR4550, XPR6300, XPR6550, XPR8300, MTR3000, XPR6580, XPR6380, XPR4580 and XPR4380 radios.

V8.5 AA (BUILD 429) (CPS) for the XPR4300, XPR4550, XPR6300, XPR6550, XPR8300, MTR3000, XPR6580, XPR6380, XPR4580 and XPR4380 radios.

V8.6 AA (Build 453) 2013.

V9.0 AA (Build 470) 2013.

V10.0 AA (Build 510) 2014.

V10.0 25khzPatch.

V11.0 AA (Build 596) 2015.

V11.5 AA (Build 621) 2015.

V12.1 AA (Build 645) 2016.

R010810_1000001 PORTABLE UPDATE PACKAGES AA.

V2.0 LA (BUILD 67) CPS FOR WINDOWS XP/VISTA.(DGP6150, DGP4150, DGM6100, DGM4100 and DGR6175) 2007.

V3.5 LA (BUILD 88) CPS FOR WINDOWS XP/VISTA.(DGP6150, DGP4150, DGM6100, DGM4100 and DGR6175) 2008.

V3.6 LA (BUILD 98) CPS FOR WINDOWS XP/VISTA.(DGP6150, DGP4150, DGM6100, DGM4100 and DGR6175) 2008.

V4.0 LA (BUILD 112) CPS FOR WINDOWS XP/VISTA.(DGP6150, DGP4150, DGM6100, DGM4100 and DGR6175) 2008.

V4.7 LA (BUILD 171) CPS FOR WINDOWS XP/VISTA.(DGP6150, DGP4150, DGM6100, DGM4100 and DGR6175) 2009.

V5.3 LA (BUILD 196) CPS FOR WINDOWS XP/VISTA.(DGP6150, DGP4150, DGM6100, DGM4100 and DGR6175) 2010.

V5.6 LA (BUILD 223) CPS FOR WINDOWS XP/VISTA/7.(DGP6150, DGP4150, DGM6100, DGM4100 and DGR6175) 2010.

V6.0 LA (BUILD 244) CPS FOR WINDOWS XP/VISTA/7.(DGP6150, DGP4150, DGM6100, DGM4100 and DGR6175) 2010.

V6.1 LA (BUILD 282) CPS FOR WINDOWS XP/VISTA/7.(DGP6150, DGP4150, DGM6100, DGM4100 and DGR6175) 2011.

V6.5 LA (BUILD 289) CPS FOR WINDOWS XP/VISTA/7.(DGP6150, DGP4150, DGM6100, DGM4100 and DGR6175) 2011.

V6.7 LA (BUILD 327) CPS FOR WINDOWS XP/VISTA/7.(DGP6150, DGP4150, DGM6100, DGM4100 and DGR6175) 2011.

V6.8 LA (BUILD 340) CPS FOR WINDOWS XP/VISTA/7.(DGP6150, DGP4150, DGM6100, DGM4100 and DGR6175) 2011.

V7.0 LA (BUILD 351) CPS FOR WINDOWS XP/VISTA/7.(DGP6150, DGP4150, DGM6100, DGM4100 and DGR6175) 2011.

V7.6 LA (BUILD 384) CPS FOR WINDOWS XP/VISTA/7.(DGP6150, DGP4150, DGM6100, DGM4100 and DGR6175) 2012.

V8.5 LA (BUILD 429) CPS FOR WINDOWS XP/VISTA/7.(DGP6150, DGP4150, DGM6100, DGM4100 and DGR6175) 2012.

V9.0 LA (BUILD 470) CPS FOR WINDOWS XP/VISTA/7.(DGP6150, DGP4150, DGM6100, DGM4100 and DGR6175) 2014.

V10.0 LA (BUILD 510) CPS FOR WINDOWS XP/VISTA/7.(DGP6150, DGP4150, DGM6100, DGM4100 and DGR6175) 2014.

V11.5 LA (BUILD 621).

V11.6 LA (BUILD 629).

V12.1 LA (BIULD 645).

V3.00 AZ (BUILD 80) CPS FOR WINDOWS XP/VISTA.(XiRM8220, XiRM8228, XiRM8260, XiRM8268, XiRP8200, XiPR8208, XiRP8260, XiRP8268 and XiRR8200) 2007.

V3.5 AZ (Build 88)  CPS FOR WINDOWS XP/VISTA.(XiRM8220, XiRM8228, XiRM8260, XiRM8268, XiRP8200, XiPR8208, XiRP8260, XiRP8268 and XiRR8200) 2008.

V4.0 AZ (Build 112)  CPS FOR WINDOWS XP/VISTA.(XiRM8220, XiRM8228, XiRM8260, XiRM8268, XiRP8200, XiPR8208, XiRP8260, XiRP8268 and XiRR8200) 2009.

V5.3 AZ (Build 196)  CPS FOR WINDOWS XP/VISTA.(XiRM8220, XiRM8228, XiRM8260, XiRM8268, XiRP8200, XiPR8208, XiRP8260, XiRP8268 and XiRR8200) 2010.

V5.5 AZ (Build 213) (CPS) FOR WINDOWS XP/VISTA.(XiRM8220, XiRM8228, XiRM8260, XiRM8268, XiRP8200, XiPR8208, XiRP8260, XiRP8268 and XiRR8200) 2010.

6.0 AZ (Build 244)  (CPS)

6.5 AZ (Build 289)  (CPS) for the XiRP8268, XiRP8260, XiRP8208, XiRP8200, XiRM8260, XiRM8268 and XiRM8220 radios. 2011. & Net Framework 3.5

6.7 AZ (Build 327)  (CPS) for the XiRP8268, XiRP8260, XiRP8208, XiRP8200, XiRM8260, XiRM8268 and XiRM8220 radios. 2011.

7.0 AZ (Build 351)  (CPS) for the XiRP8268, XiRP8260, XiRP8208, XiRP8200, XiRM8260, XiRM8268 and XiRM8220 radios. 2011.

7.5 AZ (Build 375)  (CPS) for the XiRP8268, XiRP8260, XiRP8208, XiRP8200, XiRM8260, XiRM8268 and XiRM8220 radios. 2012.

V1.0 EMEA-MD (BUILD 59) CPS FOR WINDOWS XP/VISTA.(DP3400, DP3601, DM3400 and DM3601) 26 FEB 2007. (GMVN5141A).

V3.0 EMEA-MD (BUILD 80) CPS FOR WINDOWS XP/VISTA.(DM3400, DM3401, DM3600, DM3601, DP3400, DP3401, DP3600, DP3601, DR3000) 2007.

V3.06 EMEA-MD (BUILD 80) CPS FOR WINDOWS XP/VISTA.(DM3400, DM3401, DM3600, DM3601, DP3400, DP3401, DP3600, DP3601, DR3000) 2008.

V4.00 EMEA-MD (BUILD 112) CPS FOR WINDOWS XP/VISTA.(DM3400, DM3401, DM3600, DM3601, DP3400, DP3401, DP3600, DP3601, DR3000) 2008.

V4.5 EMEA-MD (BUILD 144) CPS FOR WINDOWS XP/VISTA.(DM3400, DM3401, DM3600, DM3601, DP3400, DP3401, DP3600, DP3601, DR3000) 2009.

V4.6 EMEA-MD (BUILD 163) CPS FOR WINDOWS XP/VISTA.(DM3400, DM3401, DM3600, DM3601, DP3400, DP3401, DP3600, DP3601, DR3000) 2010.

V4.7 EMEA-MD (BUILD 171) CPS FOR WINDOWS XP/VISTA.(DM3400, DM3401, DM3600, DM3601, DP3400, DP3401, DP3600, DP3601, DR3000) 2010.

V5.3 EMEA-MD (Build 195) & 5.2 (Build 85) MOTOTRBO Tuner for the MOTOTRBO radios. GMVN5141L. FEB-2010.

V5.5 EMEA-MD (Build 213) 2010.

V7.0 EMEA (Build351) GMVN5141U. 2011.

V7.6 EMEA (Build384) GMVN5141. 2012.

V9.0 EMEA (Build 470) GMVN5141AD. 2013.

V10.0 (Build 510)

V10.5 (Build 551) Standalone GMVN5141AF EMEA MOTOTRBO

V11.0 (Build 596) GMVN5141AH EMEA MOTOTRBO

V12.1 (Build 645) 2016 EMEA MOTOTRBO

AIRTRACER V3.0 (C0MPILATION 11). 2007.

AIRTRACER V3.6 (C0MPILATION 14). 2008.

AIRTRACER V4.0 (C0MPILATION 16). 2009.

AIRTRACER V4.5. 2009.

AIRTRACER 5.1 (Build 20). 2010.

MOTOTRBO Driver Software v2.5.

MOTOTRBO TUNER V2.0 (Build 31).

MOTOTRBO TUNER V3.0 (Build 37).

MOTOTRBO TUNER V3.6 (Build 46).

MOTOTRBO TUNER V4.0 (Build 54).

MOTOTRBO TUNER V4.1 (Build 60).

MOTOTRBO TUNER V4.5 (Build 66). 2009. (Support for H55XDH9LA1AN, H55XDH9JA1AN, H55XDC9LA1AN and H55XDC9JA1AN models.)

MOTOTRBO TUNER V4.6 (Build 72). 2010.

MOTOTRBO TUNER V5.2 (Build 85). FEB1 2010.

MOTOTRBO TUNER V5.5 (Build 91). 2010.

MOTOTRBO TUNER V5.6 (Build 93). 2010.

MOTOTRBO TUNER V6.0 (Build 97). 2011.

MOTOTRBO TUNER V6.8 (Build 108). 2011.

MOTOTRBO TUNER V7.0 (Build 114). 2011.

MOTOTRBO TUNER V8.0 (Build 120). 2012.

MOTOTRBO TUNER V9.0 (Build 136). 2012

RDAC: MOTOTRBO Repeater Diagnostics And Control V1.0 (BUILD 13). 2009.

RDAC: MOTOTRBO Repeater Diagnostics And Control V2.5 (BUILD 32). 2010.

RDAC: MOTOTRBO Repeater Diagnostics And Control V3.5 (BUILD 45). 2011.

RDAC: MOTOTRBO Repeater Diagnostics And Control V4.0 (BUILD 50). 2012.

Multi Channel Device Driver MCDD2036, R1 4 03 (2-20-2009)

XRC 9000 Connect Plus Network Manager Connection Tool R01.20.17LA.

DepotTool for the MOTOTRBO radios. v1.5 BUILD 8. (The Depot Tool allows the user to access and program (e.g. read, write, blank) the Serial Number of MOTOTRBO subscriber radios and repeaters. The Depot Tool also allows the user to update, or flash, the radio's codeplug and firmware).

MOTOTRBO DEPOT TOOL V3.00 BUILD 2.0

PROFESSIONAL RADIO CPS - MOTOROLA JAPAN SPECIAL PRODUCTS FOR JAPAN ONLY ( PMVN4078 ):

R02.00.03B-JP. 1999.(GP-328/338). ( PMVN4078 ).

R03.01.00-JAPAN. 2005 (GP-328/338). ( PMVN4078D ).

ALPHA SERIES RADIOS CPS ( PMVN4059: GP2000/2000S LKP/2100/SP66/PACER PLUS/COMMANDER/SKS245/PRO2150: HKVN4002), EMEA P020 & P030: ENVN4061:

GP2000 R01.00. 6th of Aug 2001.

GP2000 R01.03. 7th of Mar 2002.

GP2000 R01.07. 21th of Aug 2002.

GP2000 R01.20. 20 JULY 2004. PMVN4059G. ENGLISH/CHINESE. 13 Disks.

GP2000 R01.21. 03 MAY 2008.

GP2000 expand frequency windows program, lower limit to: 425mhz, recover back to :435mhz. v.1.0. 2003.

PRO2150 R01.06 LA. 24 MAY 2002. HKVN4002.

PRO2150 R01.07 LA. 21 AUGUST 2002. HKVN4002.

PRO2150 R01.20 LA. 20 JULY 2004. HKVN4002B.

TUNER FOR ALPHA RADIOS: R01.00. 2001.

TUNER FOR ALPHA RADIOS: R01.02. 19 AUGUST 2002.

TUNER FOR ALPHA RADIOS: R01.03. 11 NOVEMBER 2002.

GP2000 TUNER BUSINESS R01.01. 18 JUNE 2004.

P020 & P030 EMEA RADIO PROGRAMMING MANUAL. ( NO SOFTWARE FOR EMEA RADIOS, FRONT KEYPAD PROGRAMMABLE IN DEALER MODE ).

ALPHA SERIES RADIOS EEP ERROR PATCH TOOL.

COMMERCIAL SERIES CP150/CP200/ CM200/CM300/PR400/PM400/EP450/EM200/EM400/GM3188/3688/3189/3689 ( RVN4191 ):

AZ ASIA: PMVN4082.

R01.01 AZ 2003 FOR: GM3188/3688, GP3188/GP3688 ASIA.

R02.01 AZ 2004 FOR: GM3188/3688, GP3188/GP3688 ASIA.

R02.01.05 AZ 2004 FOR: GM3188/3688, GP3188/GP3688 ASIA. NEW FEATURES: SUPPORT FOR DESIGNATED POWER UP CHANNEL.

B05.00 AZ MOR 2005 FOR: GM3188/3688, GM3189, GM3689, GP3188/3688. ( ENGLISH AND CHINESE ), USED FOR BETA TEST.

B05.07 AZ MOR 2005 FOR: GM3188/3688, GM3189, GM3689, GP3188/3688.

R05.02.00 AZ 2005 ENGLISH & CHINESE.

R05.04.00 PMVN4082L ENGLISH & CHINESE. ( GP3188, GP3688, GM3188, GM3688, GM3189, GM3689 and GP3689 radios ).

R05.05.00 PMVN4082M ENGLISH & CHINESE. ( GP3188, GP3688, GM3188, GM3688, GM3189, GM3689 and GP3689 radios ).

R05.06.00 PMVN4082N ENGLISH & CHINESE. ( GP3188, GP3688, GM3188, GM3688, GM3189, GM3689 and GP3689 radios ).

R05.07.00 PMVN4082O EN GLISH & CHINESE. ( GP3188, GP3688, GM3188, GM3688, GM3189, GM3689 and GP3689 radios ). 2008.

R05.07.00 PMVN4082O CRACKED - READS RADIOS WITH PASSWORDS. 2008.

R05.08.00 PMVN4082P ENGLISH & CHINESE. ( GP3188, GP3688, GM3188, GM3688, GM3189, GM3689 and GP3689 radios ). 2009.

R05.09.00 PMVN4082P ENGLISH & CHINESE. (CPS) for the GP3188, GP3688, GM3188, GM3688, GM3189, GM3689 and GP3689 radios. 2010.

R05.15.00 PMVN4082 ENGLISH & CHINESE Commercial Series Customer Programming Software (CPS) for the GP3188, GP3688, GM3188, GM3688, GM3189, GM3689 and GP3689 radios. 2011.

R05.16AZ PMVN4082W

GM3188 CHANNEL NUMBER EXPANTION MFC APPLICATION. R02.00.02.

AZ ASIA: PMVN4092. (AS 5 TONE COMMERCIAL SERIES):

R01.12.00 AS PMVN4092C.

JAPAN SPECIAL PRODUCT FOR GM3000 & GP3000 SERIES: GM3188, GM3688, GP3188, GP3688. ( PMVN4085 ):

R05.00.00-JA. 2005.

EMEA EUROPE (GMVN5025):

R02.01 & TUNER: GMVN5036 (CPS) 2003 for the CP040, CP140, CP160, CP180, CM140, and CM160 radios.

R01.12.00EN_03-Aug-04_GMVN5025B (EMEA English) FOR: CM3XX 5 TONE SERIES.

R05.00 (CPS) for the CP040, CP140, CP160, CP180, CM140, CM160, CM340 and CM360 radios.

R05.01.(CPS) for the CP040, CP140, CP160, CP180, CM140, CM160, CM340 and CM360 radios.

R05.02.(CPS) for the CP040, CP140, CP160, CP180, CM140, CM160, CM340 and CM360 radios.

R05.04.(CPS) for the CP040, CP140, CP160, CP180, CM140, CM160, CM340 and CM360 radios.

R05.05.(CPS) for the CP040, CP140, CP160, CP180, CM140, CM160, CM340 and CM360 radios.

R05.06.(CPS) for the CP040, CP140, CP160, CP180, CM140, CM160, CM340 and CM360 radios.

R05.07.(CPS) for the CP040, CP140, CP160, CP180, CM140, CM160, CM340 and CM360 radios. 2008.

R05.07.(CPS) CRACKED-READS RADIOS WITH PASSWORD for the CP040, CP140, CP160, CP180, CM140, CM160, CM340 and CM360 radios. 2008.

R05.08.(CPS) for the CP040, CP140, CP160, CP180, CM140, CM160, CM340 and CM360 radios. 2009.

R05.08.(CPS) ALL REGIONS, NO PASSWORD. 2009.

R05.09.(CPS) & TUNER R02.15.00, ALL REGIONS, NO PASSWORD. 2009.

R05.13.(CPS) EMEA. 2010.

R05.15. (CPS) EMEA & TUNER R02.16.00 PLUS CRACK INFO. 2011.

R05.16. (CPS) EMEA & TUNER R02.16.00 2011.

LA LATIN AMERICA (RVN4195):

R02.01 LA ( EP450, EM200, EM400 ) LATIN AMERICA. ( LANGUAGES: ENGLISH/PORUGUESE/BRAZIL/SPANISH )

R02.04 LA.

R04.00 LA ENGLISH, SPANISH, PORTUGUES. 2004.

R05.02 LA ENGLISH, SPANISH, PORTUGUES. 2006.

R05.04 LA. 2006.

R05.05 LA. 2006.

R05.05 LA. 2006. CRACKED

R05.06 LA. 2006.

R05.06 LA. 2006. CRACKED

R05.07 LA. 2008.

R05.07 LA. 2008.(ready for read radios with password (crack included) copy and past file CPS).

R05.08 LA. 2009.

R05.08 LA. 2009.(ready for read radios with password (crack included) copy and past file CPS).

R05.09 LA. 2009.

R05.13 LA 2010. Commercial Series Customer Programming Software (CPS) for the EP450, EM200, and EM400 radios

R05.14 LA 2010. Commercial Series Customer Programming Software (CPS) for the EP450, EM200, and EM400 radios

R05.15 LA & TUNER R02.16.00 PLUS CRACK INFO. 2011. Commercial Series Customer Programming Software (CPS) for the EP450, EM200, and EM400 radios

R05.16 LA & TUNER R02.16.00. 2011. Commercial Series Customer Programming Software (CPS) for the EP450, EM200, and EM400 radios

R05.17 LA (2012).

AA NORTH AMERICA (RVN4191):

R01.01. & TUNER R02.08.00 AA RVN4191B. 2003. USA ( CP-100/CP-150/CP-200/CM-200 ).

R02.01.& TUNER R02.11.00 AA RVN4191D. 2003. USA ( PM400/PR300/CM200/300/CP150/200 SERIES ).

R02.04 & TUNER R02.11.00 AA RVN4191E. 2003. USA ( PM400/PR300/CM200/300/CP150/200 SERIES ).

R02.06 & TUNER R02.11.00 AA RVN4191F. 2004. USA ( CP150/200, CM200/300, PR400, PM400 ).

R04.00 & TUNER R02.11.00 AA RVN4191G. 2004. USA ( CP150, CP200, CM200, CM300, PR400, and PM400 radios) NEW FEATURES: SUPPORT FOR LTR.

R05.00 & TUNER R02.11.00 AA RVN4191H. 2005. USA.

R05.02. & TUNER R02.12.00 Commercial Series Customer Programming Software (CPS) for the CP150, CP200, CM200, CM300, PR400, and PM400 radios. (2005).

D02.03. BETA VERSION. 2003.

R05.04 & TUNER R02.12.00 CP150, CP200, CM200, CM300, PR400, and PM400 radios. NORTH AMERICA-AA.

R05.05 (15 Jun 2006 Zip File 11MB) Customer Programming Software for Commercial Series Portable and Mobile Radios. Revision Number: R05.05 Part Number: RVN4191 Product Applicability: CM, CP, PM, PR.

R05.06 & TUNER R02.12.00 RVN4191 CP150, CP200, CM200, CM300, PR400, and PM400 radios. NORTH AMERICA-AA.

R05.07 & TUNER R02.12.00 RVN4191 CP150, CP200, CM200, CM300, PR400, and PM400 radios. NORTH AMERICA-AA. 2008.

R05.08 & TUNER R02.13.00 RVN4191L CP150, CP200, CM200, CM300, PR400, and PM400 radios. NORTH AMERICA-AA. 2008.

R05.09 & TUNER R02.15.00 RVN4191M CP150, CP200, CM200, CM300, PR400, and PM400 radios. NORTH AMERICA-AA.Support  CP200XSL model. 2009.

R05.10 & TUNER R02.15.00 RVN4191N CP150, CP200, CM200, CM300, PR400, and PM400 radios. NORTH AMERICA-AA.Support the radios with new version codeplugs. 2008.

R05.12 & TUNER R02.15.00. CP150, CP200, CM200, CM300, PR400, and PM400 radios. NORTH AMERICA-AA. Support for the CP200XLS radios.

R05.13 & TUNER R02.15.00. 2010.

R05.16 AA. 2011.

R05.17 AA. 2013.

R05.18 AA 2014.

COMMERCIAL SERIES (ENTRY LEVEL) PORTABLE CP185 NAG (NORTH AMERICA):

R01.00 (Build 21) HAVN. 2008.

R01.01 (Build 28) 2009.

R01.04 (Build 35) 2009.

R01.07 (Build 46) 2010.

R02.00 (Build 53) 2011.

R02.03 (Build 61) USA 2013.

R02.06 (Build 64) USA 2014.

TUNER R01.00. AUGUST 2008. (ENTRY LEVEL RADIO TUNER FOR: APAC-CP476-CP477-CP1300-CP1600-CP1660, EMEA-P160, P180, LACR-EP350, NAG-CP185).

TUNER R01.01. DECEMBER 2008. (ENTRY LEVEL RADIO TUNER FOR: APAC-CP476-CP477-CP1300-CP1600-CP1660, EMEA-P160, P180, LACR-EP350, NAG-CP185).

TUNER R01.02 (31-AUGUST-2009) GMVN5535A

TUNER R01.03 (09-MARCH-2010) GMVN5535B

COMMERCIAL ENTRY LEVEL SERIES PORTABLE EP350 NLACR (LATIN AMERICA) CPS-PMVN4161, TUNER-PMVN4165:

D01.24 (BUILD 32) HAVN. 2009.

EP350 Portable Radio Customer Programming Software R01.04 (Build 35)

EP350 Portable Radio Customer Programming Software R01.06 (Build 41)

EP350 Portable Radio Customer Programming Software R01.07 (Build 46)

EP350 Portable Radio Customer Programming Software R02.00 (Build 53)

EP350 Portable Radio Customer Programming Software R02.02 (Build 58) 2012.

TUNER R01.00. AUGUST 2008. (ENTRY LEVEL RADIO TUNER FOR: APAC-CP476-CP477-CP1300-CP1600-CP1660, EMEA-P160, P180, LACR-EP350, NAG-CP185).

TUNER R01.01. DECEMBER 2008. (ENTRY LEVEL RADIO TUNER FOR: APAC-CP476-CP477-CP1300-CP1600-CP1660, EMEA-P160, P180, LACR-EP350, NAG-CP185).

TUNER R01.02. AUGUST 31, 2009. GMVN5535A (ENTRY LEVEL RADIO TUNER FOR: APAC-CP476-CP477-CP1300-CP1600-CP1660, EMEA-P160, P165, P180, P185, LACR-EP350, NAG-CP185).

TUNER R2.00 BUILD 1.4.

TUNER R2.01 BUILD 1.5.

COMMERCIAL SERIES PORTABLE CP1300, CP1600, CP1660, CP476, CP477 APAC (ASIA):

B01.00(build15) CP Series Customer Programming Software (CPS) for CP1300, CP1600, CP1660, CB476, CB477 radios, HAVN. 2009.

R01.04 (Build 35) CP1300, CP1600, CP1660, CP476 and CP477 radios.

TUNER R01.00. AUGUST 2008. (ENTRY LEVEL RADIO TUNER FOR: APAC-CP476-CP477-CP1300-CP1600-CP1660, EMEA-P160, P180, LACR-EP350, NAG-CP185).

TUNER R01.01. DECEMBER 2008. (ENTRY LEVEL RADIO TUNER FOR: APAC-CP476-CP477-CP1300-CP1600-CP1660, EMEA-P160, P180, LACR-EP350, NAG-CP185).

TUNER R01.02. AUGUST 31, 2009. GMVN5535A (ENTRY LEVEL RADIO TUNER FOR: APAC-CP476-CP477-CP1300-CP1600-CP1660, EMEA-P160, P165, P180, P185, LACR-EP350, NAG-CP185).

COMMERCIAL SERIES PORTABLE P160 & P180 EMEA (EUROPE):

P 100 SERIES CPS, R01.04 (BUILD 35) HAVN, 2009.

TUNER R01.00. AUGUST 2008. (ENTRY LEVEL RADIO TUNER FOR: APAC-CP476-CP477-CP1300-CP1600-CP1660, EMEA-P160, P180, LACR-EP350, NAG-CP185).

TUNER R01.01. DECEMBER 2008. (ENTRY LEVEL RADIO TUNER FOR: APAC-CP476-CP477-CP1300-CP1600-CP1660, EMEA-P160, P180, LACR-EP350, NAG-CP185).

TUNER R01.02. AUGUST 31, 2009. GMVN5535A (ENTRY LEVEL RADIO TUNER FOR: APAC-CP476-CP477-CP1300-CP1600-CP1660, EMEA-P160, P165, P180, P185, LACR-EP350, NAG-CP185).

PROFESSIONAL RADIO - ELP - ENTRY LEVEL PROFESSIONAL ( P040/080, CT150/250/450, PRO3150, GP88/308) :

R01.00.01-MD. 1999. ( P040/080: European version of PRO3150, CT250/450 ) ENVN4020

R02.01.01-MD. 2000. ( P040/080 EUROPE ). ENVN4020

R02.02.00-MD. 2001. ( P040/080 EUROPE ). ENVN4020

R02.03.00-MD. 2003. ( P040/080 EUROPE ). ENVN4020

UHF B1 RF PA Control Voltage Limit Patchier Tool, UHF B1 (GP88S).

R02.01.03-AA. 11/8/2000. . HVN6053D ( CT-250/450/450LS- USA ).

R02.02.00-AA. HVN6053 & TUNER FOR PROF RADIOS: R02.07. ( CT-250/450/450LS- USA, This is the last revision of this software as they are not going to update it. ).

R01.00.00-MOR 1999. ( GP88S AND MORE, ASIA ).

R02.01.03-MOR 2001 & TUNER: R02.00.03. ( GP88S AND MORE, ASIA) .

R02.02.00-MOR ( GP88S AND MORE, ASIA ).

R02.03.00 AZ 2004. PMVN4047-PMVN4048J, ( GP-308 AND OTHERS, ASIA ) .

R01.00.01-LA. 1999 (PRO3150, Latin American version of CT-250/450, P040/P080) HVN9017.

R02.00.00-LA 2001. (PRO3150, LATIN AMERICA ) HVN9017.

R02.00.03-LA 2001. (PRO3150, LATIN AMERICA ) HVN9017.

R02.01.03-LA 2001. (PRO3150, LATIN AMERICA ) HVN9017. (CRACKED: If the radio has a password it will still let you view the cp when it asks you for the pw just hit enter)

R02.03.00-LA (PRO3150, LATIN AMERICA ) HVN9017.

PROFESSIONAL RADIO -CPS- MPT TRUNK ( GP,GM, PTX7xx/600/640/680/688/1280: MPS-AZ-ASIA, EMEA-EUROPE, LA-LATIN AMERICA: PRO3400, 5450, 7450, 9400, DATABOX):

Description Kit No.

Asia Dealer Programmer (CD) PMVN4043
Asia Dealer Programmer (Disk) PMVN4031
EMEA Dealer Programmer ENVN4006
Latin America Dealer Programmer HVN9030

Asia Dealer Programmer (CD) PMVN4057
Asia Dealer Programmer (Disk) PMVN4058

 

EMEA Dealer Programmer ENVN4006:

R00.01.07 EMEA DEALER. ENVN4006B. 23 Nov 1998. ( GM/640/GP680/1280 EUROPE ).

R00.02.04 ENVN4006F

R00.02.10 EMEA ENVN4006G

R00.02.14 ENVN4006H

R00.02.16 ENVN4006I

R00.03.00 ENVN4006J (10 JUNE 2001)

R00.04.00 ENVN4006K

R00.04.04 ENVN4006L

R00.05.02 ENVN4006M

R00.06.05 ENVN4006N

R00.07.04 ENVN4006P (13 MAR 2008)

R00.07.08 ENVN4006Q (10-SEP-2009)

R00.07.13 ENVN4006S (30-SEP-2010)

R00.08.08 ENVN4006U (3-AUG-2011)

R02.00.02 (15 May 2001)

R03.00.01 (18 Sept 2001)

Asia Dealer Network Programmer PMVN4056:

R01.00.00 NETWORK (30 JUNE 2000)

Asia Dealer Programmer (CD) PMVN4043 & (Disk) PMVN4031:

R00.00.02 (15-May-2001)

R00.02.07 PMVN4031D (30-JUNE-2000)

R00.02.10 PMVN4031E (29-May-2001)

R00.02.14 PMVN4043F (14-APRIL-2003)

R00.04.00 PMVN4031K (15-DEC-2004)

R00.04.02 PMVN4031(11-Feb-2003)

R00.04.04 PMVN4043K (20-Sept-2005)

R00.07.08 PMVN4043P (10-SEPT-2009)

R00.07.13 PMVN4043R (30-SEPT-2010)

R00.08.08 PMVN4043T (03-AUG-2011)

Asia Dealer Programmer (CD) PMVN4057 & (Disk) PMVN4058:

R01.00.00 PMVN4058A (30-JUNE-2000)

R02.00.00 PMVN4057B & PMVN4058B (05-FEB-2001)

D04.01.00 CHINESE Dealer & Network (15 MAY 2003)

R05.00.00 PMVN4057J & PMVN4058J (01-JULY-2005)

R05.00.03 PMVN4057K & PMVN4058K (14-Sep-2005)

B06.00.04 (19-Feb-2009 )

R06.00.07 PMVN4057L (24-MAR-2009) & Crack bypass password.

Asia Dealer Programmer (DPS) PMVN4022 & (NPS) PMVN4023:

R03.00.01_DPS_PORTABLES_ PMVN4022C

R03.00.01_NPS_PORTABLES_PMVN4023C

Latin America Dealer Programmer HVN9030:

R00.04.04 LA-MPT PROFESSIONAL RADIOS. HVN9030. 20-SEPT-2005

R00.05.02 WARIS LA-MPT PROFESSIONAL RADIOS DEALER & NETWORK PROGRAMMER. HVN9030H. 25-JULY-2006.

R00.06.05 LA-MPT PROFESSIONAL RADIOS. HVN9030i. 21-SEPT-2007.

R00.07.04 LA-MPT PROFESSIONAL RADIOS. HVN9030J. 13-MAR-2008.

R00.07.08 LA-MPT PROFESSIONAL RADIOS Dealer & Network Programmer CPS. HVN9030K. 10-SEPT-2009.

R00.07.08 LA-MPT PROFESSIONAL RADIOS Crack bypass password.

R00.08.08 LA-MPT PROFESSIONAL RADIOS Dealer & Network Programmer CPS. HVN9030P. 03-AUG-2011.

BUSINESS RADIO SERIES:

EP150 (LA) PORTABLE SERIES, (RKN4155):

R01.00 LA

R01.01 LA, 2008.

R01.03 LA, 2009.

R02.00 LA, 2010.

Entry Level Radio Tuner R1.01 (2008-DEC-03)

CP110 (NORTH AMERICA) RVN5149 :

R01.00. RVN5149A. 2009.

R02.00. RVN5149B. 2011.

R03.01. RVN5149. 2012.

RDMSeries MURS RDM2020 & RDM2080d Programming Software RVN5147, RVN4155-PROG CABLE, RLN6303-RADIO TO RADIO CLONING CABLE:

R01.00. 2011. RVN5147.

R02.01. 2012. RVN5147.

RDX RDU RDV CP110 RDV2020. RDV2080, RDU2020, RDU2080, RDV5100, RDU4100, and RDU4160:

R01.00. 2011.

R02.01. 2011.

R03.00. 2011.

R03.01. 2012.

CP125 (VL130 RADIUS) & (AXU4100 AXV5100) RVN4196 AA:

R01.05 RVN4196 CPS ALPHA-X SOFTWARE.

TETRA:

CM5000 CLEARTONE-MOTOROLA GR01, NATIVE PROGRAMMER v1.07, APP WRITER v1.00. MR01.

CM5000 CLEARTONE-MOTOROLA GR1.1 NATIVE PROGRAMMER CPS v1.09. 06-NOVEMBER-2008.

CM5000 CLEARTONE-MOTOROLA GR1.2 NATIVE PROGRAMMER CPS v1.012. 06-NOVEMBER-2008.

CM5000 CLEARTONE-MOTOROLA GR1.4 NATIVE PROGRAMMER CPS v1.019. 15-APRIL-2009.

CM5000 CLEARTONE-MOTOROLA GR1.8 NATIVE PROGRAMMER CPS v1.024. 2010.

MR1.0 (R70.23.03) or MR1.16 (R70.37.07) to MR1.2 (R70.44.09) ONLY. This is an upgrade for the Tetra FOR RADIOS: MTH500 PORTABLE HANDSET 410MHz, MTH500 PORTABLE HANDSET UHF, MTM700 EXPANTION HEAD UHF, MTM700 MOTORCYCLE CONTROLHEAD 800MHz, MTM700 MOTORCYCLE CONTROLHEAD UHF, MTM700 STD. CONTROLHEAD 800MHz, MTP700 SPLIT CONTINUOUS ROTARY CHANNEL SELECTION KNOB 800MHz PORTABLE, MTP700 SPLIT END STOP CHANNEL LITE, MTP700 SPLIT END STOP CHANNEL SELECTION KNOB 800MHz PORTABLE, MTP700 SPLIT END STOP CHANNEL SELECTION KNOB UHF PORTABLE.

MR1.2 to MR2.0. March 2003. This is an upgrade for the Tetra FOR RADIOS: MTH500 PORTABLE HANDSET 410MHz, MTH500 PORTABLE HANDSET UHF, MTM700 EXPANTION HEAD UHF, MTM700 MOTORCYCLE CONTROLHEAD 800MHz, MTM700 MOTORCYCLE CONTROLHEAD UHF, MTM700 STD. CONTROLHEAD 800MHz, MTP700 SPLIT CONTINUOUS ROTARY CHANNEL SELECTION KNOB 800MHz PORTABLE, MTP700 SPLIT END STOP CHANNEL LITE, MTP700 SPLIT END STOP CHANNEL SELECTION KNOB 800MHz PORTABLE, MTP700 SPLIT END STOP CHANNEL SELECTION KNOB UHF PORTABLE.

DIMETRIA EXTENDED R03.32.02. OCT 20 2000. FVN4862A. TETRA ORGANIZER 0. (D700/MTH300/MTP200/MTP300 HANDSETS/MTM300).

DIMETRIA R40.18.08 (15 NOV 2000) R4.0 (MTH300 MTM300 MPT200 MTP300)

DIMETRA BTS ( TESS ) FIXED STATION. R05.01.24. JUNE 2003. GMVN5018C.

DOLPHIN D1700 R00.37 (23 APR 2001) R37.03.

R90.372.02 PMVN4114B. CPS MR3.2.3. MTH500, MTM700, MTP750. 23-JUNE-2006. TETRA CPS UNICODE, LAB.

R6C.285.01 FVN5308E (19 APRIL 2005) MR5.2.1 (MTH800 MTP850 MTM800).

R6C.310.01 FVN5308F (20 OCT 2005) MR5.3 (MTH800 MTP850 MTM800).

R6C.310.01 HOT FIX (11 NOV 2005) MR5.3 (MTH800 MTP850 MTM800).

R6C.321.08 FVN5308G (8 FEB 2006) (MTH800 MTP850 MTM800).

R6C.373.02 FVN5308K (28 JUNE 2006) MR5.4 (MTP800 MTH800 MTM800).

R6C.403.01 (2006) (MTH800 MTM800 MTP850).

R6C.417.01 PMVN1432A (JAN 2007) (MTH800 MTM800 MTP850).

R6C.437.01 PMV4133A (25 OCT 2007) MR5.6 (MTP850 MTH800 MTM800ENH).

R6C.453.02 PMVN4138A (21 JAN 2008) MR5.6.1 (MTP850 MTH800 MTM800 MTM800ENH).

R6C.477.02 PMVN4154A (26 MAR 2008) MR5.6.1E (MTP850 MTH800 MTM800ENH).

R6C.483.03 PMVN4148A (12 JUNE 2008) MR9.6 (TCR1000).

R6C.520.01 PMVN4159A (24 NOV 2008) MR5.8 (MTP850 MTH800 MTM800ENH).

R6C.523.02 PMVN4159B (19 DEC 2008) MR5.81E (MTP850 MTH800 MTM800ENH).

R6C.533.01 PMVN4159D (17 MAR 2009) MR5.8 (MTM800, MTM800E, MTH800, MTP850, MTP8x0Ex, TCR1000, TOM100).

R6C.543.01 PMVN4177A (15 MAY 2009) MR5.9 (MTM800, MTM800E, MTH800, MTP850, MTP8x0Ex, TCR1000, TOM100, TETRA MODEM, MPT8x0Ex).

R6C.550.04 ZeonCPS for Tetra Australia, CPS-R1.0. Radio Models Support: MTM800 800Mhz, MTM800E 800Mhz, MTP850 800Mhz

R6C.563.01 PMVN4191A (25 AUG 2009) MR5.10 (MTM800, MTM800E, MTH800, MTP850, MTP8x0Ex, TCR1000, TOM100).

R6C.581.03 PMVN4196A (17 NOV 2009) MR5.11 (MTM800, MTM800E(with NGCH), MTH800, MTP850, MTP850Ex, CEP400/MTP830, TCR1000).

R6C.639.02 PMVN4210A (27 JUL 2010) MR5.12 (MTM800, MTM800E(with NGCH), MTH800, MTP850, MTP850Ex, CEP400/MTP830, TCR1000).

R6C.639.03 PMVN4210B (25 AUG 2010) MR5.12 ( MTH800, MPT830, MTM800, MTM800E, MTP810EX, MTP830, MTP850EX, MTP850FuG, MTP850S, MTP850 UNICODE, TCR1000, TOM100).

TETRA CPS PLUS (SEPT 2011) MR5.13 ( MTH800, MPT830, MTM800, MTM800E, MTP810EX, MTP830, MTP850EX, MTP850FuG, MTP850S, MTP850 UNICODE, TCR1000, TOM100).

R6C.652.01 PMVN4210C (2010) MR5.12 (MTM800, MTM800E(with NGCH), MTH800, MTP850, MTP850Ex, CEP400/MTP830, TCR1000).

R6C.604.01 PMVN4207A (8 FEB 2010) MR5.11.1 (CEP400, MPT830, MTM800, MTM800E(with NGCH), MTH800, MTP850, MTP850Ex, MTP850 FuG, MTP850S, CEP400/MTP830, TCR100, TCR1000).

R6C.609.02 PMVN4207B (11 MARCH 2010) MR5.11.1 (CEP400, MPT830, MTM800, MTM800E(with NGCH), MTH800, MTP850, MTP850Ex, MTP850 FuG, MTP850S, CEP400/MTP830, TCR100, TCR1000).

R6C.665.04 PMVN4224A (29 NOV 2010) MR10.1 (MTM5400, CEP400-MTP830, MTM800, MTM800E, MTH800, MTP850, MTP850FuG, MTP810Ex, MTP850Ex, CEP400/MTP830, TCR1000, TOE100).

R6C.667.01 PMVN4210D (03 DEC 2010) MR5.12 (MTM800, MTM800E(with NGCH), MTH800, MTP850, MTP850Ex, CEP400/MTP830, TCR1000).

R6C.684.01 PMVN4210J (26 APRIL 2011) MR5.12.2 (MTM800, MTM800E(with NGCH), MTH800, MTP850, MTP850Ex, CEP400/MTP830, TCR1000).

R01.00.09.94 PMVN4233A (10 AUG 2011) MR5.13 TETRA CPS PLUS

DEPOT CPS R6D.533.01 PMVN4160D (17 MAR 2009) MR5.8, DEPOT CPS MR5.8, PMVN4159D. MTH500, BTR870, MTH650, MTH750, MTH800, MTM700, MTM800, MTP700, MTP750, MTP850, MTP850EX, MTRrose PCMCIA, TCR100, TCR1000.

TetraCPSPlusSetup_R060214_depot_without_basic_installer.

TetraCPSPlusSetup_R060214_depot_complete.

TetraCPSPlus32UpgradeSetup_R062009.

TetraCPSPlus32Setup_R062009.

R70.44.09 FVN5051E (30 MAY 2002) R1.2 (MTH650 MTH500 MTP700 MTM700) (upgrade).

R70.54.04 FVN5051G (03 NOV 2002) R2.0 (MTH650 MTH500 MTP700 MTM700) (upgrade).

R76.03.10 FVN5051 (2003) (MTH650 MTH500 MTP700 MTM700) (upgrade).

R7A.85.05. FVN5260A (29 SEPT 2003) MR3.01 (MTH650 MTH500 MTP700 MTM700).

R7A.117.07 FVN5260B (09 MAR 2004) MR3.1. (MTH650 MTH500 MTP700 MTM700).

R7A.312.03 FVN5260G (04 NOV 2005) MR3.1.4. (MTH650 MTH500 MTP700 MTM700).

R7A.398.01 FVN5260H (22 NOV 2006) MR3.1.6. (MTH650 MTH500 MTP700 MTM700).

SCOUT R1.1.1. TETRA NETWORK AIR INTERFACE MONITORING AND RECORDING SOFTWARE ( MTx300, D700, MTx700, MTH300, MTH500, MTP300,MTM300 AND NEWER RADIOS ) GPS SUPPORT.

SCOUT V7.2.14. TETRA NETWORK AIR INTERFACE MONITORING AND RECORDING SOFTWARE ( MTx300, D700, MTx700, MTH300, MTH500, MTP300,MTM300 AND NEWER RADIOS ) GPS SUPPORT.

SCOUT V7.5.23. 2007. TETRA NETWORK AIR INTERFACE MONITORING AND RECORDING SOFTWARE ( MTx300, D700, MTx700, MTH300, MTH500, MTP300,MTM300 AND NEWER RADIOS ) GPS SUPPORT.

SCOUT V8.10.29. including Reg Keys.

SCOUT V9.3.16. 2008. TETRA NETWORK AIR INTERFACE MONITORING AND RECORDING SOFTWARE ( MTx300, D700, MTx700, MTH300, MTH500, MTP300,MTM300 AND NEWER RADIOS ) GPS SUPPORT.

SCOUT V9.4.6 2009. TETRA NETWORK AIR INTERFACE MONITORING AND RECORDING SOFTWARE ( MTx300, D700, MTx700, MTH300, MTH500, MTP300,MTM300 AND NEWER RADIOS ) GPS SUPPORT.

SCOUT V9.12.16 2009. TETRA NETWORK AIR INTERFACE MONITORING AND RECORDING SOFTWARE ( MTx300, D700, MTx700, MTH300, MTH500, MTP300,MTM300 AND NEWER RADIOS ) GPS SUPPORT.

SCOUT V11.20.1 (MARCH 2011).

SCOUT V2.06.

TETRANODE BTS MANAGER (TETRANODE SUITE & TETRANODE CALLOGGER V2.2.4. 2007).

TETRAFLEX BTS MANAGER 2007.

TETRA PASSWORD DELETE TOOL FOR MR5.7. (RUN THE CPS, SWITCH THE RADIO ON IN BOOT MODE, RUN THE FIX FILE, REA THE RADIO WITH CPS WITHOUT PASSWORD).

MPT700 FIRMWARE FLASH UPGRADE KIT R03.000.3317 (ERIC CPH47).

MTM800 FIRMWARE: R070006213.z19, R080006213.z19, MTM800E-Control-Head_R140006213, MTM800E-Transceiver_R170006213, R1700006511(MTM800E-TX), R080006511, R1400006511(MTM800E-CH), R080007184, MTM800E_CH_R140007184, MTM800E_CH_R140007190, MTM800E_R170007190, MTM800E_TX_R170006911,

MTP700 FIRMWARE: R010003340.z19, R020003340.z19, R030003340.z19, R040003340.z19.

MTP850 FIRMWARE: R070005450.z19, R071005450.z19, R080005450.z19, R081005450.z19, R100005450.z19, R101005450.z19, R100006911.z19(800MHZ), R130006106.z19, R130006213.z19, R130006511.z19(350MHZ), R130006911.z19(350MHZ), R100006511(806MHZ), MTP850_350_R130007184, MTP850_806_R100007184, MTP850EX_350_R150007186, MTP850EX_800_R260007186.

MTP850 CLR 806Mhz 5.6.1 -R100005834

MTH800_Clear_software_R070006106_for_MR5.7.

MTH800 FIRMWARE: R070006911.z19.

MTH800 FIRMWARE: R070006511.z19.

MTH800 FIRMWARE: R070006213

MTH800 FIRMWARE: R070007184

MTH800 Clear Software: R07.000.7412 MTH800 MR5.12

MTH800 Clear Software: R07.000.7871 MR5.13.1

CEP400_MTP830_350_R290006730.

CEP400_MTP830_R280006730.

OTHER FIRMWARE: R010003340.z19, R010003357.z19, R020003340.z19, R020003357.z19, R030003325.z19, R030003340.z19, R030003357.z19, R040003340.z19, R040003357.z19, R070005343.z19,

R070005450.z19, R070005544.z19, R070005620.z19, R070005639.z19, R070005815.z19, R070005834.z19, R071005450.z19, R071005620.z19, R080007184.z19, R080005450.z19, R080005544.z19, R080005621.z19,

R080005639.z19, R080005737.z19, R080005815.z19, R080005834.z19, R081005450.z19, R081005621.z19, R100005450.z19, R100005620.z19, R100005639.z19, R100005815.z19, R100005834.z19,

R130008138.z19

R130007893.z19

R080006911.z(MTM800), 19R101005450.z19, R101005620.z19, R130005620.z19, R130005641.z19, R130005815.z19, R130005834.z19, R130007184.z19, R131005620.z19, R140005737.z19,R140005737_English_Chinese.z19,

R140005737_Korean_European_Greek_Arabic.z19, R140005815.z19, R140005834.z19, R140006911.z19(MTM800E), R140007184.z19, R150005951.z19, R170005815.z19, R170005834.z19, R170006911.z19(MTM800E).

firmwareMR10.6.5a_BSI_TEA2_FW8364_R01104700.rpk

MR10.5_NonE2E_TEA1_FW7640_R01021000.rpk

MR5.14.3_NonE2E_Clear_FW8195_R01023100.rpk

MR10.7_NonE2E_Clear_FW7691_R06101500.rpk

MR5.14.9a_NonE2E_Clear_FW8465_R06023500.rpk

MR5.14_NonE2E_Clear_FW8138_FW8139_R01013400.rpk

MR5.14.9_NonE2E_Clear__FW8462_R06023000.rpk

MR5.14.3c_NonE2E_Clear_FW8416_R01104600.rpk

MR5.12.U.GPS_E2E_Clear_FW7740_R01000001.rpk

CPS - UPGRADE, LAB & MODIFIED TOOLS:

ASTRO SPECTRA PLUS FIRMWARE ASP DVN4101S

ASTRO SPECTRA PLUS FIRMWARE ASP DVN4101Y

ASTRO SPECTRA PLUS FIRMWARE ASP DVN4227U. 2012.

ASTRO SPECTRA PLUS FIRMWARE ASP DVN4227V. MARCH-2012.

ASTRO SPECTRA PLUS FIRMWARE ASP TVN6311Z. HOST: R10.72.00, DSP: 08.03.05.

ASTRO SPECTRA ANALOG FLASHPORT UPGRADE (CVN6250P) R11.71.06 & DSP A/M08.03.05

ASTRO SPECTRA DIGITAL FLASHPORT UPGRADE (CVN6360E) R11.71.06 & DSP I/N08.03.05

ASTRO SABER ANALOG FLASHPORT UPGRADE (CVN6263L) R07.71.06 & DSP A/M08.03.05

ASTRO SABER DIGITAL & XTS3000 FLASHPORT VSELP UPGRADE (CVN6325A) HOST: ap03.3x.xx, DSP: 05.xx.xx

ASTRO SABER DIGITAL FLASHPORT UPGRADE (CVN6251N) R07.71.06 & DSP I/N08.03.05.

ASTRO Saber Firmware: R7.71.07 / DSP: 08.03.05 [1MB Vocon]. CVN6251P.cvn. ( This CVN will update the 1M Digital Saber to the following firmware version: Host: R7.71.07 & DSP: 08.03.05.)

ASTRO Saber & XTS3000 Firmware: ASTRO25 Trunking R06.72.00 / 08.03.05

ASTRO Saber & XTS3000 VSELP Firmware: ap03.3x.xx / 05.xx.xx. CVN6325A.cvn. ( This CVN will update the Digital Saber (1M?) and XTS3000 to the latest VSELP firmware release.)

ASTRO Saber Firmware: R05.60.00 / DSP: 06.05.02 [512K Vocon]. TVN6271Y.cvn. ( This CVN will update the 512K Digital Saber to the following firmware version: Host: R05.60.00 & DSP: 06.05.02.)

ASTRO 25 CH BC FIRMWARE CVN. (2012).

ASTRO 25 CH XTL1500 AK FIRMWARE CVN. (2012).

MT1500 FIRMWARE R10.00.00 CVN (CVN6364G) ALSO CONTAINS R09.00.05 FOR 4 MEG RADIOS

MT1500 FIRMWARE CVN (CVN6364N).

MT1500 FIRMWARE CVN (CVN6364R).

MT1500 FIRMWARE CVN (CVN6536J). 2012.

MT1500 FIRMWARE CVN (CVN6536K). MARCH-2012.

PM1500 FIRMWARE R10.00.00 CVN (DVN4183J) ALSO CONTAINS R09.00.05 FOR 4 MEG RADIOS

PM1500 FIRMWARE CVN (DVN4183W).

PM1500 FIRMWARE CVN (CVN6488P). 2012.

PM1500 FIRMWARE CVN (CVN6488R). MARCH-2012.

PR1500 FIRMWARE R10.00.00 CVN (DVN4113S) ALSO CONTAINS R09.00.05 FOR 4 MEG RADIOS

PR1500 FIRMWARE CVN (DVN4113T).

PR1500 FIRMWARE CVN (DVN4223D).

PR1500 FIRMWARE CVN (DVN4223Y). 2012.

PR1500 FIRMWARE CVN (DVN4295A). MARCH-2012.

SSE5500 FIRMWARE R10.00.00 CVN (CVN6362F) ALSO CONTAINS R09.00.05 FOR 4 MEG RADIOS

SSE5500 FIRMWARE CVN (CVN6362K).

SSE5500 FIRMWARE CVN (CVN6362P).

XTL1500 FIRMWARE R10.00.00 CVN (DVN4129S) ALSO CONTAINS R09.00.05 FOR 4 MEG RADIOS

XTL1500 FIRMWARE DVN (DVN4222A)

XTL1500 FIRMWARE CVN (DVN4222D).

XTL1500 FIRMWARE CVN (DVN4222Y). 2012.

XTL1500 FIRMWARE CVN (DVN4296A). MARCH- 2012.

XTL2500 FIRMWARE R10.00.00 CVN (DVN4125Q) ALSO CONTAINS R09.00.05 FOR 4 MEG RADIOS

XTL2500 FIRMWARE DVN (DVN4224A)

XTL2500 FIRMWARE CVN (DVN4224D).

XTL2500 FIRMWARE CVN (DVN4224Y). 2012.

XTL2500 FIRMWARE CVN (DVN4294A). MARCH- 2012.

XTL5000 FIRMWARE R10.00.00 DVN (DVN1387L)

XTL5000 FIRMWARE DVN (DVN1387T)

XTL5000 FIRMWARE CVN (DVN1387W).

XTL5000 FIRMWARE CVN (DVN6489V). 2012.

XTL5000 FIRMWARE CVN (DVN6489W). MARCH-2012.

XTS1500 FIRMWARE CVN (CVN6363P)

XTS1500 FIRMWARE CVN (CVN6363T).

XTS1500 FIRMWARE CVN (CVN6531K). 2012.

XTS1500 FIRMWARE CVN (CVN6531L). MARCH- 2012.

XTS2500 FIRMWARE R09.00.03 DVN (DVN4136M)

XTS2500 FIRMWARE R09.00.05 DVN ( DVN4136N) R09_xx_xx firmware CVN for 4MB XTS2500 (AN)

XTS2500 FIRMWARE R10.00.00 DVN (DVN4136P) ALSO CONTAINS R09.00.05 FOR 4 MEG RADIOS

XTS2500 FIRMWARE DVN (DVN4136Y)

XTS2500 FIRMWARE CVN (DVN4228B).

XTS2500 FIRMWARE R16.00.00 DVN (DVN4228S)

XTS2500 FIRMWARE CVN (DVN4228V). 2012.

XTS2500 FIRMWARE CVN (DVN4228W). MARCH- 2012.

XTS2500 FIRMWARE R16.00.00 DVN (DVN4225Y)

XTS3000 FLASHPORT (DNV6236S) UPGRADE R07.71.06 & DSP I/N08.03.05.

XTS3000 ANALOG FLASHPORT UPGRADE (CVN6257M) R07.71.06 & DSP A/M08.03.05

XTS4000 FIRMWARE CVN (DVN4226K). 2012.

XTS4000 FIRMWARE CVN (DVN4226L). MARCH- 2012.

XTS5000 FIRMWARE R09.00.05 DVN (DVN4109S)

XTS5000 FIRMWARE R10.00.00 DVN (DVN4109U)

XTS5000 FIRMWARE DVN (DVN4225B)

XTS5000 FIRMWARE CVN (DVN4225E).

XTS5000 FIRMWARE CVN (DVN4274C). 2012.

XTS5000 FIRMWARE CVN (DVN4274D). MARCH- 2012.

XTS5000 ASP FIRMWARE CVN (DVN4227B).

Mission Critical Wireless FIRMWARE R01.03.00.

batwig flashcode decoder v1.86 xtx mcs mts

RWC SOFTTOOL Caption Codeplug Tool for Waris Radios. (XTS5000, XTS2500, XTS1500)

Astro Saber and Astro Spectra and Astro 25 Control Head Sync (Astro_25_CH_AF.cvn) 2009.

Astro Saber and Astro Spectra and Astro 25 Control Head Sync (Astro_25_CH_AG.cvn) 2009.

XTL5000 Consolette TRC Firmware Update (Windows) WiPLASH TRC R02 03

XTL5000 Consolette TRC Firmware Update (Windows) WiPLASH TRC R02 04

ASTRO 25 Portable Depot Tool R07.00.00. ( -Immersible XTS-2500 (XTS-2500i)-Model 1 with Display for the XTS-1500 and MT-1500 -Rebanding Models -B Model Platform ) & ASTRO 25 Tuner R04.01.00.

ASTRO 25 Mobile Depot R15.00.00 and ASTRO 25 Tuner R05.04.02.

ASTRO 25 Portable Depot R15.00.00 and ASTRO 25 Tuner R05.04.02.

ASTRO 25 CPS R19.01.00_Depot R15.00.00.

2009 JUNE, NEW ASTRO P25 FIRMWARE:

ASP_DVN4227C.cvn

MT1500_CVN6364S.cvn

PM1500_DVN4183Y.cvn

PR1500_DVN4223E.cvn

SSE5000_CVN6362R.cvn

XTL1500_DVN4222E.cvn

XTL2500_DVN4224E.cvn

XTL5000_DVN1387Y.cvn

XTS1500_CVN6363U.cvn

XTS2500_DVN4228C.cvn

XTS5000_DVN4225F.cvn

 

XTS5000 DVN4225N.cvn (R15.00.00 FIRMWARE)

XTS XTL (ASTRO25) Firmware release R16.00.01:

ASP_DVN4227R.cvn

MT1500_CVN6536G.cvn

PM1500_CVN6488M.cvn

PR1500_DVN4223V.cvn

XTL1500_DVN4222V.cvn

XTL2500_DVN4224V.cvn

XTL5000_CVN6489T.cvn

XTS1500_CVN6531H.cvn

XTS2500_DVN4228T.cvn

XTS4000_DVN4226H.cvn

XTS5000_DVN4274A.cvn

XTS XTL (ASTRO25) Firmware release R16.00.02 ( CPS R16.01.00 is required.) 2012:

ASP_DVN4227T.cvn

MT1500_CVN6536H.cvn

PM1500_CVN6488N.cvn

PR1500_DVN4223W.cvn

XTL1500_DVN4222W.cvn

XTL2500_DVN4224W.cvn

XTL5000_CVN6489U.cvn

XTS1500_CVN6531J.cvn

XTS2500_DVN4228U.cvn

XTS4000_DVN4226J.cvn

XTS5000_DVN4274B.cvn

ASTRO25-family firmware CVNs for R17.00.00:

ASP_DVN4227U.cvn

MT1500_CVN6536J.cvn

PM1500_CVN6488P.cvn

PR1500_DVN4223Y.cvn

XTL1500_DVN4222Y.cvn

XTL2500_DVN4224Y.cvn

XTL5000_CVN6489V.cvn

XTS1500_CVN6531K.cvn

XTS2500_DVN4228V.cvn

XTS4000_DVN4226K.cvn

XTS5000_DVN4274C.cvn

ASTRO25-family firmware CVNs for R17.00.02, March 8, 2012:

ASP_DVN4227V.cvn

MT1500_CVN6536K.cvn

PM1500_CVN6488R.cvn

PR1500_DVN4295A.cvn

XTL1500_DVN4296A.cvn

XTL2500_DVN4294A.cvn

XTL5000_CVN6489W.cvn

XTS1500_CVN6531L.cvn

XTS2500_DVN4228W.cvn

XTS4000_DVN4226L.cvn

XTS5000_DVN4274D.cvn

ASTRO25-family R17.01.01 firmware on April 17, 2012:

ASP_DVN4227W.cvn

MT1500_CVN6536L.cvn

PM1500_CVN6488T.cvn

PR1500_DVN4295B.cvn

XTL1500_DVN4296B.cvn

XTL2500_DVN4294B.cvn

XTL5000_CVN6489Y.cvn

XTS1500_CVN6531M.cvn

XTS2500_DVN4228Y.cvn

XTS4000_DVN4226M.cvn

XTS5000_DVN4274E.cvn

ASTRO25-family R19.50.00 firmware 2013:

ASP, MT1500, PM1500, PR1500, XTL1500, XTL2500, XTL5000, XTS1500, XTS2500, XTS4000, XTS5000.

ASTRO25-family R20.xx.xx firmware 2014:

R20.00.01

R20.00.05

R20.00.10.

MCS2000 & MTS2000 FIRMWARE CVNs:

MCS2000 CVN6231T.cvn ( R07.73 ) These are final releases. They are not band-specific. Rebanding supported

MTS2000 CVN6258J .cvn ( R08.73 ) These are final releases. They are not band-specific. Rebanding supported.

Commercial Series Radio Firmware & Update Kit:

Mobile Firmware Kit R03.00.03 with Codeplug R03.00

Mobile Firmware Kit R03.00.05 with Codeplug R04.00

Mobile Firmware Kit R03.01.00 with Codeplug R05.01

Mobile Firmware Kit R03.02.00 with Codeplug R05.01

Mobile Firmware Kit R03.03.04 with Codeplug R06.02

Mobile Firmware Kit R04.00.02 with Codeplug R07.01. 2008.

Mobile Firmware Kit R04.01.02B with Codeplug R08.06. (19-APRIL-2012). COMMERCIAL CPS R05.16 OR LATER IS REQUIRED WITH THIS FIRMWARE.

ELM Mobile Series Radio Firmware Kit R04.01.02D. 10-Dec-2012.

Portable Firmware Kit R03.00.01 with Codeplug R03.00

Portable Firmware Kit R03.01.00 with Codeplug R05.01

Portable Firmware Kit R03.01.01 with Codeplug R05.02

Portable Firmware Kit R03.02.07 with Codeplug R06.01

Portable Firmware Kit R03.03.03 with Codeplug R06.01. 2008.

Portable Firmware Kit R03.04.02 with Codeplug R08.01. 2008.

Portable Conversion Kit R03.06.01 with codeplug R09.02. 29-Sep-2010.

Portable Firmware kit R03.06.01 with codeplug R09.02. 29-Sep-2010.

Portable Firmware Kit R03.07.01B with Codeplug R10.03. (19-APRIL-2012). COMMERCIAL CPS R05.16 OR LATER IS REQUIRED WITH THIS FIRMWARE.

ELP Portable Series Radio Firmware Kit 03.07.03 14-November-2013.

ELP Portable Series Radio Conversion Kit Release : R03.06.01, 30-Sep-2010 (EP450 to EP450S conversion tool R03.06.01).

Upgrade Kit R04.01.02 with CP R05.01 for Ministry Of Railway Radios. (07-Feb-2007), (GP3688 AZ).

Upgrade Kit R04.01.04 with CP R05.01 for Ministry Of Railway Radios. (2008), (GP3688 AZ).

Upgrade Kit R04.03.04 with CP R05.04 for Ministry Of Railway Radios. (2008), (GP3688 AZ).

COMMERCIAL RADIOS PATCH TOOL FOR CODEPLUG CORRUPTION R01.00.00. 14-FEB-2008.

Unofficial Waris Piranha Marlin firmwarekit for the non select5 models. Unofficial US Waris Lab Upgradekit(R02.08.00). AG 22. R02.08.00. 14-Jan-2009.

Unofficial Waris Piranha Marlin firmwarekit for the non select5 models. Unofficial US Waris Lab Upgradekit:(US Waris Firmware Flashtool:R02.06.00, Special Homemade Labtool Version) and (US Waris Codeplug Tool R02.06.00, Special Homemade Labtool Version) AG 22. R03.04.00. 25-Aug-2011.

Commercial Series Portable CP185:

Entry Level Radio Upgrade Kit R01.01. 17. FEBRUARY. 2009. (FOR: APAC-CP476-CP477-CP1300-CP1600-CP1660, EMEA-P160, P180, LACR-EP350, NAG-CP185).

Entry Level Radio Upgrade Kit R03.01. JAN. 2011. (FOR: APAC-CP476-CP477-CP1300-CP1600-CP1660, EMEA-P160, P180, LACR-EP350, NAG-CP185).

Entry Level Radio Upgrade Kit Version R03.04. Oct 8. 2013. (FOR: APAC-CP476, CP477, CP1300, CP1600, CP1660, CP350, Walka Talka, CB PRO Plus, CP1200, CP246, CP1208, CP1308, CP1608, CP1668, EMEA-P160, P180, P165, P140, P145, LACR-EP350, EP350 MX, NAG-CP185.

Commercial Series 5 tone CM340-360 Upgrade Tool:

R03.07.00. 2004

R03.08.09. 2006

R03.08.11.

R03.09.03. JANUARY 2009.

Commercial Series 5 tone CP340-360-380 Upgrade Tool:

R01.09.03. 02 JANUARY 2008

SPYPASS:

SPYPASS FOR EM200, EM400, EP450

Professional Series:

D02.00.00 04 NOV 2006 US WARIS LAB

D03.00.00a 03-may-2000 prof labtool

D03.00.03 09-aug-2006 prof labtool

D03.02.00 18 NOV 2006 US WARIS LAB

D03.02.05 15-DEC-2006 prof labtool

DEPOT TOOL FOR PROFESSIONAL RADIOS R01.00.00 (cracked no dongle needed)

DEPOT TOOL FOR PROFESSIONAL RADIOS R01.04.00. 04-SEPT-2007.

Inofficial EU Waris Lab Upgrade AG 10a R02.00.01 12-Jan-2008

Inofficial EU Waris Lab Upgrade AG 10b R02.01.00 04-Apr-2008 GERMAN

Inofficial EU Waris Lab Upgrade AG 10a R02.03.01 17-May-2008.

Inofficial EU Waris Lab Upgrade AG 10b R02.03.01 17-May-2008 GERMAN.

Unofficial EU Waris Lab Upgrade AG 10a R02.05.01 08-Dec-2008. Radios supported: -EU Waris (GM3xx,GP3xx,GM6xx,GP6xx,GM12xx,GP12xx)radios, -Conventional Marlin (CM3xx)radios.

Inofficial US Waris Lab Upgrade AG 22 R02.04.08 28-Jan-2008.

Inofficial US Waris Lab Upgrade AG 22 R02.06.01. 31-Jul-2008.

Unofficial US Waris Lab Upgrade AG 22 R02.08.00. 14-Jan-2009. Radios supported: -Conventional Marlin (CMxxx)radios, -Guppy and Piranha (CPxxx) radios, -GP580 support.

Unofficial US Waris Lab Upgrade AG 22 R03.03.00. 02-September-2010. Radios supported: -Conventional Marlin (CMxxx)radios, -Guppy and Piranha (CPxxx) radios, -GP580 support.

Unofficial US Waris Lab Firmware/Codeplugkit Waris/Piranha/Marlin firmwarekit for the non select5 models AG 22. R02.08.00. 14-Jan-2009.

Unofficial US Waris Lab Firmware/Codeplugkit Waris/Piranha/Marlin firmwarekit for the non select5 models AG 22. R03.01.02.

Unofficial US Waris Lab Firmware/Codeplugkit Waris/Piranha/Marlin firmwarekit for the non select5 models AG 22. R03.03.00.

Unofficial US Waris Lab Firmware Codeplugkit Waris Piranha Marlin firmwarekit for the non select5 models AG 22. R03.04.00 US. 25-August-2011.

Unofficial US Waris Lab Firmware/Codeplugkit Waris/Piranha/Marlin firmwarekit for the non select5 models AG 22. R03.08.00. 09-September-2011.

Unofficial Waris firmwarekit for the select5 and MPT1327 models with ESN Tool(english language). Unofficial EU Waris Lab Upgrade Kit. AG 11a. R03.00.00. 19-Apr-2009.

Unofficial Waris firmwarekit for the select5 and MPT1327 models with ESN Tool(english language). Unofficial EU Waris Lab Upgrade Kit. AG 11a. R03.00.01. 21-Apr-2009.

Unofficial Waris firmwarekit for the select5 and MPT1327 models with ESN Tool(german language). Inoffizielles EU Waris Lab Upgrade Kit. AG 11b. R03.00.00. 19-Apr-2009.

Unofficial Waris firmwarekit for the select5 and MPT1327 models with ESN Tool(english language). Unofficial EU Waris Lab Upgrade Kit. AG 11a. R03.02.00. 25-May-2009.

Unofficial Waris firmwarekit for the select5 and MPT1327 models with ESN Tool(german language). Inoffizielles EU Waris Lab Upgrade Kit. AG 11b. R03.02.00. 25-May-2009.

Unofficial Waris firmwarekit for the select5 and MPT1327 models with ESN Tool(english language). Unofficial EU Waris Lab Upgrade Kit. AG 11a. R03.06.00. 12-July-2010.

Unofficial Waris firmwarekit for the select5 and MPT1327 models with ESN Tool(german language). Unofficial EU Waris Lab Upgrade Kit. AG 11a. R03.06.00. 12-July-2010.

Unofficial Waris firmwarekit for the select5 and MPT1327 models with ESN Tool(english language). Unofficial EU Waris Lab Upgrade Kit. AG 11a. R03.07.00. SEPT 2010.

Unofficial Waris firmwarekit for the select5 and MPT1327 models with ESN Tool(german language). Unofficial EU Waris Lab Upgrade Kit. AG 11a. R03.07.00. SEPT 2010.

Unofficial Waris firmwarekit for the select5 and MPT1327 models with ESN Tool(english language). Unofficial EU Waris Lab Upgrade Kit. AG 11a. R03.08.00. 12-December-2010.

Unofficial Waris firmwarekit for the select5 and MPT1327 models with ESN Tool(german language). Unofficial EU Waris Lab Upgrade Kit. AG 11a. R03.08.00. 12-December-2010.

GP3FU(R03.08.08SP) Upgradetool for converted GP1280 (to pseudo GP380)

GP3FU(R03.09.05SP) Upgradetool for converted GP1280 (to pseudo GP380)

GP3FU(R03.10.03SP) Upgradetool for converted GP1280 (to pseudo GP380)

GP3FU(R03.11.02SP) 12 MAY 2008 Upgradetool for converted GP1280 (to pseudo GP380)

GP3FU(R03.12.02SP) 03 DEC 2008 Upgradetool for converted GP1280 (to pseudo GP380).

GP3FU(R03.14.00SP) SEPT 2010 Upgradetool for converted GP1280 (to pseudo GP380).

Lab Firmware-Codeplugkit EU Waris(R01.00.00)

Lab Firmware-Codeplugkit EU Waris(R01.02.01)

Lab Firmware-Codeplugkit US Waris(D02.00.00)

Lab Firmware-Codeplugkit US Waris(D03.00.00)

Lab Firmware-Codeplugkit US Waris(D03.02.00)

Lab Firmware-Codeplugkit US Waris(R01.01.21)AUG-2006

Lab Firmware-Codeplugkit US Waris(R02.04.04)

Lab Firmware mit Codeplugs GP3xx(R03.04.00C)

Lab Firmware mit CodeplugsCM3xx(R03.07.00)

Lab Firmware mit CodeplugsGM3xx(ENVN4026H)

Lab Firmware mit CodeplugsGP3xx(ENVN4019A)

Lab Firmware mit CodeplugsGP3xx(ENVN4019S-ENVN4019T)

Lab Firmware mit CodeplugsGP6xx-GP12xx(ENVN4018O-ENVN4018T)

Lab Firmware und Codeplugs gm & gp june 2004

Professional Series Radio Firmware Kit:

Mobile Firmware Kit R05.05.22

Mobile Firmware kit R05.05.04 and Codeplug Upgrade Tool

Mobile Firmware Kit R05.05.17

Mobile Firmware Kit R05.05.19

Mobile Firmware Kit R05.05.22

Mobile Firmware Kit R05.06.04

Mobile Firmware Kit R05.08.02 (23-Sept-2008).

MobileRadioFirmwareR05-02-03-ATanapaUpgradeKit

MobileRadioFirmwareR05-02-03-CTanapaUpgradeKit

Mobile Firmware Upgrade Kit R05.10.01 MDC NORTH AMERICA (NOTE: Professional CPS R06.12.05 and later is recommended with this firmware). 2011.

Portable Firmware Kit R05.09.13 - Non Four Lines Display

Portable Firmware Kit R05.09.15 - Four Lines Display

Portable Firmware Kit R05.10.05 - Four Lines Display

Portable Firmware Kit R05.10.05 - Non Four Lines Display

Portable Firmware Kit R05.10.05 four line display & non four line display

Portable Firmware Kit R05.11.03 - Four Lines Display

Portable Firmware Kit R05.11.03 - Non Four Lines Display

Portable Firmware Kit R05.11.05 - Non Four Lines Display

Portable Firmware Kit R05.12.02 - Four Lines Display

Portable Firmware Kit R05.12.00 - Non Four Lines Display

Portable Firmware Kit R05.13.04 - Four Line Display

Portable Firmware Kit R05.13.09 - Four Line Display (21 APRIL 2008)

Portable Firmware Kit R05.14.00 - Four Line Display (24-Sept-2008)

Portable Firmware Kit R05.14.03 - Four Line Display.

Portable Firmware Kit R05.13.04 - Non Four Line Display (28 Sept 2008).

Portable Firmware Kit R05.14.00 - Non Four Lines Display

Portable Firmware Kit R05.14.03 - Non Four Lines Display (18 May 2009).

Portable Firmware Kit R05.17.01 - Non Four Lines Display (21-Dec-2010).

Portable Firmware Kit R05.17.02 - Non Four Lines Display (12-Jul-2011)

Professional Mobile Radio R04.01.18 Upgrade

Professional Mobile Radio R05.01.00 Upgrade

Professional Mobile Radio R05.02.03 Upgrade

Upgrade Kit 51R07182A01R0300 for R01.XX.XX to R04.00.01

Upgrade Kit 51R07183A01R0202 for R02.XX.XX or R03.XX.XX to R03.01

Upgrade Kit 51R07183A01R0300 for R02.XX.XX or Higher to R04.00.01

Upgrade Kit 51R07183A01R0700 for Pop and Pref Radios

Upgrade Kit 51R07183A01R0900 for Pop and Pref Radios

TUNER WITH SERIAL NUMBER EDIT:

Waris Commercial Series Tuner with Serial Number edit, Unofficial Global Tuner R02.15.03, 2009-AUGUST-04.

Tuner for Professional and Commercial radios (Special Version) R02.16.05. JULY-03-2011.

Upgrade Kit for Entry Level Professional Karisma Radios:

(R02.00.04) Entry Level Professional Radio Firmware/Codeplug Upgrade Kit. 2000. (P040 & P080).

(R02.00.07) Firmware and Codeplug Upgrade Kit. 2002. (P040 & P080).

(R02.00.09) Firmware and Codeplug Upgrade Kit. 2004.

Portable Conversion Kit R03.06.01 with codeplug R09.02. 29-Sep-2010.

Portable Firmware kit R03.06.01 with codeplug R09.02. 29-Sep-2010.

R01.02 (BUILD 12) 2009. Firmware and Codeplug Upgrade Kit for: CP185, CP476, CP477, CP1300, CP1600, CP1660, P160, P165, P185, EP350 RADIOS.

US Waris Lab Upgradekit(R02.05.01) Unofficial Waris firmwarekit for the select5 and MPT1327 models (english language).

US Waris Lab Upgradekit(R02.05.01) Unofficial Waris firmwarekit for the select5 and MPT1327 models (german language).

VRS750 Upgrade Kit for R04.02.00

splash-sp flash r02.00.00 1996 oct 24

M3 LAB D01.16.85 KEYGENERATOR

WARIS CODEPLUG TOOL (GERMAN & ENGLISH).
Professional Series Radio Conversion Tool:

Mobile Conversion Tool R05.05.19

Professional Series Conventional+ LS Trunking Conversion mobileTool R05.10.05

Professional Series Conventional+ LS Trunking Conversion mobileTool R05.11.05

Professional Radios Waris-X Upgrade Kit:

Waris-X firmware(R01.03.30) and codeplug Upgrade Kit

Waris-X firmware(R01.03.62) and codeplug Upgrade Kit

Waris-X Firmware (R01.03.66) and codeplug Upgrade Kit

Waris-X firmware(R01.03.64) and codeplug Upgrade Kit

Waris-X firmware(R01.03.68) and codeplug Upgrade Kit

Waris-X Firmware (R01.03.71) and Codeplug Upgrade Kit

Waris-X Firmware (R01.03.73) and Codeplug Upgrade Kit (02-Jul-2007)

Waris-X Firmware (R01.04.01) and Codeplug Upgrade Kit (24-Oct-2008)

Professional GM100 gm140 160 Series FlashGrade Tool:

ENVN4004 R05.01.00 March 2002

ENVN4004 R05.02.03

ENVN4004 R05.03.00

R05.08.02. 23-Sept-2008

GM WARIS SERIES (GM300/GM340/GM339/GM360/GM380):

GM300 WARIS Series Flash Grade R03.01.02

GM300 WARIS Series Flash Grade v.R03.01.10. 11 Oct 2000. KIT. NO. ENVN4026A.

GM300 WARIS series flash grade R03.01.27. JUNE 2001. ENVN4026F.

GM300 WARIS Series Flash Grade R03.01.31. ENVN4026G.

GM300 WARIS SERIES FLASH GRADE R03.01.37. 11 DEC 2001. ENVN4026H.

GM300 WARIS series flash grade R03.02.00. NOV 2002, ENVN4026I

GM300 WARIS SERIES FLASH GRADE R03.02.15. 10 OCT 2003. ENVN4026M

GM300 WARIS SERIES FLASH GRADE R03.02.17. 12 NOV 2003. ENVN4026N

GM300 Series FlashGrade Tool, R03.03.00, 22-Apr-2004, ENVN4026O

GM300 Series FlashGrade Tool, R03.04.02, 27-DEC-2004, ENVN4026.

GM300 Series FlashGrade Tool Release : R03.06.00 Date : 03-Oct-05 ENVN4026.

GM300 Series FlashGrade Tool Release : R03.07.06 Date : 13-JUNE-06 ENVN4026.

GM300 Series FlashGrade Tool Release : R03.09.05 Date : 11-APRIL-07 ENVN4026.

GM300 Series FlashGrade Tool Release : R03.10.03 Date : 09-OCT-07 ENVN4026.

GM300 Series FlashGrade Tool Release : R03.11.02 Date : 01-APR-08 ENVN4026.

GM300 Series FlashGrade Tool Release : R03.12.03 Date : 17-Dec-2008 ENVN4026.

GM300 Series FlashGrade Tool Release : R03.13.00 ENVN4026.

GM3XX Series FlashGrade Tool Release : R03.15.00 ENVN4026.

GP WARIS SERIES:

GP300 Series Flash Grade R01.00.20. 23 April 1999. ENVN4019A.

GP300 Series Flash Grade R02.00.27. 16 Nov 1999. ENVN4019E.

GP300 Series Flash Grade R03.00.30. 21 Jul 2000. ENVN4019H.

GP300 Series Flash Grade R03.01.25. 26 April 2001. English. ENVN4019P.

GP300 Series Flash Grade R03.01.27. 29 May 2001. English ENVN4019Q.

GP300 Series Flash Grade R03.01.31. 14 Sept 2001. English ENVN4019R.

GP300 Series Flash Grade R03.01.37. 11 Dec 2001. ENVN4019S.

GP300 Series Flash Grade R03.02.00. 25 Oct 2002. ENVN4019T.

GP300 Series Flash Grade R03.02.15. 10 oct 2003. ENVN4019X.

GP300 Series Flash Grade R03.03.00. 22 MARCH 2004. ENVN4019Y.

GP300 SERIES FLASH GRADE R03.04.00. 13 OCT 2004. ENVN4019Z.

GP300 SERIES FLASH GRADE R03.04.00C. 27 DEC 2004. ENVN4019.

GP300 SERIES FLASH GRADE R03.06.00. 03-Oct-05. ENVN4019.

GP300 SERIES FLASH GRADE R03.07.05. 29 MAY 2006. ENVN4019.

GP300 SERIES FLASH GRADE R03.07.08. 24 JUL 2006. ENVN4019.

GP300 SERIES FLASH GRADE R03.08.08. 00. OCT 2006. ENVN4019.

GP300 SERIES FLASH GRADE R03.09.07. 25-Jun-2007. ENVN4019.

GP300 SERIES FLASH GRADE R03.10.03. 00. 10 OCT 2007. ENVN4019.

GP300 SERIES FLASH GRADE R03.11.02. 00. 01 APRIL 2008. ENVN4019.

GP300 SERIES FLASH GRADE R03.14.00. 00. ENVN4019.

GP300 SERIES FLASH GRADE R03.14.00. 00SP. 16-SEPT-2010. (GP3FU). PROFESSIONAL GP300 SERIES GP1280/HT1550 ALREADY FLASHED WITH 3XX.

GP300 SERIES FLASH GRADE R03.16.00. 00. ENVN4019. 2011.

GP320/GP330/GP340/GP360/GP380/GP346/GP386/GP344R/GP388R/GP366R Series Upgrade Kit R03.12.03 with CP R03.12.00 for Waris 5T Portable Radios. 15-Oct-2008.

Upgrade Kit R03.14.00 with CP R03.14.01 for 5T Portable Radios. 2011.

GP300 5 TONE SERIES FLASHGRADE TOOL FOR GP1280/HT1550 FLASHED WITH 3XX FIRMWARE. R03.10.03SP. 20-NOV-2007.

GP328 & GP338 SPECIAL UHF1 PATCHER. (This tool extends the current UHF Band1 upper frequency limit to 480MHz for the GP328/338 Waris Conventional Professional Portable Radio.)

MPT SERIES:

MPT-MPS WARIS Series Upgrade Kit for: PTX760 portables. v.R02.01.00. 51R07238A01R0100. 30 Jan 2001.

MPT-MPS WARIS Series Upgrade Kit for: PTX760 portables. v.R03.00.02. 51R07238A01R0200.29 Aug 2001.

Upgrade Kit R04.02.02 for MPS Chinese Professional Radios. 5-Sep-2006. (PTX760 MPT SERIES).

Upgrade Kit R04.02.02 for MPS English Professional Radios. 5-Sep-2006. (PTX760 MPT SERIES).

Upgrade Kit R04.02.07 for MPS English Professional Radios. 21-Jun-2007. (PTX760 MPT SERIES).

MPT-MPS WARIS SERIES PATCHTOOL-CORRECT CLOCK SHIFT. D01.01.06, GMQN1005-, 13 FEBRUARY 2003.

MPT WARIS FLASH GRADE TOOL R02.00.20. JUN 2001. ENVN4018N. GP640/680/1280.

MPT WARIS FLASH GRADE TOOL R02.00.22. OCT 2001. ENVN4018O. GP640/680/1280.

MPT WARIS FLASH GRADE TOOL R02.02.00. JUNE 2004. ENVN1018U. GP640/680/1280.

MPT WARIS FLASH GRADE TOOL R02.04.00. SEPT 2005. GP640/680/1280/644/688.

MPT WARIS FLASH GRADE TOOL R02.06.04. 23 OCT 2007. GP640/680/1280/644/688.

MPT WARIS FLASH GRADE TOOL R02.07.04. 10 APRIL 2008. GP640/680/1280/644/688.

MPT WARIS FLASH GRADE TOOL R02.07.05. 29 JULY 2008. GP640/680/1280/644/688.

MPT WARIS FLASH GRADE TOOL R02.07.05A. 20 APRIL 2010. GP640/680/1280/644/688.

MPT WARIS FLASH GRADE TOOL R02.00.20. JUN2001. ENVN4027D. GM640/680/1280.

MPT WARIS FLASH GRADE TOOL R02.00.22. OCT 2001. ENVN4027E. GM640/660/1280

MPT WARIS FLASH GRADE TOOL R02.01.00. NOV 2002. ENVN4027F. GM640/660/1280.

MPT WARIS FLASH GRADE TOOL R02.01.16. OCT 2003. GM640/660/1280.

MPT WARIS FLASH GRADE TOOL R02.02.00. JUNE 2004. ENVN4027K. GM640/660/1280.

MPT WARIS FLASH GRADE TOOL R02.06.00. SEPT 2004. GM640/660/1280.

MPT WARIS FLASH GRADE TOOL R02.06.04. 18 OCT 2007. GM640/660/1280.

MPT WARIS FLASH GRADE TOOL R02.07.04. 10 APRIL 2008. GM640/660/1280.

MPT WARIS FLASH GRADE TOOL R02.07.05. 29 JULY 2008. GM640, 660, 1280.

MPT WARIS FLASH GRADE TOOL R02.07.05B. 20 APRIL 2010. GM640, 660, 1280.
PROFESSIONAL RADIOS MANDOWN OPTION BOARD:

MANDOWN OPTION BOARD OSS. R01.01.01. 11-JAN-2001. ENLN4150A.

AEX610 ATEX MANDOWN OPTION BOARD OSS v1.05. (WARIS GP3XX/GM3XX RADIOS).

ATEX, AEX6100, MAN DOWN OPTION v1.06.00 (GP & GM300 SERIES).

DTR DIGITAL RADIO FLASH TOOLS:

DTR550 FLASH R02.00 FIRMWARE R5E.06.00. 2008.

DTR650 FLASH R02.00 FIRMWARE R5E.06.00. 2008.

MOTOTRBO UPGRADE KIT:

M27QPH9LA2AN, PMUE2343AAEBA, R01.02.01, 02.00.08 UPDATE PACKAGE (DM3601 UHF 40W).

DM3400UHF_40W_PMUE2344AAEAA_R010201_020008. M27QPC9JA2AN-PMUE2344AAEAA-R010201-020008.

DM3400VHF_25W_PMUD2038AAEAA_R010202_020008. M27JNC9JA2AN-PMUD2038AAEAA-R010202-020008.

DP3600VHF_R010201_020006. H55JDH9JA1AN-PMUD2186AAEBA-R010201-020006.

DP3601VHF_R010201_020006. H55JDH9LA1AN-PMUD2185AAEBA-020006.

DM3400UHF_25W_R010201_020006a.

DM3400UHF_40W_PMUE2344PAEAA_R010201_020006.

DM3400UHF_40W_PMUE2344PAEAA_R010201_020008.

DM3400UHF_40W_R010201_020006.

DM3400VHF_25W_PMUD2038AAEAA_R010201_020006.

DM3400VHF_25W_PMUD2038AAEAA_R010202_020008.

DM3400VHF_25W_PMUD2038AAEAA_R010400_040009.

DM3400VHF_40W_PMUD2042AAEAA_R010201_020006.

DM3400VHF_40W_PMUD2042AAEAA_R010201_020008.

DM3401UHF_25W_PMUE2339AAEAA_R010201_020006.

DM3401UHF_25W_PMUE2339AAEAA_R010202_020008.

DM3401UHF_40W_PMUE2343AAEAA__R010201_020008.

DM3401UHF_40W_PMUE2343AAEAA_R010201_020006.

DM3401UHF_40W_PMUE2343PAEAA_R010201_020006.

DM3401UHF_40W_PMUE2343PAEAA_R010201_020008.

DM3401VHF_25W_PMUD2037AAEAA_R010201_020006.

DM3401VHF_25W_PMUD2037AAEAA_R010202_020008.

DM3401VHF_40W_PMUD2041AAEAA_R010201_020006.

DM3401VHF_40W_PMUD2041AAEAA_R010201_020008.

DM3600UHF_25W_PMUE2340AAEBA_R010201_020006a.

DM3600UHF_25W_PMUE2340AAEBA_R010202_020008.

DM3600UHF_25W_PMUE2340PAEBA_R010201_020006.

DM3600UHF_25W_PMUE2340PAEBA_R010202_020008.

DM3600UHF_40W_PMUE2344AAEBA_R010201_020006.

DM3600UHF_40W_PMUE2344AAEBA_R010201_020008.

DM3600VHF_25W_PMUD2038AAEBA_R010201_020006.

DM3600VHF_25W_PMUD2038AAEBA_R010202_020008.

DM3600VHF_40W_PMUD2042AAEBA_R010201_020006.

DM3600VHF_40W_PMUD2042AAEBA_R010201_020008.

DM3601UHF_25W_PMUE2339AAEBA_R010201_020006.

DM3601UHF_25W_PMUE2339AAEBA-R010202_020008.

DM3601UHF_25W_PMUE2339PAEAA_R010201_020006.

DM3601UHF_25W_PMUE2339PAEBA_R010202_020008.

DM3601UHF_40W_PMUE2343AAEBA_R010201_020006.

DM3601UHF_40W_PMUE2343AAEBA_R010201_020008.

DM3601VHF_25W_PMUD2037AAEBA_R010201_020006.

DM3601VHF_40W_PMUD2041AAEBA_R010201_020006.

DM3601VHF_40W_PMUD2041AAEBA_R010201_020008.

DM3601VHF-25W_PMUD2037AAEBA_R010202_020008.

DP3400UHF_R010201_020006.

DP3400VHF_R010201_020006.

DP3401UHF_R010201_020006a.

DP3400 UHF R01.03.01 030008.

DP3400 UHF PMUE2580BAEAA R01.03.02 030104.

DP3401VHF_R010201_020006.

DP3600UHF_R010201_020006.

DP3600VHF_R010201_020006.

DP3601UHF_R010201_020006.

DP3601VHF_R010201_020006.

DP2xxx - DP3441 - DP4xxx R023021_060310

DP2xx - DP3441 - DP4xxx R023010_060108

DR3000UHF_25W_PMUE3017AAEAA_R010200_020008.

DR3000UHF_40W_PMUE2390AAEAA_R010200_020008.

DR3000VHF_25W_PMUD2092AAEAA_R010200_020008.

DR3000VHF_40W_PMUD2091AAEAA_R010200_020008.

DR3000UHF_25W_PMUE3017AAEAA_R010200_020006.

DR3000UHF_40W_PMUE2390AAEAA_R010200_020006.

DR3000VHF_25W_PMUD2092AAEAA_R010200_020006.

DR3000VHF_40W_PMUD2091AAEAA_R010200_020006.

Firmware R.01.04.00. EMEA. Date: 2009. System Enhancement Release 1.4:

M27JNC9JA2AN_PMUD2038AAEAA_R010400_040009

M27JNC9LA2AN_PMUD2037AAEAA_R010400_040009

M27JNH9JA2AN_PMUD2038AAEBA_R010400_040009

M27JNH9LA2AN_PMUD2037AAEBA_R010400_040009

M27JQC9JA2AN_PMUD2042AAEAA_R010400_040009

M27JQC9LA2AN_PMUD2041AAEAA_R010400_040009

M27JQH9JA2AN_PMUD2042AAEBA_R010400_040009

M27JQH9LA2AN_PMUD2041AAEBA_R010400_040009

M27QNC9JA2AN_PMUE2340AAEAA_R010400_040009

M27QNC9LA2AN_PMUE2339AAEAA_R010400_040009

M27QNH9JA2AN_PMUE2340AAEBA_R010400_040009

M27QNH9LA2AN_PMUE2339AAEBA_R010400_040009

M27QNH9LA2AN_PMUE2339PAEBA_R010400_040009

M27QPC9JA2AN_PMUE2344AAEAA_R010400-040009

M27QPC9JA2AN_PMUE2344PAEAA_R010400_040009

M27QPC9LA2AN_PMUE2343PAEAA_R010400_040009

M27QPH9JA2AN_PMUE2344AAEBA_R010400-040009

M27QPH9LA2AN_PMUE2343AAEBA_R010400_040009

M27TRC9LA2AN_PMUE3072AAEAA_R010400_040009

M27TRH9JA2AN_PMUE3074AAEBA_R010400_040009

M27TRH9LA2AN_PMUE3072AAEBA_R010400_040009

M27QPR9JA7AN_PMUE2390AAEAA_R010401_040009

M27QPR9JA7AN_PMUE2390BAEAA_R010401_040009

M27TRR9JA7AN_PMUE3084AAEAA_R010401_040009

M27QNR9JA7AN_PMUE3017AAEAA_R010401_040009

M27QNR9JA7AN_PMUE3017BAEAA_R010401_040009

M27JQR9JA7AN_PMUD2091AAEAA_R010401_040009

M27JQR9JA7AN_PMUD2091BAEAA_R010401-040009

M27JNR9JA7AN_PMUD2092AAEAA_R010401_040009

M27JNR9JA7AN_PMUD2092BAEAA_R010401_040009

H55JDC9JA1AN_PMUD2263BAEAA_R010400_040009

H55QDC9JA1AN_PMUE2580BAEAA_R010400_040009

H55QDC9JA1AN_PMUE2580CAEAA_R010400_040009

H55QDC9LA1AN_PMUE2579AAEAA_R010400_040009

H55QDC9LA1AN_PMUE2579BAEAA_R010400_040009

H55QDH9JA1AN_PMUE2356BAEBA_R010400_040009

H55QDH9JA1AN_PMUE2356CAEBA_R010400_040009

H55QDH9LA1AN_PMUE2355BAEBA_R010400_040009

H55QDH9LA1AN_PMUE2355CAEBA_R010400_040009

H55TDC9JA1AN_PMUE3090AAEAA_R010400_040009

H55TDC9LA1AN_PMUE3089AAEAA_R010400_040009

H55TDH9JA1AN_PMUE3087AAEBA_R010400_040009

H55TDH9LA1AN_PMUE3088AAEBA_R010400_040009

H55JDC9JA1AN_PMUD2263AAEAA_R010400_040009

H55JDC9JA2AN_PMUD2426AAEAA_R010400_040009

H55JDC9LA1AN_PMUD2262AAEAA_R010400_040009

H55JDC9LA1AN_PMUD2262BAEAA_R010400_040009

H55JDC9LA2AN_PMUD2425AAEAA_R010400_040009

H55JDH9JA1AN_PMUD2186AAEBA_R010400_040009

H55JDH9JA1AN_PMUD2186BAEBA_R010400_040009

H55JDH9JA2AN_PMUD2424AAEBA-R010400-040009

H55JDH9LA1AN_PMUD2185AAEBA_R010400_040009

H55JDH9LA1AN_PMUD2185BAEBA_R010400_040009

H55JDH9LA2AN_PMUD2423AAEBA_R010400_040009

Firmware R.01.04.03. EMEA. Date: 23 MARCH 2009. System Enhancement Release 1.4.3:

H55JDC9JA1AN_PMUD2263AAEAA_R010403_040009

H55JDC9JA1AN_PMUD2263BAEAA_R010403_040009

H55JDC9JA2AN_PMUD2426AAEAA_R010403_040009

H55JDC9LA1AN_PMUD2262AAEAA_R010403_040009

H55JDC9LA1AN_PMUD2262BAEAA_R010403_040009

H55JDC9LA2AN_PMUD2425AAEAA_R010403_040009

H55JDH9JA1AN_PMUD2186AAEBA_R010403_040009

H55JDH9JA1AN_PMUD2186BAEBA_R010403_040009

H55JDH9JA2AN_PMUD2424AAEBA_R010403_040009

H55JDH9LA1AN_PMUD2185AAEBA_R010403_040009

H55JDH9LA1AN_PMUD2185BAEBA_R010403_040009

H55JDH9LA2AN_PMUD2423AAEBA_R010403_040009

H55QDC9JA1AN_PMUE2580BAEAA_R010403_040009

H55QDC9JA1AN_PMUE2580CAEAA_R010403_040009

H55QDC9LA1AN_PMUE2579BAEAA_R010403_040009

H55QDH9JA1AN_PMUE2356BAEBA_R010403_040009

H55QDH9JA1AN_PMUE2356CAEBA_R010403_040009

H55QDH9LA1AN_PMUE2355BAEBA_R010403_040009

H55QDH9LA1AN_PMUE2355CAEBA_R010403_040009

H55TDC9JA1AN_PMUE3090AAEAA_R010403_040009

H55TDC9JA1AN_PMUE3090AALAA_R010403_040009

H55TDC9LA1AN_PMUE3089AAEAA_R010403_040009

H55TDC9LA1AN_PMUE3089AALAA_R010403_040009

H55TDH9JA1AN_PMUE3087AAEBA_R010403_040009

H55TDH9JA1AN_PMUE3087AALBA_R010403_040009

H55TDH9LA1AN_PMUE3088AAEBA_R010403_040009

H55TDH9LA1AN_PMUE3088AALBA_R010403_040009

M27TRC9JA1AN_PMUE3078AALAA_R010403_040009

M27TRR9JA7AN_PMUE3084AALAA_R010401_040009

Firmware R.01.05.00. EMEA. Date: 06 JULY 2009. System Enhancement Release 1.5:

H55JDC9JA1AN_PMUD2263AAEAA_R010500_050010

H55JDC9JA1AN_PMUD2263BAEAA_R010500_050010

H55JDC9JA2AN_PMUD2426AAEAA_R010500_050010

H55JDC9LA1AN_PMUD2262AAEAA_R010500_050010

H55JDC9LA1AN_PMUD2262BAEAA_R010500_050010

H55JDC9LA2AN_PMUD2425AAEAA_R010500_050010

H55JDH9JA1AN_PMUD2186AAEBA_R010500_050010

H55JDH9JA1AN_PMUD2186BAEBA_R010500_050010

H55JDH9JA2AN_PMUD2424AAEBA_R010500_050010

H55JDH9LA1AN_PMUD2185AAEBA_R010500_050010

H55JDH9LA1AN_PMUD2185BAEBA_R010500_050010

H55JDH9LA2AN_PMUD2423AAEBA_R010500_050010

H55QDC9JA1AN_PMUE2580BAEAA_R010500_050010

H55QDC9JA1AN_PMUE2580CAEAA_R010500_050010

H55QDC9LA1AN_PMUE2579AAEAA_R010500_050010

H55QDC9LA1AN_PMUE2579BAEAA_R010500_050010

H55QDH9JA1AN_PMUE2356BAEBA_R010500_050010

H55QDH9JA1AN_PMUE2356CAEBA_R010500_050010

H55QDH9LA1AN_PMUE2355BAEBA_R010500_050010

H55QDH9LA1AN_PMUE2355CAEBA_R010500_050010

H55TDC9JA1AN_PMUE3090AAEAA_R010500_050010

H55TDC9LA1AN_PMUE3089AAEAA_R010500_050010

H55TDH9JA1AN_PMUE3087AAEBA_R010500_050010

H55TDH9LA1AN_PMUE3088AAEBA_R010500_050010

M27JNC9JA2AN_PMUD2038AAEAA_R010500_050010

M27JNC9LA2AN_PMUD2037AAEAA_R010500_050010

M27JNH9LA2AN_PMUD2037AAEBA_R010500_050010

M27JNR9JA7AN_PMUD2092AAEAA_R010402_040009

M27JQC9JA2AN_PMUD2042AAEAA_R010500_050010

M27JQC9LA2AN_PMUD2041AAEAA_R010500_050010

M27JQH9JA2AN_PMUD2042AAEBA_R010500_050010

M27JQH9LA2AN_PMUD2041AAEBA_R010500_050010

M27QNC9JA2AN_PMUE2340AAEAA_R010500_050010

M27QNC9LA2AN_PMUE2339AAEAA_R010500_050010

M27QNH9JA2AN_PMUE2340AAEBA_R010500_050010

M27QNH9JA2AN_PMUE2340PAEBA_R010500_050010

M27QNH9LA2AN_PMUE2339AAEBA_R010500_050010

M27QNH9LA2AN_PMUE2339PAEBA_R010500_050010

M27QPC9JA2AN_PMUE2344AAEAA_R010500_050010

M27QPC9JA2AN_PMUE2344PAEAA_R010500_050010

M27QPC9LA2AN_PMUE2343AAEAA_R010500_050010

M27QPC9LA2AN_PMUE2343PAEAA_R010500_050010

M27QPH9JA2AN_PMUE2344AAEBA_R010500_050010

M27QPH9LA2AN_PMUE2343AAEBA_R010500_050010

M27TRC9JA2AN_PMUE3074AAEAA_R010500_050010

M27TRC9LA2AN_PMUE3072AAEAA_R010500_050010

M27TRH9JA2AN_PMUE3074AAEBA_R010500_050010

M27TRH9LA2AN_PMUE3072AAEBA_R010500_050010

REPEATERS EMEA Date: 15-June-2009. System Enhancement Release 1.5: NEW!:

M27JNR9JA7AN_PMUD2092BAEAA_R010402_040009

M27JQR9JA7AN_PMUD2091AAEAA_R010402_040009

M27JQR9JA7AN_PMUD2091BAEAA_R010402_040009

M27QNR9JA7AN_PMUE3017AAEAA_R010402_040009

M27QNR9JA7AN_PMUE3017BAEAA_R010402_040009

M27QPR9JA7AN_PMUE2390AAEAA_R010402_040009

M27QPR9JA7AN_PMUE2390BAEAA_R010402_040009

M27TRR9JA7AN_PMUE3084AAEAA_R010402_040009

Firmware R.01.05.10. EMEA PORTABLES:

H55TDH9LA1AN_PMUE3088AAEBA_R010510_050104.exe

H55TDH9JA1AN_PMUE3087AAEBA_R010510_050104.exe

H55TDC9LA1AN_PMUE3089AAEAA_R010510_050104.exe

H55TDC9JA1AN_PMUE3090AAEAA_R010510_050104.exe

H55QDH9LA1AN_PMUE2355CAEBA_R010510_050104.exe

H55QDH9LA1AN_PMUE2355BAEBA_R010510_050104.exe

H55QDH9JA1AN_PMUE2356CAEBA_R010510_050104.exe

H55QDH9JA1AN_PMUE2356BAEBA_R010510_050104.exe

H55QDC9LA1AN_PMUE2579BAEAA_R010510_050104.exe

H55QDC9LA1AN_PMUE2579AAEAA_R010510_050104.exe

H55QDC9JA1AN_PMUE2580CAEAA_R010510_050104.exe

H55QDC9JA1AN_PMUE2580BAEAA_R010510_050104.exe

H55JDH9LA2AN_PMUD2423AAEBA_R010510_050104.exe

H55JDH9LA1AN_PMUD2185BAEBA_R010510_050104.exe

H55JDH9LA1AN_PMUD2185AAEBA_R010510_050104.exe

H55JDH9JA2AN_PMUD2424AAEBA_R010510_050104.exe

H55JDH9JA1AN_PMUD2186BAEBA_R010510_050104.exe

H55JDH9JA1AN_PMUD2186AAEBA_R010510_050104.exe

H55JDC9LA2AN_PMUD2425AAEAA_R010510_050104.exe

H55JDC9LA1AN_PMUD2262BAEAA_R010510_050104.exe

H55JDC9LA1AN_PMUD2262AAEAA_R010510_050104.exe

H55JDC9JA2AN_PMUD2426AAEAA_R010510_050104.exe

H55JDC9JA1AN_PMUD2263BAEAA_R010510_050104.exe

H55JDC9JA1AN_PMUD2263AAEAA_R010510_050104.exe

Firmware R.01.05.10. EMEA MOBILES:

M27TRH9LA2AN_PMUE3072AAEBA_R010510_050104.exe

M27TRH9JA2AN_PMUE3074AAEBA_R010510_050104.exe

M27TRC9LA2AN_PMUE3072AAEAA_R010510_050104.exe

M27TRC9JA2AN_PMUE3074AAEAA_R010510_050104.exe

M27QPH9LA2AN_PMUE2343AAEBA_R010510_050104.exe

M27QPH9JA2AN_PMUE2344AAEBA_R010510_050104.exe

M27QPC9LA2AN_PMUE2343PAEAA_R010510_050104.exe

M27QPC9LA2AN_PMUE2343AAEAA_R010510_050104.exe

M27QPC9JA2AN_PMUE2344PAEAA_R010510_050104.exe

M27QPC9JA2AN_PMUE2344AAEAA_R010510_050104.exe

M27QNH9LA2AN_PMUE2339PAEBA_R010510_050104.exe

M27QNH9LA2AN_PMUE2339AAEBA_R010510_050104.exe

M27QNH9JA2AN_PMUE2340PAEBA_R010510_050104.exe

M27QNH9JA2AN_PMUE2340AAEBA_R010510_050104.exe

M27QNC9LA2AN_PMUE2339AAEAA_R010510_050104.exe

M27QNC9JA2AN_PMUE2340AAEAA_R010510_050104.exe

M27JQH9LA2AN_PMUD2041AAEBA_R010510_050104.exe

M27JQH9JA2AN_PMUD2042AAEBA_R010510_050104.exe

M27JQC9LA2AN_PMUD2041AAEAA_R010510_050104.exe

M27JQC9JA2AN_PMUD2042AAEAA_R010510_050104.exe

M27JNH9LA2AN_PMUD2037AAEBA_R010510_050104.exe

M27JNH9JA2AN_PMUD2038AAEBA_R010510_050104.exe

M27JNC9LA2AN_PMUD2037AAEAA_R010510_050104.exe

M27JNC9JA2AN_PMUD2038AAEAA_R010510-050104.exe

Firmware R.01.05.10. EMEA REPEATERS:

M27TRR9JA7AN_PMUE3084AAEAA_R010512_050104.exe

M27QPR9JA7AN_PMUE2390BAEAA_R010512_050104.exe

M27QPR9JA7AN_PMUE2390AAEAA_R010512_050104.exe

M27QNR9JA7AN_PMUE3017BAEAA_R010512_050104.exe

M27QNR9JA7AN_PMUE3017AAEAA_R010512_050104.exe

M27JQR9JA7AN_PMUD2091BAEAA_R010512_050104.exe

M27JQR9JA7AN_PMUD2091AAEAA_R010512_050104.exe

M27JNR9JA7AN_PMUD2092BAEAA_R010512_050104.exe

M27JNR9JA7AN_PMUD2092AAEAA_R010512_050104.exe

Firmware R.01.04.00. AA. Date: 2009. System Enhancement Release 1.4:

H55JDC9JA1AN_PMUD2263AANAA_R010400_040009 UPDATE

H55JDC9LA1AN_PMUD2262AANAA_R010400_040009 UPDATE

H55JDH9JA1AN_PMUD2186AANBA_R010400_040009 UPDATE

H55QDC9JA1AN_PMUE2580AANBA_R010400_040009 UPDATE

H55QDC9JA1AN_PMUE2580BANAA_R010400_040009 UPDATE

H55QDC9LA1AN_PMUE2579AANAA_R010400_040009 UPDATE

H55QDH9JA1AN_PMUE2356AANBA_R010400_040009 UPDATE

H55QDH9JA1AN_PMUE2356BANBA_R010400_040009 UPDATE

H55QDH9LA1AN_PMUE2355AANBA_R010400_040009 UPDATE

H55QDH9LA1AN_PMUE2355BANBA_R010400_040009 UPDATE

H55TDC9JA1AN_PMUE3090AANAA_R010400_040009 UPDATE

H55TDC9LA1AN_PMUE3089AANAA_R010400_040009 UPDATE

H55TDH9JA1AN_PMUE3087AANBA_R010400_040009 UPDATE

H55TDH9LA1AN_PMUE3088AANBA_R010400_040009 UPDATE

M27JNC9JA1AN_PMUD2040AANAA_R010400_040009 UPDATE

M27JNC9LA1AN_PMUD2039AANAA_R010400_040009 UPDATE

M27JNH9JA1AN_PMUD2040AANBA_R010400_040009 UPDATE

M27JNH9LA1AN_PMUD2039AANBA_R010400_040009 UPDATE

M27JNR9JA7AN_PMUD2092AANAA_R010401_040009 UPDATE

M27JNR9JA7AN_PMUD2092BANAA_R010401_040009a UPDATE

M27JQC9JA1AN_PMUD2044AANAA_R010400_040009 UPDATE

M27JQC9LA1AN_PMUD2043AANAA_R010400_040009 UPDATE

M27JQH9JA1AN_PMUD2044AANBA_R010400_040009 UPDATE

M27JQH9LA1AN_PMUD2043AANBA_R010400_040009 UPDATE

M27JQR9JA7AN_PMUD2091AANAA_R010401_040009 UPDATE

M27JQR9JA7AN_PMUD2091BANAA_R010401_040009a UPDATE

M27QNH9JA1AN_PMUE2342AANBA_R010400_040009 UPDATE

M27QNH9JA1AN_PMUE2342PANBA_R010400_040009 UPDATE

M27QNH9LA1AN_PMUE2341AANBA_R010400_040009 UPDATE

M27QNH9LA1AN_PMUE2341PANBA_R010400_040009 UPDATE

M27QNR9JA7AN_PMUE3017AANAA_R010401_040009 UPDATE

M27QNR9JA7AN_PMUE3017BANAA_R010401_040009a UPDATE

M27QPC9JA1AN_PMUE2346PANAA_R010400_040009 UPDATE

M27QPC9LA1AN_PMUE2345AANAA_R010400_040009 UPDATE

M27QPC9LA1AN_PMUE2345PANAA_R010400_040009 UPDATE

M27QPH9JA1AN_PMUE2346AANBA_R010400_040009 UPDATE

M27QPH9LA1AN_PMUE2345AANBA_R010400_040009 UPDATE

M27QPR9JA7AN_PMUE2390AANAA_R010401_040009 UPDATE

M27QPR9JA7AN_PMUE2390BANAA_R010401_040009a UPDATE

M27TRC9JA1AN_PMUE3078AANAA_R010400_040009 UPDATE

M27TRC9LA1AN_PMUE3076AANAA_R010400_040009 UPDATE

M27TRH9JA1AN_PMUE3078AANBA_R010400_040009 UPDATE

M27TRH9LA1AN_PMUE3076AANBA_R010400_040009 UPDATE

M27TRR9JA7AN_PMUE3084AANAA_R010401_040009 UPDATE

Firmware R.01.0403.00. AA. Date: 23 MARCH 2009. System Enhancement Release 1.4:

H55JDC9LA1AN_PMUD2262AANAA_R010403_040009 UPDATE

H55JDH9JA1AN_PMUD2186AANBA_R010403_040009 UPDATE

H55JDH9LA1AN_PMUD2185AANBA_R010403_040009 UPDATE

H55QDC9JA1AN_PMUE2580AANBA_R010403_040009 UPDATE

H55QDC9JA1AN_PMUE2580BANAA_R010403_040009 UPDATE

H55QDC9LA1AN_PMUE2579AANAA_R010403_040009 UPDATE

H55QDH9JA1AN_PMUE2356AANBA_R010403_040009 UPDATE

H55QDH9JA1AN_PMUE2356BANBA_R010403_040009 UPDATE

H55QDH9LA1AN_PMUE2355AANBA_R010403_040009 UPDATE

H55QDH9LA1AN_PMUE2355BANBA_R010403_040009 UPDATE

H55TDC9JA1AN_PMUE3090AANAA_R010403_040009 UPDATE

H55TDC9LA1AN_PMUE3089AANAA_R010403_040009 UPDATE

H55TDH9JA1AN_PMUE3087AANBA_R010403_040009 UPDATE

H55TDH9LA1AN_PMUE3088AANBA_R010403_040009 UPDATE

H55JDC9JA1AN_PMUD2263AANAA_R010403_040009 UPDATE

M27JNC9JA1AN_PMUD2040AANAA_R010403_040009 UPDATE

M27JNC9LA1AN_PMUD2039AANAA_R010403_040009 UPDATE

M27JNH9JA1AN_PMUD2040AANBA_R010403_040009 UPDATE

M27JNH9LA1AN_PMUD2039AANBA_R010403_040009 UPDATE

M27JQC9JA1AN_PMUD2044AANAA_R010403_040009 UPDATE

M27JQC9LA1AN_PMUD2043AANAA_R010403_040009 UPDATE

M27JQH9JA1AN_PMUD2044AANBA_R010403_040009 UPDATE

M27JQH9LA1AN_PMUD2043AANBA_R010403_040009 UPDATE

M27QNC9JA1AN_PMUE2342AANAA_R010403_040009 UPDATE

M27QNC9LA1AN_PMUE2341AANAA_R010403_040009 UPDATE

M27QNH9JA1AN_PMUE2342AANBA_R010403_040009 UPDATE

M27QNH9JA1AN_PMUE2342PANBA_R010403_040009 UPDATE

M27QNH9LA1AN_PMUE2341AANBA_R010403_040009 UPDATE

M27QNH9LA1AN_PMUE2341PANBA_R010403_040009 UPDATE

M27QPC9JA1AN_PMUE2346AANAA_R010403_040009 UPDATE

M27QPC9JA1AN_PMUE2346PANAA_R010403_040009 UPDATE

M27QPC9LA1AN_PMUE2345AANAA_R010403_040009 UPDATE

M27QPC9LA1AN_PMUE2345PANAA_R010403_040009 UPDATE

M27QPH9JA1AN_PMUE2346AANBA_R010403_040009 UPDATE

M27QPH9LA1AN_PMUE2345AANBA_R010403_040009 UPDATE

M27TRC9JA1AN_PMUE3078AANAA_R010403_040009 UPDATE

M27TRC9LA1AN_PMUE3076AANAA_R010403_040009 UPDATE

M27TRH9JA1AN_PMUE3078AANBA_R010403_040009 UPDATE

M27TRH9LA1AN_PMUE3076AANBA_R010403_040009 UPDATE

Firmware R.01.05.00. AA. Date: 15-June-2009. System Enhancement Release 1.5: NEW!

H55JDC9JA1AN_PMUD2263AANAA_R010500_050010.

H55JDC9LA1AN_PMUD2262AANAA_R010500_050010.

H55JDH9JA1AN_PMUD2186AANBA_R010500_050010.

H55JDH9LA1AN_PMUD2185AANBA_R010500_050010.

H55QDC9JA1AN_PMUE2580AANBA_R010500_050010.

H55QDC9JA1AN_PMUE2580BANAA_R010500_050010.

H55QDC9LA1AN_PMUE2579AANAA_R010500_050010.

H55QDH9JA1AN_PMUE2356AANBA_R010500_050010.

H55QDH9JA1AN_PMUE2356BANBA_R010500_050010.

H55QDH9LA1AN_PMUE2355AANBA_R010500_050010.

H55QDH9LA1AN_PMUE2355BANBA_R010500_050010.

H55TDC9JA1AN_PMUE3090AANAA_R010500_050010.

H55TDC9LA1AN_PMUE3089AANAA_R010500_050010.

H55TDH9JA1AN_PMUE3087AANBA_R010500_050010.

H55TDH9LA1AN_PMUE3088AANBA_R010500_050010.

M27JNC9JA1AN_PMUD2040AANAA_R010500_050010

M27JNC9LA1AN_PMUD2039AANAA_R010500_050010

M27JNH9JA1AN_PMUD2040AANBA_R010500_050010

M27JNH9LA1AN_PMUD2039AANBA_R010500_050010

M27JQC9JA1AN_PMUD2044AANAA_R010500_050010

M27JQC9LA1AN_PMUD2043AANAA_R010500_050010

M27JQH9JA1AN_PMUD2044AANBA_R010500_050010

M27JQH9LA1AN_PMUD2043AANBA_R010500_050010

M27QNC9JA1AN_PMUE2342AANAA_R010500_050010

M27QNC9LA1AN_PMUE2341AANAA_R010500_050010

M27QNH9JA1AN_PMUE2342AANBA_R010500_050010

M27QNH9JA1AN_PMUE2342PANBA_R010500_050010

M27QNH9LA1AN_PMUE2341AANBA_R010500_050010

M27QNH9LA1AN_PMUE2341PANBA_R010500_050010

M27QPC9JA1AN_PMUE2346AANAA_R010500_050010

M27QPC9JA1AN_PMUE2346PANAA_R010500_050010

M27QPC9LA1AN_PMUE2345AANAA_R010500_050010

M27QPC9LA1AN_PMUE2345PANAA_R010500_050010

M27QPH9JA1AN_PMUE2346AANBA_R010500_050010

M27QPH9LA1AN_PMUE2345AANBA_R010500_050010

M27TRC9JA1AN_PMUE3078AANAA_R010500_050010

M27TRC9LA1AN_PMUE3076AANAA_R010500_050010

M27TRH9JA1AN_PMUE3078AANBA_R010500_050010

M27TRH9LA1AN_PMUE3076AANBA_R010500_050010

REPEATERS AA Date: 15-June-2009. System Enhancement Release 1.5: NEW!:

M27JNR9JA7AN_PMUD2092AANAA_R010402_040009

M27JNR9JA7AN_PMUD2092BANAA_R010401_040009a

M27JQR9JA7AN_PMUD2091AANAA_R010402_040009

M27JQR9JA7AN_PMUD2091BANAA_R010401_040009a

M27QNR9JA7AN_PMUE3017AANAA_R010402_040009

M27QNR9JA7AN_PMUE3017BANAA_R010401_040009a

M27QPR9JA7AN_PMUE2390AANAA_R010402_040009

M27QPR9JA7AN_PMUE2390BANAA_R010401_040009a

M27TRR9JA7AN_PMUE3084AANAA_R010402_040009

 

MOTOTRBO Mobile LA firmware R01.09.00.

MOTOTRBO Mobile LA firmware R01.11.02.

MOTOTRBO Portable LA firmware R01.09.00.

MOTOTRBO Portable LA firmware R01.11.02.

MOTOTRBO Repeater LA firmware R01.09.00.

MOTOTRBO Repeater LA firmware R01.09.11.

DepotTool for the MOTOTRBO radios. V1.58 BUILD 8. (The Depot Tool allows the user to access and program (e.g. read, write, blank) the Serial Number of MOTOTRBO subscriber radios and repeaters. The Depot Tool also allows the user to update, or flash, the radio's codeplug and firmware).

MOTOTRBO DEPOT TOOL V3.00 BUILD 2.0.

LA DGM Series Firmware version R01.06.05. To Firmware: R01.06.20. To Codeplug: R07.00.09.

LA DGP Series Firmware version R01.06.05. To Firmware: R01.06.20. To Codeplug: R07.00.09.

MOTOTRBO AA R011202_130005_Portable.

MOTOTRBO AA R011202_130005_Mobile.

MOTOTRBO AA R011121_120300_Portable.

MOTOTRBO AA R011120_120300_Mobile.

MOTOTRBO AA R023001_060014_Portable.

MOTOTRBO AA R023001_060014_Mobile.

MOTOTRBO AA R020633_040308_Portable.

MOTOTRBO AA R020633_040308_Mobile.

MOTOROLA END USER USB DRIVERS FOR MANY RADIOS & PHONES:

v2.08.00
Testing and troubleshooting two-way fm radios-ttr-radio:

Motorola Windows release 2003.

END OF CPS SERIES
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CQM5500 SERIES ( CQMEV9/CQMEZ13/CQMEZ9/CQM5500 EVA9 SELECT5/CQM5500 EZA1,3, CSQ-PL/CQM5500 EZA9, SELECT5 ) R01.01.00. 1988.

CQM5664S STORNO. Program for 100 Channels.

CQM5664S/CQP-4000 STORNO. (HT-300) v4.0. 29 10 1987

CQM6000 EF FIELD PROGRAMMER R1.8. 1989/07/25. GENERAL MARKET.

CQM6000 EF FIELD PROGRAMMER R1.8. 1989/12/11. U.K. VERSION: EF-R8.0.

CQM6000 EF FIELD PROGRAMMER R1.8. 1989/07/25. NORWAY A/S

MC-SPECTRO CODING/DECODING SOFTWARE. v5.06. MOTOROLA STORNO. JUL.1993.

CQM6000-MC SPECTRO FIELD PROGRAMMER FOR EF/EL/EC CODING/DECODING v5.07. MOTOROLA DENMARK.

CQM6000-MC SPECTRO FIELD PROGRAMMER FOR EF/EL/EC CODING/DECODING v6.05. 01-11-1994

CQM6XXX M6K SWEDISH FOR: CQM6332: 66-88MHz, CQM6112 :136-174MHz, CQM6662: 403-470MHz

CQM6000 MPT1327 TRUNKING ENV4019. R02.00.00. 24 Sep 1992, also HI-RIB TRANSFER UTILITIES.

CQM6000-7728 MPT1327. R7728/02.A. 14 DEC 1988. ( MODEL: SI6000-7728/00 ).

CQM6000 AKERI PERSONALITY PROM GENERATOR v1.1. by: DME-DANISH MICRO ENGINEERING A/S-870810. RADIO TYPES: CQM6332/CQM6112/CQM6662.

CQP4000 ( 4110=2M, 4330=4M ) SERIES. R4.0. 15012. 29/10/1987.

CQP-7000: 2200 SYSTEM PRODUCT LINE RADIOS FIELD PROGRAMMER. v10.05.00. 10/11/1991. STORNO A/S. ( MX1000/2000/3000 BAGDED AS

STORNO-2200, ALSO KNOWN AS PHONETEC TRUNK USED BY UK AIRPORTS, GOVERNMENT SITES..

CQP-7000: 2200 SYSTEM PRODUCT LINE RADIOS FIELD PROGRAMMER. v10.06.00. 10/01/1993. STORNO A/S. ( MX1000/2000/3000 BAGDED AS

DesKTrac Series R02.03.00.

DesKTrac Series Base Station/Control Station Repeater. R03.04.00. 31 Jan 1995.

DGT-9000, SYS 9000 DESK SET FOR SPECTRA/DESKTRAC, R02.00.00, 10-JUN-1991, RVN4009A.

DIU3000 encryption cartridges FIRMWARE: AES-256: 82.01.03. DES-OFB: 82.00.02.

FLASHCODE DECODER RING v1.5 FOR WINDOWS, RADIOS SUPPORTED: FLASHport (MTS, MCS, ASTRO Saber, ASTRO Spectra, ASTRO XTS3000, ASTRO XTS3500).

FuG-11.b DPS (GP900) GERMAN MARKET ONLY R01.07.00. KIT. NO. EVN4173A. Release: 1996.

GEMINI Station Data test & FTR Utilities. Data test v2.00.010, 13 Jan 1993

FTR Utilities v0.90beta. For 800MHz Models: 2006EG/2007DG/2008CB/2013G

GM-300 Hacked, upgrade your GM300 from 8 to 16 channels, or from 16 up to 40!

GM-300/GR300/M120/M110/M130 EUROPE R01.00.00. 01 Oct 1994.

GM-300/GR300-RADIUS R02.00.00. 29 Dec 1992.

GM-300/GR300-RADIUS R03.00.00. 26 May 1993.

GM-301/GR300-RADIUS-MIDCOM. R02.00.00.12 Dec 1993. HVN8177A.

GM-300/GR300/M120/M10 RADIUS R04.00.00. 24 Jan 1994

GM-300/GR300/M120/M10 RADIUS B04.02.00.04 May 1994

GM-300/GR300/M120/M10/M130 AMERICAS RADIUS R05.00.00 01 Oct 1994.

GM-300/GR300/M120/M10/M130 ASIA R01.00.00. 01 Oct 1994

GM-300 ASIA (350MHz WIDEBAND) R01.01.00. 05 Jul 1996.

GM-300 ASIA RSS D01.02.04.19 Aug 1997.

GM-300 RADIUS RADIO DOCTOR FOR WINDOWS 2000/XP. v1.1.12.

GM-350 Beta- 02.14.00 Windows 24 April 1996. ( first known release ).

GM-350 300MHz -TEST- Windows 16 AUG1996. (first 300mhz release only).

GM-350 R03.00.08 WindoWS 11JUNE1996. ELN6089.

GM-350 R03.00.09 Windows ELN6089.

GM-350 R03.01.06 Windows 7 Oct 1996. ELN6089.

GM-350 R03.01.08 Windows 18 June 1997. ELN6089.

GM-350 R03.01.09 Windows & Dos 23 Feb 1998. ELN6089.

GM-350-CR; Hacked for 300MHz radios to convert to 400MHz. needs hardware modification.

GM-950 R01.00.00

GM-950 R02.00.00 30 Oct 1997 ENVN4037B.

GM-950 R02.00.00 30 Oct 1997 ENVN4037B- Hacked version.

GM-950-PLUS (ASIA) DPS RSS R05.00.01 15 March 1999. PMVN4044.

GM-950 E/GM950 i (ASIA) R01.00.01. 30 JUNE 1999. PMVN4044.

GM-950 PLUS (ASIA) R05.00.02. 30 JUNE 1999. PMVN4044.

GM-950-E/GM-950-i (ASIA) DPS RSS R01.00.01.17 March 1999. PMVN4044.

GM-950 E/I: R01.00.02, GM-950 PLUS: R05.00.04. JULY 2001. PMVN4044E.

GM-950 FLASH UPGRADE TOOL R01.07.10-ENVN4022 and R02.02.03-ENVN4024 AMTEL FLASH PROM. DEC 2000

GM-950 FLASH UPGRADE TOOL R01.07.10-ENVN4022 and R02.02.03-ENVN4024 HYUNDAI FLASH PROM. NOV 2000

GP-60 SERIES R04.01.00, 28-MAR-1997, PMVN4002/RVN4159

GP-300 DEMO STUDY by Motorola.

GP-300 HEX WORKSHOP Video Clip by Batlabs.

GP-300/P100 R04.00.00 31 Dec 1992.

GP-300/P110 R05.03.00. 20 Aug 1993.

GP-300/P110 AMERICAS R07.00.00. 31 Oct 1994.

GP-300/P110/GP88 EUROPE R01.00.00 31 Oct 1994.

GP-300/GP300/P110/GP88-ASIA-R01.00.00.31 Oct 1994.

GP-300(3W)/GP-88(12.5K) ASIA R01.00.00.16 Mar 1995.

GP-300- ASIA- ( 3W/216MHz ) /280. for GP-220 14 May 1996.

GP-300/GP88-ASIA. R01.00.00. 19 Feb 1998.

GP-300 IVG vSPA.01 23 March 1999. ( DOES ALL MODELS AND OUTSIDE BANDS! ).

GP-300 5T-Edit

GP-300,P110 CONVERSION UTILITY: 1. DECODE.EXE DE-CRYPTS MOTOROLA RSS ARCHIVE FILES FOR GP300/P110s. 2. GPEDIT.EXE CHANGES MODEL AND SN INFORMATION IN A

DE-CRYPTED GP300/P110 FILES.

GP-300 5T-Service, R01.02.03. Supports German Language.

GP-300 5T-Service, Supports German Language. R02.00.00. 26 May 1995.

GP-300 5T-Select 5. R02.03.00 09 May 1997.

GP-300 5T-Select5. R02.04.00.15 Sept 1997.

GP-300 5T LAB GPUT-5T.

GP3-300-350 AMERCAS RADIUS R08.00.03 18 Mar 1996. HVN9128A.

GP-300-350 AMERICAS RADIUS R08.01.00 09 Jul 1996. for GP350/GP300 Supports: People Finder and RF Links. HVN9128A. ( Moded MDF file to convert 2 & 8 Ch to 16 Ch )

GP-300-350 R08.02.0030 Spt 1996. for GP350/GP300 Supports: People Finder and RF Links. HVN9128D.

GP-350 Analog Voice Security-AVS Advantage Board Programming Software,

GP-900-CP-LAB-code plug programmer. v2.2. 14-sept-94.

GP-900- 99-Channels (MT6000E) R01.00.00 20 Nov. 1996. EVN4653A. (99 Channel version of GP900).

GP-900-99-Channels-LAB-MT6000E. NVN4602. R02.00.00. 24-August-94.

GP-900 FuG-11b DPS, R01.07.00, AUG 29 1996, ENVN4173A

GP-TOOLS Runs with slow PC.

GTX-LAB - Restricted to FTR. R01.01.00. 04 Dec 1996.

GTX/MAX638 Trunk R01.01.00. 04 Dec 1996. RVN4150B.

GTX/MAX636 Trunk R02.00.01. 24 Jul 1997. . RVN4150C.

GTX/MAX636 Trunk R02.00.02. RVN4150D.

GTX SERIES R03.02.02 RVN-4150-E.

GTX SERIES R03.03.00. 25 JUL 1999. RVN4150F.

GTX/MAX636 Trunk R04.00.00 RVN-4150-G. 17 Feb 2000.

GTX/MAX636 Trunk R04.00.01 RVN-4150-H. 06 OCTOBER 2000.

GTX-PORTABLE FIRMWARE - GTX Portable is full keypad/display model, with limited SmartZone, 800 MHz.

GX-300 MPT-RUSSIAN. v.R01.11.00.

HT-50/P100 R02.00.00.

HT-50/P-100 R04.00.00 15 Jul 1993. RVN4021C & HVN9175C.

HT-600-LAB - D01.00.00. 22 Mar 1987.

HT-600E B99.99.99. (Serial Number Editing Version) 14 July 1987.

HT-600E R01.01.00. 30 OCT 1989.

HT-600E R01.00.02. 01 FEB 2005. ( CRACKED ).

HT-600E, MT1000 OFF SET CODE GENERATOR ( ALSO GENERATE CODE PLUG WITH CHANNEL HACK ).

HT-600 R02.00.02. 20 May 1988.

HT-600 S02.00.02. 05 Jan 1989. Extended Band split 438-477 MHz.

HT-600 R02.01.00. 10 Oct 1989.

HT-600 R02.03.00. 1990.

HT-600 B02.03.02. 16 Dec 1997 RVN4005G.

HT-600/P200 2 TO 6 CHANNEL

HT-800 - EU- LAB- Preliminary. ( For R&D Evaluation only) v.1.10.(Pass 3 only) Release. 7/9/1987. by Motorola Penang. ( will make 8 channels from 2 channel HT800 ).

HT-800 R02.02.03. 03 Nov 1988.

HT-800 R04.01.10. 05 MAY 1989. ( UTILITIES PROGRAM ).

HT-800 R04.02.01. 12 Dec 1989 RVN4031.

HT-800/CQP8000 Field Programmer R04.04.00 10 Aug 1990. RVN4031.

HT-1000 R01.00. 12 Oct 1992.

HT-1000/VISAR R02.00.00. 09 July 1993.

HT-1000/VISAR R02.10.02. 05 May 1994.

HT-1000/VISAR R03.00.00 RVN 4098E.

HT-1000/VISAR/JT1000 R03.01.00. 20 Mar 1996.

HT-1000/VISAR/JT1000 R03.02.01. 28 June 1996 RVN 4098G.

HT-1000/JT1000/VISAR R03.03.00 RVN 4098H. 01 May 1998.

HT1000/JT1000/VISAR LAB DEPOT R03.00.00. 05-MAY-1995 AND STANDARD PROGRAM R03.02.01. RVN4098G. 28-JUNE-1996 ( MADE FOR HONG KONG RSC ).

HT1000 analog voice security avs advantage board. avs ht1000 option interface plug r01.00.00. 21 mar 1996.

HT-LAB- B02.07.00.03 Feb 1994.

HTX/CP1000 Product Family. Software Package: 82A02025U20B. D01.06.ENG. 13 MAR 1990.

HTX/CP1000 Product Family. Software Package: 82A02025U20D. D01.07.12 JUL 1990.

HTX/CP1000 PRODUCT FAMILY. SOFTWARE PACKAGE: 82A02025U20E. D02.00. 06-NOV-1990.

HTX/CP1000 Product Family. Software Package: 82A02025U20F. TEST v3.0. 20 AUG 1991.

HTX/CP1000 Product Family. Software Package: 82A02025U20F. R03.00. 20 JUNE 1991.

HTX-AKERI Scandinavian Restricted Motorola LMPS STHLM v0.2. 2 Aug 1991. SOFTWARE PACKAGE: 82A0202025U94A. for AKERI HTX: MSH33UKK5100-N.

HTX-public trunking MPT1327. R01.00.00. serial: 0572 EVN4708A 20/09/1991

HTX-personal radio-HTX-PR. software package: 82a02025u52g. R: 2.2. 1-JULY-1991. for UK model: msh34uke5100an and more

i20R REPEATER CONTROLLER. R01.00.09. 14 FEB 1996 HVN9085A.

i750 Telephone Interconnect R01.00.05. 01 MAR 1996.

iDEN ORGANIZER (Integrated Dispatch Enhanced Network) R01.02. 1997. NTN1728.

UPDATER R01.08.01. 2003.

iDEN AGENT R01.02.00. 1999. RVN4174.

iDEN SUPER AGENT R01.16.02. 2003.

iDEN SUPER AGENT R01.16.03. 2003.

iDEN SUPER AGENT R01.16.08. 2004.

iDEN SUPER AGENT R01.16.10.1. 2004.

iDEN SUPER AGENT R01.16.16. 2005.

iDEN Super Agent RSS(R) Version: R02.00.00 (C) Motorola, Inc. 1997-2006.

iDEN CAMPANION-PRO. R01.03.08. 2002. / R01.03.12. 2003.

iDEN CAMPANION-PRO UPDATE. R01.03.12. 2003.

iDEN AMPANION-PRO-UPDATE R01.04.00. 2003.

iDEN CARRIER R01.14.02.

iDEN CARRIER R01.16.02. 2003.

iDEN CARRIER UPDATE R03.00.08 2003.

iDEN CARRIER R01.16.03. 2003.

iDEN TOOLS R2.05. (IDEN base stations).

iDEN CARRIER R01.16.08.

iDEN CARRIER R01.16.10. 2004.

IDEN CARRIER R01.16.12. 2005.

iDEN CARRIER R01.16.16. 2005.

iDEN CARRIER R01.16.17. 2006.

iDEN CARRIER R01.16.21. 2007.

iDEN CARRIER R02.00.01. 2007.

iDEN CARRIER R02.00.06. 2007. LAB (MINI-PORTABLE) V3-2009.

Nextel iDEN Lab RSS D02.00.01 (APP AND PATCH FOR iDEN CARRIER R02.00.01. 2007. THE PATCH ALLOWS CHANGING OF S/N AND IMEI DATA THRU DEPOT LEVEL ACCES).

APP AND PATCH FOR iDEN CARRIER R01.16.21. 2007. THE PATCH ALLOWS CHANGING OF S/N AND IMEI DATA THRU DEPOT LEVEL ACCES.

iDEN LABJAL D01.10.16.( LAB DEBUG WINDOWS PROGRAM ).

iDEN IM1100 WIRELESS MODEM R02.00. 2003.

iDEN Super Depot Patch 20

NEW IDENPRO Ver. 5 (Raptor) With full Installation Instructions and PASSWORD This soft is to change Subsidy code for the IDEN Radios (Nextel, Boost, Etc) ( Unlocking Tutorial included ).

iDEN LAB & CARRIER CRACK v20

impres™ Field Programmer (iFP) software (Chgr v340/Dsply v160/Prgmr V100) (14 Mar 2006 Application 356KB) -The above software is for the new Motorola IMPRES Chargers.

IMPRES Charger Firmware - 3.4 (IFP Update V1.09 - Charger V3.4 - Display V1.7 - IFP V1.1.exe)

IMPRES Charger Firmware - 3.9 (IFP Update V1.09 - Charger V3.9 - Display V1.7 - IFP V1.1.exe)

JPMR I & II R02.00.01. 16 MAY 2001. PMVN4066J. Radio Service Software JAPAN JPMRS / I&II. (Radius GP300 JAPAN-1 CHANNEL).

WDGRSS FOR RPM/NRM/R03.05.00. 10 Jul 1996.

INFOTAC/DATATAC-MOBITEX RADIO MODEM RPM500/660 R02.02.09. 10.FEB.1998. RVN4146C.

KVL ( KEY VARIABLE LOADER ) ADVANCED SECURNET CX-DX UPGRADE BIN. FILE. PART NUMBER#TLN-3413A FOR T3011 DX DES DES-XL-KVL. REPLACES EXISTING IC (U103) IN CX UNIT, ADDS ASTRO PROGRAMMABILITY TO CX-KVL.

KVL (DVP-XL) T3014CX to DX Upgrade binary image TLN3419A. It's the binary from the eprom.

KVL3000 - Firmware R015004-KVL3000-ASN.bin

KVL3000 - Firmware R015007-KVL3000-ASN.bin

KVL3000 - Firmware R02.50.11-KVL3000.bin

KVL3000 - Firmware R025011-KVL3000-astro25.bin

KVL3000 - Firmware R025013-ASN.bin

LABEL PROGRAM V6.0. 2001. CML EMERGENCY SERVICES INC.

LCS2000/LTS2000 TRUNK RADIO RSS R01.01.15. 12 MAR 1997. RVN4156B.

LCS2000/LTS2000 TRUNK RADIO RSS R02.00.04. 15 JAN 1998. RVN4156G.

LCS2000/LTS2000 TRUNK RADIO RSS R02.00.05. 22 JUN 1998. RVN4156H.

LCS2000/LTS2000 TRUNK RADIO RSS R02.00.10. RVN4156N.

LORAN-C Receiver R01.00.00 15-AUG-1990 RVN4088A for model: H1386.

LTS2000 FIRMWARE - LTS2000 rip is of 800 MHz SmartZone

M-100 RADIUS MOBILE R08.00.00 05 May 1993.

M-110 RADIUS R02.00.00 Serial#0617. 31 Jul 1989 MOTOROLA GERMANY

M-110 RADIUS R02.00.00 Serial#0404. 31 July 1989. MOTOROLA GERMANY

M-110 RADIUS 5 TONE FOR NON COMMERCIAL USE ONLY

M-150 RADIUS/COMPAC:Mobile/Base R01.00.03. 4-DSC-1989. AVN6011A/12A/13A. Motorola Australia.

M-170-PLUS R01.00.06. 25 Nov 1992. AVN6020G AUSTRALASIA.

M-400 RADIUS R01.00.00 RVN4023.

M-400 RADIUS R02.01.00. 24 July 1991.

M-400 RADIUS R03.00.00 05 May 1993. HVN9174.

M-500 ( RADMTRNK ) R02.00.01. 18-JUNE-1991. MAXTRAC-LTR-TRUNK-800MHz. HVN9645B.

M-500 R03.00.00. 10-APRIL-1990. MAXTRAC-LTR-TRUNK. RVN4043C & RVN4044C.

M-208/216 LB/VHF/UHF Radius Mobile R07.20.01.

M-208/216 LB/VHF/UHF Radius Mobile R08.00.00. 05 May 1993.EVN4172.

MARATRAC R04.03.00. 15 Nov 1993. RVN4023F.

MARATRAC R05.00.00. 20 DEC 1996. RVN4023G.

MAXTRAC TRUNKED R05.00.00. 26 Jan 1991.

MAXTRAC TRUNKED R05.01.00. 02 July 1991.

MAXTRAC TRUNK ISRAEL RADIO R05.01.07. 01 FEB 1995. FVN4064B.

MAXTRAC TRUNKED R05.03.00. 30 Nov 1992.

MAXTRAC TRUNKED R05.04.00. 19 Oct 1993. RVN4043 & RVN4044.

MAXTRAC TRUNKED R05.07.02. 02 May 1999. RVN4043R & RVN4044R.

MAXTRAC TRUNKED R05.07.03. 05 Jan 2000. RVN4043S & RVN4044S.

MAXTRAC - LAB - R05.30.00. 15 Aug 1991.

MAXTRAC - LAB - R05.05.00. 01 Sept 1994.

MAXTRAC - LAB - CONVENTIONAL. D05.01.00.02 July 1991.

MAXTRAC - LAB - CONVENTIONAL. D05.20.01.

MAXTRAC - LAB - USE FOR TRUNK MODELS OBT 800 900 & VHF-UHF 1997 MOTOROLA USA LTD. LAB USE G28.90.06 11-JAN-97 MAXTRAC TRUNK

MAXTRAC - LAB - VERSION SUPER LAB USE FOR ALL MODELS 100-300-800-900-VHF-UHF 1997 MOTOROLA USA LTD. F17.81.12 19-FEB-97 MAXTRAC MOBILE

MAXTRAC - LS LTR TRUNKING. R01.00.00. 06 MAY 1995. RVN4139A.

MAXTRAC - LS LTR TRUNKING. R02.03.00B. 27 Mar 1996. RVN4139B.

MAXTRAC CONVENTIONAL R03.00.00.

MAXTRAC CONVENTIONAL R05.00.00.

MAXTRAC CONVENTIONAL R05.10.00.

MAXTRAC CONVENTIONAL R05.30.00. 15 Aug 1991.

MAXTRAC CONVENTIONAL R06.01.00c. 21 Dec 1995. RVN4019J & RVN4020J.

MAXTRAC CONVENTIONAL R07.02.00a. 25 Jun 1997. RVN4019K & RVN4020K.

MAXTRAC - HAM-TRAC - Data Converter.

MAXTRAC 99 CHANNEL. R5.20.01ACSP01. 01-JUN-1991. 99 RVN4020. ( CANADIAN 99 CH KIT ).

MC-CENTRO R01.02.01 Serial # 0111.17 Nov 1987.

MC-CENTRO - PC6911 GERMAN v1.3. ENVN6414

MC-CENTRO - PC6911 GERMAN v1.4. ENVN6414A

MC-CENTRO R04.00.00 Standard version. 9 July 1990 and Field Programmer Loader v.R02.00.00 Serial#1107. 9 July 1990.

MC-CENTRO - v1.0 FOR WINDOWS, 11 JUNE 1996.

MC-MICRO R01.02.01. Serial#0111. 17 Nov 1987. Similar to Storno: CQM5500.

MC-MICRO R01.02.00. Serial#0240. 25 Sept 1987. RADIOS: GTF-295A: MC micro EZA 1/3, CSQ/PL, MC micro EZA 9, Select 5, MC micro EVA 9, Select 5. GTF 296A: MC micro TRC,

MC-MICRO MASTER VERSION R01.02.00. Serial#0144. 25Sept19MC-MICRO MPT-TRUNK ( GERMAN BUNDELFUNK ) R.01.00.00. 20 APR 1990

MC-2000/2500 Desktop Consoles R01.00.00. 15 May 2001. RVN4178A. This is a program for TD/MC-2000 consoles by MCL Emergency Services Inc,. Programming cables; DN6124A.

MC-2000/2500 Desktop Consoles R01.02.00. 2006. RVN4178A - 3211978 AND LABELS PROGRAM 3211124. This is a program for TD/MC-2000 consoles by PLANT MCL Emergency Services Inc,. Programming cables; DN6124A.

W/DB25 or DDN6367A W/DB9 connector.

MCS-2000 R03.10.00

MCS-2000 DEPOT TOOL, R03.10.00, JULY-15-1996.

MCS-2000 R04.00.00 15 Nov 1996. RVN4113E.

MCS-2000 R05.00.00 1997. RVN4113E.

MCS-2000 R05.04.00 1999. ( RIB-RKN4063 for FLASH ) RVN4113.

MCS-2000 R05.04.10 1999. ( RIB-RKN4063 for FLASH ) RVN4113.

MCS-2000 R05.05.00 ( 4 q 2000 ).

MCS-2000 R05.07.00 ( 1 Q 2003 Final release ) RVN4113M

MCS/MTS-2000 R01.00.00. 29-02-1996. AVN6028A

MCS/MTS-2000 R02.00.00. 08-12-1996. AVN6028B

MCS/MTS-2000 R03.00.00. 17-02-1998. AVN6028D

MCS/MTS-2000 R03.01.00. 02-12-1998. AVN6028E.

MCS2000 & 2100 SERIES SELECT 5. R02.11.05. 19 OCT 1996. GVN6011W ENGLISH (HIGH BAND: 450-510MHz).

MCX-100 v4.1 Aug 1999 by Paul Bennett N7OCS. for MCX-100/SYNTOR.

MCX-1000 Programmer. RVN4011.

MCX-1000 D01.01.00. 23-SEPT-1987

MCX-1000 R01.01.00. 23-SEPT-1987 RVN4011A

MCX-1000 R02.01.00. 15-DEC-1989

MCX-1000 R02.02.00. 20-JUNE-1989

MCX-1000 SR02.00.00. 25-AUG-1989 (MCX-1000 REPEATER)

MDT MONITOR v15.1.

MICOM-XF/XR/XL 1992.

MICOM-2 RSS v2.0 1 Jul 1996. FVN4312.

MICOM-2 ALE/SELCALL. v2.0.

MICOM-2 Radio Service Software (RSS) Version 3.0.

MIB-5500 JSMR CLONE Programmer R1.01 March 17th 1994 ( JAPANESE JEDI, BELONG SO MTX8000 FAMILY RADIOS ).

MICOR-3000. SW6862.M:Motorola format file with version 1.2 of the software for the MICOR3000-switch. SW6862.

V1.3 940908. CPU software for TE6360 for Wide Area System. MICOR3000 PC6867-TE6360 tool v1.1.

MOCSAD: ToolBox for MOSCAD RTUs V8.04.

MOCSAD: ToolBox for MOSCAD RTUs V8.50 - Service Pack 1.

MOCSAD: ToolBox for MOSCAD RTUs V9.50.

MOSTAR Conventional vAA00.00.00 22 Feb 1988. RVN4037.

MOSTAR HAM BAND VERSION, 14 - FEB - 2004, MODED.

MR-900 BASE REPEATER, PV6915_v1.1.

MSF-5000 R3.09. 15 Feb 1990.

MSF-5000 R05.01.400.

MSF-5000 R05.01.600.

MSF-5000 R05.01.900.

MSF-5000 and MSF-1000 v.R05.21. 20 Nov 1994. DIGITAL and ANALOG PLUS BASE STATIONS and REPEATERS CONVENTIONAL, TRUNK,VHF, UHF, 800, 896 MHz. RVN4077.

MT-1000 R03.00.00. 20 Oct 1990.

MT-1000 R03.00.01 23 AUG 1990.

MT-1000 R03.01.00. 22 Nov 1991. RVN4017.

MT-1000 R03.01.02. 1 Jun 1994.

MT-6000E EVN4602 R02.02.00. (GP900-99).

MTR-2000 R03.01.02. RVN4148F.

MTR-2000 Windows 95/98 R03.02.01 19 June 1998. RVN4148I.

MTR-2000 R03.02.03. RVN4148J.

MTR-2000 R03.02.04.

MTR-2000 R03.02.05.

MTR-2000 R03.03.01. 30 SEP 2002.

MTR - O U T L A W Flash Software M o t o r o l a G m b H T a u n u s s t e i n, GVNxxxxY, D02.02.00 12-Oct-95, Department: SW-Development 514, Issue: T3, Date: 12-Jun-95,

Document #: TAU-OUT-021.

MTSX SP-02.00.01. 07 Nov 1993.

MTSX SP-01.00.01 01 May 1993.

MTSX & - LAB - for MT2000, MTX8000, MTX9000, MTS2000 R02.00.01. 8 Sept 1993.

MTSX - LAB - R03.00.02. 24 Oct 1994. ( MT2000, MTX8000/9000, MTS2000 ).

MTSX R03.00.05. RVN4097.

MTSX R04.00.00. RVN4097. 1996.

MTSX R05.60.00. RVN4097. 15 Nov 1996.

MTSX R06.00.00. for: MT2000.MTX8000/9000.MTS2000. 5 Sept 1997. RVN4097M.

MTSX R06.04.00. 30 Sept 1999. for: MT/S2000

MTSX R06.05.00 ( 4Q2000 ). 02 Oct 2000. RVN4097.

MTSX R06.07.00 ( 1 q 2003 final release ). 14-Nov-2002. kit. no. RVN4097U.

MTSX R06.08.00 ( 1q 2005 final release ). 2005.

MTX-638 R01.00.01. 22 Nov 1996.

MTX-638 R01.01.00. 22 Aug 1997.

MTX-638 R04.01.03. 18 may 1998.

MTX-800/800S - LAB - Product Family R01.00.01. 19 Oct 1988. RVN4013.

MTX-800/800S R03.01.01.

MTX-800/800S R03.02.00f. 21 Seep 1994. RVN-4013.

MTX-810 - LAB - R01.00.00.

MTX-810 R01.00.00.

MTX-810 R02.00.00.

MTX-810 R02.00.01.

MTX-810 R02.01.00.

MTX-810 R02.01.01. RVN4065.

MTX-810 R02.02.00. 22 Nov 1993.

MTX-820/MTX-820S/MTX-888/MTX-888S Series. R01.02.00. 15 Apr 1994. RVN-4081-D.

MTX-820/888/S - LAB - R01.02.00.

MTX-900 R02.01.00. 26 Aug 1993. RVN4033.

MTX-900S - LAB - R01.00.30.

MTX-LS- R01.00.00. 11 Sept 1995. RVN3138

MTX-LS- R02.00.00. 1996. RVN3138.

MX-800 R01.01.00 05 Oct 1990. RVN4073B. ( PRODUCT FAMILY: MX800/816/840/880 ).

MX-1000 Series Field Programmer D05.00.07. 22 Sept 1988. ( models: hxxxxx9x09a ).

MX-1000 B02.00.00. FIELD PROGRAMMER FOR MDH, MAH, H OPTIONS. 12-JAN-1989.

MX-1000 for: MX1000/2000/3000. R02.00.00. Can be used to program MDH,MAH or H options. RVN4035. 17 Apr 1989.

MX-1000 Field Programmer for: MX1000/2000/3000. R02.01.01. Can be used to program MDH, MAH or H options. 05 March 1990.

MX-1000. R02.03.00. FIELD PROGRAMMER FOR MDH, MAH, H OPTIONS. SERIAL: 0774. 30-NOV-1992.

MX-1000 SERIES MANDOWN/DEADMAN FIELD PROGRAMMER. SR01.00.00. 01-MAY-1991. EVN4303.

MX-1000 SERIES EVN4326 RSS FOR MDH, MAH, H OPTIONS. 1-AUGUST-1992.

MX-1000 SERIES vSB01.00.00. 28 June 1993. EVN4335.

MX-1000 Field Programmer for: MX1000/2000/3000. R02.04.00. 12 July 1994.

MX-3010/13 GERMAN R01.01.00. Serial#0101. 22 May 1989.

MX-3010/13 GERMAN R01.08.00. 1993.

MX-TOOLS. v2.80. SPECTRA ING. WINDOWS PROGRAMMER.

MX-TOOLS. v3.1.6056 FOR WINDOWS. SPECTRA ING. (MX800 REPEATER)

MX-TOOLS. v3.1.7316 FOR WINDOWS. SPECTRA ING. (MX800 REPEATER)

MX1000 SERIES CROSS-BAND EXT. FREQUENCY FOR MDH, MAH, OR H OPTIONS , EVN4301 FIELD PROGRAMMER, SR02.00.01. ALSO CQP-7000 -SDVN4125C.

NUCLEUS STATION CONTROL FLASH UPLOAD PROGRAM ( NUCLEUS PAGING TRANSMITTER ) v BL-1.4

P-50 PLUS RADIUS PORTABLE R01.02.00.

P-50 PLUS RADIUS PORTABLE R02.00.00. 15 Jul 1993. KIT. NO. HVN9395D.

P-50 & P-100 RADIUS - LAB - D01.00.00. 22 Mar 1987.

P-110 Americas Radius R08.00.00. 08 Feb 1996.

P-110 Americas Radius R08.00.04. 19 Mar 1996.

P-110 AMERICAS RADIUS R09.00.00. 25 MAR 1996.

P-110- 5T v.R01.00.00. 5 Oct. 1992. KIT. NO. HVN9852.

P-200 VHF/UHF R02.03.01. 08 Jul 1991. KIT. NO. HVN9262. ( RVN4134A ).

P-200 vhf/uhf R01.01.00. 30 MAY 1989.

P-200LB LOW BAND VHF (30-50MHz) D03.00.01. 01 Jun 1990. KIT. NO. HVN9794. (RVN4134A)

P-210 VHF/UHF 16 Channel Radius. R04.02.01.12 Dec 1989.

P-210 VHF/UHF 16 Channel Radius Field Programmer R04.04.00. 10 Aug 1990. KIT. NO. HVN9763. ( RVN4134A) P-500

PP-1000/500 PRIVACY PLUS. R01.01.01. 25 JUN1991. RVN4062C

P-500 TRUNK & CONVENTIONAL UHF-800MHz R01.00.00. Release. 05 Mar 1991, HVN9940

RADIUS RADIO SYGNALLING CODEPLUG AVN6016A. R01.02.01. 6 sept 1990. to analyze or program the radius radio signalling codeplug via an ibm pc

and an ep232 programmer. Motorola Comm. Australasia.

PC6296 Programming Tool v3.3. Works with CP6272 program. Repeater Card, BASE STATIONS: MOTOROLA & ERICSSON

PC6847 PROGRAMMING TOOL FOR CP6295-TE REPEATER. v1.0.

PC6867-TE6360 PROGRAMMING TOOL. v1.1. FOR MICOR3000.

PC6873 v.1.0 940121. Note 940120: Variant of PC6296 v3.3 for Motorola Germany. Runs with SW6872 in CP6295 Repeater Card.

PC6915 v1.1. MR-900 BASE STATION FOR GERMAN MARKET.

ADV8000/9000 TOOL v2.6 BASE STATION (MOTOROLA & ERICSSON) EEPROM PROGRAMMER LIKE PC6272 BUT NEWER BOARD. SMS STYRSYSTEMS-SWEDEN

PEOPLE FINDER LT/PLUS v2.01. 1993.

R-100 MASTER VERSION, 01.10. 1987.

R-100 Field Programmer v1.9. Standard Version. Release 02 17 1988. for R100 Repeater. KIT.NO.HVN9177.

R-100 NO LIMINTS ( DOWN TO 435 AND UP TO 470MHz ). 03.08.1993.

RADIO UTILITIES by Motorola. Release 1995. (P10/50 Crystal Calc, SP/PC10 PL/DPL Config, Serial Numbers Dating, Quick Call Tones Config, Tech Formulas, Tables).

SABER Series D04+/-10M 01 10 1989. Same like Storno: CQP7000A and MX1000.

SABER Series SD02.20.00. 22 Mar 1989 by Motorola Australasia. KIT NO AVN609Z.

SABER Series R04.02.00. 02/20/1989.

SABER Series R05.00.00. 20. Aug 1989.

SABER Series R05.00.14. 08/08/1990.

SABER Series R06.00.00. 12/21/1990.

SABER Series R06.01.00. 24 July 1991.

SABER Series R07.01.00. 09 01 1993. KIT NO. RVN4002K.

SABER SYSTEM B02.03.02. For Saber SI Portable. 30 September 1992.

SABER SYSTEM B09.02.00. For Saber SI Portable. 24 August 1993.

SABER SYSTEM R03.00.01. 31 Jul 1991.

SABER SYSTEM S03.00.14. 08 Oct 1991.

SABER SYSTEM R04.00.00. Standard 22 Oct 1993.

SABER SYSTEM R04.00.02. Standard 07 Oct 1994.

SABER SYSTEM - LAB - v.R03.00.2 15 Apr 1992.

SABER ALL VHF & UHF HACKED. 2006. NEW!!

SABER IVG 00-999MHZ HACKED, 21.04.2006. NEW!!

Scrambler & Scrambler Plus (board for advantage port & radius port radios supports Hopping ) R01.00.00. 1997. . HVN9009.

SM-50/SM-120 AMERICAS R01.00.00. 19 July 1995.

SM-50/SM-120 AMERICAS R02.00.00. 25 Mar 1996.

SM-50/SM-120 AMERICAS R03.00.00. 18 June 1996.

SM-50/SM-120 AMERICAS R04.00.00. 08 Oct 1996. KIT. NO. HVN9007.

SM-50/SM120 AMERICAS R05.00.00. 14 Jul 1998.

SM-50/SM-120 ASIA R01.02.00. 26 June 1996.

SM-50/SM-120 ASIA R01.03.00. 12 Dec 1996.

SP-10 DIP SWITCHES PROGRAMMING MANUAL

SP-50 Americas R02.00.00. 02 June 1995.

SP-50 Americas B03.00.00. 25 Mar 1996.

SP-50 Americas B03.00.00. 25 Mar 1996. (HACKED-2 channel to 10 channel converter).

SP-50 Americas R04.00.00. 14 Jul 1998. KIT. NO. HVN9012D.

SP-50 SELECTONE CORPORATION SMARTRUNK II LOGIC BOARD PROGRAMMING UTILITY. v1.20. for Selectone Model ST-865M2 Smartrunk II Logic Board for SP-50 Radios.

SPECTRA RAILROAD SERIES vR04.05.00.

SPECTRA R01.00.00. (Does the Railroad radios as well).

SPECTRA R03.01.00. 1991.

SPECTRA R04.03.00. 1991. RVN4000K & RVN4001K.

SPECTRA - LAB - R05.03.00. 05 Apr 1992. RVN4001K.

SPECTRA R05.03.00. 05 APR 1992. RVN4000M

SPECTRA R06.00.04. 03 Jun 1993. RVN4001N.

SPECTRA - LAB - R06.00.05. 03 Jun 1993. RVN4001N.

SPECTRA - LAB - B04.04.04. 18 Sept 1991.

SPECTRA D04.02.04.

SPECTRA vF06.00.15. 28 Mar 1994. RVN4001N.

SPECTRA - LAB - B99.99.99 - TEMPRSS, RVN4000M

SPECTRA RF MODEM ENABLE UTILITY. v1.00 FOR TRUNKUNG SPECTRA RADIO.

SPECTA PORTABLE REPEATER. RVN4115, Ver. 1.2.

STACCATO R01.06.00. 06 JUNE 1991. SERIAL #0175.

STX A01.01.00. 28 Sept. 1989.

STX R02.01.00. 31 July 1990.

STX R03.00.00. 06 Dec 1990.

STX R03.01.00. 06 Aug 1992.

STX - LAB - R02.00.00. 23 April 1990.

STX - LAB - R03.01.00. 06 Aug 1992.

Amtrx 3.0.0. JULY 2002. Australian made Motorola Syntrx radios. All amateur bands and Aust UHF CB band.

D2.01. 09-OCT-1993 SYNTOR X 9000 DUAL RADIO.

D7.04.SP01. 16-MAR-1992 SYNTOR X 9000 PROGRAMMER.

R01.00.00. 13-AUG-1992. AVN6023A. syntrx & plus control head field prog. AUSTRALIA.

R01.00.03. 27-FEB-1992. AVN6021D field prog syntrx plus. AUSTRALIA.

R01.00.05. 18-SEPT-1990. AVN6013A COMPAC radio prog. AUSTRALIA.

R01.00.07. 16-JULY-1993. AVN6021H FIELD PROG SYNTRX PLUS.

R01.01.0. 32. 25-JUNE-1991 X 8 RADIO CODEPLUG FAMILY.

R01.01.98. SPROG SYNTOR X FULL BAND ALPHA KD6LVW-KD6ALI.

R01.03.00. 5-MAR-1992. AVN6006B. syntrx Australia signalling code plug prog.

R02.02.00, 13 Dec 1987.(SYNTOR X/STX/SYNTOR-9000/SECURE STX/MOSTAR).

R02.00.03. 10-APR-1989. AVN6005A syntrx Australia code plug modifier.

R02.00.04. 05-OCT-1989. AVN6005A syntrx Australia code plug modifier.

R02.00.12. 11-APR-1991. AVN6005A syntrx Australia code plug modifier.

R02.00.14. 20-SEPT-1991. AVN6005A syntrx Australia code plug modifier.

R03.01.01. 13-NOV-1992. AVN8128B syntrx Australia code plug modifier.

R05.13.01. 09-FEB-1988. SACPT TRUNK stx. pp100. synor x & 9000.

R07.12.95 SPROG BETA-WIDEBAND 2MT PATCHED KD6LVW-KD6ALI.

R8.01.00. RADIO & R7.11. HEAD. 16-NOV-1993 SYNTOR X9000 RADIO PROGRAMMER.

ROLY hex program by VK6OZ.

Syntor x lowband prom data programmer by KA1JY.

V01.01.98 SPROG full band alpha 1995 syntor x module prog generator KD6LVW-KD6ALI.

V1.00 BETA FOR HAM USE-WINDOWS-SYNTOR CODEPLUG READER.

V1.1. 1999. syntor prom data genetator WA0SMG.

V1.505. 15-JAN-2006. SYNTOR X EEPROM & HEX FILE GEN. W9FIU.

V2.1. 1997. HIGH BAND VHF TO HAM BANDS. X9000. N7OCS.

V2.2. LOW-MID-HI BAND SYNTOR X. N7OCS.

V3.00. 2002 amtrx synth & m150 eprom.

V3.00. X9000 TRUNK control head programmer.

V3.0.0. JULY-2002. AMTRX Australian made Motorola Syntrx radios. All amateur bands and Aust UHF CB band.

V3.3. 1998. syntor & mcx100. N7OSC.

V4.00.00. syntor x9000 control head programmer.

V4.00.sp05 syntor x9000 control head programmer.

V4.0 SYNTOR & V4.1. MCX100. N7OSC.

V4.03.sp03 syntor x 9000 dual radio control head.

V4.03.sp04 syntor x 9000 dual radio control head.

V4.03.sp05 syntor x 9000 dual radio control head.

V4.03.sp06 syntor x 9000 dual radio control head.

V5.02.00. 04-APRIL-1989. SYNTOR X9000 programmer Special Ham LAB version & FIRMWARES.

V6.00.00. 06-SEPT-1989. SYNTOR X9000 CONTROL HEAD PROGRAMMER.

V6.00.00. 15-NOV-1989. SYNTOR X9000 RADIO PROGRAMMER.

V07.12.9 5BETA-WIDEBAND 2MT. SPROG syntor x module prog generator KD6LVW-KD6ALI.

XCAT BOARD. Xcat PC control program V 0.12. WB6YMH.

X9000E: LAB 03.02.00 25-SEPT-1988 RVN4009A.

X9000E: LAB 03.03.03 14-JAN-1989 RVN4009A.

X9000E: R04.10.02 24-AUG-1990 RVN4009E.

X9000E: R04.10.04.

32x8 Radio Codeplug Family: Motrar, Syntorx, Syntorx3, Micor, Syntorx2, Consollette/l335. R01.01.01. 25 June 1991. RVN4058C.

SYNTOR-X9000 TRUNK Head Programmer. R3.00. 1987.

SYNTOR-X9000 R03.02.00.

SYNTOR-X9000 R03.03.03.

SYNTOR-X9000 R04.10.02.

SYNTOR-X9000 R04.10.04.

SYSTEM KEY GENERATION UTILITY -LAB- Stand Alone Field Programmer. vA00.00.03. 31 Dec 1989. (Trunk system generator ).

SYSTEM WATCH Motorola Trunking. v6.26.

SYSTEM WATCH II Motorola Trunking. v6.40.

T-5600 Series Desktop Controller With Multiple Dispatch/Relay Option, Start-Alert and Multi Base. R04.00.02. 05 Nov 1992.

THE TOOL KIT v1.50(GP-300/ P110 2 to 4 channels.HT-600/P200 upgrade to 6 channels. Support Maxtrack and Radius Radios and more useful mods).

THE TOOL KIT -EMCOM- v1.00.Release:1Jan1994.(GP-300/P-110,M-100/200/500,GM-300 8to16 channels Conversions and more, No need of theDonglekey).

TRICK v2.6. 1998. for: GM300/350/950 Sell Call Radios.

Talkabout Distance DPS 2-way radio portable DPS factory RSS, M F C A p p l i c a t i o n v1.0.0.1 1998.

T.R.S.S. Trunk Radio Service Software. v.R01.00.00. 18 Aug 1989. PROM PROGRAMMER

TPROG - TURBO PROGRAMMER D02.00. (20 JULY 1992) JEDI, ASTRO, SABER-SI, PRODIGY, RENNESAINCE, SPECTRA, VISAR, CROSS, PROTO1 SERIES FLASH LAB PROGRAMMER.

QUANTAR R09.00.00.

QUANTAR R09.07.00. RVN5002.

QUANTAR R09.03.00. JULY 1999. RVN5002.

QUANTAR R10.01.00. 12-07-1998 RVN5002

QUANTAR R10.05.00. DEC 1999 RVN5002

QUANTAR R12.03.00. SEPTEMBER 2002 RVN5002

QUANTAR R12.06.00. SEPT .2003 RVN5002

QUANTAR R13.00.00. 2004.

QUANTAR R14.00.04. RVN5002. 2006. ( QUANTAR, QUATRO, INTELLIREPEATER, LIMITED QUANTAR, DSS-III, ASTRO-TAC-RECEIVER, QUANTAR DATA BASE RECEIVER ).

QUANTAR R14.01.00 RVN5002. 2006. QUANTAR ASTRO TAC3000.

QUANTAR R14.02.00 RVN5002. 2006. QUANTAR ASTRO TAC3000.

QUANTAR R14.02.01 RVN5002. 2007. QUANTAR ASTRO TAC3000. 2007.

QUANTAR R14.03.00 RVN5002. 2008. QUANTAR ASTRO TAC3000. 2008.

QUANTAR R14.04.00 RVN5002. 2008. QUANTAR ASTRO TAC3000. 2008.

QUANTAR R14.06 RVN5002 (2008 NOV 011).

QUANTAR R14.10 RVN5002 ( Jul 15, 2011 ).

Quantar Station firmware upgrade - R20.14.038.

VEHICLE ADAPTER FOR WARIS. VA - v4.6. 2000. MOTOROLA GERMANY

Virtual Control Head Software. Version vrch1.3.5.1.

VISAR PRIVACY PLUS. R01.00.20.

VISAR PRIVACY PLUS. R02.00.00.

VISAR PRIVACY PLUS. R02.00.01.

VISAR PRIVACY PLUS. R03.00.01.

VISAR PRIVACY PLUS. v.R04.00.01. Replaces older releases: Visar P.Plus R03.00.01. and MTX-8000 Privacy Plus. v.R01.00.00.

VISAR R800 CLONE Programmer R1.10 Feb 3rd 1997 ( JAPAN ONLY: SMR (or trunking) models used in 860- 870MHz (downlink) and 915-925MHz(uplink) range.

VRC v1.3.4.1 virtual control head software for MW-520 Police Car Computer

VRC v1.3.5.1 virtual control head software for MW-520 Police Car Computer

VRM & PRM240 SERIES MODEM DEVICES FOR POLICE: VRM500-SPECTRA & MCS2000, VRM600-R192 & R96 & MDC, VRM650-R96 & R192 & MDC, VRM850-R96 & R192. R03.01.11, 21 MAY 2003 (RVN4133L) MODEM SERVICE APPLICATION MOTOROLA COMMUNICATIONS ISRAEL.

XTN2600 CHANNEL EDITOR.
MOTOROLA ELECTRONIC CATALOGUES & UTILITIES:

Electronic Master Selection Guide, DK101AE/D Rev.4. 2Q91 Edition.

Computer Data Disk, DK101/D Rev.1. 1Q88 Edition.

IMPEDANCE MATCHING PROGRAM. v1.0. 6 April 1992. (Power Amps calc.).

PARTS PRICE BOOK. Issue: 01.01.1994. v3.2N. Prices in German DM.
MOTOROLA PAGERS:

17A_FLEX_PPS_R01.00.00_1995

19A_PPS_R03.02.00_1998

20A_PPS_R01.00.09_WAVE_RUNNER

26A_FLEX_PPS_R01.02.00.

28A_PPS_R04.00.02_1999_JAZZ

32D_FLEX_PPS_R01.06.00_2001

37A_FLX_PPS_WORDLINE FLEX_R04.00.00.

37A_POCSAG_PPS_R02.00.00_1998

45A_LINGUIST_PPS_R03.04.00

46C_PPS_R01.12.00

55A_PPS_R01.00.00_1997

56A_FLEX_PPS_R01.02.00_1998

77A_FLEX_PPS_SPLASH_MATE_FLEX_R01.01.01.

90A_PPS_R01.10.00_SCRIPTOR-188

578_FLEX_PPS_EAGLE_R02.09.00_1996.

578_FLEX_R02.12.00_1998_PPS_ADVISOR

584_PPS_R0400.00_1996

584 PPS R05.00.00. 1998.

723_R02.01.00_LX-1_PPS_SCRIPTOR

ADVISOR_OVER_THE_AIR_PPS_R04.00.00_1993

ADVISOR_R06.00.00_PPS_1994.

ADVISOR II FLEX R02.09.07M. 2005.09.16.

ADVISOR II FLEX R02.09.08M. 2005.10.13

ADVISOR II R06.15.10M. 2005.09.16.

ADVISER II FLEX. RVN5023D - R02.09.09. 12 Jul 2006.

ADVISOR II POCSAG. RVN4238D - R06.15.11. 12 Jul 2006.

LS355 V1.20. 2005.

AVONT_FLEX_Roamming Pager_PPS_R01.07.00

BRAVO:

BRAVO_ALPHANUMERIC_PPS_R02.00.01_1990

BRAVO_ENCORE!_PPS_R03.00.00

BRAVO_PLUS_PPS_R02.00.01_1992

BRAVO_PLUS_LIFESTYLE_PPS_R03.00.02

bravo-plus-auto-synth-r02.01.00-1995

EXPRESS_PPS_R02.00.00

EXPRESS_PPS_R05.00.07_1994

FLX_PPS_R02.01.00_1997

LX_PPS_R01.00.00_1995

500:

bravoFLX-R01.03.00

bravoPOC-2.12 FOR 500-501-700

Bravo500900MHzSvcManual

Bravo 500-501 flex user manual

Bravo 500-501 Pocsag

501 SERVICE MANUAL:

501pocsag

Bravo501%20TUNING(150MHz)

Bravo501%20TUNING(450MHz)

BRAVO_501flex

BRAVO_VCP_501flex

BRAVO_VCP_501pocsag

700:

bravoPOC-2.12 FOR 500-501-700

Bravo Programming Software instructions

SERVICE MANUAL:

Bravo700%20TUNING(150MHz)

Bravo700SvcManual

800:

Bravo 800 Flex PPS 1.02

Bravo 800 Pocsag PPS 1.04

PPS Driver for Win 2000 and XP 1.0

SERVICE MANUAL:

Bravo800SvcManual

Bravo800 full USER MANUAL

BRAVO_800flex

BRAVO_800pocsag

BRAVO_VCP_800flex

BRAVO_VCP_800pocsag

VCP Bravo 800 Guide

802:

BR802 Pocsag PPS 1.04

Br802 Flex PPS 1.07

BR502:

Br502 Flex PPS 1.16

Br502 Pocsag PPS 1.50

br502usermanual

DIVA_PLUS_FLEX_V3.0

FIRESTORM II R.02 GERMAN. (ONE CD ).

Firestorm III R01.00.00

FREESPIRIT_R02.00.00_8_JUL_93

GOLD_LINE_R01.00.03_10_MAY_95

INFOADVISOR_TM-4400_R02.00.00_1997

KEYNOTE_R01.00.05_1995

MEMO_EXPRESS_R02.0.00_1996

MINITOR:

MINITOR III_R3.05.

MINITOR III_R3.10.

MINITOR III_R3.14.

MINITOR III_R4.01

MINITOR IV_R6.3.1_2003

MINITOR IV_v06_BETA_2003_WINDOWS.

MINITOR IV. WINPPS. v1.8.1. SEPTEMBER 2004.

MINITOR V. SEPT. 2005.

MINITOR V. R1.2.2. 8.DEC.2005.

Minitor V Firmware Upgrade v3.0. DEC.2005.

MINITOR V R1.4.0. 3.Aug.2006.

MINITOR V R1.7.2 (2007).

MOT98_PPS_R04.02.00. List of Pager Products Supported: LS350/LS350 French/NYSE LS350/LS550/LS550 French/LS750/LS750 French/BR850/BR850 French.

PF1500_FRP02.03_NOV.05.1998

PR-3000 Radius Programmer. R01.00.04. 30 Oct 1991.

PRONTO_FLX_R02.00.00_1996

PRONTO_R01.01.00_1996

RD-3359LS_V1.15_PASSWORD_READER

RENEGADE_R0.00.00_1994

SCRIPTOR_ADVISOR_PRO_R01.06.00_1996

SCRIPTOR_ADVISOR_PRO_R01.06.03_1997

SCRIPTOR_ADVISOR_R01.05.00

SFLEX_PPS_R01.00.08

SKYFIRE II/FIRESTORM II/FIRESTORM III/LX2plus & BOS. WINDOWS RELEASE 2 002 GERMAN: Skyfire II V.170,2.00,2.10/Firestorm II

V.0.90,2.00,2.10/Firestorm III V.2.11,V3.00- -LX2 Plus V.120

SKYFIRE_FME_DME:

FME 88_SKYFIRE_4_PGA88_1.1_200.01.03

FME_88_SKYFIRE_4_PGA88_2.0_200.01.03-04

FME_88_SKYFIRE_4_PGA88_3.01_200.01.05

ULTA_EXPRESS_FLX_PPS_R01.00.00_1995

ULTA_EXPRESS_FLX_PPS_R01.02.00_1995
MOTOROLA CELLULAR PHONES ( NO UPDATING ANY MORE ):

Brik8918, 9027, Dtac4000, G2, Htv-v2, Jics-101, Mot4500e, 4500l, 4800l, Mot66, Mot911, Moto8811, 9009, 9023, 9122, 9128, Mpc.

MOTOROLA-VICTOR GSM SERVICE SOFTWARE v2.2.3 FOR V66/V60/T280/V70

CDMA WILL800SC/1900SC FIXED WIRELESS TELEPHONE: FWT PC PROGRAMMER R2.22. NCU FALCON PROGRAMMER R3.63, 2003
 Topic: Icom Commercial Radios
Icom Commercial Radios [message #3206] Wed, 20 January 2016 21:41
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Icom commercial radios can be programmed by using an OPC-478 cable used for many amateur radios by creating an adapter out of a head phone extension cable and a honey5 crimped connector. The Icom equivalent is the OPC-592 The radios that this will work for include: IC-F211 IC-F221 IC-F310 IC-F320 (great for 2m) IC-F420 (great for 70cm) All can be found for under $50 in many cases and are all robust radios great for just a few repeaters, a link radio, APRS or packet gateway. Software is mostly DOS based and will recognize a USB to serial adapter or you can make the same adapter as above for universal cables used for Chinese import radios like a Baofeng RJ-45 Pin 2 goes to "ring" on 3.5mm. RJ-45 Pin 7 goes to "ground" on 3.5mm. Make sure you do not short any other pins in the RJ-45 or it will not work. This adapter I created is the same thing as an Icom OPC-592. software: http://mw0gkx.co.uk/radprog/icomdosclonesw.htm

[Updated on: Wed, 20 January 2016 21:56]


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 Topic: Baofeng Programming Cable Schematic UV-5R
Baofeng Programming Cable Schematic UV-5R [message #3126] Wed, 04 November 2015 22:52
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Baofeng Programming Cable Schematic Diagram

Baofeng Programming Cable Schematic UV-5R
 Topic: Motorola XPR 4550 XPR 5550 Programming Cable Pinout
Motorola XPR 4550 XPR 5550 Programming Cable Pinout [message #3103] Fri, 22 May 2015 09:46
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Motorola XPR 4550 XPR 5550 Programming Cable Pinout

This needs a simple USB cable with no other parts involved besides the PMLN5072 connector. Cut the one side of the USB cable that is not needed. Wire up as follows:

White Data - Pin 2
Green Data + Pin 1
Red Vbus Pin 3
Black ground Pin 4

Looking at the back of the radio the connector facing you the pins are as follows:

Upper left side of the connector is pin 2
Lower left side of the connector is pin 1
Pin 4 is next to pin 2
Pin 3 is next to pin 1

Some people have mentioned that the green and white wires where swapped, so you might want to check your USB connector before making the assumption that the white and green wires are what they really say they are. Some cables may be swapped depending on who made them. Some cheap cables might not follow the standard color scheme.
I was told by a Motorola rep that the front microphone connector will not program everything on the radio and is not recommended because it is some proprietary system Motorola has. However the back will program everything.

Motorola XPR Programming Cable
The left cable is the one just made for under $10. The one on the right was purchased by another ham for more than $30. These cables sell on ebay for as much as $60. It gives a reason to cut off USB cables from old mice and keyboards and keep them around for cables like these.

[Updated on: Sun, 31 May 2015 23:46]

 Topic: Motorola mcs2000
Motorola mcs2000 [message #2819] Sun, 21 April 2013 03:54
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Hi everybody I new to this site I recently bought a Motorola mcs2000 and I took it to a Motorola dealer in Australia and they told me that they used ver 2.00.00 software to read the radio Iam wondering if anybody has that software. Thank you in advance.
 Topic: Kenwood Software Programming Reference
Kenwood Software Programming Reference [message #155] Sat, 12 January 2008 17:12
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SOFTWARE PROGRAMS THESE RADIOS

SOFTWARERADIOS
KPG-5DTK-930 TK-931
KPG-6D TK-705 TK-805
KPG-7DTK-630 TK-730 TK-830
KPG-11DTK-230 TK-330
KPG-15DKDS-10
KPG-16DTK-430 TK-431
KPG-21D TKB-720 TKR-720 TKR-820
KPG-23D TK-250 TK-350
KPG-25DM2 TK-840 TK-940 TK-941
KPG-26D TK-353
KPG-27D TK-260 TK-270 TK-360 TK-370
KPG-29D TK-760 TK-762 TK-860 TK-862
KPG-31D TK-255
KPG-35D TK-480 TK-481
KPG-38D TK-290 TK-390
KPG-41D TK-715
KPG-44D TK-690 TK-790 TK-890
KPG-47D TKR-830
KPG-48DTK-2100(K)(K2) TK-3100(K)(K2) TK-3101(K2)
KPG-49D TK-280 TK-380 TK-780 TK-880
KPG-56D"G" SERIES PORTABLES & MOBILES (260GK, 360GK, 270GK, 370GK, 760(H)GK, 860(H)GK, TK-762(H)GK, TK862(H)GK
KPG-79D TK-7150 TK-8150
KPG-81D TK-2160 TK-3160

RADIO PROGRAMMING CABLES PROGRAMMING CABLE PROGRAMS THESE RADIOS

CABLERADIOS
KPG-4 TK-705 TK-760 TK-762 TK-860 TK-862 TK-840 TK-930 TK-630 TK-730 TK-830
KPG-14 KDS-10 KCT-24S KVT-10 VH-C1
KPG-22 TK-250 TK-350 TK-260 TK-360 TK-353 TK-270 TK-370 TK-2100 TK-3100 TK-2160 TK-430 TK-431 TK-255 TK-715 TK-3160
KPG-36TK-280 TK-380 TK-290 TK-2140 TK-480 TK-481 TK-390 TK-3140
KPG-43 TK-690 TK-790 TK-890
KPG-46 or KPG-4 TK-780 TK-880 TK-980 TK-981 TKR-830 TK-7150 TK-8150
KPT-50 TKB-720 TKR-720 TKR-820

[Updated on: Wed, 23 May 2012 01:17]

 Topic: Motorola RSS Reference List
Motorola RSS Reference List [message #133] Mon, 21 May 2007 01:35
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There is no guarantee of accuracy of this list...

Part # Media Operating
System
Product(s) Manual(s) RSS Ver License? Release Date RIB
Needed?
RIB-to-radio cable
HVN9054D 3.5 3.1, 95, 98 1225 6880904Z93 R03.2 RPX4719G 08/23/00 Yes 3080070N01
RVN4106B 3.5   "-10" PRODUCT CONFIG TOOL 6804005C75 R04.00.00   08/25/93    
HVN9001D 3.5 3.1, 95, 98 1225LS 6880906Z25 R2.0 RPX4719G 12/15/00 Yes HLN9359A
RVN4057C 3.5 DOS 32x8 Codeplug 6881125E50 R01.01.01 RPX4719G 08/09/91 No 3080385B23 &
5880385B30
MDVN4964E 3.5   9100 System Upgrade N/A R02.01.00   01/03/95    
RVN4126E 3.5   9100-386 & 9100-386T Devices 6804018C30 R01.60.00   01/31/97    
MDVN4963C 3.5   9100-386 System Upgrade N/A R02.00.00   01/03/95    
MDVN4965C 3.5   9100-WS/T Configuration N/A N/A   01/03/95    
RVN4085C 3.5   Advanced Securenent CIU 6880310B58 R02.00.00 RPX4719G 01/11/94 No 0180358A25
RVN4185A CD 95, 98, ME, NT, 2000 Astro 25 Mobile   R01.00.00 RPX4719G 11/15/01 No NKN6545A
RVN4186A CD 95, 98, ME, NT, 2000 Astro 25 Mobile/Portable   R01.00.00 RPX4719G 11/15/01   RKN4105A /
RVN4106A
RVN4181A CD 95, 98, ME, NT, 2000 Astro 25 Portable   R01.00.00 RPX4719G 11/15/01   RKN4105A /
RVN4106A
RVN4053M 3.5   ASTRO Digital Interface 6802924C15 R7.01.11 RPX4719G 04/12/00 No 3080385B23
RVN4183B CD 95, 98, ME, NT, 2000 Astro Mobile   R01.01.00 RPX4719G 10/22/01 Yes RKN4047A
RVN4100U 3.5 DOS Astro Mobile/Portable N/A R09.01.00 NLA - SUBS TO RVN4184    
RVN4184B CD 95, 98, ME, NT, 2000 Astro Mobile/Portable Combination   R01.01.00 RPX4719G 10/22/01 Yes RKN4046A (Port)
RKN4047A (Mob)
RVN4182B CD 95, 98, ME, NT, 2000 Astro Portable   R01.01.00 RPX4719G 10/22/01 Yes RKN4046A
RVN4154G 3.5   ASTROTAC 3000 Comparator 6881098E15 R03.07.00 RPX4719G 10/20/99   3080385B23
RVN5003D 3.5   ASTROTAC Comparators 6881087E80 R50.21.00 RPX4719G 06/19/96 No 3080399E31 Adapt.
5880385B34
RVN4131C 3.5   BLINKERS.EXE INSTR. SHEET VER.1.02 6880309G87 04/19/96    
RVN4083A 3.5   BSC II 6880310B51 VR01.00 6880309G87 07/24/90 No FKN5836A
MDLN1058A 3.5 DOS C DEVELOPMENT APPL 6802705X01 R03.00.00   08/26/92    
NTN1024C 3.5 DOS C DEVL'MT.RD-LAP APPL 6802705X01 R01.00.00   08/26/92    
RVN4171B 3.5   C200   R01.01.00 RPX4719G 12/04/00    
HVN9025H CD 95,95, 98, ME, NT, 2000 CDM PRO Series 6881088C46 R06.01.00 RLN4809A 11/14/00   AARKN4083
AARKN4081 Ribless
RVN4029K 3.5   CENTRACOM SERIES II 6881121E49 R09.05.02 RPX4719G 11/15/96 No VARIOUS
SEE MANUAL
RVN4112E 3.5   COMMANDPLUS 6880309E42   RPX4719G   No  
RVN4149C 3.5   COMTEGRA 6881096E75 R04.00.00 RPX4719G 02/11/99 Yes 3082056X02
RVN4079G 3.5 DOS DESKTRAC CONVENTIONAL 6880310B53 MAXTRAC
R5.30.00
RPX4719G 05/09/95 Yes 3080070N01
RVN4093F 3.5 DOS DESKTRAC TRUNKED 6802982G55
6880310B61
R03.04.00 RPX4719G 12/13/1995 Yes 3080070N01
RVN4091C 3.5   DGT 9000 DESKSET 6880310B59 R01.00.11 RPX4719G 06/04/96 Yes 0180358A22
RVN4135A 3.5 DOS R100 (HVN9177) M100/M200,M110,M400 6880900Z22   RPX4719G 12/13/1995 Yes 0180358A52
HVN9025H CD 95,95, 98, ME, NT, 2000 EX500/600 6881088C46 R06.01.00 RLN4809A 11/14/00 Yes JMKN4123
RVN4107B 3.5 DOS FORMSGEN 9100-11 6881063C60 R03.06.00   12/13/1995    
RVN4146C 3.5   FORTE Wireless CommPad 6802945C40 R02.02.09 RPX4719G 05/08/98    
RVN4114A 3.5   GLOBAL POSITIONING SYS. 6880310B77 R01.00.00 RPX4719G 12/14/1995 No RKN4021A
HVN8177F 3.5   GM / GR300 / GR500 / GR400 / M10 / 12 / 130 6880902Z36
6880902Z64
6880903Z28
6880903Z67
R05.00.00 RPX4719G 12/13/1995 Yes 3080070N01
RVN4159A 3.5   GP 60 SERIES 6881086C08 R04.00.00 RPX4719G 12/27/96 Yes PMLN4074A
RVN4152C 3.5 DOS GP350 AVS 6880904Z32 R1.20 RPX4719G 01/23/98    
RVN4152C 3.5 DOS GP350 AVS 6880904Z32 R08.02.00 RPX4719G 12/30/1997    
RVN4150H 3.5 DOS GTX 6802948C70 R04.00.01 RPX4719G 10/13/00 Yes HKN9857(Portable)
3080070N01(Mobile)
RVN4047A 3.5 DOS HT 10 6881061C95 R01.00.06 RPX4719G 12/14/1995 Yes RTK4208B
RVN4021C 3.5 DOS HT 50 6881056C20 R02.00.00 RPX4719G 12/13/1995 Yes RTK4208B
RVN4005H 3.5 DOS HT600 (not HT600E) 6881045C55 R03.01.01 RPX4719G 04/03/01 Yes RTK4205C
RVN4031C 3.5 DOS HT800 6881058C65 R04.05.00 RPX4719G 12/13/1995 Yes RTK4205C
HVN9025K CD 95, 98, ME, NT, 2000 HT CDM/MTX/ER SERIES   CPS R06.02.03
PASSPORT R03.00.04
RLN4809A 7/17/2002 Yes AARKN4083
AARKN4081 Ribless
AARKN4075 Ribless non-USA
RKN4074
RVN4098H 3.5 DOS HT1000 / JT1000 / VISAR CONV'L 6881073C55 R03.03.00 RPX4719G 05/01/98 Yes RKN4035B(HT1000)
3080371E46(JT, VISAR CONV'L)
RVN4151B 3.5 DOS HT1000 AVS 6881084C35 R1.0 RPX4719G 08/30/97    
HVN9025H CD 95,95, 98, ME, NT, 2000 HT750/HT1250 6881088C46 R06.01.00 RLN4809A 11/14/00 Yes RKN4074A
HVN9085B 3.5   i20R   R01.02.00 6880309G87 12/26/00 No HLN9359
PROG. STAND
HVN9084B 3.5   i750 6880904Z45 R01.00.08 6880309G87 11/12/1996 Yes HLN-9102A
RVN4174N CD 95, 98, ME, NT, 2000 iDEN SUPER AGENT   R01.13.00 RPX4719G 4/19/02    
RVN4130D 3.5   INFOTAC MESSNG'R EDITOR 6804018C75
6804018C60
  R01.02.04 02/15/96    
HVN6053D CD 95,95, 98, ME, NT, 2000 KARISMA (CT SERIES) N.A R02.01.03 RLN4995A 11/08/00 Yes AAPMKN4004
RVN4156N 3.5 DOS LCS/LTS 2000 6802946C20 R02.00.10 RPX4719G 8/24/2001 Yes HKN9857(Portable)
3080070N01(Mobile)
RVN4087A 3.5   LORAN C LOC. RECV'R. 6880103W13 R01.00.00 6880309G87 12/14/1995 No RKN4021A
RVN4135A 3.5 DOS M100/M200 (HVN9173) 6880900Z20   RPX4719G 09/22/94 Yes 3080070N01
RVN4135A 3.5 DOS M110 (HVN9646)     RPX4719G 09/22/94 Yes 3080070N01
RVN4135A 3.5 DOS M400 (HVN9774) 6880901Z68   RPX4719G 09/22/94 Yes 3080070N01
RVN4135A 3.5 DOS M100/M200, M110, M400, R100 includes HVN9173,9177,9646,9774 6880900Z20   RPX4719G 12/13/1995 Yes 3080070N01
RVN4023G 3.5 DOS MARATRAC 6880102W24 R05.00.00 RPX4719G 07/02/98 Yes 3080070N01
RVN4019K 3.5 DOS MAXTRAC CONVENTIONAL 6880900Z03 R07.02.00 RPX4719G 01/05/98 Yes 3080070N01
RVN4139C 3.5 DOS MAXTRAC LS 6881078C79 R03.00.00 RPX4719G 01/23/98 Yes 3080070N01
RVN4043S 3.5 DOS MAXTRAC TRK'D. 6880102W46 R05.07.03 RPX4719G 4/6/2000 Yes 3080070N01
RVN4178A CD   MC SERIES, MC2000/2500   R01.00.00 NONE 5/15/2001   DDN6124A (DB25)
DDN6367A (DB9)
VVN4190B 3.5   MCP GENERIC 6802903A48 R01.00.10 RPX4719G 02/06/96    
RVN4027B 3.5   MCR 100 6881125E60 R01.10.00 6880309G87 12/14/1995    
RVN4177G CD 95,95, 98, ME, NT, 2000 COMBINATION MCS/MTS   R01.05.14 RPX4719G 08/24/01    
RVN4177K
combination of RVN4175 AND RVN4176 containing RVN4175, RVN4113, RVN4176, RVN4097, important notice sheet, letter
2-CD
2-3.5
95, 98, ME, NT, 2000, DOS MCS / MTS 6881081C15
6881074C50
R01.08.00 RPX4719G 06/18/02    
RVN4175K contains: RVN4113 (DOS) important notice sheet, letter 1-CD 1-3.5 95, 98, ME, NT, 2000, DOS MCS 2000 6881081C15 R01.08.00 RPX4719G 6/18/2002   Rib to MIC connector RKN4062B
RVN4113K 3.5 DOS MCS2000 6881081C15 R05.05.00 NLA - SUBS TO RVN4175 Yes RKN4062(for PROG/CLONING)
RKN4063(for FLASH/TEST PROG)
RVN4011B 3.5 DOS MCX 1000 6802902A30 R02.02.00 RPX4719G 12/13/95 Yes 3000056M01
RVN4063A 3.5 DOS MCX 1000 MARINE 682990A02 R01.03.00 RPX4719G 12/14/1995 Yes 3000056M01
RVN4117C 3.5   MDC/RDLAP DEVICES 6804110L45 R03.04.00   12/29/1995    
RVN4312A 3.5   MICOM 2 6802942C80 V2.0 RPX4719G 05/16/97 No FLN2423
RVN4105A 3.5   MOBILE PROG. TOOL 6804006C40 R03.00.00   12/14/1995    
RVN4119C 3.5   MOBITEX DEVICES 6804016C65 R01.04.04   12/15/1995    
RVN4037A 3.5 DOS MOSTAR CONVENTIONAL 6880900Z57 - NLA -   Yes 3080367B90
RVN4059C 3.5 DOS MOSTAR/TRAXAR TRK'D. 6881125E51 R01.01.01 RPX4719G 12/13/1995 No 3080367B90 / DUPLEX ADAPTER 0180359A29
RVN4128A 3.5   MPT1327-1200 SERIES 6802058U46
6802058U99
R02.02.00 RPX4719G 12/14/1995 Yes SEE MANUAL
RVN4025A 3.5   MSF 5000/PURC/ANALOG 6881121E08 V01.00.00 RPX4719G 12/13/1995 Yes 0180355A30
RVN4077G 3.5   MSF5000/10000 FIELD PROG DIGITAL 6881125E68 R05.21.00 RPX4719G 12/13/1995 Yes 0180355A30
RVN4017K 3.5 DOS MT 1000 6881050C20 R03.02.00 RPX4719G 5/18/2001 Yes RTK4205C
RVN4148M 3.5   MTR 2000 6881096E15 R03.02.06 RPX4719G 02/20/01 Yes 3082056X02
RVN4140C 3.5   MTRI 2000 6880309F68 R01.02.00 RPX4719G 02/17/99 No  
RVN4176G CD 95,95, 98, ME, NT, 2000 MTS WINDOWS   R01.05.14 RPX4719G 08/24/01    
RVN4176K contains RVN4097 (DOS) important notice sheet, letter 1-CD 1-3.5 95, 98, ME, NT, 2000, DOS MTS2000, MT2000*, MTX8000, MTX9000 *programmed by DOS which isincluded in the RVN4176 6881074C50 R01.08.00 RPX4719G 6/18/2002    
RVN4097S 3.5 DOS MTSX/MT/MTS/MTX 6881074C50 R06.05.00 NLA - SUBS TO RVN4176 Yes RKN4035B
RVN4131C 3.5   MTVA CODE PLUG FIX INSTR SHEET   6880309G87 04/19/96    
RVN4131C 3.5   MTVA CODE PLUG FIX INSTR SHEET VER.1.02 6880309G87 4/9/1996    
RVN4142A 3.5   MTVA DOCTOR 6880309F67 R05.10.00 RPX4719G 12/14/1996 Yes 3080070N01
RVN4131C 3.5   MTVA3.EXE INSTR. SHEET VER.3.00 6880309G87 04/19/96    
RVN4013K 3.5 DOS MTX 800 & 800S 6881054C10 R05.00.00 RPX4719G 01/05/98 Yes RTK4205C
RVN4065H 3.5 DOS MTX 810 6881065C25 R03.00.00 RPX4719G 01/05/98 Yes RTK4205C
RVN4033J 3.5 DOS MTX 900 6881068C85 R04.00.00 RPX4719G 01/05/98 Yes RTK4205C
RVN4055H 3.5 DOS MTX 900S 6881065C55 R04.00.00 RPX4719G 01/05/98 Yes RTK4205C
RVN4097 replaced by RVN4176 1-CD DOS MTX8000/9000 MTS2000,MT2000*, MTX8000, programmed by DOS which is included in the RVN4176            
RVN4081F 3.5 DOS MTX820/820S/888/888S 6881068C55 R03.00.00 RPX4719G 01/05/98 Yes RTK4205C
HVN9067C CD 95, 98 MTX850/8250 MTX950,9250   R01.03.03 RLN4809A 12/21/2001    
RVN4138B 3.5 DOS MTX-LS 6881078C83 R02.00.00 RPX4719G 06/13/96 Yes RKN4035D
RVN4035B 3.5 DOS MX 1000 6802002F01 R02.03.00 6880309G87 12/13/1995 Yes RTK4203C
RVN4073B 3.5 DOS MX 800 6881064C90 R01.01.00 RPX4719G 12/13/1995 Yes RKN4006B
RVN4134B 3.5 DOS P100 (HVN9175) P200 LB (HVN9794) P50+ (HVN9395) P210 (HVN9763) P500 (HVN9941) PR3000 (HVN9586) 6880901Z52   RPX4719G 7/27/2001 Yes RTK4205
HVN9852J 3.5 DOS P110   R08.00.03 RPX4719G 4/30/96 Yes HKN9755A/REX1143
HVN9262E 3.5 DOS P200 UHF/VHF 6881059C40 R03.01.00 RPX4719G 07/26/01 Yes RTK4205
RVN4129A 3.5   PDT220 6804020C10
6804018C10
R01.00.00   12/13/95    
YVN4051C 3.5   PORTABLE REPEATER 6881075C70 R1.02.00 RPX4719G 5/21/1996   Portable repeater P1820 / P1821AX
RVN4061C 3.5 DOS PP 1000/500 6881125E52 R01.01.01 6880309G87 12/13/1995 No 3080385B23 &
5880385B30
RVN4134A 3.5 DOS PR3000 (HVN-9586) 6880901Z27   RPX4719G 09/22/94    
RVN5002AE 3.5   QUANTAR/QUANTRO RECV. 6881092E25,
6881083E35,
6881096E10
R12.02.00 RPX4719G 6/13/2002 No 3O80369E31
RVN4135A 3.5 DOS R100 (HVN9177) 6880900Z22   RPX4719G 09/22/94 Yes 0180358A52
RVN4135A 3.5 DOS RADIUS MOBILES KIT FOR M100/M200, M110, M400, R100 6880900Z20
6880901Z68
6880900Z22
  RPX4719G 09/22/94 Yes  
RVN4134A 3.5 DOS RADIUS PORTABLES KIT FOR P100, P500, P210, P200 LB, P50+, PR3000 6880901Z91
6880901Z55
6880901Z52
6880900Z56
6880901Z27
  RPX4719G 09/22/94 Yes HKN9755A
MDVN4747B 3.5   R-LINK DEVELOPMENT 6804026C35 R01.01.00   08/05/94    
RVN4146C 3.5   RPM500/660 6802945C40 R02.02.09 RPX4719G 4/30/1998    
RVN4002K 3.5 DOS SABER 6881062C95 R07.01.00 RPX4719G 12/13/95 Yes RTK4203C
RVN4131C 3.5   SETTLET.EXE INSTR. SHEET VER.5.10 6880309G87 4/9/1996    
HVN9007E 3.5   SM50 & SM120 6880903Z78 R05.00.00 RPX4719G 9/1/98 Yes  
RVN4039B 3.5 DOS SMART STATUS 6802976G45 R01.03.00 RPX4719G 12/13/95 Yes FKN5825A
HVN9054D 3.5 3.1, 95, 98 SOFTWARE P1225 6880904Z93 R03.2 RPX4719G 8/23/2000 Yes 3080070N01
HVN9001D 3.5 3.1, 95, 98 SOFTWARE 1225LS 6880906Z25 R2.0 RPX4719G 12/15/2000 Yes HLN9359A
HVN9012D 3.5   SP50 6880903Z25 R04.00.00 RPX4719G 9/2/1998    
RVN4001N 3.5 DOS SPECTRA 6880101W48 R06.00.05 RPX4719G 12/13/1995 Yes 3080369B73(standard)
0180300B10(high pwr)
RVN4099B 3.5 DOS SPECTRA RAILROAD 6802903A55 R04.05.01 RPX4719G 12/13/95 Yes 3080369B73
RVN4110A 3.5   STATION ACCESS MODULE 6880309E35 R01.01.00 RPX4719G 12/13/1995 No 3080369E31
RVN4049E 3.5 DOS STX 6881065C30 R03.01.00 6880309G87 12/13/1995 Yes 0180357A54
RVN4089A 3.5 DOS STX TRANSIT 6881069C55 R01.01.00 6880309G87 12/14/1995 Yes 0180357A54
RVN4007E 3.5 DOS SYNTOR X 9000 (control head) 6880309B25
6880309B26
CH-R07.11 RPX4719G 08/16/94 Yes 0180353A75
RVN4007E 3.5 DOS SYNTOR X 9000 (radio) 6880309B24
6880309B25
6880309B26
RD-R08.01 RPX4719G 12/13/1995 Yes 0180353A75
RVN4102A 3.5 DOS SYNTOR X 9000 DUAL 6807992D52 D07.03.SP01 RPX4719G 12/14/1995 Yes 0180353A75
RVN4069A 3.5 DOS SYNTOR X TRK'D. 6880310B42 R01.00.00 6880309G87 12/13/1995 Yes 0180353A75
RVN4009F 3.5 DOS SYSTEM 9000E 6880101W98 R04.10.04 RPX4719G 12/13/1995 Yes 0180353A75
RVN4051F 3.5 DOS SYSTEMS SABER 6881060C25 R04.00.00 6880309G87 12/13/1995 Yes RTK4203B
RVN4075D 3.5   T5600/T5620 SERIES 6802981G35 R04.00.02 RPX4719G 12/13/1995 No 3080385B23
HVN9060D CD   TC3000, TS3000, TR3000   R01.02.01.01 RLN4997A 3/20/2002    
HVN9060B CD   TELARIO TMT   R01.00.03.01 RLN4997A 08/11/00    
RVN4123G 3.5 DOS VISAR PRIVACY PLUS 6881073C90 R04.00.01 RPX4719G 01/31/97 Yes 3080371E46
RVN4333A 3.5   VRM 100 TOOLBOX 6802944C40 V3.70 RPX4719G 06/28/96   FKN4486A cable & adapter
RVN4133K 3.5   VRM 500/600/650 6802946C95 R03.01.03 RPX4719G 6/18/2002 No  
RVN4181E CD 98, ME, NT, 2000, XP XTS2500/5000 PORTABLES 6881095C44 R01.04.01 RPX4719G 7/26/2002   RKN4105A/RKN4106A
RVN4100 replaced by RVN4182 or RVN4183 2-3.5 DOS XTS3000 ASTRO PORTABLE/MOBILE            
RVN4100U 3.5 DOS XTS3000 6881074C70 R09.01.00 NLA - SUBS TO RVN4184 Yes RKN4035D
RVN4182E
contains: RVN4100, important notice sheet, letter
1-CD
2-3.5
98, ME, NT, 2000,
DOS
XTS3000 / SABER (PORT)   R01.04.00 RPX4719G 06/19/02 Yes RKN4046A
RVN4170D 3.5 DOS XTS3500 6881089C82 R02.00.03 RPX4719G 11/09/00 Yes RKN4035D
Forum: Rasberry Pi
 Topic: Raspberry Pi Doesn't Boot after Pulling SD card Out While Booting
Raspberry Pi Doesn't Boot after Pulling SD card Out While Booting [message #3236] Tue, 20 December 2016 01:42
kc2nda  is currently offline kc2nda
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Registered: December 2004
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I have pulled out the SD card of a Raspberry Pi quite often when it is booting. It is not something that is recommended. Most of the time it will boot again. But there is that occasion when the SD card will be marked as dirty and will not boot. Both the green and red LEDs will be on and the pi will not boot.

Turn off the Pi if it is not off already, take the card out and put it in another linux system. Make sure you unmount the SD card.

Issue the fdisk command to see what device the SD card is:
fdisk -l

You will probably see something like:
/dev/mmcblk0p1 ................. FAT32 (LBA) (This will be the boot device
/dev/mmcblk0p2 ................. Linux (data)

fsck /dev/mmcblk0p1
and
fsck /dev/mmcblk0p2

Take out the SD card when done and the Pi should boot again...
 Topic: TNC-PI or TNC-X Problems
TNC-PI or TNC-X Problems [message #3208] Fri, 19 February 2016 01:49
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Registered: December 2004
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A TNC-PI was purchased to create a packet communications server.

Purchased from here:
http://tnc-x.com/TNCPi.htm

This is a very nice circuit and does an excellent job. The instructions were very good and easy to follow. However the instructions on how to get it working and how to setup a radio and add all of the necessary next steps are not.

This first one took a few hours to put together. Testing it was the hard part. A Motorola radio was used to test the TNC. A serial to Motorola cable was constructed.

The Raspberry pi was setup and all of the necessary packages configured.

The TNC only transmitted once. From then on, there were problems.

Two other TNC-PI's kits were delivered for a local club to be assembled. Out of the two, one of these TNC-PI's actually worked. But not always. They were very sporadic.

After closer examination, the TNC-PIs were found to have poor through hole connections. You HAVE TO make sure that anything using a through hole was soldered on BOTH SIDES.

IMPORTANT!!! This will be repeated again: MAKE SURE BOTH SIDES OF ANY PARTS THAT CAN BE SOLDERED ON BOTH SIDES, ARE SOLDERED ON BOTH SIDES!

After close inspection, if the soldering iron is NOT left connected for a little longer than normal and the solder does NOT reach through to the other side and actually flow to the other side, this board will NOT function properly!

Please check the top of the board and look at all solder joints. Especially under the sockets for the IC's.

All three boards were inspected, re-soldered on both sides and they all worked perfect. KC2NDA
 Topic: Kernel Panic : VFS :Unable to mount root fs on unknown-block
Kernel Panic : VFS :Unable to mount root fs on unknown-block [message #3207] Sat, 06 February 2016 18:32
kc2nda  is currently offline kc2nda
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Kernel Panic : VFS :Unable to mount root fs on unknown-block

This will happen if your memory card is corrupt. It could be an issue if the PI has been shutdown improperly or if the card is going bad.

If you have data on the card, don't get too worried yet. Get another card and boot from the PI using another card. Once the filesystem is booted, find a USB card reader, put the bad card in the card reader and find out what the card name is: There are several ways to do this. A simple df will show you the OS that is booted and you should see the other card which would be something like sda1

run this command:

sudo fsck.ext4 -fy /dev/sda1

It should fix the card. Then it should boot. Most likely it will have to run through a lot of error checking and fsck should autorun. Be patient... Worked great for me for the FIRST time in a few years using the PI that this has happened..

Good Luck!
 Topic: Raspberry Pi Solar Heater Controller / Off Grid
Raspberry Pi Solar Heater Controller / Off Grid [message #3113] Thu, 25 June 2015 00:20
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This Raspberry Pi Solar Heater Controller project took quite some time to finish. The box design was built around a piece of solar glass that was meant for solar panels at one point. The glass is tempered and when breaks, will shatter into a million little pieces. (I broke only 2 so far, but enough to not want to break them again!)


Solar Can Box Heater Header to Hold Cans

Solar Can Heater Wooden Box

Yes, these are Coors Light beer cans.. and NO, I did not drink them. I did buy them for .05 a piece though from someone very nice enough to collect them for me! If this isn't REAL recycling.. Wink
Solar Beer Can Heater

Solar Can Box Heater

Solar Can Box Heater

4 Inch Holes were drilled into the house. One on the top for hot air out, and one for intake on the bottom. The cold air from the floor will be sucked in and heated through the tubes. Once the box reaches a certain temperature, the fan will turn on and force the hot air into the room. (Yes, the back of the house needs to be painted.. The ivy grows like mad, and when you pull it off, it takes the paint with it.)
Solar Can Heater on House

Solar Can Heater 12V Fan

The Raspberry Pi and the relay board and fan controller all were put on the right side of this box. Inside this box is a solar charge controller and breakers. The battery is a 12V marine.
Solar Battery Charger Off Grid Heater

The "1 Wire" DS18B20 temperature sensors Were hooked up to the GPIO pins in this fashion: DS18B20 Raspberry Pi Wiring

The brain of this whole system is powered by the Raspberry Pi. The system is using the PiFace for the relays and a Buck converter to convert the voltage from 12V to 5V. There is also a simple motor controller with a "manual" potentiometer for adjusting the fan speed. (The next enhancement to this will be an electronically controller fan speed module.. I was working on this but never finished.)
Solar Battery Charger Off Grid Heater

The Raspberry Pi is setup as a database/web server and it will take the temperature measurements of the inside and outside of the box and will insert them into a database. This way, at any given time (within 10 minute increments), we can see the status. The data can also be compared throughout the years. The Python scripts monitor the date/time and the temperatures to determine if the fan needs to be working or not. So far the system has been running for more than two years without any problems and OFF THE GRID! The average temperature stays at about 70 degrees in the room with no other heating needed. This can probably be tweaked a bit, but during negative degree weather outside, 70 degrees isn't bad!
If the fan isn't running, the box can reach temperatures of up to 160 degrees in the middle of winter!

Some future additions might be to add alarm indexes and a camera to take snapshots of specific events. These events can help to facilitate changes to efficiency.

So far this system has been running for over a year with no issues (10/26/2015)

[Updated on: Tue, 27 October 2015 00:36]

 Topic: GoodFET42 Firmware Programming with Raspberry Pi
GoodFET42 Firmware Programming with Raspberry Pi [message #3049] Thu, 27 November 2014 02:59
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I ordered my boards from Travis and they came in within a few days! Thanks Travis! The boards were very well made and worth every penny. Mounting the SMD chips wasn't too bad either. The first row I soldered on the main M430F2618 chip ended up with a couple of crossed pins because I moved the soldering iron in the wrong direction and it bent a pin.. (I don't have brain surgery hands anymore.. Wink These pins are generic IO pins and they weren't being used, so I just left them. I don't think anyone will notice except for me and even though it bothers me, it works fine and it isn't worth the time to try to separate them.

As for the programming of the firmware, this was a little tricky. At first I was using Windows with Cygwin and I had nothing but problems with the make install.

I wrote this post to help others who may have run into similar problems with their GoodFET programming.

I had my Raspberry Pi handy and decided to use this to do the firmware programming. Once hooked up, python-serial needed to be installed. (Python was already installed prior to this, if it isn't installed, it should be..)

#Make sure the GoodFET device is the correct device. You can find this by looking in /dev/ . You can do an ls on the /dev/ directory with it unplugged, then plugged in. Whatever shows up when plugged in should be what is used (ex: ttyUSB0)

export GOODFET=/dev/ttyUSB0
export board=goodfet42

sudo apt-get install binutils-msp430 gcc-msp430 msp430-libc mspdebug
sudo apt-get python-serial
mkdir ~/svn
cd ~/svn
git clone https://github.com/travisgoodspeed/goodfet goodfet
#This next line's lohoneyion has changed from the original documentation and the make is in this dir.
cd goodfet/firmware
#This next line shows another change. The .bsl file is in a different spot now also (under client dir).
../client/goodfet.bsl --speed=38400 -e -p goodfet.hex


Output should look something similar to this:

MSP430 Bootstrap Loader Version: 1.39-goodfet-8
Invoking BSL...
Transmit default password ...
Current bootstrap loader version: 2.13 (Device ID: f26f)
Checking for info flash... Saved!
Mass Erase...
Transmit default password ...
Invoking BSL...
Transmit default password ...
Current bootstrap loader version: 2.13 (Device ID: f26f)
Changing baudrate to 38400 ...
Program ...
25720 bytes programmed.

#Run a self-test (this takes a minute or more)
../client/goodfet.monitor test
Performing monitor self-test.
Self-test complete.



[Updated on: Thu, 27 November 2014 03:18]

Forum: Pagers
 Topic: Motorola Advisor II Model Numbers
Motorola Advisor II Model Numbers [message #3234] Tue, 15 November 2016 18:56
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Motorola Advisor II Model Numbers:

POCSAG

A03DTS5962BA - VHF Wideband (25KHz channel spacing)
A03DTS5963AA - VHF Narrowband (12.5KHz channel spacing)
A04DTS5962BA - UHF Wideband (25KHz channel spacing)
A04DTS5963AA - UHF Narrowband (12.5KHz channel spacing)
A05DTS5962AA - 900 MHz

A03DTS5962AA - VHF
A04DTS5962AA - UHF

FLEX

A03DXS5862AA - VHF
A05DXS5862AA - 900 MHz
 Topic: Cloning Flex pagers
Cloning Flex pagers [message #303] Thu, 21 October 2010 17:11
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Hi guys,

I have a lot of pagers. they are all on the same frequency. Years ago, it used to be cheaper to have them all on the group call than now. Now it costs even more to have them on group call than if they were all on separate phone numbers!

Would any of you know if there would be a way to have them all again on the same cap-code or clone them so that once I page one beeper, they would all ring?

Thanks
 Topic: Motorola Service Manuals
Motorola Service Manuals [message #213] Sat, 10 October 2009 22:01
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ORDER THESE FROM MOTOROLA, 1-800-422-4210
----------------------------------------------
Universal Programming Interface

Instruction Manual (w/schematics): 6881010B39

Bravo Plus
Theory/Maintenance: 6881012B35
Service Manual 33-37, 40-50 MHz: 6881012B15
Service Manual 138-174 MHz: 6881012B20
Service Manual, Synthesized RX 152-160: 6881012B80
Service Manaul 406-422, 435-512 MHz: 6881012B25
Service Manual 929-932 MHz: 6881012B30
Service Manual, Synthesized RX 929-932 MHz: 6881012B85

Scriptor LX2/Advisor Pro
Theory Maintenance Manual: 6881021B90
VHF Receiver Servicing Supplement: 6881103B36
Decoder Servicing Supplement: 6881104B25
Service Manual AARD RX kits, 132-174 MHz: 6881022B60

Advisor
Theory/Maintenance Manual: 6881011B75
Service Manual 138-174 MHz: 6881011B55
Decoder Servicing Supplement: 6881104B15
VHF HIGH-BAND PAGING RECEIVERS AARD4050A-D.....AARD4056A-D
Servicing Supplement: 6881103B02

Bravo Series Stand Alone Programmer
Instruction/Service Manual: 6881051C20

Bravo
Theory/Maintenance Manual, GSC: 6881046C40
Service Manual, GSC 138-174 MHz: 6881046C30
Theory/Maintenance Manual, POGSAG: 6881047C95
Service Manual, Low-band VHF: 6881047C70
Service Manual, High-band VHF: 6881047C75
Service Manual, UHF: 6881047C80
Service Manual, 900 MHz: 6881006B85

Keynote

Instruction/Service Manual, Tone and Voice, 138-174 MHz: 6881008B15

Wrist Watch Pager
Theory/Maintenance Manual: 6881011B15
Service Manual 138-174 MHz: 6881011B10
Programmer Instructions: 6881011B06
Operating Instructions: 6881011B05

BPR2000
Theory/Maintenance Manual: 6881033C65
Tone Alert/Silent Alert Service Manual, VHF: 6881032C55
Tone Alert/Silent Alert Service Manual, Low-band VHF: 6881032C75
Tone and Voice Service Manual, VHF: 6881032C50
Tone and Voice Service Manual, Low-band VHF: 6881032C60

Pageboy II
Theory/Maintenance Manual, 138-174 MHz: 6881000C90
Instruction Manual, 450-512 MHz: 6881009C60

Spirit
Instruction Manual 132-174 MHz: 6881014C20

 Topic: Paging Frequency Allocations
Paging Frequency Allocations [message #69] Sat, 01 July 2006 22:49
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List of Paging Frequencies:
===========================

The FCC has set aside several frequency bands that paging companies are able
to use. These bands are (in MHz):

35 - 36
43 - 44
138 - 159
454 - 460
929 - 932
959 - 960

 Topic: Bravo Plus Receiver Board Part Numbers and Frequencies
Bravo Plus Receiver Board Part Numbers and Frequencies [message #67] Sat, 01 July 2006 22:36
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-Bravo Plus-

Service Manual Numbers:
Theory/Maintenance: 6881012B35
Service Manual 138-174 MHz: 6881012B20
Service Manual, Synthesized RX 152-160: 6881012B80
Service Manual 406-422, 435-512 MHz: 6881012B25

Receiver Board Part Numbers
138 - 143 MHz - AARD4050A
138 - 143 MHz - NRD7211A,B
143 - 148.6 MHz - AARD4051A
143 - 148.6 MHz - NRD7212A,B
148.6 - 152 MHz - AARD4052A
148.6 - 152 MHz - NRD7213A,B
152 - 159 MHz - AARD4053A
- NRD4050G
NRD4053G
NRD4056G
NRE6552C
454 MHz - NRE6553C
NRF4121C
NRN6200A
NRN8550A
NRD7214B

--------------------------------------------------------

[Updated on: Sat, 01 July 2006 22:48]

 Topic: POCSAG Pager Protocol
POCSAG Pager Protocol [message #66] Sat, 01 July 2006 21:28
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The following summary describes the coding used on POCSAG pager
signals and may be of interest to those curious about what those ear-splitting
beeps and buzzes mean and how they encode data. This summary is
based on a very old text of the standard from my files; the current
text of the POCSAG standard is available as CCIR Radiopaging Format 1.

Note that some current POCSAG signals (so called Super-POCSAG)
transmit paging at 1200 or 2400 baud instead of the 512 baud I refer to
here, but use essentially a similar coding standard.

The interested USA reader is reminded that willfully intercepting
other than tone only paging is a violation of the ECPA with similar
penalties and criminal status to willfully intercepting cellular phone calls.

The interested reader is advised that at least two of Universal
Shortwave's RTTY reading devices (the M8000 and the new C-400) are
capable of reading at least the older 512 baud version of POCSAG paging,
so commercial devices for this purpose are currently being sold in
the USA.

And finally, much alphanumeric paging - particularly that installed
some time ago, uses a proprietary Motorola encoding format called
GOLAY which is quite different from POCSAG. The two can be told apart
by their baud rates - GOLAY is 600 baud.


POCSAG


First POCSAG stands for Post Office Code Standarization Advisory
Group. Post office in this context is the British Post Office
which used to be the supplier of all telecommunihoneyions services in
England before privatization.

POCSAG as defined in the standard, (original POCSAG) is 512 bits
per second direct FSK (not AFSK) of the carrier wave with +- 4.5 khz shift
(less deviation than that is used in some US systems). Data is
NRZ coded with the higher frequency representing 0 (space) and the
lower one representing 1 (mark).

The basic unit of data in a POCSAG message is the codeword which
is always a 32 bit long entity. The most significant bit of a codeword
is transmitted first followed immediately by the next most significant
bit and so forth. The data is NRZ, so that mark and space values (plus
and minus voltages) as sampled on the output of the receiver
discriminator at a 512 hz rate corrospond directly to bits in the
codeword starting with the MSB. (Note that the audio output circuitry
following the discriminator in a typical voice scanner may considerably
distort this square wave pattern of bits, so it is best to take the
signal directly off the discriminator before the audio filtering).

The first (msb) bit of every POCSAG codeword (bit 31) indihoneyes
whether the codeword is an address codeword (pager address) (bit 31 = 0)
or a message codeword (bit 31 = 1). The two codeword types have
have different internal structure.

Message codewords (bit 31 = 1) use the 20 bits starting at bit
30 (bit 30-11) as message data. Address codewords (bit 31 = 0) use 18
bits starting at bit 30 as address (bits 30-13) and bits 12 and 11 as
function bits which indihoneye the type and format of the page. Bits 10 through
1 of both types of codewords are the bits of a BCH (31,21) block ECC
code computed over the first 31 bits of the codeword, and bit 0
of both codeword types is an even parity bit.

The BCH ECC code used provides a 6 bit hamming distance between
all valid codewords in the possible set (that is every valid 32 bit
codeword differs from ever other one in at least 6 bits). This makes
one or two bit error correction of codewords possible, and provides
a robust error detection capability (very low chance of false pages).
The generating polynomial for the (31,21) BCH code is x**10 + x**9
+ x**8 + x**6 + x**5 + x**3 + 1.

Codewords are transmitted in groups of 16 (called batches), and
each batch is preceeded by a special 17th codeword which contains a
fixed frame synchronization pattern. At least as of the date of the
spec I have, this sync magic word was 0x7CD215D8.

Batches of codewords in a transmission are preceeded by a start
of transmission preamble of reversals (10101010101 pattern) which must
be at least 576 bits long. Thus a transmission (paging burst) consists
of carrier turnon during which it is modulated with 512 baud reversals
(the preamble pattern) followed by at least 576/512 seconds worth of
actual preamble, and then a sync codeword (0x7CD215D8), followed by 16
data/address codewords, another sync codeword, 16 more data/address
codewords and so forth until the traffic is completely transmitted. As
far I am aware there is no specified postamble. I beleive that all 16
of the last codewords of a transmission are always sent before the
carrier is shut off, and if there is no message to be sent in them the
idle codeword (0x7A89C197) is sent. Later versions of the standard may
have modified this however.

In order to save on battery power and not require that a pager
receive all the bits of an entire transmission (allowing the receiver
to be turned off most of the time, even when a message is being transmitted
on the channel) a convention for addressing has been incorperated which
splits the pager population into 8 groups. Members of each group
only pay attention to the two address code words following the synch
codeword of a block that corrospond to their group. This means that
as far as addressing is concerned, the 16 codewords in a batch are
divided into 8 frames of two codewords apiece and any given pager
pays attention only to the two in the frame to which it assigned.

A message to a pager consists of an address codeword in the
proper two codeword frame within the batch to match the recipients frame
assignment (based on the low three bits of the recipient's 21 bit
effective address), and between 0 and n of the immediately following
code words which contain the message text. A message is terminated by
either another address code word or an idle codeword. Idle codewords
have the special hex value of 0x7A89C197. A message with a long text
may potentially spill over between two or more 17 codeword batches.

Space in a batch between the end of a message in a transmission and
either the end of the batch or the start of the next message (which of
course can only start in the two correct two codeword frame assigned to
the recipient) is filled with idle codewords. A long message which
spills between two or more batches does not disrupt the batch structure
(sync codeword and 16 data/address code words - sync code word and
16 data/address codewords and so forth) so it is possible for a pager
not being addressed to predict when to next listen for its address and
only turn on it's receiver then.

The early standard text I have available to me specifies a 21 bit
address format for a pager (I beleive this has been extended since)
with the upper 18 bits of a pager's address mapping into bits
30-13 of the address codeword and the lower 3 bits specifiying which
codewords within a 17 codeword batch to look at for possible messages.
The address space is further subdivided into 4 different message classes
as specified by the function bits (bits 12 and 11 of a codeword). These
address classes corrospond to different message types (for example
bits 12 and 11 both zero indihoneye a numeric message encoded in 4 bit BCD,
whilst bits 12 and 11 both set to 1 indihoneye an alpha message encoded
in 7 bit ASCII). It was apparently envisioned that a given pager could
have different addresses for different message types.


There are two message coding formats defined for the text of messages,
BCD and 7 bit ASCII. BCD encoding packs 4 bit BCD symbols 5 to a codeword
into bits 30-11. The most significant nibble (bits 30,29,28,27) is the
leftmost (or most significant) of a BCD coded numeric datum. Values beyond 9
in each nibble (ie 0xA through 0xF) are encoded as follows:

0xA Reserved (probably used for something now - address extension ?)
0xB Character U (for urgency)
0xC " ", Space (blank)
0xD "-", Hyphen (or dash)
0xE ")", Left bracket
0xF "(", Right bracket

BCD messages are space padded with trailing 0xC's to fill the codeword.
As far as I know there is no POCSAG specified restriction on length but
particular pagers of course have a fixed number of characters in their
display.

Alphanumeric messages are encoded in 7 bit ASCII characters packed
into the 20 bit data area of a message codeword (bits 30-11). Since four
seven bit characters are 21 rather than 20 bits and the designers of the
standard did not want to waste transmission time, they chose to pack the
first 20 bits of an ASCII message into the first code word, the next
20 bits of a message into the next codeword and so forth. This means
that a 7 bit ASCII character of a message that falls on a boundary can
and will be split between two code words, and that the alignment of character
boundaries in a particular alpha message code word depends on which code
word it is of a message. Within a codeword 7 bit characters are packed
from left to right (MSB to LSB). The LSB of an ASCII character is sent
first (is the MSB in the codeword) as per standard ASCII transmission
conventions, so viewed as bits inside a codeword the characters are
bit reversed.

ASCII messages are terminated with ETX, or EOT (my documentation
on this is vague) and the remainder of the last message codeword is
padded to the right with zeros (which looks like some number of NULL
characters with the last one possibly partial (less than 7 bits)).

The documentation I have does not specify how long a ASCII
message may be, but I suspect that subsequent standards have probably
addressed the issue and perhaps defined a higher level message protocol
for partitioning messages into pieces. The POCSAG standard clearly
does seem to allow for the notion of encoding messages as mixed
strings of 7 bit alpha encoded text and 4 bit BCD numerics, and it
is at least possible that some pagers and paging systems use this
to reduce message transmission time (probably by using some character
other than ETX to delimit a partial ASCII message fragment).


Brett Miller N7OLQ

[Updated on: Sun, 02 July 2006 01:01]

 Topic: Phrack Magazine - The Wonderful World of Pagers
Phrack Magazine - The Wonderful World of Pagers [message #38] Sun, 22 January 2006 23:04
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==Phrack Magazine==

Volume Five, Issue Forty-Six, File 8 of 28

************************************************************ ****************


The Wonderful World of Pagers

by Erik Bloodaxe

Screaming through the electromagnet swamp we live in are hundreds of
thousands of messages of varying degrees of importance. Doctors,
police, corporate executives, housewives and drug dealers all find
themselves constantly trapped at the mercy of a teeny little box:
the pager.

Everyone has seen a pager; almost everyone has one. Over 20 million
pagers are on the streets in the US alone, sorting out their particular
chunk of the radio-spectrum. Another fifty-thousand more are
put into service each day.

But what the hell are these things really doing? What more can we
do with them than be reminded to call mom, or to "pick up dry-cleaning?"

Lots.


** PROTOCOLS **

Pagers today use a variety of signalling formats such as POCSAG, FLEX
and GOLAY. The most common by far is POCSAG (Post Office Standardization
Advisory Group), a standard set by the British Post Office and adopted
world-wide for paging.

POCSAG is transmitted at three transmission rates--512, 1200 and 2400 bps.
Most commercial paging companies today use at least 1200, although many
companies who own their own paging terminals for in-house use transmit
at 512. Nationwide carriers (SkyTel, PageNet, MobileComm, etc.) send
the majority of their traffic at 2400 to make the maximum use of
their bandwidth. In other words, the faster they can deliver pages,
the smaller their queue of outgoing pages is. Although these
carriers have upgraded their equipment in the field to broadcast at
2400 (or plan to do so in the near future), they still send out
some pages at 1200 and 512 to accommodate their customers with older
pagers. Most 512 and 1200 traffic on the nationwide services is
numeric or tone-only pages.

POCSAG messages are broadcast in batches. Each batch is comprised of 8
frames, and each frame contains two codewords separated by a
"synchronization" codeword. A message can have as many codewords
as needed to deliver the page and can stretch through several batches
if needed. The end of a complete message is indicated by a "next address"
codeword. Both addressing and user data are sent in the codewords, the
distinction being the least significant bit of the codeword:
0 for address data, and 1 for user-data.

Standard alphanumeric data is sent in a seven-bit format, with each codeword
containing 2 6/7 characters. A newer 8-bit alphanumeric format is
implemented by some carriers which allow users to send data such as
computer files, graphics in addition to regular alphanumeric messages.
The 8 bit format allows for 2.5 characters per codeword.

Numeric data is 4 bit, allowing up to 5 numbers to be transmitted per
codeword. Tone and voice pages contain address information only.

(NOTE: Pager data uses BCH 32,21 for encoding. I don't imagine
very many of you will be trying to decode pager data by building your
own decoders, but for those of you who may, take my interpretation
of POCSAG framing with a grain of salt, and try to dig up the
actual POCSAG specs.)

** THE PAGING RECEIVER **

Paging receivers come in hundreds of shapes and sizes, although the vast
majority are manufactured by Motorola. Numeric pagers comprise over
fifty percent all pagers in use. Alphanumeric comprises about thirty
percent, with tone and voice pagers making up the remainder.

Pagers are uniquely addressed by a capcode. The capcode is usually six
to eight digits in length, and will be printed somewhere on the pager
itself. Many pager companies bassign customers PIN numbers, which are
then cross-referenced to a given capcode in databases maintained by
the service provider. PIN numbers have no other relationship
to the capcode.

Tone pagers are by far the most limited paging devices in use.
When a specified number has been called, an address only message
is broadcast, which causes the intended receiver to beep. Wow.
Tone pagers usually have 4 capcodes, which can correspond to
different locations to call back. Voice pagers are similar, except
they allow the calling party to leave a 15 to 30 second message.
The voice message is broadcast immediately after the capcode of the
receiver, which unsquelches the device's audio.

Numeric pagers, although seemingly limited by their lack of display
options have proven otherwise by enterprising users. Most numeric
data sent is obviously related to phone numbers, but numerous users
have developed codes relating to various actions to be carried out
by the party being paged. The most prolific users of this have
been the Chinese who have one of the most active paging networks
in the world. I suppose the next biggest users of code-style numeric
paging would be drug dealers. (2112 0830 187 -- get to the fudgeing
drop site by 8:30 or I'll bust a cap in your bass!) Smile

Alphanumeric pagers are most often contacted through a dedicated
service that will manually enter in the message to be sent onto the
paging terminal. One such service, NDC, offers its phone-answering
and message typing services to various pager companies. Next time
you are talking to a pager operator, ask him or her if they are at
NDC. They probably are.

In addition to the capcode, pagers will have an FCC ID number, a serial
number, and most importantly, the frequency that the device has been
crystaled for imprinted on the back of the device. Although technology
exists that would allow pagers to listen on a number of frequencies
by synthesizing the frequency rather than using a crystal, pager
manufacturers stick to using crystals to "keep the unit cost down."

Pagers may have multiple capcodes by which they can be addressed by.
Multiple capcodes are most often used when a person has subscribed to
various services offered by their provider, or when the subscriber is
part of a group of individuals who will all need to receive the same
page simultaneously (police, EMTs, etc.).

Most low-cost pagers have their capcode stored on the circuit board
in a PAL. Most paging companies will completely exchange pagers
rather than remove and reprogram the PAL, so I don't think
it's worth it for any experimenter to attempt. However, like most
Motorola devices, many of their paging products can be reprogrammed
with a special serial cable and software. Reprogramming software
is usually limited to changing baud rates, and adding capcodes.

Additionally, some units can be reprogrammed over the air by the
service provider. Using a POCSAG feature known as OTP (over the air
programming) the service provider can instruct the paging receiver to
add capcodes, remove capcodes, or even shut itself down in the case
of non-payment.

** SERVICES **

With the growing popularity of alphanumeric pagers, many service providers
have decided to branch out into the information business. The most
common of these services is delivery of news headlines. Other services
include stock quotes, airline flight information, voice mail and
fax reception notification, and email. Of course, all of these services
are available for a small additional monthly premium.

Email is probably the single coolest thing to have sent to your
alpha pager. (Unless you subscribe to about a zillion mailing lists)
Companies like SkyTel and Radiomail give the user an email address
that automatically forwards to your paging device.
IE: PIN-NUMBER@skymail.com. Several packages exist for forwarding
email from a UNIX system by sending stripping down the email to
pertinent info such as FROM and SUBJECT lines, and executing a script
to send the incoming mail out via a pager terminal data port.
One such program is IXOBEEPER, which can be found with an archie
query.

Radiomail's founder, (and rather famous ex-hacker in his own right - go
look at ancient ComputerWorld headlines), Geoff Goodfellow had devised
such a method back in the late 70's. His program watched for incoming
email, parsed the mail headers, and redirected the FROM and SUBJECT
lines to his alphanumeric pager. Obviously, not many people had
alphanumeric pagers at all, much less email addresses on ARPANET
back in the 70's, so Geoff's email pager idea didn't see much
wide-spread use until much later.

Two RFC's have been issued recently regarding paging and the Internet.
RFC 1568, the Simple Network Paging Protocol, acts similarly to SMTP.
Upon connecting to the SNPP port the user issues commands such as:

PAGE followed by pager telephone number
MESS followed by the alpha or numeric message
SEND
& QUIT

RFC 1568 has met with some opposition in the IETF, who don't consider
it worthwhile to implement a new protocol to handle paging, since it
can be handled easily using other methods.

The other RFC, number 1569, suggests that paging be addressed in a rather
unique manner. Using the domain TPC.INT, which would be reserved for
services that necessitate the direct connection to The Phone Company,
individual pagers would be addressed by their individual phone numbers.
Usernames would be limited to pager-alpha or pager-numeric to represent
the type of pager being addressed. For example, an alpha-page being sent to
1-800-555-1212 would be sent as pager-alpha@2.1.2.1.5.5.5.0.0.8.1.tcp.int.

** PAGING TERMINAL DATA PORTS **

Many services offer modem connections to pager terminals so that
computer users can send pages from their desks using software packages
like WinBeep, Notify! or Messenger. All of these services connect to
the pager terminal and speak to it using a protocol known as
IXO.

Upon connection, a pager terminal identifies itself with the following:

ID=

(I bet you always wondered what the hell those systems were)
Paging terminals default to 300 E71, although many larger companies
now have dialups supporting up to 2400.

Many such systems allow you to manually enter in the appropriate information
by typing a capital "M" and a return at the ID= prompt. The system will then
prompt you for the PIN of the party you wish to page, followed by a prompt
for the message you wish to send, followed by a final prompt asking if you
wish to send more pages. Not every pager terminal will support a manual
entry, but most do.

All terminals support the IXO protocol. As there are far too many
site specific examples within the breadth of IXO, we will concentrate on
the most common type of pager services for our examples.

[ Sample IXO transaction of a program sending the message ABC to PIN 123
gleened from the IXOBeeper Docs ]

Pager Terminal YOU
------------------------------------------------------------ --

ID=
PG1
Processing - Please Wait


ACK
[p
123
ABC
17;

ACK

EOT


The checksum data came from:

STX 000 0010
1 011 0001
2 011 0010
3 001 0011
000 1101
A 100 0001
B 100 0010
C 100 0011
000 1101
ETX 000 0011
----------------
1 0111 1011
----------------
1 7 ; Get it? Get an ASCII chart and it will all make sense.


Note: Everything in the paging blocks, from STX to ETX inclusive are used
to generate the checksum. Also, this is binary data, guys...you can't
just type at the ID= prompt and expect to have it recognized as IXO.
It wants specific BITS. Got it? Just checking...


** PAGER FREQUENCIES - US **

[Frequencies transmitting pager information are extremely easy to
identify while scanning. They identify each batch transmission
with a two-tone signal, followed by bursts of data. People with
scanners may tune into some of the following frequencies to
familiarize themselves with this distinct audio.]

Voice Pager Ranges: 152.01 - 152.21
453.025 - 453.125
454.025 - 454.65
462.75 - 462.925

Other Paging Ranges: 35.02 - 35.68
43.20 - 43.68
152.51 - 152.84
157.77 - 158.07
158.49 - 158.64
459.025 - 459.625
929.0125 - 931.9875

** PAGER FREQUENCIES - WORLD **

Austria 162.050 - 162.075 T,N,A
Australia 148.100 - 166.540 T,N,A
411.500 - 511.500 T,N,A
Canada 929.025 - 931-975 T,N,A
138.025 - 173.975 T,N,A
406.025 - 511.975 T,N,A
China 152.000 - 172.575 N,A
Denmark 469.750 N,A
Finland 450.225 T,N,A
146.275 - 146.325 T,N,A
France 466.025 - 466.075 T,N,A
Germany 465.970 - 466.075 T,N,A
173.200 T,N,A
Hong Kong 172.525 N,A
280.0875 T,N,A
Indonesia 151.175 - 153.050 A
Ireland 153.000 - 153.825 T,N,A
Italy 466.075 T,N,A
161.175 T,N
Japan 278.1625 - 283.8875 T,N
Korea 146.320 - 173.320 T,N,A
Malaysia 152.175 - 172.525 N,A,V
931.9375 N,A
Netherlands 156.9865 - 164.350 T,N,A
New Zealand 157.925 - 158.050 T,N,A
Norway 148.050 - 169.850 T,N,A
Singapore 161.450 N,A
931.9375 N,A
Sweden 169.8 T,N,A
Switzerland 149.5 T,N,A
Taiwan 166.775 N,A
280.9375 N,A
Thailand 450.525 N,A
172.525 - 173.475 N,A
UK 138.150 - 153.275 T,N,A
454.675 - 466.075 T,N,A

T = Tone
N = Numeric
A = Alphanumeric
V = Voice


** INTERCEPTION AND THE LAW **

For many years the interception of pages was not considered an
invasion of privacy because of the limited information provided
by the tone-only pagers in use at the time. In fact, when
Congress pbassed the Electronic Communications Privacy Act in 1986
tone-only pagers were exempt from its provisions.

According to the ECPA, monitoring of all other types of paging signals,
including voice, is illegal. But, due to this same law, paging
transmissions are considered to have a reasonable expectation to
privacy, and Law Enforcement officials must obtain a proper court
order to intercept them, or have the consent of the subscriber.

To intercept pages, many LE-types will obtain beepers programmed with
the same capcode as their suspect. To do this, they must contact
the paging company and obtain the capcode bassociated with the person
or phone number they are interested in. However, even enlisting
the bassistance of the paging companies often requires following
proper legal procedures (warrants, subpoenas, etc.).

More sophisticated pager-interception devices are sold by a variety
of companies. SWS Security sells a device called the "Beeper Buster"
for about $4000.00. This particular device is scheduled as
a Title III device, so any possession of it by someone outside
a law enforcement agency is a federal crime. Greyson Electronics
sells a package called PageTracker that uses an ICOM R7100
in conjunction with a personal computer to track and decode pager
messages. (Greyson also sells a similar package to decode
AMPS cellular messages from forward and reverse channels called
"CellScope.")

For the average hacker-type, the most realistic and affordable option
is the Universal M-400 decoder. This box is about 400 bucks and
will decode POCSAG at 512 and 1200, as well as GOLAY (although I've never
seen a paging service using GOLAY.) It also decodes CTCSS, DCS, DTMF,
Baudot, ASCII, SITOR A & B, FEC-A, SWED-ARQ, ACARS, and FAX. It
takes audio input from any scanners external speaker jack, and
is probably the best decoder available to the Hacker/HAM for the price.

Output from the M400 shows the capcode followed by T, N or A (tone, numeric
or alpha) ending with the message sent. Universal suggests hooking
the input to the decoder directly to the scanner before any de-emphasis
circuitry, to obtain the true signal. (Many scanners alter the audio
before output for several reasons that aren't really relevant to this
article...they just do. Smile )

Obviously, even by viewing the pager data as it streams by is of little
use to anyone without knowing to whom the pager belongs to. Law Enforcement
can get a subpoena and obtain the information easily, but anyone else
is stuck trying to social engineer the paging company. One other alternative
works quite well when you already know the individuals pager number,
and need to obtain the capcode (for whatever reason).

Pager companies will buy large blocks in an exchange for their customers.
It is extremely easy to discover the paging company from the phone number
that corresponds to the target pager either through the RBOC or by paging
someone and asking them who their provider is when they return your call.
Once the company is known, the frequencies allocated to that company
are registered with the FCC and are public information. Many CD-ROMs
are available with the entire FCC Master Frequency Database.
(Percon sells one for 99 bucks that covers the whole country -
716-386-6015) Libraries and the FCC itself will also have this information
available.

With the frequency set and a decoder running, send a page that will be
incredibly easy to discern from the tidal wave of pages spewing
forth on the frequency. (6666666666, THIS IS YOUR TEST PAGE, etc...)
It will eventually scroll by, and presto! How many important people
love to give you their pager number?

** THE FUTURE **

With the advent of new technologies pagers will become even more
present in both our businesses and private lives. Notebook computers
and PDAs with PCMCIA slots can make use of the new PCMCIA pager cards.
Some of these cards have actual screens that allow for use without the
computer, but most require a program to pull message data out. These
cards also have somewhat large storage capacity, so the length of
messages have the option of being fairly large, should the service
provider allow them to be.

With the advent of 8-bit alphanumeric services, users with PCMCIA pagers
can expect to receive usable computer data such as spreadsheet
entries, word processing documents, and of course, GIFs. (Hey, porno
entrepreneurs: beeper-porn! Every day, you get a new gif sent to your
pagecard! Woo Woo. Sad thing is, it would probably sell.)

A branch of Motorola known as EMBARC (Electronic Mail Broadcast to A
Roaming Computer) was one of the first to allow for such broadcasts.
EMBARC makes use of a proprietary Motorola protocol, rather than
POCSAG, so subscribers must make use of either a Motorola NewsStream
pager (with nifty serial cable) or a newer PCMCIA pager. Messages are
sent to (and received by) the user through the use of special client
software.

The software dials into the EMBARC message switch accessed through
AT&T's ACCUNET packet-switched network. The device itself is used
for authentication (most likely its capcode or serial number)
and some oddball protocol is spoken to communicate with the switch.

Once connected, users have the option of sending a page out, or
retrieving pages either too large for the memory of the pager, or
from a list of all messages sent in the last 24 hours, in case the
subscriber had his pager turned off.

Additionally, the devices can be addressed directly via x.400
addresses. (X.400: The CCITT standard that covers email address
far too long to be worth sending anyone mail to.) So essentially,
any EMBARC customer can be contacted from the Internet.

MTEL, the parent company of the huge paging service SkyTel, is
implementing what may be the next generation of paging technologies.
This service, NWN, being administrated by MTEL subsidiary Destineer,
is most often called 2-way paging, but is more accurately Narrowband-PCS.

The network allows for the "pager" to be a transceiver. When a page
arrives, the device receiving the page will automatically send back
an acknowledgment of its completed reception. Devices may also
send back some kind of "canned response" the user programs. An example
might be: "Thanks, I got it!" or "Why on Earth are you eating up my
allocated pages for the month with this crap?"

MTEL's service was awarded a Pioneers Preference by the FCC, which gave them
access to the narrowband PCS spectrum before the auctions. This is a big
deal, and did not go unnoticed by Microsoft. They dumped cash into the
network, and said the devices will be supported by Chicago. (Yeah,
along with every other device on the planet, right? Plug and Pray!)

The network will be layed out almost identically to MTEL's existing paging
network, using dedicated lines to connect towers in an area to a central
satellite up/downlink. One key difference will be the addition of
highly somewhat sensitive receivers on the network, to pick up the ACKs
and replies of the customer units, which will probably broadcast at
about 2 or 3 watts. The most exciting difference will be the
speed at which the network transmits data: 24,000 Kbps. Twenty-four
thousand. (I couldn't believe it either. Not only can you get your
GIFs sent to your pager, but you get them blinding FAST!) The actual
units themselves will most likely look like existing alphanumeric pagers
with possibly a few more buttons, and of course, PCMCIA units will
be available to integrate with computer applications.

Beyond these advancements, other types of services plan on offering
paging like features. CDPD, TDMA & CDMA Digital Cellular and ESMR
all plan on providing a "pager-like" option for their customers.
The mere fact that you can walk into a K-Mart and buy a pager
off a rack would indicate to me that pagers are far to ingrained into
our society, and represent a wireless technology that doesn't scare
or confuse the yokels. Such a technology doesn't ever really go away.


** BIBLIOGRAPHY **

Kneitel, Tom, "The Secret Life of Beepers," _Popular Communications_,
p. 8, July, 1994.

O'Brien, Michael, "Beep! Beep! Beep!," _Sun Expert_, p. 17, March, 1994.

O'Malley, Chris, "Pagers Grow Up," _Mobile Office_, p. 48, August, 1994.


[Updated on: Sun, 22 January 2006 23:07]

 Topic: POCSAG Encoding
POCSAG Encoding [message #37] Sun, 22 January 2006 22:59
root  is currently offline root
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Hi,

You do not have a problem let me explain how POCSAG is encoded so that you
can understand why you are getting these results................

00000000000000000011101101001001 Cap Code 8 seen as 32 bits- Alphanumeric

In the example above the MSB is the bit on the left and is called bit 32.
bit 32 is a zero if the codeword is a cap code and a 1 if it is data.
bit 31 to bit 14 is where the Capcode is placed, the lower 3 bits of the
capcode are discarded and not sent (I will explain why in a moment)
bits 13 and 12 are the function bits setting the page as
Alphanumeric/Numeric/Tone one/Tone two.
bits 11 to 2 are a CRC (Cyclic Redundency Checksum) this can be used to
correct up to 2 bit errors in the sent data. (This is a huge subject in its
own right)
bit 1 is an even parity bit.... if all the bits that are a 1 in the codeword
add up to an uneven number then this bit is set to one, if not then its set
to zero.

POCSAG data is sent as 32 bit codewords and after 16 codewords have been
sent then a syncronization codeword is sent and then another 16 codewords
and then another syncronization codeword and so on and so on.
Each 16 codewords is called a FRAME.
The Frame is further split into double codewords, that gives us a total of 8
pairs of codewords....... now if you remember we dropped the last 3 bits of
the CAP code..... 3 bits gives us a number from 0 to 7...... 0 to 7 is eight
numbers.
Because we dropped these 3 bits it means that pager 7 wil have the same
codeword value as pager 0 and pager 1 and pager 2 etc etc.
So in order to make sure that each pager only gets the pages its meant to
get what we do is to send pager zero's capcode and message in the first
double pair after a syncronization codeword and pager one's capcode and
message in the second double pair after a syncronization codeword...... etc
etc.

So to recap.........
If you enter the Cap code 8, then the first thing my PE software does is to
convert it to 1....... If you enter a Cap code of 9 then that is also
converted to 1....... infact all capcodes from 8 to 16 are all converted
into 1...... but when they are transmitted they are sent at different points
in time.... the point in time that a page is sent decides its value for the
lower 3 bits that we discarded.
So Cap Codes 0 to 7 have a POCSAG codeword of 0
So Cap Codes 8 to 15 have a POCSAG codeword of 1
So Cap Codes 16 to 24 have a POCSAG codeword of 2
And so on..........
There are over 2 million different Cap codes but only just over 250 thousand
Cap Code codewords transmitted.

So what you are experiencing is exactly what is supposed to happen with
POCSAG data.

I hope this helps,

All the best
Clive Cooper.
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Forum: Arduino
 Topic: NodeMCU ESP8266 How To on Arduino IDE
NodeMCU ESP8266 How To on Arduino IDE [message #3233] Sat, 05 November 2016 11:28
root  is currently offline root
Messages: 206
Registered: December 2004
Senior Member
1. Install the latest Arduino IDE.
https://www.arduino.cc

2. Open IDE, Files - > Preferences
In additional Boards Manager URL's put in:

http://arduino.esp8266.com/stable/package_esp8266com_index.j son
Click OK.

3. Then, Tools -> Board -> Board Manager an click on esp8266 by ESP8266 Community to install. IDE will install support. (It might take a few minutes, so be patient.)

4. Go to the device manager (Windows) and check to see what the COM port number is of the device. Under ports, you should see something like "USB-SERIAL CH340 (COM27)"

5. Select this Port number in the Arduino IDE -> Tools -> Port

6. The Board selected Tools -> Board should be "NodeMCU 1.0 ESP-12E Module"

[Updated on: Sat, 05 November 2016 18:30]

 Topic: Arduino UNO Serial Port Problems
Arduino UNO Serial Port Problems [message #3229] Wed, 13 July 2016 19:28
kc2nda  is currently offline kc2nda
Messages: 40
Registered: December 2004
Location: New Paltz
Member
If you want to use a serial device with the Arduino UNO, you have to make sure that you know that the serial lines RX/TX pins 0/1 respectively are tied to the USB. This means if you want to use a serial device on these pins, you must remove the RX pin in order to upload the sketch to the Arduino. If the pin is not removed, there will be an error message on uploading the sketch.

Once the sketch has been compiled and uploaded, you can put the RX pin back on. You cannot debug and use the serial port at the same time unless your device doesn't care that you are sending debug data to it.

If you want a good board to be able to debug and use a serial device at the same time use a Leonardo.
 Topic: How to Use Arduino CH340G / CH341G Serial/USB Chip
How to Use Arduino CH340G / CH341G Serial/USB Chip [message #3217] Sun, 17 April 2016 21:28
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Messages: 206
Registered: December 2004
Senior Member
How to Use Arduino CH340G / CH341G Serial/USB Chip

What are the CH340G/CH341G chips?

Recent versions of cheap Chinese clones of Arduino boards have been coming with a different USB/Serial chip, which replaces the usual FTDI chip. Licensing costs of FTDI make it prohibitive to companies selling boards for as little as $3, so it is assumed this is the main reason.

Below you'll find links to drivers for Windows to make these work.

Windows:

2011 Driver version 3.3.2011.11 for Windows 7
2014 Driver version 3.4.2014.8 for Windows 8+

 Topic: Arduino RS-232 to RS-485 Converter
Arduino RS-232 to RS-485 Converter [message #3033] Mon, 28 April 2014 22:51
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Messages: 206
Registered: December 2004
Senior Member
If you have one of these RS-232 to RS-485 converters (probably bought from E-BAY):
 Arduino rs-485 to rs-232 Converter

You will probably get a description like this:

* It is able to convert RS-232 signal to RS-485 balanced differential signal and extend the communihoneyion distance to 1.2km.
* It uses a particular pump to gain power from RS-232 signal (RTS, DTR, TXD) without initializing the RS-232 series interface.
* This interface converter does this without requiring any AC or DC power.

You will have problems with this converter from the arduino unless you read the spec sheet. Unfortunately the sellers will probably not give you the schematic or tell you how the circuit works.

I used this converter along with an arduino using the TX and RX TTL output to a MAX232 circuit, then this plugged directly into the RS-232 to RS-485 converter which in turn was connected to the power meter.

The response from the arduino was perfect. Not problems. But the power meter was not receiving the correct data.

The problem that the sellers don't tell you very clearly is what is needed to power the converter.

The trick here is to read this sentence a few times to understand it: "It uses a particular pump to gain power from RS-232 signal (RTS, DTR, TXD) without initializing the RS-232 series interface." So in order to get this RS-232 to RS-485 converter to work, you will need to hook the RS-232 serial port's DTR and RTS pins to the 5V Pin on the arduino (or another source if you have it), pin 5 of the serial port to Ground on Arduino, and the TX and RX from the Arduino to the corresponding pins 2 and 3 on the RS-232 port.

Pin 4 (DTR) - Jumper these two pins and hook to 5V from arduino
Pin 7 (RTS)

Once this is done, the RS-485 device will have enough power to send the correct data through.

*You could get around all of this by just purchasing a RS-485 plug in module for the arduino. It will save you a lot of time since these modules will convert the data for you without having to go to a TTL to RS-232 conversion, then to RS-485.
 Arduino rs-485 Converter Module

[Updated on: Tue, 13 May 2014 02:16]

Forum: Technical Discussion
 Topic: Baofeng DM-5R Teardown Circuit Board
Baofeng DM-5R Teardown Circuit Board [message #3232] Mon, 17 October 2016 23:59
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Messages: 40
Registered: December 2004
Location: New Paltz
Member
K2GOG was kind enough to teardown the Baofeng DM-5R.

Here is a great picture of the circuit board of the DM-5R:

http://www.hamradio.cc/images/forum/repairs/baofeng_dmr-5r_circuit_top.jpg

 Topic: sudden decrease in mic audio Icom IC_2200H
sudden decrease in mic audio Icom IC_2200H [message #342] Wed, 06 April 2011 23:41
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Messages: 1
Registered: April 2011
Junior Member
I have a rarely used Icom IC-220H that used to have very nice transmit audio.

Yesterday I transmitted and everyone said that it had low audio, and a little bit of a muffled sound. I pulled it from the car, and tested it on the bench. I get full power out, and all functions (as far as the usual menu items) work fine. It is set to the wide (W) setting, which is where I have always had it (it is really low, now, on the N setting).

There is now doubt that the audio is not what it used to be in amplitude or quality. My HT sounds much, much better, if that gives you any idea. Besides the loss of amplitude, there is a loss of bass, and perhaps a little muffle sound. It is hard to describe. I went ahead and drilled a bigger hole in the mic for the element to have a chance to get more from my voice, and that does not help at all, as I expected since it was working fine before.

A visual inspection inside the control head and the body of the rig showed nothing out of the ordinary.

I will say that the Jeep that this rig was in made a moderate amount of alternator whine. Maybe there are spikes on the 12 volts that zapped something?


Any ideas?

steve
w3rx
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 Topic: ADI AT600 Radios - HELP
ADI AT600 Radios - HELP [message #210] Sun, 27 September 2009 15:34
RBoyette  is currently offline RBoyette
Messages: 2
Registered: September 2009
Location: Ft Myers, FL
Junior Member
I have several AT600 ADI radios from when I did search and rescue work. I pulled these radios out and they still work but I need new batteries. Where do I get them? How about a manual or anyone who knows how to program them? Any help is appreciated.


RBoyette
 Topic: alinco dj-v5
alinco dj-v5 [message #202] Thu, 10 September 2009 16:23
garster  is currently offline garster
Messages: 1
Registered: September 2009
Location: ontario canada
Junior Member
i have an alinco dj-v5 and just recently i have noticed when i tried to charge the battery and try to turn on the radio it is not getting any power can someone please help me.
 Topic: Anyone repair cracked case's on a VX-170?
Anyone repair cracked case's on a VX-170? [message #199] Sat, 13 June 2009 17:54
Beltgunner  is currently offline Beltgunner
Messages: 1
Registered: June 2009
Location: S.E. Ohio
Junior Member
I recently discovered my VX-170 has a crack running from the Antenna mount to the Battery compartment.I use this Radio doing relief work in hurricane zones so the waterproof feature is kinda important.Im not sure how much it would cost to get repaired considering I can get another Brand new Radio for $100 bucks on ebay so I'm not sure its worth messing with..Anyone have any Idea's?
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