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 on: May 19, 2019, 03:41:53 PM 
Started by irfan khan - Last post by irfan khan
My dm4601 is not detected by pc when programming cable is connected and gives single busy tone when powered on plz help me to kill this problem.

 on: May 17, 2019, 07:48:58 PM 
Started by emsgeorge - Last post by emsgeorge
we are finally getting rid of our dr3000's - I have got 2, uhf, one low power (1-25w) and a high power (25-50w) version.

Both have duplexers with them and also are loaded with cap plus keys as they were used in a temp cap plus system.

Looking for about 900 each.

 on: May 10, 2019, 01:08:48 PM 
Started by mmjc23 - Last post by mmjc23
I have to develop a custom Vb.Net dispatcher connected to a control station using a USB cable.
So I started developing the Presence Notifier service and now I correctly receive (port 4005) ARS registrations/deregistrations from remote radios.
Now I have to develop the Location service (port 4001) and then I read the "Motorola Binary XML Encoding Specification" and "Location Request and Response Protocol Specification" documents.

But I don't understand how to implement the MBXML protocol in my application...it's all very confusing.

When I get the data from the radio ... am I sure to find the whole mbxml document in the radio's UDP buffer or could it be split into multiple buffers?
Could it happen that in the same udp radio buffer there are more concatenated mbxml documents?

Should I define a list of variables / structures that reproduce the structure of the XML and deserialize the data received in my structures?
Or do I have to cycle, one by one, over all the bytes received looking for the token elements (see code below)?

       'Get data from port 4001
        Dim buffer() As Byte = UDPLocation.EndReceive(ar, EndPoint)

        Dim Message As String
        While buffer.Length > 0
            'Document Identifier
            Select Case buffer(0)
                Case &H07
                    'Immediate Location Report
                    Message = "Immediate Location Report"
            End Select
            'Length in Byte 1
            Dim l As Integer = CInt(buffer(1)) + 2
            'New array with entire mbxml document
            Dim Data(l - 1) As Byte
            Array.Copy(buffer, 0, Data, 0, l)
            'Delete from buffer mbxml document
            Array.Copy(buffer, l, buffer, 0, buffer.Length - l)
            ReDim Preserve buffer(buffer.Length - l - 1)
            'cursor to cycle inside the byte array Data
            Dim i As Integer = 2
            'Cycle until the array is empty
            While i < UBound(Data)
                'looking for token
                Select Case Data(i)
                    Case &H22
                        'request-id token: length in the next byte
                        l = CInt(Data(i + 1))
                        Message &= " - request-id: " & CInt("&H" & BitConverter.ToString(Data, i + 2, l).Replace("-", "")).ToString
                        i = i + 2 + l

                    Case Else
                        'Error; invalid token
                        Message = "ERRORE: BYTE " & i.ToString & " del pacchetto " & BitConverter.ToString(Data, 0, Data.Length) & " invalid token"
                        Exit While
                End Select
            End While
            'Print the results
            If Not Message Is Nothing Then RaiseEvent ShowMessage(Format(Date.Now, "dd/MM/yyyy HH:mm:ss") & " - " & EndPoint.Address.ToString & " - " & Message)
        End While

Thank you in advance

 on: May 07, 2019, 10:45:42 AM 
Started by tantal - Last post by Andreas GH
1. No


 on: May 06, 2019, 07:06:55 PM 
Started by tantal - Last post by tantal
Hello All,

I want to ask you some question about motorola gp640 radio:

1. Is there some hardware differences between gp340 and gp640?

2. Can I change FW and codeplug in gp640 to become gp340 conv.radio?

Thanks and Best Regards!

 on: April 25, 2019, 06:15:19 AM 
Started by SailorMan - Last post by Andreas GH
This means, 9 channels are programmed.

 on: April 23, 2019, 06:45:05 PM 
Started by SailorMan - Last post by SailorMan
Hi Andreas,

Thanks for replying

I figured out that the simple and unfortunate issue was that the connection for the cable on the radios, were simply too damaged to communicate with the PC.

I managed to get one radio going. There's another minor issue now though.

It makes a continuous beep when you choose ch. 10 or above.

Would you happen to know, if the radio is capable of utilizing those channels?
I don't really need them - just curios.

 on: April 23, 2019, 11:14:42 AM 
Started by SailorMan - Last post by Andreas GH
First check the regionalcode with the Waris Lab Upgradetool.
The Professional Radio CPS-R06.12.05-LA is the right cps for your radio!
If you still have problems,you should use a RIB with a proper programming cable or rum it on a Win 7/XP PC with 32 Bit.


 on: April 21, 2019, 12:03:07 PM 
Started by SailorMan - Last post by SailorMan
Hi there!

I'm trying to program a couple of PRO 5150 radios - I belive they were purchased in Brazil.

Im using a ribless cable with a VGA adapter - marked RKN4075C

I've tried using the Motorola Business Radio Programming Software V 06.00 with the region hack.
When I try to read the radio I get the following error:

"Communication Error for RM and RMM Series Radio, please toggle the USB cable to ANALOG (CPS) mode.
For DLR Series radio, please toggle the USB cable to DIGITAL (Flash) mode.

Going through the list of radios in the software, I don't see the PRO5150, even tough this version is what I've found mentioned
in most forums?

I also tried using Professional Radio CPS-R06.12.05-LA, which gives me this error:

"Couldn't open port. Check whether Device/RIB are powered on or not, and the Device to RIB, and the RIB to PC connection is ok".

I tried connecting a GP340 radio. It gave the same error in Motorola Business Radio Programming Software V 06.00.

Using Professional Radio CPS-R06.12.05-LA with the GP340 radio it gives the following error:

"Unsupported model".

Because one program is able to reject the GP340 radio, I believe it's safe to say, that the connection is ok.

Any ideas, comments or suggestions are very welcome!

Best regards,

 on: April 15, 2019, 02:51:25 PM 
Started by ferrettman48 - Last post by ferrettman48
Hi All I have a similar problem here in the UK. bought from ebay and is silent key sale. If anyone has a codeplug for a DP4401 EX I would be very greatful.73 GI8YYM

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