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 on: March 06, 2019, 02:27:18 PM 
Started by Spacealien - Last post by Spacealien
Good afternoon folks. I'm searching fruitlessly for a couple of 13 pin accessory connectors for GP340, in the UK. I'm having trouble finding such a thing, except from sellers wanting silly money for them. Anyone know of a source please?

Thanks - John.

 2 
 on: March 03, 2019, 05:57:09 PM 
Started by James Watson - Last post by ELT
The XTNid is a licence free 446 MHz radio and cannot be programmed to the licences bands that your shop watch uses I am afraid

 3 
 on: March 03, 2019, 02:32:24 PM 
Started by James Watson - Last post by James Watson
I have a set of Motorola TNid and wonít to use them for shop watch.
The Shop Watch in my area is on Frequency 453.9625 460.4625
Dose any one know is I can get this frequency on my XTNiD ?
And how do I tune in to it ? I scan the channels but canít hear the Shop Watch ? Any advice

 4 
 on: March 02, 2019, 11:20:05 AM 
Started by smith8867 - Last post by smith8867
We currently have 7 CP040's however have just purchased 2 more to add to the pack. However, they need programmed to the correct frequencies of the existing set.

I bought the Motorola CPS 5.1.6 and installed it on a Windows Vista Virtual Machine.

I also purchased a programming cable, USB -> Microphone Pin is the adapter. I also installed all the relevent drivers and ports for this cable.

The software opens successfully on the VM, and the radios all are in perfect order. However, the VM does't seem to read the radio data.

I'm new to programming radios so any help would be appreciated. Thanks!

 5 
 on: February 04, 2019, 09:16:22 PM 
Started by g1ivg - Last post by zenbaki
Hello Colin,

I know that this is an old entry, but since it is the same fault and I have not found information about it, I consult you if you have managed to solve the problem.

I bring my experience:
As you read on page 3 of https://www.zenbakaitz.com/GM950_UG_EN.pdf, I understand that the failure is due to the hardware:
Audio Signals

H / W error - Button press
not accepted, tone
continue until valid
operation.


I have:
* Disconnected the RF exciter and amplifier stages
* Disconnected the temperature sensor of the RF amplifier stage, the NTC R3611 (THERM 100K @ 25C)
* Changed the voltage regulator U0601 (IC 9.3V REG 2941)
* Changed the head of the radio
* Made many changes in its programming (frequencies, powers, etc.)

I would try to update the firmware, but I have not found enough information to do it. Here it says that it is possible to do it:
http://agh-technik.orgfree.com/motofunk.html#GM950

I only conclude that the fault is located on the main board of the radio, but I do not know if it is hardware or software still.
It could also be a damaged internal track, since it is a multilayer plate.

A cordial greeting.
Josť Luis
LU6ENY

 6 
 on: December 18, 2018, 02:49:32 PM 
Started by R40COM - Last post by R40COM
Now sorted Thank You

 7 
 on: December 14, 2018, 07:28:55 PM 
Started by R40COM - Last post by R40COM
Hi,
Trying to programme an Atex DP4401 with Mandown facility, can get the time down sequences plus audible warning, but radio wonít seem to go into tx . All thatís required is some kind of audible signal to notify
All other users on channel  of the Mandown status. Any help would be much appreciated.
Regards

 8 
 on: December 10, 2018, 11:39:48 AM 
Started by will.a - Last post by Bomber-Stu
Ahh! Missed that post regarding encryption, sorry...

Anyway, thanks and I will investigate recovery (and encryption) when I get a few mins...

The radios were being used by our company employees at the location, so we (they) are the customer. We did ask around but as the Project has finished all the techie team have left for pastures new...

Regards.

Stu.

 9 
 on: December 10, 2018, 10:21:58 AM 
Started by will.a - Last post by emsgeorge
As the posts above, the comms are now encrypted. Just do a recovery on it to get it to be able to be programed by yourselves.

As an aside, surely you should return the extra back to the customer, saying 'sorry mate not ours', you know, 'honesty and integrity'.

 10 
 on: December 05, 2018, 06:24:38 PM 
Started by will.a - Last post by Bomber-Stu
Hello Guys,

wonder if you can help, we received a bunch of radios back from a site, one of which is a dp3441e. I'm guessing it must have been acquired locally and programmed by a techie at the site as it's not a type we sent (dp3600's). It's a good looking radio so we obtained an interface cable but the code-plug has been password protected and do we know it? Non!

Tried the process in this thread and captured some data with Wireshark, but it's not obvious what the password is, so I'm guessing they must have tightened up the security on this model?

Any steers would be appreciated.

Thanks.

Stu.

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