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 on: September 17, 2018, 02:43:28 PM 
Started by Nelixuk2003 - Last post by Nelixuk2003
Was hoping for a few more channels than 8 so might be best to convert.  Do you know if it is straightforward or is it a real pain?



 on: September 17, 2018, 02:30:23 PM 
Started by Nelixuk2003 - Last post by emsgeorge
Off the top of my head, 680's can take 8 conventional channels.

So if its only a few you need, should be fine.

 on: September 17, 2018, 12:40:11 PM 
Started by Nelixuk2003 - Last post by Nelixuk2003
I have searched the forum and found a few related Threads but almost all of them have either not been answered or the information in them is not what I'm looking for.

I am about to get my hands on some GP680's, I don't know the versions of any of the firmware or codeplug's etc until I receive them.

Is it possible to convert these to a GP380 for conventional use or can the 680 be used as a conventional radio without the need to convert?  I don't need the Truck capabilities that the 680 has but if there is no need to convert and I can still program them up for conventional use then that will save a lot of work.  Are there any limitations to using the 680 in a conventional manner, such as limited Channels etc.

I had several 340's 360's and 380's many years ago and was familiar and more than comfortable with the programming of them, I stupidly sold them due to lack of use and have regretted it ever since so when these 680's came along I knabbed them quick.



 on: September 09, 2018, 09:56:29 AM 
Started by Phil.kidd - Last post by Phil.kidd
Not sure if anyone has these on file, but need urgently.
Certificates of conformity for
Gp680 UHF 403-470
Gp series batt
D shell with Ptt mic
Single charger
6 way charger

Many thanks

 on: September 09, 2018, 09:42:52 AM 
Started by oshb5 - Last post by Phil.kidd
Hi am unsure if posting this in correct place.
Does anyone have on file certificates of conformity for Gp680 uhf
And audio accessories and chargers please?

 on: September 03, 2018, 07:57:44 AM 
Started by Lawman - Last post by Lawman
Just for information: I found the EU Waris LapUpgrade Kit R03.10.00 and this worked for the TANAPA "D". Problem solved. 73s de Law

 on: September 01, 2018, 10:22:58 AM 
Started by Lawman - Last post by Lawman
I am flashing some GP680s to GP380s and have a little issue:

I am using EU Waris LapUpgrade Kit R03.07.00 (The FlashGrade Tool is R03.02.00).

I flashed two of them which have Tanapa PMUE1437A (MDH25RDH9CK6 to MDH25RDH9AN6) using code plug for PMUE1441A and all worked fine.

I flashed another one of them which has Tanapa PMUE1437D (MDH25RDH9CK6 to MDH25RDH9AN6) using code plug for PMUE1441D and after the Downloading Bootcode and just before the Erasing Flash ROM starts, it all stops and says "Unexpected response from radio", then ok then "Erase Flash ROM Failed.

It must have something to do with the Tanapa D. I had read that there is a newer version of the EU Waris LapUpgrade Kit.

Does anyone have any tips? Thanks 73s de Lawrence

 on: August 29, 2018, 03:38:12 PM 
Started by ELT - Last post by ELT
Thanks for the info, we have a couple of CAP plus systems on prime sites and also an analogue next trunking system with our own design base logic and mobile control cards which is getting long-in the tooth now.

Our next trunking is the analogue version of Cap + i.e. no fixed control channel just a marker on the next available one.

 on: August 28, 2018, 11:10:38 PM 
Started by ELT - Last post by emsgeorge
yep it handshakes to check what the rest channel is, or should be, each time you change talkgroup. Unlike analogue trunking, that constantly uses one control channel, cap plus moves the control info around the slots.

Its entirely normal. How many repeaters have you got on it at the moment ?

we have just come back from an event with 2 cap plus repeaters, 75 handsets, and 9 talkgroups, and not a single channel bonk.

 on: August 28, 2018, 04:57:21 PM 
Started by ELT - Last post by ELT
Hi George

My DP3400s although little used have very early firmware.
I am looking at the RX light on the DM4400 which does flash on initial handshake then I dont see it again.
However if I program a few channels into it with different talk groups (to monitor users) when you change channels it handshakes again.
I monitor the repeater with an analogue RX so know when it sends data as apposed to beacon.
Is this background activity a feature of Cap + or do you suspect a problem ?


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