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Also see [http://www.batlabs.com/ Batlabs] for a good Motorola radio resource!
 
Also see [http://www.batlabs.com/ Batlabs] for a good Motorola radio resource!
Please be aware that these radios require special programming software that is legally only obtainable from Motorola. Most of them also require a [[RIB]] (Radio Interface Box) with a radio specific cable. Back to [[Motorola]] page.
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Please be aware that these radios require special programming software that is legally only obtainable from Motorola. Most of them up to the early 2000s also require a [[RIB]] (Radio Interface Box) with a radio specific cable; most later models have a radio-specific cable but require no RIB. Back to [[Motorola]] page.
  
 
The [[Motorola Direct Talk]] article has additional information.
 
The [[Motorola Direct Talk]] article has additional information.
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==Dispatch Equipment==
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!Model Number!!Type
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|[[MC1000]]||Deskset Controller
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|[[MC2000]]||Deskset Controller
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|[[MC2500]]||Deskset Controller
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|[[MC3000]]||Deskset Controller
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|[[MCC 5500]]||Dispatch Console
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|[[MCC 7500]]||IP Dispatch Console
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|[[MIP 5000]]||VoIP Radio Console
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|[[CENTRACOM Elite]]||Dispatch Control Center
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|[[CommandStar Lite]]||Console
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|[[XTL 5000]]||ASTRO Digital Consolette
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==Motorola Radios for Sale==
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*[[Motorola Radios eBay Listings]]
  
  
[[Category:Radio Models]]
 
[[Category:Professional Radios]]
 
  
== Motorola Radios on Ebay ==
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[[Category:Motorola Professional Radios]]
<ebay>(Motorola Radios,Motorola Radio)</ebay>
 

Latest revision as of 13:43, 24 February 2020

Also see Batlabs for a good Motorola radio resource! Please be aware that these radios require special programming software that is legally only obtainable from Motorola. Most of them up to the early 2000s also require a RIB (Radio Interface Box) with a radio specific cable; most later models have a radio-specific cable but require no RIB. Back to Motorola page.

The Motorola Direct Talk article has additional information.


Series Handhelds Mobiles Others
Genesis
Iden
Jedi
Waris

(PROfessional)

Cosmo
EX


Saber
Radius
Spectra/Syntor
XTN
Unknown



APX Multi-Band



FRS

Dispatch Equipment

Model Number Type
MC1000 Deskset Controller
MC2000 Deskset Controller
MC2500 Deskset Controller
MC3000 Deskset Controller
MCC 5500 Dispatch Console
MCC 7500 IP Dispatch Console
MIP 5000 VoIP Radio Console
CENTRACOM Elite Dispatch Control Center
CommandStar Lite Console
XTL 5000 ASTRO Digital Consolette

Motorola Radios for Sale