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Re: I own 3 motorola ht 1000 radios 450 -512 mhz & need...
The software for programming the HT1000 radio is only available by subscription to authorized Motorola dealers and other entities authorized by Motorola. The cost of reprogramming varies from dealer to dealer, but in most cases it is between $25-$40 US, for the first radio, and sometimes less for the next ones, if they are the same model number and clone-able.
FYI: You may find "pirated" versions of the software available online, but be aware many are flawed, and can cause a corrupt codeplug in your radio.
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"No longer supported" means they don't repair them at their repair depot anymore. However, software for most models is still available. All Motorola software is by subscription, and they choose who can obtain a subscription. You must be a Channel Partner (dealer) or meet their criteria for obtaining it.
Most 800 MHz radios are trunking radios, and require a tower system to operate. Many towers in this bandsplit have been shutdown or retired due to changes in the licensing/availability of 800 MHz frequencies.
If you are planning on operating the radios with a tower system, see the owner of the system for programming. If you are wanting to use the radios in simplex (radio-to-radio), you could get them programmed at a full-line Motorola dealer. You will need to provide your FCC assigned frequencies.
The model number you mention is incomplete, and I could not determine which of the softwares you might need.
For this concern that you're looking for the user manual for this device , you can go to this link then download the user manual save a copy of the manual to your computer or print it out for future use.
The HT1000 is not keypad programmable. The HT1000 is dealer programmable using a radio interface box (RIB), cable, the appropriate Motorola propietary software. A sister radio named the JT1000 can be made keypad programmable with an accessory called a programming key.
Here is what you would need: RIB (radio interface box), HKN9857 programming cable and HVN9128 programming software. You are correct the software is only capable of running on a DOS box, such as a 286 or 386. The software mentioned is Motorola proprietary and is available to Authorized Motorola dealers by subscription only.
The book also shows a cloning cable HKN9755 as being available. Don't know anymore details on it.
Lastly, the cost of programming to your FCC assigned frequencies would be approx. $15 per radio, and less for cloning like models. It might be less expensive to have the radio programmed by a dealer. Just an FYI.
You cannot program the radio from the DTMF keypad. The HT1000 is only programmable by an authorized dealer or person with a subscription to the software. It also requires a programming cable and RIB (radio interface box).
Sorry to let you down, but the cable will only function with the appropriate Motorola software (and possibly a radio interface box (RIB) if the cable type you have requires one.) Software is only available to dealers. If you are needing reprogramming, it is generally available for between $25-$40 US.
Your radios might need reprogramming. This is done by a Motorola dealer using the appropriate cable and software. The software is not available for end-users. Cost generally is $35-$40 US.
From the information you provided, it is unclear if the radios previously worked together; or if the radios are the same model number. These are facts the dealer would be able to inquire about, and it would help them determine if your radios can talk to one another.
First, your radio must have one of the side buttons programmed to be scan on/off. You will need to experiment while one or more of the channels is active and press the side button to see if it puts you in scan mode.
If it is, most likely a short press turns on scan, and a long press would be nuisance channel delete. This feature will temporarily eliminate a channel out of your scan list for the time your have your radio turned on. Once you shut the unit off and turn it back on, it would return to the original setting.
The only way to have a button programmed for scan/nuisance channel delete, is to us Motorola propritary software available to dealers and certain businesses and governement agencies. If you are needing to turn on scan or change a scan list, you would need to have the radio reprogrammed. This typically will cost between $25 and $40 at more dealerships.