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You'll find that nearly all radios are only programmable by registered dealers and you must have an Ofcom licence (if in the UK) in advance of this. However programming leads are available from Hong Kong and if you look carefully some software is available by searching for the radio model in your browser. You will also need an unlocking code again some are available on the net. Don't use someone elses frequency as it is highly illegal to programme your own radios.

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