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Programing this is not a problem its more of a question can a gtx be program to work with conventional programming

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I assumed that you mean Motorola GTX handheld radio. It can be programming to work with conventional, if it's a trunking radio then need to keep at least one trunking in radio, otherwise it lost all trunking.

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