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My motorola radius GP 300 suddenly stoped working, disconnected from programmed network, how can i connect back and sees it working back?

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GP300 radios will operate either radio-to-radio or in conjunction with a repeater. If your radio no longer works through a repeater, you might check to see if it will work in talk-around mode (radio-to-radio). Check with your repeater service provider to see if the repeater is in working order. One other item which might occur with a repeater would be if your radio is no longer recognized by serial number by the repeater. This is also something the service provider could help you with.
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The P110 radio is computer programmable. The software is Motorola proprietary, so it is only available to Motorola dealers and a few select types of end-users. The best option is to have it programmed by a dealer. (Just for a cost example: Our dealership does them for $15 plus shipping.)

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The M1225 mobile is Motorola dealer programmable using the appropriate Motorola software, radio interface box (RIB) and programming cable. The cost for this type of programming is generally $15-$25.

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On average $15-$25 is what our facility would charge for this type of radio, depending on the number of channels.

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Hi David,

As you have all the transaction details, you will be able to do things, first of all, you need to contact the company/store you ordered them from and get a good reason for the delay.
Secondly, if within a reasonable timeframe (2 weeks) you still haven't received your items, you can apply to the small claims court for a hearing, to try to retrieve your money.

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How to program frequences in a radius p110 radio


The P110 radio is computer programmable. The software is Motorola proprietary, so it is only available to Motorola dealers and a few select types of end-users. The best option is to have it programmed by a dealer. (Just for a cost example: Our dealership does them for $15 plus shipping.)

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Did the radios previously work together? If so, you have one radio in need of repair.

If the radios are new to you, and you do not know if they previously worked together, it could be a simple programming problem. Take it to your local Motorola dealer to check the programming.

One simple test to see if you have one with PL and one CSQ, is to press the monitor button and see if the two radios can communicate when they are in open squelch mode. (The monitor button will be one of the side buttons near the PTT.)

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The Motorola GP300 needs an external device to program the frequencies assigned to the channels. All other features and functions are also accessed (enable/disabled) in the same fashion.

To start with, you would need programing interface that attaches to the back of the unit once the battery is removed. This also provides the power to the radio as well as the data connections. The interface is called a Radio Interface Box (RIB). Aside from the power leads, it has also a multi wire cable that is terminated with either a 9pin or 25pin serial plug that plugs in to the serial port of a PC.

Likewise required is a specific Radio Service Software (RSS) package(s) that is appropriate for a Motorola Radius GP series. This should be run on a personal computer capable of running pure DOS.

On running the RSS, all parameters can be adjusted and configured to your preference like Ch1 to be set to 456.789 MHz, CTCSS 108, etc. Having said this, then it is just a matter of repeating the programming to all of your radios.

Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

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