Question about Motorola Walkie Talkie 2-Way Radio
Have two T5200s which work together and 2 MD203Rs which work together. Would like all four to communicate with each other. The T5200 can sent to the MD203R which can receive from the T5200, but can't get get the MD203R to send (or the T5200 to receive?)...
The easiest way to know is to set the Frequency, and interference eliminator Code to the same settings on each radio. Turn off any special features for your initial test. When set to the same settings the radios should work together fine. Then you can add back in any special features one at time until you have the radios set up the way you prefer.
Here are links to the user guides for each model. You can compare freq. charts and see how to program them:
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