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Need to program in 1-10 frequency...is this possible ?

Hi, I have a motorola TA200 and my motorbike club use 1-10 frequency but I cannot appear to change the frequency to match there radio's.... can anyone help

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  • mike_rhodesp Apr 22, 2009

    Hi, thanks for your question, they are all various radio's but they are all of the radio's are able to go to Channel 1 CTCSS 10 and I would like to know if it is possible to change my TA200 to enable me to have the ability to access Channel 1 CTCSS 10. Thanks for any help. Cheers MIKE

  • eradiostore
    eradiostore May 11, 2010

    What type of radio is the club using which you are trying to match?

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Okay, I'm going to attempt to assist you with this. If your TalkAbout 200 has a screen showing your channel number and a smaller number in the upper right. It is possible your radio could be programmed to match another TalkAbout or FRS (family radio service) style radio. I cannot find an owners manual in English for the T200. Here is one you can translate from Czech http://www.cbradio.cz/doc/Motorola/PMR%20TA200/manual.pdf (Simply copy and paste this into a google search with the word translate in front of it.) It will give you the instructions for reprogramming your "interference eliminator code", aka CTCSS. Your radio has 14 built in frequencies. From your explanation I would assume you need your BIG number to be 1, and your small number to be 10.

If your TalkAbout does not have a screen, you will not be able to do the CTCSS #10. It is a CSQ model only.

Sidenote: If the other radios you are wanting to talk to are NOT FRS-type or TalkAbout radios, your radio will not match them.

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