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I have a motorola cp185, is this radio capable of doing fleet sync I.d.

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No. FleetSync is a feature of Kenwood radios. The CP185 does not have FleetSync capability, nor can we find any documentation saying it has Motorola's MDC1200 signalling. (Also note: FleetSync and MDC1200 are not compatible with one another.)

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Posted on Oct 13, 2013

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