Question about Radio Communications
Program the scan list in the codeplug. This is a feature that must be programmed into the radio via the dealer programming software. By using the software the dealer will program scanning capabilities and then assign a button on the control head to turn scanning on and off. Every radio can have different features and functions programmed into the radio. If by pressing buttons on the face a "Z" like symbol apears, you've found your scan on/off button.
Posted on Dec 09, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
1. Program the ABC switch as zone select.
2. Program each 'personality' into the proper zone (eg A1, A2..., B1, B2..., C1, C2..., etc)
3. Load the codeplug into the radio.
Posted on Jun 03, 2008
SOURCE: what are the button functions?
The buttons are programmable through the Radio Service Software (RSS) and can be used for any number of features. Some examples are Monitor, Scan, Repeater Access Tone (RAT), Light, Select, and the list goes on. Only reading the radio with the RSS can you be 100% sure.
A wealth of knowledge can be found at http://www.batlabs.com/mtsx.html as well as searching the forum located there.
Posted on Feb 12, 2010
Testimonial: "the orange button is the panic button. the green button on the side is the back light...the rest I will leave alone."
Your Motorola MTS2000 is not a scanner but a high-end two-way radio. It requires a computer, special interface box (called a RIB, for Radio Interface Box), the proper cable from the radio to the RIB, and the programming software called RSS (Radio Service Software.)
This is much more difficult than a scanner to program and if not done properly can cause the radio to automatically transmit on frequencies that you are not authorized to use.
Try calling your local Motorola dealer and ask them if they will program it for you for receiving only. They will either flatly refuse or they will be happy to charge you a service fee. Some places are more willing than others.
Posted on Feb 12, 2010
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