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GP300 frequency programing

I have 4 Motorola GP300 radius on UHF using 456 to 462 Mz. I have just got 2 more but the frequencies do not match mine and would like to program them myself as I am looking to add 4 or 6 more. I only use them back to back and dont need anything fancy although a scanning channel would be useful I can get a RIB programmer but what else do I need? PC ? what spec. I understand it needs to be done in DOS at a slow speed ? do I need a program and can I get this? as I would realy like to do this myself DJ Midlands

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Here is what you would need: RIB (radio interface box), HKN9857 programming cable and HVN9128 programming software. You are correct the software is only capable of running on a DOS box, such as a 286 or 386. The software mentioned is Motorola proprietary and is available to Authorized Motorola dealers by subscription only.

The book also shows a cloning cable HKN9755 as being available. Don't know anymore details on it.

Lastly, the cost of programming to your FCC assigned frequencies would be approx. $15 per radio, and less for cloning like models. It might be less expensive to have the radio programmed by a dealer. Just an FYI.

Best regards

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