Question about Motorola Radio Communications
I had a set of cp 200 radios and a cm200 base station, I now bought another set of cp200 radios. The new set of radios is receiving from the old set of radio and base station but not transmitting them
Hi Raymond, we're a Motorola /Vertex Dealer and have the software and cables to program everything to match. as long as they are all on the same frequency range (meaning the new Portables are not VHF and the base is UHF, if both are the same, we can take care of programming for you, $35 each unit programmed. shoot an email over to us metrocom2 @ yahoo (dot) com - jenny
Posted on Mar 21, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Motorola GM300 Base Station
Pls check your power supply it can cause a garbled audio once the power supply is not regulated or constant voltage so your transmission also is defective,check also the connector it should be tighten,if not do change your microphone for temporary......
Posted on May 23, 2008
SOURCE: Motorola talkabout 200
Here is a link to the TA280 manual, which is similar to the TA200, http://www.giantintl.com/RadioPDFs/Outdated%20Manuals/T280_User_Manual.pdf
Funny thing, I haven't found the TA200 manual in English. Here it is in Czech: http://www.cbradio.cz/doc/Motorola/PMR%20TA200/manual.pdf If you do a google search, you can find the page and have it translated. I'll keep looking, and if I find it in English, I'll repost.
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
To troubleshoot: Unlock your keypad lock, then reprogram your radios to the following settings. (Check function after each change)
1) Shut off the Interference Eliminator (set to zero).
2) Turn off the Qt filter.
3) Vox setting to off.
By shutting off all the "bells and whistles" of the radio, you will take it back to being just simply on a frequency. If your radios do not communicate with one another then, or with your friend's radios, you have radio which is failing to operate.
If the radios do work in this simple mode. One by one add the special features back until you discover the culprit.
Posted on Dec 26, 2008
SOURCE: I just purchased two Baofeng BF 888s radios and had them programmed to our frequency here. They will both receive and transmit with each other but not transmit to the radios we already had. Any ideas?
Your radios could be programmed with subaudible tones (CTCSS) or digital code squelch (DCS) which the new radios do not have. They can be programmed for it, you need to find out what tone/code you are using.
It could also be that your existing radios are programmed for a "duplex" repeater channel, with different transmit and receive frequencies. The new radios might be on the "repeater output" frequency so they would not activate the repeater.
Both could be the case, missing tone and duplex frequencies.
I would check the programming of the new and old radios, especially for tone/code squelch.
Posted on Sep 14, 2012
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