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Motorola D700 (Ex Dolphin Tetra) Radio

Does anyone know whether the old dolphin d700 motorola radios can be re-programmed to work back to back or anything?

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HI.... yes ....it is possible to program them in DMO, this is done in the RSS,.... so I am advised directly from inside Motorola .... but a copy of the RSS is just not available.... ... if fact Motorola seems to officially deny the D700 ever existed ... good luck in finding a solution.

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Buying the MTH programming cable from china, then download the D700 software from warez sites. I reprogrammed 4 of my D700's to work back to back. It took about 2 minutes in the software and worked a treat.

They have a 3 mile radius and brilling speech quality.

I paid £11 for the programming cable and downloaded the software for free.

My email is andrew@cergo.plc.uk if you want help.

Posted on Jul 22, 2008

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This radio can work in TMO (Trunking mode Operation) only. No support of DMO (Direct Mode Operation). If you are not a registered customer of a Tetra-Network, this radio is useless. Except for decoration purpose.
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    Operation Mode : Duplex, Semi-duplex, Short Data Services and Packet Data But Not In Direct Mode!Back To Back.

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Dolphin telecom ordered from motorola a reduced hardware to avoid the resuage of its sponsored network radio outside their tetra network - like nowadays some cheap handys are operator looke.

I rate the above reprogramming possibility as a hoax from a bussybody, which appears from time to time on the net.

Posted on Sep 23, 2009

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    Dolphin telecom ordered from motorola a reduced hardware plattform to
    avoid the resuage of its sponsored network radio outside their tetra
    network - like nowadays some cheap handys are operator looke.

    I rate the above statment as a hoax which appears from time to time from some bussybody on the net



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I would also like to find this software, and mroe about the cable required...a lin to ebay etc would be useful. I also need to know what voltage and polarity the psu is for the desktop charger. I have a charger but it got seperated from the psu.

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I'm also trying to do this but I can't identify the software or seem to find a supplier for the cables. Andrew I tried emailing you directly but the email bounced

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What is the name of this software i need to download?

Posted on Jul 08, 2009

  • lozzdale Feb 23, 2011

    hi I have 3 of the dolphin d1700 handsets can these be reprogramed so they can work back to back or should I dump them? cheers Lozz

  • sialmond Sep 13, 2011

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pkvg3vPCB...

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