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I'm a first time progrmmer. I just baught a Motorola MTS2000 two-way ham radio that i would like for my fie dept. & local police dept.Could you give me a step by step on how to do this and what equipment i'll need, i have a program cable that goes from my radio to my computer what else do i need & what kind of software do i need & can anybody find me a manual on this radio its the (MTS2000 1 UHF 405-470 MHZ). Can anybody help me please thank you.

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