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I have a motorola GM 360 base station and i can't receive any message. I installed properly the cables, but still nothing, what i have to do to see if has a frequency or it's something what depinde on me to set up. Thanks,

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  • sorinprodan2 Oct 10, 2010

    I'm not talking about text messages. I have 4 channels and i tried to see if it's match it with the held hand radio and nothing. i tried all 4 channels from base station and hand radio it doesn't match.

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You said messages. I'm expert with motorala repeater station GM325 and receiver 328. both of these do not have the facility to send or receive text messages. Kindly emphasise on messages text or voice.

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  • Aruna Singh
    Aruna Singh Oct 10, 2010

    Kindly be specific I understand that you have one repeater station and trasreceiver but kindly let me know how many and what is the frequency. If you can't tell the frequency then kindly do let me know the repeater station model and transreceiver model. Further kindly do let me know that you have just one single transreceiver or multiple others are working or not. whether they have encryption enabled or not. I know about motorola repeater station they don't boost messages. I specifically asked for voice or messages because I wanted to confirm and you did not answer.

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