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That radio is easily programmable for other, or additional frequencies in the same band. I believe (I've been out of the business for a while) you need a special computer interface and software in order to affect a change. I'd contact a Motorola shop. You will also need to be licenced for the new frequency. I hope this helps.
Motorola two way radios were pretty standard across the board with their accessories and chargers. If it worked in one it was pretty much guaranteed to work in a different model one. This link here http://www.ewingenter.com/accessories.htm is a great place to get aftermarket Motorola two way radio accessories. You have your choice of several types or headset/mic combos on there.
Motorola FRS radios works with CTCSS or DTCSS and Midland Calls them Privacy Codes, try first using Code numer Zero wich is no code or code off, of course at the same channel in all radios.
if you can heard all radios the next step is to choose a code, Im sure that the first code numers in both radios must be the same
The Motorola GP340 radio is a dealer programmable radio. It requires a cable, radio interface box and Motorola proprietary software (which is available by subscription to dealers and qualifying entities).