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How to program a motorola gp328 vhf 2 way radio?

I just need to change the frequencies on my 16 channel model.i am good at electronics.so please give me details on how to build interface and programming cable.thank you?

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I have program kit and software i need program for emergency siren what i have to do

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You need a Motorola RIB and cable for this radio. Check out batlabs.com for schematics and other programming cables.

Posted on Jan 04, 2009

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Hey all i found a Link to the RSS program necessary for re-programming.
http://rapidshare.com/files/119975228/GP328.rar.html
Follow this link download the software. how to program a motorola gp328 vhf 2 way radio? - icon_biggrin.gif

About the hardware necessary can be found at this site. The site contains lot of other
programming cables and a universal interface. The cable can be bought from any online shop also. I think some 45$ cost. If the cable is bought, then no need for making the interface.
And one more thing the interface for GP328 is MOT-4. All the details can be found here.
http://www.cqham.ru/uniprog2_eng.html

Posted on Jan 12, 2009

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