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    Anymore information if this radio does have the LTE? It seems to just have the Hazardous Environment spec.


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    Quote Originally Posted by parker4782 View Post
    Anymore information if this radio does have the LTE? It seems to just have the Hazardous Environment spec.
    Everything I have read on these makes no mention of LTE at all.

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    Allegedly the LTE version will be the APX8000L, and will be a separate product from the 8000H.
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    Quote Originally Posted by motorola_otaku View Post
    Allegedly the LTE version will be the APX8000L, and will be a separate product from the 8000H.
    Sounds like Motorola is going to become a car brand.

    Heres the new, improved, 2019 APX8000XHLWTFLOL


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    SRX2200 single band may be EOL soon?... the new replacement is APX8000H with SRX package.
    See page 4: https://www.motorolasolutions.com/co...data_sheet.pdf
    SRX PACKAGE FEATURES**
    - Coyote Brown Color
    - NVG Compatibility
    - Light Discipline Lens
    - Blacked-out Logo
    - MIL-STD Delta-T, IP68 (2 m, 4 hr)

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    Not quite, the SRX2200_AN model was replaced by a BN just like the 6000_AN was. The APX8000H with the SRX option is only if you need a DIV1 radio.

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    I was about to say its unlikely it will disappear like that any time soon. The military is not a fan of change... of anything the SRX will hang on as long as possible.

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    True, they're the only reason XTS2500 radios are still(?) available, when the rest of the XTS/XTL line got canned. The military uses them for shoulder-mounted speaker/mics - like bubble-pack radios.

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    In typical Motorola fashion the APX line will be EOL in a year or two lol.