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    Default MotoTRBO System Planner - 2015

    Motorola has released a new TRBO System Planner guide, current to the latest firmware/sytem release, documented here: http://communications.support/thread...5-%28legacy%29

    The guide incorporates the latest information and features for System Release 2.4a (June 2015). Attached.

    System_Planner_6880309T12_YD.pdf


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    Thanks for that!

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    Great document, thanks Mars!

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    For those, who need it, here's an EMEA System Planner
    System_Planner_EMEA.pdf
    Don't know if it's different from the other regions though

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    Post #1 in this thread updated. It now contains the planner for System Release 2.4.

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    Remember the old days when you would get a set of pages in the mail you could just replace the outdated pages with the new ones? Why can't they do that with a pdf?

    Now, in order to have a hard copy reference on my desk, I have to print another 800 page manual....

    Yes, I know hard copies are 'old school', but do you know how hard it is to use a highlighter and post-it notes on a display screen??
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    Quote Originally Posted by com501 View Post
    Remember the old days when you would get a set of pages in the mail you could just replace the outdated pages with the new ones? Why can't they do that with a pdf?

    Now, in order to have a hard copy reference on my desk, I have to print another 800 page manual....

    Yes, I know hard copies are 'old school', but do you know how hard it is to use a highlighter and post-it notes on a display screen??
    The damn highlighters keep staining my screen yellow!

    Thanks, Mars and Eaton for posting the guides.

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    Attached is the new EMEA system planner for release 2.40.

    Wow, lots of information about AES encryption in this one. It starts at page 112. Motorola USA is obviously censoring/removing it from the USA System Planner. Unknown why. Mental illness perhaps?

    Enjoy!
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    Post #1 updated with System Planner for NA system release 2.4a.

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    Thanks for the update. Any ham that uses DMR should read through this. A wealth of information.

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    If anyone needs it, here's the EMEA System Planner for R2.4A (or R2.4B as it's referrred to for some reason in the firmware and training notes).
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    Thank you for posting this. Can't wait to read all of the references to AES, which they conveniently left out of the North American version.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mars View Post
    Thank you for posting this. Can't wait to read all of the references to AES, which they conveniently left out of the North American version.
    Spoiler alert: "AES" -> Found 72 times on 22 pages.

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