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    So i just got my first Mts2000 its a change for my regular Motorola spectra

    So let me get to the point i ordered a RIB-less Programming cable for my Mts2000 And got cps but
    i look around here and see no Help on how to use cps to put in frequencies. All i see is how to upgrade
    Code-plugs And Flash-port So i ask you guys How do i put frequencies in my radio through cps? And is it more involved
    Then i Think?

    P.s. Sorry if my Noob level is high in this one.


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    Quote Originally Posted by LCPDISPATCH View Post
    So i just got my first Mts2000 its a change for my regular Motorola spectra

    So let me get to the point i ordered a RIB-less Programming cable for my Mts2000 And got cps but
    i look around here and see no Help on how to use cps to put in frequencies. All i see is how to upgrade
    Code-plugs And Flash-port So i ask you guys How do i put frequencies in my radio through cps? And is it more involved
    Then i Think?

    P.s. Sorry if my Noob level is high in this one.
    CPS has a help file that you should read. Programming conventional channels is very easy once you read that information. If you are trying to program a trunking system, then we can't help you.

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    Ok so i checked it out and understand it slightly but do you think you can run by me how to program in the frquencie 151.6250 and 151.8950 it seem it wont work or can it?

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    The help file is pretty straightforward. What you are trying to do is dead simple if you take the time to read the help files, study what you're doing and pay attention. You're not going to find any hand-holding on this site. Go to RadioReference for that.

    Also, your grammar is atrocious. You should work on cleaning that up, too.

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    It also pays to back up your s-record. Its something that will save you if anything goes wrong.

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    Thanks b16a2 that has saved me a few times with my Astro