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CDM-series UHF R2 Cancelation Notice

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Mars

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Motorola is canceling the CDM-series UHF R2 mobile. See attachment.
 

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tvsjr

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To be pedantic, only appears to be the high-power 25-40 watt units. 1-25 watters are still available... which strikes me as odd. Anyone want to take bets on the entire CDM family surviving 2014?
 
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Other than lowband, is there anything the CDM family provides that TRBO doesn't?

That product line has probably run longer than anything Motorola has ever sold.
 

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Arguably its one of Motorola's better radios. Easy to program, has a great feature set... I've got CDM radios "in service" for DSD and TRUNK88 and have used them for a multitude of other things like Packet. They're easy to interface from and they "just work". A large two way outfit up here used them for a networked Passport system instead of repeaters for years as well.
 
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