XG-100P FPP?

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shag

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I believe this radio is FPP-capable, but does it need a flash option? If so, which one? Also, which settings can be edited from the front panel, other than freq/split/nac/tone?

Anyone have any experience with this fine radio?
 
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WCHija

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I have a fleet of them. You need the correct "feature option". As for what you can edit. Eerything except for changing emission mode from analog to digital, or the reverse, conventional only.
 
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Let me guess, the feature code numbers are the same as the P7100 series?
 
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hamsexual

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Just a side note, the fpp is not like a Motorola. It does nto save to the mission plan.

So if you happen to get one, thinking you can just fpp it-WRONG! The moment you change mission plans, or read/write to it-your fpp work is toast.
 
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WCHija

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But it does stay perssistent through a powercycle, so you can read the info off the screen and type it in to RPM. You ca also make a user defined zone, with some test channels in them to FPP edit.
 
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hamsexual

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I do like that I can lend the radio to someone, and just return it how I had it....no new channel tags....
 
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nonmotorola

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The trick is to remember to program some blank channels in an extra zone; labeled P25 1 -6, Mixed Mode (Analog TX) 7-10 and Analog 11-16.... This will let you have at your fingertips the ability to program any of those modes in the field.
 
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BobHopi

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I have a fleet of them. You need the correct "feature option". As for what you can edit. Eerything except for changing emission mode from analog to digital, or the reverse, conventional only.

I don't think this is correct...you don't need a feature but you do need the radio to be programmed with the "Full UI" option, including a password, to edit the channel and have the "EDIT CHANNEL" menu option available on the screen. At that point, FPP works (as I recall).
 
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