For convenience, we offer software for download instead of physical CD delivery. Software provided by Radiotronics is supplied free of charge. Any fee you pay to us in the process of obtaining software should be regarded as a \"download and administration fee\", which simply covers the cost of data file storage and the bandwidth used when downloading the software. The \"download and administration fee\" can range from $0 to $250 and is directly proportional to the size of the files and the number of files available for download. Any software Radiotronics provides will remain the property of the manufacturer and, whilst you are free to use it to configure your radio or device, you will NOT own the software.
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Motorola Solutions is very selective about sharing the software that powers their two way radios with the public. There are a number of reasons for this including, two way radios are regulated by the Federal Trade Commission, Motorola protects the investment its Dealers make, and Motorola two way radio software is licensed, subscription based software.
Twowayradiocenter.com does not share, provide, or sell Motorola software. Twowayradiocenter.com will provide links to free Motorola Software for select models when allowed by Motorola Solutions. Twowayradiocenter.com does have the ability to program your Motorola two way radios and will gladly provide you a quote to do so. Simply call us at 855-770-7194 to discuss your needs and we'll provide a customized quote. There is a nominal fee.
Motorola sells the programming software for all of its two way radios via Motorola's purchasing website. You'll visit the site, create an account (specify you're an End User), and then search for the part number for the software you need. Motorola will sell you the software online via credit card. Programming Cables have to be purchased from a Reseller like twowayradiocenter.com. If you need with which software and cable you need, please chat with us below, send us an email, or call us at 855-770-7194.
Please note, there are some Motorola two way radios which allow you to download Motorola software. If a walkie talkie is purchased from us and programming software is available for download we will assist you with this. This is clearly represented on the product accessory pages for the product family. Simply click on the family of two way radio you're looking for. If you see programming cables offered for sale, we can help if you purchased two way radios from us. Twowayradiocenter.com does not provide assistance with programming software or programming cables if a two way radio hasn't previously been purchased from us. We do this at the request of Motorola.
What are the WAVE two-way radios?WAVE TLK Series two-way radios provide businesses with instant push-to-talk team communications over a nationwide LTE cellular network. This one bundled solution, including the radio, cellular service and software, is built specifically for the demanding needs of businesses with a geographically dispersed workforce.
What is the cost of a WAVE TLK 100 ?The pricing varies depending on 1) the subscription selected: pay-as-you-go (monthly) or a two-year contract, and 2) the number of devices ordered. The retail price for the radio is $350, and the subscription services range from $35 to $45 per month. Please contact us for a custom quote to fit your exact needs.
What types of businesses will use the WAVE two-way radio?It will be highly useful to medium- and large-sized businesses with task-oriented workers who require constant, daily communication with dispatch or management. It also will be helpful for industries with field services where tracking vehicle locations and ongoing communication with field teams is essential for business operations. This may be especially applicable in industries such as private security, construction, manufacturing, retail, and transportation and logistics.
One of the questions we get asked most often is \"How hard is it to program the settings I need into the Motorola DLR radios?\" While we realize this can seem confusing to novice radio users, Motorola does offer a free CPS (customer programming software) that will make this process much easier. In this article, we will be giving you some tips on how to use this software to meet your needs. These same steps apply for both the DLR1020 and DLR1060 models.
First, you will need to download the programming software from the DLR page at MotorolaSolutions.com. As already mentioned, this is a free download. Second, you will need to purchase the Motorola DLR series programming cable. Once you have these two things, you are ready to begin programming your Motorola DLR radios!
At this point you should be able to access your programming software. Run the application, choose RADIO in the top column and select \"DLR\" as your radio type. If you would like to view the current settings of your radio, click the option Read Radio. This will upload the current settings of the radio to the application. If you would like to begin customizing your radio based on the default settings, you can click New Profile.
If your business has a large fleet of Motorola RDX two way radios or has to adjust the radio settings every time a new radio is added, you can save a considerable amount of time by using the RDX series programming software. This software makes it incredibly easy to adjust the settings of a radio. You can also save a profile, and when you add a new two way radio you simply need to open the saved profile and click a toolbar button to write the profile to the new radio. Much simpler than using the radio's menu, especially on models without a display (such as the RDU2020, RDV2020, RDU4100, and RDV5100)! Even if your radio has a display (RDU2080d, RDV2080d, RDU4160d), the programming software still makes the process quicker and saves time.
The software itself is free and the latest version can always be downloaded directly from Motorola's web site at You will, however, need a programming cable: the Motorola RKN4155. This cable connects to the port on the back of the radio charger, and then into a USB port on your PC. Unfortunately, this cable is proprietary, meaning a standard USB cable will not work.
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TRBOnet software suite is a handful of capabilities and turns radio network into a thorough means to perform voice communications, data communications and beyond.Every big or little customers' need is satisfied by TRBOnet, even when they work out of MOTOTRBO world. Solid, tough and reliable, I've never been disappointed by it.Moreover TRBOnet software can rely on a support team always ready to help and suggest solutions. Pre-sales and post-sales matters are safe and, when little troubles occurred, I've always been rescued by the guys.
Typically, two-way radios are programmed on PC. Most programming software is only designed to run on a PC, and not on a Mac. To program your radios, you will need the radios to program, radio programming software for your computer, and a programming cable with a USB and proper connection for your two-way radio.
In some cases, you can simply clone your two way radios instead of using programming software on a computer. For example, in the below video we demonstrate how to use the multi-unit charger and radio to clone the frequencies of the Motorola RM Series Radios without programming software.
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Over time, I've gotten more into these with the CDM1250/1550 and other waris series radios. I've not seen any of the European ones, but I've been working with the US versions for FM service in ham radio.
What I've found is the radios features are determined by the \"codeplug\" settings. This is simply a packed (hex) data written into the eeprom chip of the radio containing tuning, feature and programing data. This is the same area the programing data from CPS is written in, but CPS is unable to change it. The majority of modification of these radios to amateur service is done with modifications to the codeplug. The codeplug layout appears to be the same for most US versions of the radios, but there are some which are different.
This is the same as any other to modify to the amateur service from a software perspective. The issue is these radios are narrow band only on the receive path, as the 200 MHz band was never used for 25 KHz channels. Transmit will support wide band (and must be aligned for wide band first!) The IF filters simply need to be swapped with their wide band parts and wide band receive alignment performed.
The CDM is available in a high and low power version for VHF and UHF. The nice thing about the low power units is they can go from 1-25w and while the high power are 20-45w. As sometimes the link radios are best run at low power or if building a repeater it's much better to run a low power radio at 15W into an external PA then a high power radio at 20w. A solid state RF amp wants to be run within 3dB of it's rated output. While you can run a 45w radio at 20w, you'll find it's drawing double the power of the 25w radio running at 20w. This extra power is turned to heat, and heat kills power amps.
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