PROGRAMMING ADAPTOR FOR MIDLAND XTR AND SYNTECH-II SERIES
and Syntech II series of two-way radios are rugged and
reliable. They are progressively
being replaced in commercial
service after more than a decade, and are finding their way into the
hands of amateur radio enthusiasts in increasing numbers.
are computer-programmable and
this is one of their great attractions. An interface
is required between the radio and the computer for programming.
produced one in basic form without
expensive packaging to economically allow programming of these radios.
latest version of this interface (shown at right) is the MP-1
programmer. In addition to the XTR and Syntech II series, this
direct programming of the Midland Bantam and Titan series radios via a
standard Cat5 patch cable. The design of the programmer allows the radio
interface cables to be quickly and cheaply replaced if damaged, a
feature that no other programming cable currently offers.
History of the XTR/Syntech-II Programming Adaptor
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