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Motorola HT600E
Former Police radio from the UK
99 channels, UHF 438(432) - 470 MHz

 

 




More HT600E, VHF and UHF.

 

 




Motorola Convertacom
For HT600 and HT800

 

 




Motorola mobile charger
For HT600 and HT800
 

 

 




Motorola HT800, UHF
403 - 432 (437) MHz

 

 



Motorola MT1000, VHF Lowband
42-50 (52) MHz
Programmed for 6 Meter Amateur band

 

 




Motorola HTX, VHF
136 - 174 MHz

 

 




Motorola MT2100, VHF
136 - 178 MHz
Programmed for 2 m amateur band and Marine VHF

 

 




Motorola MT2100, UHF
403 - 470 MHz
Programmed for 70 cm amateur band and Police S-80

 

 




Motorola MX3000, UHF
440 (432) - 470 MHz

 

 




Motorola MX1000, VHF-L
Model: H42SAN9109_N
74-88 MHz

 

 





Motorola GP300 Sel-5, UHF
403 - 433 (450) MHz
With prog-adapter

 

 




Motorola GP300, UHF
403 - 433 (450) MHz

 

 




Motorola MT 700, UHF
450 MHz
 

 

 




Motorola Expo
UHF

 

 



Motorola DP3600
Mototrbo DMR

 

 




Motorola DM4600
Mototrbo DMR

 

 




Motorola DM3600
Mototrbo DMR
Installed with remote kit in my Volvo XC70

 

 




Motorola Radius, 16 Channels
Lowband, tuned for 50-52 MHz Amateur band
Output 60 Watts

 

 




Motorola Radius, 16 Channels
Lowband, tuned for 50-52 MHz Amateur band
Output 60 Watts

 

 




Motorola MC2100, VHF
136 - 174 MHz

 

 




Motorola GM350, VHF
136 - 178 MHz

 

 




Motorola GM350, UHF
403 - 470 MHz
DTMF Mic

 

 




Motorola GM950, N4, UHF
403 - 470 MHz

 

 




Motorola GM950, N4, UHF
403 - 470 MHz
Remote kit

 

 




Motorola GM900, VHF
136 - 178 MHz

 

 




Motorola GM900 UHF
403 - 470 MHz
DTMF Mic

 

 



Motorola MC spectro
VHF Midband 66-88 MHz
This is a Stornophone 6000 with a Motorola front panel

 

 




RSS for MC Spectro

 

 




Motorola Staccato, VHF
136 - 174 MHz
Programmed for 2 m amateur band

 

 




Motorola Staccato, VHF midband
66 - 88 MHz
Programmed for Police, Ambulance and Fire Department

 

 





Motorola Staccato
Control circuitry from Stornophone 6000, and RF circuitry  from
Motorola MC Micro

 

 




Motorola MC Micro, VHF
136 - 174 MHz
 

 

 




Motorola MC Micro, VHF Midband
68 - 88 MHz

 

 




Motorola MC Micro Sel 5, UHF
403 - 470 MHz

 

 




Motorola Base station, VHF Midband
66 - 88 MHz
4-wire remote control

 

 




Motorola Base station
Inside

 

 




Motorola Solid State Signal Generator
Model S 1320-A
25 - 470 MHz

 

 




Radio Interface Box (RIB)
For Motorola radios

 

 




Programming adapters for
HT600, HT800, P210, MX3000, GP300, GP340, GP1200, MT2100
GM350, GM900, GM950, GM1200, MC900, MC2100

 

 




Computer for programming, Victor V286P
Motorola software requires a slow computer to run.

 

 




Discharger for Motorola HT600 batteries
Drains down to 8 Volts (1 Volt/cell)

 

 




Discharger for Motorola GP300 batteries
Drains down to 6 Volt

 

 




Discharger
Circuit diagram

 

 
2009