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CDM1250

Perfect for growing organizations, the flexible CDM1250™ mobile two-way radio can readily expand to meet rapidly changing business needs. Enhanced audio and a powerful front-projecting speaker ensure superb sound clarity, even in noisy environments. The display's user-friendly icons make information easy to understand. A full range of signaling capabilities includes such features as Caller ID and customizable call lists.

GTX-900 Portable

My current 900MHz portable I use until I save the money for the Alinco 220MHZ/900MHz hand held!

HT1250

The Motorola HT1250TM portable two-way radio is an exceptional tool for growing organizations because of its versatility. The radio offers a full menu of advanced signaling features, including paging and calling selective radios or groups. Information such as phone numbers, call lists and radio IDs are stored for easy access. Onboard X-PandTM technology results in superb audio clarity, even in noisy surroundings. The large LCD screen provides an important feature for critical situations.

EX600•XLS

Power and versatility are yours with the Motorola EX600•XLS™ portable two-way radio. At just 9.5 ounces, this full-keypad portable radio is compact and lightweight. This radio's many outstanding features include: six programmable buttons, a full range of signaling options and dual mode operation capability, which switches between LTR® and Conventional modes. User-friendly icons on the 14-character alphanumeric display provide clear, understandable information at a glance.

P1225

The P1225 Series Portable Radio is no longer manufactured, however accessories and replacement parts may be available. For product availability please contact your local Motorola Dealer.

Astro Saber

Digital P25 Version of the Saber which became the XTS3000

Saber

The Saber portable radio is a product of Motorola USA, Inc. The Saber is a commercial radio that was developed for the U.S. military sometime around 1989. The Saber is widely recognizable by thin, sleek design compared to other radios at the time. Despite the fact that the Saber was originally marketed to the military, many law enforcement agencies and fire departments realized the benefits of the Saber and Motorola soon had a much larger customer base for the radio than they expected

Astro Spectra

The ASTRO Spectra is a digital version of the regular analog Spectra. Not all ASTRO spectras are "flashed" for digital. To see what options are installed on a particular radio, visit the Flashcode Decoder. Radio is capable of 255 channels (or modes). Capabilities include 3600 trunking, 9600 trunking, analog or ASTRO digital voice and signaling, MDC signaling, Encryption (analog or digital) with the addition of a secure module, and many more options. The ASTRO spectra comes in various bands and TX powers. VHF Range 1 - 136-162 MHz VHF Range 2 - 146-174 MHz UHF Range 1 - 406-430 MHz UHF Range 2? - 438-482 MHz ? UHF Range 3? - 482-512 MHz ? 800 Band - 806-869 MHz