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MaxTrac 900 MHz
By Robert W. Meister WA1MIK
The following information was obtained from the Motorola MaxTrac 900 MHz Trunking and Conventional Service Manuals; both are "No Longer Available" (NLA). Some of the data may not agree with capabilities of the programming software. Note that this information pertains ONLY to the 900 MHz MaxTrac models. Information on the VHF, UHF, and 800 MHz radios can be found in this article, VHF, UHF, and 800 MHz radio models by Repeater-Builder staff.
Additional information on MaxTrac logic and RF boards, plus firmware revisions, can be found in this article, An Introduction to the MaxTrac or Radius M100 / M214 / M216 Firmware, Logic Boards and RF boards by Neil WB0EMU.
|Column abbreviations used in the tables below|
|Sys: # of trunked systems||T/A: talk-around available: Yes or No|
|Sub: # of subfleets or groups||Scn: scan available: Yes or No|
|Con: # of conventional channels||Ver: MaxTrac series number for initialization|
|Pwr: # of watts of transmit power||Pnl: panel number for initialization|
|900 MHz Trunked Privacy-Plus|
|900 MHz Trunked SmartNet|
|900 MHz Conventional, 12 Watt|
MaxTrac, Privacy-Plus, SmartNet, RSS, and a whole bunch of other terms are trademarks of Motorola, Inc.
The author can be contacted at: his-callsign [ at ] comcast [ dot ] net.
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