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Radio Programming.....

WARNING: SOFTWARE, CABLES and KITS are NOT RETURNABLE - NO REFUNDS!

Note: Some Midland programming cables come with 25 pin female serial connectors. These look exactly like your typical  25 pin "D" printer connector. Most modern computers use a 9 pin serial connector for com ports 1 & 2. These cables REQUIRE a 25 pin male to 9 pin female adapter to mate with your typical serial port. These are available from any computer store for under five dollars and ARE NOT INCLUDED with the programming cable.

CAUTION: Always UPLOAD (read) the radio first:

1
.UPLOAD (read) the radio and SAVE a backup copy of
   your original (unedited) file to your hard drive.
2.EDIT the file. Add, delete channels, change CTCSS/DCS
   codes, alpha tags, etc.
3.SAVE a backup copy of the edited file to your hard drive.
4.DOWNLOAD (send) edited data file to radio.

Note: Never start programming from the default file that loads when the software starts. Editing the existing file that's contained onboard the radio's micro controller is required because it contains non-user technical data needed for proper operation.

DOS Programs / Windows Programs

DOS   Windows
PROGRAMMED FILE   PROGRAMMED FILE
70-112B 112.exe   75-440 Mid_Alan.exe
      80-150
      80-400
      Titan Mobiles titan320.exe
      XTR RadioPro.exe
      Syn-Tech II
      70-160 Securicor.exe
      70-170B
      70-162
      70-260
      70-270

 
Older/No Longer Available
Midland Mobile Radios

Programming cable and software available:
70-1488W-CD software / 70-1308A cable
 

XTR Models

 

Syn-Tech II Models

70-1336   70-050x
70-1340   70-052x
70-1342   70-055x
70-1395   70-056x
70-1440   70-342x
70-1442   70-442x
70-1495   70-385x
70-1526   70-485x
70-1530   70-530x
70-1532   70-565x
70-1630   70-630x
70-1632   70-665x

 

WARNING!
You must have the following if you intend to purchase DOS programming software, cables, etc. :

  • An understanding of Microsoft DOS, including:
    • DOS Commands.
    • How to install DOS programs.
    • How to configure COM & LPT Ports.
    • How to "Boot Up" in DOS mode.
    • How to use and read floppy disks.
    • General knowledge of  DOS operating system.
  • A computer with DOS Ver5.0 to Ver6.22 installed:
    • The higher the version the better - Ver6.22 is best.
    • Windows ME, NT, 2000 and XP - WILL NOT WORK! 
    • Non-Microsoft versions of DOS - WILL NOT WORK!
    • Windows 95/98 DOS - USUALLY WILL NOT WORK!
    • Linux, Unix, etc., etc. - WILL NOT WORK!
  • An OLD, SLOW computer:
    • Boot computer and run program in DOS.
    • Speed - 16 to 100 MHz - MAX . 
    • RAM - 8MB or more.
    • Mouse and Printer make using Software easier.
    • Compaq Computers usually don't work because of COM PORT design.
    • We get reports that some new, fast computers work but most do not.
  • A Computer with Windows 95, 98, ME, NT, 2000, ME or XP installed...Yikes!
    • Some Program Disks come as Windows compressed files or "Zip" files. They must be un-Zipped or un-Compressed in Windows then installed and run on an old DOS computer. I know this sounds crazy but it's true!
  • An understanding of FCC rules and regulations:
    • Programming channels you are not authorized or properly licensed to transmit on is illegal.
    • Programming receive only channels is usually always OK. Check your State and Local Government regulations.
    • Multec Communications / rfwiz.com is not liable for the improper or illegal use of any product or service which it has provided.
    • Multec Communications / rfwiz.com reserves the right to require Proof of Licensing or Written Authorization before programming any transmit frequencies in 2-Way type radios or selling Programming Software.
  • Cables:
    • All Midland programming cables come with 25 pin female serial connectors. These look exactly like your typical  25 pin "D" printer connector. Most modern computers use a 9 pin serial connector for com ports 1 & 2. These cables REQUIRE a 25 pin male to 9 pin female adapter to mate with your typical serial port. These are available from any computer store for under five dollars and ARE NOT INCLUDED with the programming cable.
  • User Tips:
    • Always UPLOAD (read) the radio first, edit the file, save a backup copy to your hard drive then and only then DOWNLOAD (send) data to radio. Never start programming from the default file that loads when the program starts. Editing the existing file that's contained onboard the radio's micro controller is required because it contains non-user technical data needed for proper operation.
  • Advanced User Tips:
    • It has been reported that some faster computers may work by changing the settings in the Windows Device Manager. (Always write down your original settings so your can undo any changes)
    • Reduced COM port "bits per second" rate to 1200
    • Advanced Settings: reduce receive and transmit buffers to lowest setting. (may help to try disabling FIFO buffers)

NOTE: Programming SOFTWARE and CABLES are NOT RETURNABLE - NO REFUNDS!!!

If you don't understand the above or are unfamiliar with any of the requirements I recommend you do not purchase the programming software and cable. If you have a local Computer Shop they sometimes will sell you a suitable computer and set up your software for a reasonable fee. Print this page and bring it in to them first to see if they can help.  Microsoft DOS is obsolete but radio programming software designers still write programs using it. We will program the first 10 channels free in any radio purchased new from us. Additional channels will require a labor charge since a 200 channel radio can take several hours to program and check. 

 

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