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I had one of these for about 3 months but sold it due to not being able to source a programming cable. It's basically a handheld SRM1000. These terminals are a little different from modern terminals, in that they are 3 Watt's output power (most modern terminals are around 20 Milli-Watt's in DMO).
The software is the same as for the SRM1000, so if you can get the programming lead for the SRP1000, it would make a good, solid radio.
Beware! These things are NOT dinky little toys, and are
bigger and heavier than your average Motorola GP340.
If anyone out there has one of these running in DMO and has the programming lead, let me know! I'd love to have a look and could possibly even update firmware etc.

  • Big and bulky
  • High output power
  • Sketchy operation with repeaters
  • Very good battery endurance
  • Very clear audio (slightly more treble than Motorola products)
  • Rare as hens teeth
  • Programming leads difficult to source
  • Most specimens are TT band (380 - 400Mhz)