I have an insatiable appetite for learning stuff — I love to learn, and my healthy curiosity gets me to meeting new people and learning new stuff.
After learning the way to programming Motorola FM analog transceivers, I had to learn the way to program Motorola DMR digital transceivers; and, now, I found myself wanting to learn the way to program Motorola’s P25 digital transceivers.
While I was able to apply my past knowledge of analog and DMR programming to my P25 efforts, they weren’t enough for me to get past the initial P25 programming hurdles.
So, I needed to get a consultant to help me understand the P25 programming framework, and this is the hardest structure to learn in Motorola’s line of transceivers.
The P25 consultant I went with is a guy by the name of Nick Workman (K4NJW). He owns a company called Two Way Radio Sales of Broward; and, he specializes in Motorola P25 programming.
He was able to resolve all of my P25 programming issues; hence, because of Nick, I’m now 100% proficient in programming Motorola P25 transceivers.
Programming a Motorola P25 transceiver is not easy; hence, as a beginner, you will need to get help in programming your Motorola P25 transceiver. Once you get over the initial hurdle, then, although more arduous than FM analog and DMR, the rewards are bountiful, you will find it is a pleasurable experience in the P25 network.
So, if you’re an existing P25 user experiencing a programming glitch or a beginner trying to figure out P25, contact Nick. He is knowledgeable, fast, courteous, professional, and responsive.
Here is Nick’s eBay link: Two Way Radio Sales Of Broward.
/s/ Alfonso Faustino (K6ASF)