I’m a big fan of the Motorola XTS 5000 series. Although discontinued by Motorola in December 2019, the Motorola XTS 5000 is still relevant and in use by many first responder agencies and government agencies.
For HAM operators, the Motorola XTS 5000 is an excellent choice for HAM operators wanting to get into P25 Phase I.
Two of the several items you will need for the Motorola XTS 5000 is the Customer Programming Software and the programming cable.
This BLOG is about the programming cable.
I got my Motorola XTS 5000 programming cable from Mark V. Dunkle.
He spent a lot of research and development in creating his programming cable to effectively work with the Motorola XTS 5000.
Depending on your Window OS, Mark V. Dunkle’s program cable will be recognized and appropriated with the proper driver. If your Windows OS doesn’t have the driver, not to worry…Mark V. Dunkle has the driver you can download and install into your Window OS.
I’ve had 100% reliability with Mark V. Dunkle’s Motorola XTS 5000 programming cable.
You can check out Mark V. Dunkle’s Motorola XTS 5000 programming cable by visiting his web-site; or, you can email: Mark at BlueMax49ers dot com.
/s/ Alfonso Faustino