Please fuse your radio equipment with properly rated fuses. This will avoid the tendency of some radios to seriously self-destruct in case you accidently reverse the battery lead polarity.
PORTABLES: ®, Motorola MT-2000/MTS-2000, & HT-1000
GE MPD VHF conversion instructions.
GE MPA UHF conversion. Revised 7/19/2000 with the information you have been waiting for!
Motorola MT-2000/MTS-2000 VHF programming hints - Conversion is easy if you have access to the programming hardware and software.
Motorola HT-1000 UHF conversion - Easy if you have access to the programming hardware and software (link to BatLabs).
MOBILES: ®, ®, Motorola Radius®, & Regency/Relm®
GE Delta-S Great information at another Web Site. WB8ZDF (Sam) also has a "roll your own" Delta-S Control Head plans on his site. (Note: This link provided only as a service to YOU, no endorsement implied.)
Tune a GE Delta-S Also learn how to make it a great high power Packet Radio.(Note: This link provided only as a service to YOU, no endorsement implied.)
GE Rangr 150 VHF mobile conversion instructions. GE Rangr (Shown with optional S-825 and S-990 heads).
GE Rangr 450 UHF mobile conversion instructions.
NOTE: I have been told, by another Amateur, that the procedures in these notes work on the 30-50MHz Rangrs to 6 meters (with frequency changes appropriate for the band). 1/21/99. SJC
GE Phoenix-SX VHF/UHF mobile conversion notes... GE Phoenix-SX Shown with an optional DTMF microphone
Midland XTR Model 70-1632B UHF mobile conversion notes..
Motorola Radius® M206 notes at (BatLabs) Motorola Radius M208 The M206 and M216 are similar. (NOTE: This link provided only as a service to YOU, no endorsement implied.)
Regency® RH-606B programming notes.
Y2K notes Notes on the "Y2K Bug" and commercial radios that I have.
Looking for Service Manuals?
Try 'Steve's Spare Books' , he may have what you are looking for. (NOTE: This link provided only as a service to YOU, no endorsement implied.)
CQ CQ K4MBE mobile, Kilo Four Mike Bravo Echo on 146.415 MegaHertz, Over...
If you choose to follow the steps outlined herein, you do so AT YOUR OWN RISK. I cannot,and will not, be responsible for damage to any equipment caused by modifications YOU make to any radio as a result of your reading these documents.
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Sterrett J. Carter
Last revised - 07 May 2004