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Radius M100/M206/M208/M214/M216 Model Information Motorola Radius Mobile Radios M100, M206, M208, M214, M216 Series Compiled by Robert W. Meister WA1MIK All of this information came from the Motorola Radius Service Manual 6880101W58A circa 1988/1989 with lots of revision sheets. All of the boards listed below are used in the MaxTrac mobile radios; see the MaxTrac Detailed Service Manual for schematics.
All electronic parts are interchangeable except the firmware, which governs the radio's model number and features. (You can replace the EPROM with MaxTrac firmware but then you'd need to use MaxTrac software to program it, and the model number would change.) The front panel labels and volume control knob are slightly different. The RADMBL (HVN9173 or HVN9174) DOS-only RSS package is used to program the Radius radios. These radios are all conventional; trunking was only available on the MaxTrac models. M100 series have 2 modes. M206 series have 6 modes. M214 series have 14 modes and seem to be the only ones that offer Scanning.
They require an expanded logic board (one with firmware on an EPROM). Motorola introduced the M208 and M216 series, which have 8 and 16 modes respectively. The model numbers have Revision letter B for the 8 and 16 mode radios. Channel Steering is also available on radios with the 16-pin accessory jack. The only Radius firmware IC is HLN9277A. This is not meant to be an all-encompassing, know-all, do-all article about Motorola Radius radios.
As such, there may be additional, newer information available from other sources. It's just a summary of information extracted from the above-mentioned service manual. For all intents and purposes, the Radius models mentioned here are identical to the MaxTrac 50, 100, and 300 models documented elsewhere. A lot of assemblies can be mixed, matched, and swapped between the two radio series. The radios and RSS are no longer sold but some of the more common parts are still available from Motorola.
NOTES: 1: 29 MHz is shown instead of 29.7 MHz as the low limit for some frequency ranges or bands. 2: Power values are in Watts. 3: Band, Band Segment, and Freq Range values are in MHz.
Motorola Radius M110 VHF FM PMR transceiver modified to an amateur radio Turn a professional 2m VHF FM PMR transceiver Motorola Radius M110 into an amateur radio Modification by Beno S56KZN and Aleks S56AL W A R N I N G - All modifications described on this page are performed to your own risk. Authors can not overtake any responsibility of any sort of the possible damages that would result from unskilfully performed modifications, described on this web page. The PMR VHF transceiver Motorola Radius M110 (in further text referred as M110) was manufactured by Motorola GmbH therefore being an European radio. Since many professional radio service users has replaced this transceiver with newer gear, a considerable number of M110 has appeared on HAM flea markets. M110 is a simple yet fine transceiver with pretty good receiving performance and it would be a waste to throw it away or to use it just as a source of electronic components instead of giving it a new life in the HAM shack.
Motorola Radius M110 Service Manual
Check a, the new and front pannel For additional information on Motorola Radius M110 please visit also The modification described on this page is not just a reprogramming of the existing 9 channels of the M110 to HAM frequencies. It is a hardware upgrade that will turn the PMR transceiver into a full-featured HAM transceiver.
After the modification has been done the transceiver supports following functionality: Coverage of the complete European 2m HAM band 144.000,0 kHz.