Mitex Radios

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Reprogramming

I've got 4 Mitex site radios which need reprogrammed back to their original settings.

Can anyone suggest any software which can do this (including any specific hardware I might need) and/or anyone who can do this as a job (possibly remotely)?

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Yes, this can be done using SFE820 software as can be found on here. A standard Kenwood type lead is required as well. A Google search (for an image) for MITEX SITE will get you a image of the channels, frequencies etc. I have used this system many times for my MITEX GENERAL radios which are basically the same but different frequencies.
Now that is you helped - I need, but can't find anywhere, software for my MITEX PRO radios which carry all the MItex channels but that software is of no help.
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Thanks, seem to be able to plug in and read the channels for the radios and then maybe change them, but the radios still don't seem to be able to communicate together after that. Can I change just 1 channel at a time (making sure all details in that row are the same) or do I need to change all channels together? Thanks.
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Yes, you can change just one channel - with both radios obviously. Essential that all settings are identical. Did you locate a frequency list for the Site radios? Best of luck. Ideally you need a good Site radio, then READ from it - then WRITE to the radios you need to program.
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Thanks, haven't got a Mitex frequency list, but have managed to copy all but 1 radio together as 1 group (the software cant read/write to one radio - which I think needs some TLC).

Last question (hopefully) - I've got General, Xtreme and Sport versions of radios as well - will this version of the software work with all of them?

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