How to Program Motorola EM and EP Series Radios with CPS R05.14 Software
If you own a Motorola EM or EP series radio, you may want to program it with the Customer Programming Software (CPS) R05.14, which is a software tool that allows you to customize the features and settings of your radio. In this article, we will show you how to download, install and use the CPS R05.14 software to program your EM or EP series radio.
Step 1: Download the CPS R05.14 software
The CPS R05.14 software is available for download from various online sources, such as 4shared.com or lamachodpa.com. You will need to register an account and agree to the terms and conditions before you can download the software. The file name is EM_and_EP_Series_CPS_R05.14.zip and it has a size of about 10 MB.
Step 2: Install the CPS R05.14 software
After you download the CPS R05.14 software, you will need to unzip it to a folder on your computer. Then, run the setup.exe file and follow the instructions on the screen to install the software. You may need to restart your computer after the installation is complete.
Step 3: Connect your radio to your computer
To program your radio with the CPS R05.14 software, you will need a compatible programming cable that connects your radio to your computer's USB port. You can find such cables on amazon.com or other online stores. Make sure your radio is turned off before you connect it to your computer.
Step 4: Launch the CPS R05.14 software
Once you have connected your radio to your computer, launch the CPS R05.14 software by double-clicking on its icon on your desktop or in your start menu. You will see a window like this:
On the left side of the window, you will see a list of options that allow you to read or write data from or to your radio, clone data from another radio, edit frequencies and channels, change settings and features, and more.
Step 5: Read data from your radio
Before you make any changes to your radio, it is recommended that you read the existing data from your radio and save it as a backup file on your computer. To do this, click on Device > Read Data from Radio on the menu bar. You will see a progress bar indicating the reading process. When it is done, you will see a message saying \"Read Data from Radio Completed\". Click OK to close the message.
Then, click on File > Save As on the menu bar and choose a location and a name for your backup file. The file extension should be .rdt (for example, EM450.rdt). Click Save to save the file.
Step 6: Edit data on your radio
Now that you have read and saved the data from your radio, you can edit it according to your preferences and needs. To do this, click on Edit > General Settings on the menu bar. You will see a window like this:
In this window, you can change various settings of your radio, such as model name, serial number, power level, scan list, squelch level, time-out timer, etc. You can also click on other options under Edit on the menu bar to change other aspects of your radio, such as frequencies and channels, signaling systems, buttons and tones, etc.
After you make any changes, click OK to close the window and apply the changes.
Step 7: Write data to your radio
When you are done editing the data on your radio, you need to write it back to your radio so that it takes effect. To do this, click on Device > Write Data to Radio on the menu bar. You will see a progress bar indicating the writing process. When a474f39169