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Motorola Releases Two New MURS Radios

rdm2.jpgIf you've been looking for a true dedicated MURS radio, your search is over. Motorola has just released two models, creating their new RDM series of MURS Two-Way Radios!

MURS (Multi Use Radio Service) is a set of five VHF frequencies allotted for both personal and business communications without the need of a license. Motorola is the first manufacturer we know of to produce a true MURS radio, complete with Part 95 approval and support for all five MURS frequencies.

The Motorola RDM Series MURS Two-Way Radios are high quality, business grade products that also meet military specs for durability. The RDM Series radios are also compatible with default frequencies on other popular but now discontinued 2 watt VHF radios such as the Kenwood TK-2200 and Motorola XTN XV1100, XTN XV2100, and XTN VX2600 series radios.

The Motorola RDM series launched with two models and we have them both! The Motorola RDM2020 MURS Two Way Radio has 2 channels and is simple to use. It features a tri-color LED to indicate transmit, receive and battery status. It also has two user programmable buttons so you can customize the functionality of the radio according to your needs.

The Motorola RDM2080d MURS Two Way Radio has 8 channels with aliasing and five user programmable buttons. In addition to the tri-color LED and other features of the RDM2020, the RDM2080d sports a display to accommodate additional features such as a battery gauge and signal strength indicator.

Both models offer 39 analog and 84 digital interference eliminator codes, channel scan, three voice-inversion scramble settings, three audible call tones, a 2 pin accessory plug that is compatible with the RDX/XTN/CLS series radios, and hands-free VOX mode with three sensitivity levels when used with compatible accessories (the RDM2080d also offers iVOX, which doesn't require accessories). Both radios have excellent audio quality and are built to industrial standards.

The RDM Series MURS radios are identical to models in the RDX Series. In fact, RDM2020 and RDM2080d MURS radios are actually the same radios as the RDV2020 and RDV2080d, respectively. The only fundamental difference is the frequencies on which they operate. The RDM2020 and RDM2080d support MURS VHF frequencies, while the RDV2020 and RDV2080d support 27 VHF business frequencies.

If you would like more information on the new Motorola RDM Series radios give us a call at 1-800-584-1445 or send us an e-mail. If you would like to know more about MURS check out the MURS Fact and Data Sheet or join the MURS discussions in our forums.

9 thoughts on “Motorola Releases Two New MURS Radios”

  • Rick

    Robert, the RDM2070d is produced by Motorola exclusively for one specific company, and is customized for their retail operations. You will need to consult with the Motorola rep for the company directly for assistance with any programming modifications for this model.

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  • Robert

    I am trying to program 2 company radios RDM2070D to work together on a secondary murs channel. I have the usb cable and downloaded the actual software from motorola keep getting a invalid region code. I've tried Business Radio CPS V6, RDM Series MURS CPS V1.0 and RDX Series CPS V3.0. They all say invalid region code. I've checked the manual and online and unable to find the region code for this radio any help will be welcomed..

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  • Rick

    Hi James, we are based in Rock Hill, SC. If you purchased the CP110 from Florida it probably wasn't from us. We do offer programming for the radios we sell. For more information, please give us a call at 1-800-584-1445 8AM to 6PM ET weekdays.

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  • James Canfield
    James Canfield March 10, 2016 at 8:54 am

    I purchased a Motorola CP110 2 watt 16 chnl radio some time
    ago I think from fla, not sure if it was from your company. I have
    tried a number of time to find a Motorola dealer who has the program to
    program new frequencies in it, however, none have the right program
    for this unit so it stays on the shelf without being used. I need the MURS
    channels 1-5 programed plus a few monitoring frequencies with ctcss
    codes. Do you have the capabilities to program this unit, if so, how much and what is the correct address to forward it. tks..JC

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  • R2 D2

    I love my rdm2080d, the trick with vhf band is a vertical horizontal thing out in the open or out on the water you can get around 5 miles range more if you use monitor feature and larger capacity battery pack rated at 26 hours before needing a charge. These units are loaded with features Thumbs up motorola

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  • Rick

    James, we would need more information, including the specific frequencies and the number of radios needed to be programmed. Please give us a call at 1-800-584-1445.

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  • James Canfield

    Re: CP110 programming
    Need my CP110 (16 chnl) Programed. Please advise cost and
    shipping info. tks..
    JC

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  • Just for the sake of clarification, you should be aware of the fact that both Dakota Alert and Ritron, Inc. were (and are) producing MURS radios well before the announcement of the Motorola RDM2000 series.

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  • Ted

    In the brochure for these radios there was an indication that there are radios that operate between 902 and 928 that putout 1 W. Do U sell these?
    How are they programmed?
    Thanks
    Ted
    kb6uda

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  • Ted

    How many channels does the Motorola MURS radio have?
    Wha is the cost?
    What is the power output?
    How is the antenna hooked to the radio (BNC or SMA)?
    Thanks
    Ted

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  • Jim Canfield

    Why would motorola make a MURS radio that has
    a fixed antenna. Most people who use MURS radios
    have rooftop antennas for their vehicles which would
    preclude using this radio, somebody is not thinking
    in the geek room..

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