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This article includes a, but its sources remain unclear because it has insufficient. Please help to this article by more precise citations. (January 2013) () () The Motorola Saber is a product series of The Saber is a commercial radio that was developed for the sometime around 1989. The Saber is widely recognizable by thin, sleek design compared to other radios at the time. Despite the fact that the Saber was originally marketed to the military, many agencies and realized the benefits of the Saber and Motorola soon had a much larger customer base for the radio than they expected. Contents • • • • Saber Conventional [ ] The first Saber line was Conventional operation only.

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The conventional Sabers were capable of PL/DPL and were capable. The Saber came in 4 different flavors; I, II, III, and IE. The Model I has 12 channels in 1 zone. The IE was a Model I with an additional zone of 12 channels, 24 in all. The Model II is either capable of 4 zones of 48 or 10 zones of 120 channels.

This is dependent on the memory. It has a display which was capable of 5 characters if you have the 120 channel 2 KB version or the basic zone/channel display for the 48 channel version. It came with 3 to access menu options. Model III was basically a model II with a full DTMF keypad. Systems Saber [ ] The Systems Saber added analog operation, direct access to functions via the keypad (on the Systems Saber III), and increased to a then-unheard of 255 conventional channels. The Systems Saber also increased the number of channels per zone to sixteen and added the ability to reprogram the function of many of the controls. ASTRO™ Digital Saber [ ] The Astro Saber was introduced in the mid 1990s and was a technologically advanced and state of the art at the time.

The Astro Saber is feature packed Not only is it capable of IMBE Digital and conventional analog on a per channel basis, but also some models are 12.5/25 kHz per channel as well. This makes some Astro Saber Narrow Band compliant. Model I has 16 channels, in 1 zone. Bone Thugs N Harmony 1999 Eternal Zip there. No display or keypad. Model II has 16 channels in 16 zones and a 14 character alphanumeric backlight display. It came with 6 softkey buttons to access an advanced menu.

Astro Saber Iii

Model III was basically a model II with a full DTMF keypad. References [ ].