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How do I use my Motorola Talkabout 250 walkie talkie?

How do I use my Motorola Talkabout 250 walkie talkie?

Instructions for a Motorola TalkAbout 250

  1. Insert new batteries into the device by removing the battery cover on the back of the radio.
  2. Turn on the radio by pressing the red button that is on the front of the device.
  3. Press the “Up”and “Down” buttons near the LCD display to select a channel.

How do I program my Motorola Talkabout?

Selecting the Channel

  1. Press Menu until the channel number starts to flash.
  2. Press or to change the channel. Long press on these keys allows you to scroll through the channels rapidly to browse the codes.
  3. Press PTT button to exit menu or Menu to continue set up. Note: Your radio has eight channels by default.

Do all Motorola Talkabout radios work together?

All radios that support FRS and/or GMRS use the same frequencies, so they are compatible with each other. If you use the same channel and privacy code on your devices you should be able to communicate with each other very easily. Do walkie talkies need to be the same brand?

What frequency do most walkie talkies use?

Two-way radios (or walkie-talkies) generally operate in the 136 MHz to 900 MHz frequency range, as defined by the FCC. This is an overview of the various services and bands of frequencies. For a complete guide to all the officially assigned frequencies, you can refer to the FCC Online Table of Frequency Allocations.

What is the best two way radio?

With the above tips in mind, here are our top picks for buying your next two-way radio.

  • Midland Micromobile Two-Way Radio Kit.
  • Uniden Two-Way Radio Walkie Talkie.
  • Midland GMRS Two-Way Radio.
  • Motorola T100 Talkabout Radio.

Can walkie talkies be traced?

2 way radios are difficult to trace. Two-way radios, also known as walkie-talkies, remain popular even after the advent of cell phones. Police and security forces, the armed forces, event managers, hunters and many others use them. Two-way radios are extremely difficult to trace.