Though Motorola is primarily know for their mobile phones, they also produce a line of popular multi-frequency two-way radios that are designed for use by construction workers and security personnel. A discontinued Motorola two-way radio model, the Radius P1225 operates on both the UHF and VHF radio frequencies and offers over 16 different frequency channels. You can program all of your favorite frequency channels into your Motorola Radius P1225 so that you can access them again at the touch of a button.
Locate the "Memory" button on your Motorola Radius P1225 two-way radio; press it.
Rotate the "Frequency" knob at the top of the two-way radio to set it to the desired frequency. Choose between two different UHF frequency channels and 16 different VHF frequency channels.
Press the "Memory" button a second time.
Press the desired button on the two-way radio's numeric keypad to assign the current frequency channel a number between zero and nine; you can press the button that you choose in order to access the current frequency channel once you have programmed the unit.
Press the "Memory" button once more to save the current frequency channel and associated number into the unit's memory.