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Can you listen to analog frequencies on tyt 380?

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Can you listen to analog frequencies on tyt 380?
If so? How ?
Specifically emergency channels like weather

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Can you listen to analog frequencies on tyt 380?
If so? How ?
Specifically emergency channels like weather

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Yes - In addition to DMR operation, the Tytera MD-380 is also capable of analog operation on frequencies within its specified range. To listen to any of the NOAA weather frequencies at 162 MHz, you would need a VHF model. The determination of analog or digital mode is accomplished in the CHANNEL tab of the CPS.

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Yes - In addition to DMR operation, the Tytera MD-380 is also capable of analog operation on frequencies within its specified range. To listen to any of the NOAA weather frequencies at 162 MHz, you would need a VHF model. The determination of analog or digital mode is accomplished in the CHANNEL tab of the CPS.



John AC4JK


Thank you that's exactly the procedure I am looking for. I am trying to find the reference and steps to select cps and enter the frequency


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