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Channel Table for Walmart RDM2070D

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The last 4 in the list from u2brent are MURS, whch is what the local Wal Mart and Sams Club have used in many areas. The first 2 are not MURS.
 

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Correct. 154.570. This is the default list all stores get pre programmed. It can change if the store manager or someone in loss prevention wishes to change the tones.

The first 2 are same as the other 2 without tones so when stores do major overhauls they send a crew to another store and all can communicate if the other stores use different tones but mainly so if they got interference they could go to the tone.

This also doesn't apply to the stores whom started to or utilized the dtr 410s, 550s due to interference.

As far as I know stores are to report major interference and if it becomes a issue they will send from corporate at corporate cost the dtr 550s, 410s. As far as I know they password them and word has slowly gotten out about the default from box programming being used.
 
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