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CS700 Programming Question

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SCPD

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So, I just got my CS700 DMR radio; programming seems pretty straight forward the only question I had was... how do I input a group?

For instance: ColorCode 1; Slot 1: and Group 1000... how do I input the group 1000 part? Thanks.
 

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I ended up downloading a starter code plug from NorCalDMR.org to figure things out. That might help you.

Talkgroups are set up in "Digital Contacts." Make all of your talkgroups there, then use the pulldown menu for "Contact Name" within the channel config to select the talkgroup for that channel.
 

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Hi there,

I'm an utter DMR novice, but I think I can help.

You need to program digital contact, and digital group call tabs. Then you can add the contact and group call
information to the channel data.

I suggest skimming this video on basic DMR programming which was very helpful to me.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U83hCT5ehdU
 

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I can help you program it. I done quite a few testings with a system I'm familiar with in setup. I ran into a few bugs along the way. But, I help you out as best I can. Let me know how you want it setup.
 
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