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DMR In Public Safety

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Premium Subscriber
Oct 20, 2008
Clinton, TN

I have noticed a few public safety services now using DMR! I have found the information in RadioRef for the frequencies, CC, SL and TG. My question is: How do I program this info in my Tytera MD380? For instance, here is the information for one of the county EMS providers:

Freq: 453.48750, CC-7, TG-80, SL-1.

Being new to DMR, I am having a hard time knowing where to program this information in the MD380 software.

I also understand that this service uses 3 different repeaters with DMR.

Just some guidance would be helpful!




Mar 12, 2014
Do you not understand how to program the MD380 in general or are you asking specifically about the information you provided?

One caveat: The Public Safety system you'd like to monitor is very likely on a trunked system and you're not going to be able to follow them well if at all.
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