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HT750 vhf Programing

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Nov 11, 2007
I assume you are talking about MDC signalling. If so, you can start by going to that window and looking around. Use the help feature and figure it out. If you can't, ask more specific questions. Good luck.


Tactical Taco Consumer
Premium Subscriber
Jan 10, 2009
NC Taco Command
how do you program an HT750 to transmit your ID?
Load up your CPS software

Signaling > MDC settings > Insert your radio ID "usually defaulted to your radios last 4 numbers of the S/N.

How do you want your ID TX'd, pre? post? or both? your choice. doing both could be annoying, hearing the burst before and after but thats user preference :).

Many options to tinker with in the MDC section but youll get the idea once your there, hope that helps you enough.
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