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Kenwood Fleetsync

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Dec 26, 2013
Ft. Myers, FL
I have NX-300 portables and a NXR-810 repeater that are using the Fleetsync PTT ID. When I add a new radio name with the Fleet ID and Radio ID do you have to update every radio or just the repeater? We have a lot of radio's and would hate to update all of them. There is a Fleetsync port on the back of the repeater and looks like a phone jack. Let me know. Thanks,


Lots and lots of watts
Premium Subscriber
Dec 5, 2008
Calif Whine Country
If you add a new ID to the mix of fleetsync radios, you'll have to update the alias table in every radio for the name to show on the display. Otherwise all that will come up is the ID number. You'll have to touch every radio.

The port on the back of the NX-810 is for networking, has nothing to do with fleetsync.

My question is why you aren't using nexedge? Digital has over the air aliasing and removes the headache you're facing all together.

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