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tcarroll4

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What needs to be done after purchasing Moto CPS Dwnld to open open Analog on UHF XPR7550?

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Analog is automatically part of the XPR7550. You just have to create an analog channel. In your zone that you want to add an analog channel, you right-click on the zone and then select "Add" and under the drop-down list, you select "Analog." Then you just put in the settings that you want for that channel, i.e., frequency, tone, etc.
 

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You may also need to obtain the 25MHz EID if you are planning to add ham analog frequencies to your XPR7550.
 
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