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Motorola XPR-6580 - Talkgroups

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Either I did not make my question clear or I don't understand your answer. I want to be able to see what talkgroup is associated with each channel using just the radio. Is there a menu item or button that will show me this information? BTW the radio is being used on an analog trunking system.

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You might be able to view the groups in the Contacts menu, but I'm not sure. If this XPR is used for analog trunking your best bet would be to use something like UniTrunker or Trunk88 to monitor the system while flipping thru the channels.
 
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