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Programing TYT MD-380 with analog frequency

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In the software for the MD-380 create a Zone called Analog (or whatever)

Create Channels in the Channels Information folder with the repeater info. (Freq, name, offset, tone)

Go to your Analog Zone, and add those Analog Channels to it's list.
 

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In the software for the MD-380 create a Zone called Analog (or whatever)



Create Channels in the Channels Information folder with the repeater info. (Freq, name, offset, tone)



Go to your Analog Zone, and add those Analog Channels to it's list.


Thanks for the help but I was hoping for a more detailed step by step.
For example I don't know what to put in ctcss/dsc dec and enc.
Check screenshot please




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CTCSS if used, would be the PL Tone. If you're just listening and don't have any other agencies on the same freq with a different tone, it's not an issue. Consult the RR database for info. Also, you may want to set it to RX only so as not to inadvertently transmit where you're not licensed
 
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