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TK-D340U / KPG-166 DMR Talkgroup


Owner ScanNewEngland.
Database Admin
Feb 15, 2010
New England
I have a question. I have about six TK-D340U radios and the KPG-166 software that was bought all in one. I setup one of the radios to do DMR on a channel, and I have the CC and TS set properly but the TG is set to the standard "all call" TG (16777189). How can I change the specific TG using the KPG software? I can't seem to find where that is changed. The radios are only used simplex but I don't want to use an "all call" TG for them. Thanks.


Premium Subscriber
Jul 14, 2002
Dmr, group list
That's where you add the GID

Then go to that channel, channel edit, look for pttselcall, change the number to the list number of change or needed TG.