This is a free download containing a starter CodePlug for the Anytone AT-D878UVii handheld transceiver. It may also be possible to use it with other Anytone radios.
We have written our own CodePlug generator that contains a database of UK repeaters/gateways plus the TalkGroups available on the DMR network - it then produces a large Excel spreadsheet which we prune into a manageable CSV file to load into the Anytone software. This includes all DMR+FM repeaters plus MB6/MB7 gateways that have a "mode" of AV, DV or MULTI on the UKRepeater website. Where a repeater is MULTI, there'll be separate channels for DMR and FM.
Anytone radios permit easy "dial-in" of TalkGroups, so there are minimal entries "per repeater" - this means that you can select a custom TalkGroup via the keypad when you wish to TX.
A few Zones are offered as a starter but it's up to you to add your local repeaters into them. There is also a UK+Ireland "Contacts" list stored in the radio.
The popular "TS1 ALL" / "TS2 ALL" channels are retained allowing you to monitor *all* activity on a particular Time-Slot without needing to find the active TalkGroup.
WHAT YOU WILL NEED TO DO:
In order to get on-air with this CodePlug, you will have to carry out the following:
This CodePlug file is offered on a free "take it as you find it" basis without any kind of support - we used it as a starting block for our own radio. We may update this file as repeater/network configurations change. Our database takes the UKRepeater listing plus information from other DMR websites to ascertain the specific regions/links/talkgroups for each repeater - where possible, we've included default "TalkGroup links" but may not have been able to find them all.
CHIRP CSV File
You can also grab our FREE UK Repeater (and EchoLink) CSV file for CHIRP which you can use to load memories into your radio. This file contains all GB3/GB7/MB6/MB7 systems (over 900 entries) for use with FM and digital (DMR, Fusion etc) radios. Open this file in CHIRP, "read" from your radio and then copy+paste your chosen memories across before sending them back to the radio.