Transmitted User RAN: #  Local Repeater set to decode RAN: #  Network Condition  Remote Networked Repeaters.
RAN 1

RAN 1 (Matching RAN) Audio is repeated locally and sent on to networ.

Since the repeater was accessed with a matching RAN network packets are sent to all other repeaters on the network. If RAN 1 is received from the network and RAN 1 is opened, the repeater will re-broadcast if it does not have the RAN open, it can only be used for local traffic.
RAN 1 RAN 2. Repeater is not accessed. No network Traffic. Available for local and network traffic.
RAN 2,3,4 etc Repeater is not accessed. No network Traffic. Available for local and network traffic.
RAN 0 RANS 1-63 (No match) Repeater is not accessed. No network Traffic. Available for local and network traffic.
RAN 1 to 63 RAN=0: This allows the re-transmitting of any RAN and sends the users RAN on to the network. All information sent on to network. Any repeater with RAN 0 open will rebroadcast traffic.
Analog Signal No Access No Access Available for voice& network.