Originally Posted by pandmstone
OK, but when you transmit, does the radio, when in narrowband and you have the same frequencies on that channel, does the radio convert the old frequencies to narrowband or do I need to do the math, change the "old" frequencies to narrowband and keep the column on the software to N?
(Sorry, I can see what I am trying to say, but putting it in words is a little confusing)
There should be no math. If you are presently on wideband 156.1000 and go narrowband on the same frequency, it will still be 156.1000 - no change except you make it (N)
What is tripping up a LOT of people - the actual frequency does not designate narrow or wideband.
453.1125 - four digits to the right of the the period, does NOT mean it is a narrowband channel. We
see a lot of people claiming that they can program their two way radio to a frequency like that - and then claiming their radio will do narrowband.
IE, there is no "math" to be done.