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Old 02-13-2018, 6:46 PM
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Default Bendix King DPL Tone

Didn't know where else to stick this as I didn't see a Bendix sub. Forgive my ignorance I very rarely put my hands on a Bendix King radio. I have a DPHX that I'm trying to change the DPL on to communicate with some Moto's. All I see is standard PL tones and NACS. Is there not a way to use a DPL tone with these radios? Or is that something that would have to be done in the software? Thanks in advance.
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Old 03-28-2018, 2:30 AM
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If you're familiar with keyboard-programming the DPHx (you can do it in software or clone as well, of course)... when you get to the CG part, press the # key. It will say "D000" (those are zeros) on the display. Enter the DPL, using 0 through 7 keys.

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Old 04-05-2018, 9:40 AM
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For the benefit of others, if you're using the software to program, simply type Dxxx - with the x's being the dpl code - in the channel guard column(s).
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