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Baofeng issue

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Hello,

I have a baofeng uv5r radio that I want to setup for use with a motorola cls1110 radio. The cls is set at channel 1, frequency 6 and code 77. I have attempted to set it up but am not having much luck. I am doing this manually, I do not have the USB cable for use with chirp.

Any suggestions would be appreciated.
 
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You need to determine what the actual radio frequency that "channel 1, frequency 6" means. From there you enter it into the 'Feng. Then you need to know what the actual CTCSS tone is that labeled as "code 77" and enter that into the 'feng. That's it.
 
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Thank you for the quick responses. I had the DCS code set wrong. According to the manual that came with my unit it was to be set at D464N but after a tenious Google search for frequencies on this model it should have been set to D265N. Once that new value was set everything clicked and I am able to send and receive.

Now I am looking forward to seeing how it functions at work.

Thanks again!
 
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