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PSR 600 Digital Decode Issue Problem

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My local PD (Cranston, RI) shows "RM" for mode in the database at RR. It also shows "DEF NAC" in the code column. I believe (I'm not sure) that CPD uses P5. I have a new GRE PSR 600 and I cannot get CPD to decode; I can see the signal strength display toggling on and off so I know they are on the air.

I am using ARC 500 software.

TNX, Sylg
 
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Still an issue;

I am using ARC 500 programming software.
The entry in question is in the CONV section
The 2 entry points are SQ Mode and SQ Code.
I have tried "search" in each and then in both.
Neither will accept "FM" as an entry.

Is it possible this can be done from the radio KB rather than from the programming software?

I appreciate your help. :)

Syl
 
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My local PD (Cranston, RI) shows "RM" for mode in the database at RR. It also shows "DEF NAC" in the code column. I believe (I'm not sure) that CPD uses P5. I have a new GRE PSR 600 and I cannot get CPD to decode; I can see the signal strength display toggling on and off so I know they are on the air.

I am using ARC 500 software.

TNX, Sylg
If you move your cursor over the Mode heading in the database, it would show you that R= repeater, M= mobile. It is a frequency used as an output and simplex frequency for your PD. If you leave the squelch mode in Search, it will automatically show the NAC, which is like CTCSS and DCS, but digital.
HTH,
Larry
 

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I am using ARC 500 programming software.
The entry in question is in the CONV section
The 2 entry points are SQ Mode and SQ Code.
I have tried "search" in each and then in both.
Neither will accept "FM" as an entry.

Is it possible this can be done from the radio KB rather than from the programming software?

I appreciate your help. :)

Syl
My Web Import. All listed as Search was entered by double click in blank cell and selecting Search
 

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