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Old 04-16-2017, 9:23 AM
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Default Hytera PD-782G FPP on Analog Channels

My understanding of FPP on the Hytera PD-782G is that TX/RX frequencies can only be modified on Digital Channels. Indeed, as I look at the literature available on their FPP, it appears that only the CTCSS/CDCSS mode and CTCSS frequencies can be changed on Analog Channels.

I can find nothing in the Hytera literature nor in online searches that confirms that Analog Channel TX/RX frequencies can be changed via FPP.

I've been able to experiment with a new PD782G that has the latest firmware (A8.01.02.03) and the behavior of this particular unit confirms my understanding.

If this is correct, it would seem to be a significant deficiency of their implementation of FPP.

Would one of the Hytera users/experts confirm this or enlighten me, please? Thanks.
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