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Old 04-28-2018, 1:54 AM
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I'm programming a GPH radio via computer and don't need or want all 20 channels in each group. Leaving a channel blank or unprogrammed causes the radio to beep and flash "DISABLED" on the display. Is there any way to fix this? What does somebody do if they don't need to program all 500 channels in the radio?
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Old 04-29-2018, 10:58 PM
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You can either put in a channel called blank with the WX channel as rx if you want. If I have empty channels at the end of a group, I just leave the channel as ‘Channel XX’ where XX is the channel # and put in a rx only frequency like a WX channel.
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I usually put in a weather or TACTICAL channel that isn't used all the time and then on the alpha I say BLANK.
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