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Old 06-11-2018, 11:43 AM
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Question Baofeng UV-82 Frequency

New to radios. I am programming my new Baofeng UV-82 using CHIRP and I have a channel that is a bit different than others and not sure how to enter this.

RX Frequency is 155.925000, RX PL is 77.00, TX Freq is 153.98000 (-offset of 1.945000) but my TX PL is a DTCS code of 331 with an NN pol. Not sure how this gets entered in. Never seen a TSQL tone with a TX DTCS code. Again, I am new to this.
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Old 06-11-2018, 12:02 PM
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did you read the manual? maybe these cheap radios don;t do PL\DPL splits on a frequency?
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You need to use Cross Mode in Chirp for separate TX/RX tones.
https://chirp.danplanet.com/projects...yEditorColumns
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You need to use Cross Mode in Chirp for separate TX/RX tones.
https://chirp.danplanet.com/projects...yEditorColumns
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I think I got it. Had to use cross tone mode then cross mode of DTCS > Tone

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Don't you just love when the self-proclaimed experts say "read the manual".
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Don't you just love when the self-proclaimed experts say "read the manual".
well i do read them AND i Google to find answers
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