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Can I Link two places by Vertex station (vx9000) and mobile (vx2200) in Area A and also another station and another mobile in Area B?
* How to link work
And how programmable devices
Clarification in the picture attached,
 

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Can I Link two places by Vertex

Hello

Can I Link two places by Vertex station (vx9000) and mobile (vx2200) in Area A and also another station and another mobile in Area B?

* How to link work

And how programmable devices

Clarification in the picture attached,

I marked up your picture. The way you have it drawn I do not believe that the repeaters would un key. That is a rather backwards way to link two repeaters. I have attached 2 drawings to show how repeaters would normally be linked. Option one is preferred due to being a different band where frequency is less of an issue due to desense



Option 1 is the preferred way to link repeaters. Option 2 can be done with adequate antenna and frequency separation. Or LOTS of filtering


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Thanks for the follow-up
But I want to make it automatically
And a link to and from the sides
 

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Do you have an idea how to be No. 1 way
Settings Repeater settings of mobile
and way the link
 

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Can I Link two places by Vertex

Do you have an idea how to be No. 1 way
Settings Repeater settings of mobile
and way the link

You would need 2 radios that are programmed to either a simplex frequency, or have a frequency pair programmed to talk to each other. When it comes to putting it all together, you will need to find local help. It is rather difficult to explain on a forum


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