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rwilcox1951

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Good afternoon. I’m attempting to program an Anytone AT-D878UV radio with a local DMR repeater. I’m a General class ham (KM4JYM). I’m a little confused...the Info on Radio Reference shows a single frequency of 443.975 without any mention of whether or not this is the receive or transmit frequency. It also doesn’t mention if there is an offset either + or - . Can anyone shed any light on this? Thanks in advance.
 

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something to remember ALL 70 cm (aka 440) have a + 5mhz offset and all 2-meter repeaters have a .600 offset.
all 145 & 146 have a - offset & all 147 have a + offset.
the only exception is 147.000 it has a .600 but can be + or - offset if there coordinated 95% are
 

rwilcox1951

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something to remember ALL 70 cm (aka 440) have a + 5mhz offset and all 2-meter repeaters have a .600 offset.
all 145 & 146 have a - offset & all 147 have a + offset.
the only exception is 147.000 it has a .600 but can be + or - offset if there coordinated 95% are
Yep, I’m so used to using RT software, I did forget about this. I think in the back of my mind, I was thinking because it’s digital maybe it’s different but it isn’t. Thanks for the reminder.
 
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