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Hytera tuning/alignment.

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Does anyone do their own tuning and alignments? I was working on a Pd782 adjusting power on the UHF band and had some issues. Anyone can chime in.
 

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Do you have access to a service monitor that will do TDMA digital... it'll be tough without one.
 

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How are you doing the alignments? I didn't know there was an option for this. All of the HYT analog radios have a service section in the software but the DMR stuff doesn't.
 

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How are you doing the alignments? I didn't know there was an option for this. All of the HYT analog radios have a service section in the software but the DMR stuff doesn't.


The Hytera radio alignment software. Impressed with it so far. I'm just using the analog side to do the alignment and power testing.
 
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