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Kenwood TK-760H

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Natchez

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Ok I have programed my tk-760h (I believe it's a 148 mhz up model) with the appropriate freqs and tones via KPG29D.

It is working great and as expected except:

I have to have the monitor button engaged to hear any traffic on the ham 2 meter band, I can hear the 154 mhz fine with the monitor button off.

Any clues or suggestions?

Stan
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HummerMike

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Some two meter repeaters use only a PL tone for key up only and may not re-transmit a tone back out. Say a PL tone of 107.2 to get into the repeater but the repeater does not re-transmit the tone back out. This is what it sounds like you are listing to on the two meter frequencies you have programmed in. Try just using a tone encode and put the receive for CS (carrier squelch ) in your program.

Mike
 

Natchez

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Thank you so much Mike, that was it. Someone before me had entered tones on the receive side also.

Removed them and set the squelch a little and she seems to be fine now.

Stan
 
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