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KPG-49D Help

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charrison3247

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Hello All,

Forgive me if my question is simplistic, Im not very experienced on the progamming side of things.

I am trying to reprogram my TK-780 with KPG-49D.

I have my freq info that I need to reprogram, where I become confused is with the PL tones.

Where do I enter the PL tone in the software? there is a place to place encode/ decode tones (QT/DQT) is that where it goes? which one do I put it under?

Im just cofused. Can someone help?
 

brandon

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QT/DQT Dec for your decode tone (for receive)
QT/DQT Enc for your encode tone (to transmit)
 

slacha

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I'm in the same situtation. Have a PL of 734. In programming my TK-280, my choices are D734N or D734I under QT and DQT. Which one is which, do both QT and DQT need a number? I programmed both with D734N and can only recieve, not transmit. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
 
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