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Macom M7100 Carrier Detect

Firzen

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Hello, I'm trying to do simple crossband VHF<>UHF repeater using two Macom M7100 radios.

Is there any way to achive CARRIER/TALKGROUP detect LOW/HIGH signal on DB37 back connector?
 

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Hello, I'm trying to do simple crossband VHF<>UHF repeater using two Macom M7100 radios.

Is there any way to achive CARRIER/TALKGROUP detect LOW/HIGH signal on DB37 back connector?
Yes, has to be steered to out1 or out 2 in the programming.
 
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The solution is quite simple, first in the RPM External Output Line 1 or 2 should be set to External Mute (Low or High depedns on needs) and It's done!
 
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