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NXR-710 & NX-220E3 FDMA setup

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jerrez71

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I like to setup a couple of NX-220E3 portables with 2 channels over a NXR-710 repeater. It should be possible to do 2 voice transmissions simultaneously on both channels. This should be possible using FDMA. Can somebody give me some advice?
 

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The NXR-710 will only do one frequency at a time. While NXDN is FDMA, that doesn't mean the Kenwood radios will work on multiple frequencies at once.

You'll need two repeaters on different frequencies to make this work.
 
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