Ohio PD CSQ?

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Mike-KC8OWL

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If the mobile units are transmitting into the repeater with CSQ, thats an invitation for problems. If the repeater is transmitting its signal in CSQ, it's not as big of a problem, but it's still bad practice, especially when the band conditions are up.
 

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Mike-KC8OWL said:
If the mobile units are transmitting into the repeater with CSQ, thats an invitation for problems. If the repeater is transmitting its signal in CSQ, it's not as big of a problem, but it's still bad practice, especially when the band conditions are up.
Ross County Fire uses CSQ on their primary repeater, with a multi-CTCSS filter to reject strong signals with CTCSS. Not my idea of a solution, but they insisted on remaining CSQ for some odd reason.

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