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Baofeng Programming my radio with chirp question

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I apologize if this post is in the wrong thread, admins please move it if need be.

I recently purchased a Baofeng uv-5r radio. (Actually it came as a Greaval but its the same otherwise, even chirp sees it as a Baofeng)
and I am trying to get it programmed to my radios at my work. (Target) I am told this was ok as I am covered under their license.

A co worker who uses this radio at work gave me the channel information, for instance;
Channel 1 - 467.750 dcs 115n

So i go into chirp and I am trying to add that information.
Ive attached how my chirp currently looks for this channel, what do I need to change to enter in the dcs 115n properly?

Thanks in advance.
 

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Thanks for the input, sorry i am brand new to this type of setting up;
So do i need to set it to DTCS?
When i click on tone where it says 88.5 it wont let me change it to 115.
I can change it to 115 in the DTCS code drop down.
 

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Thanks for the input, sorry i am brand new to this type of setting up;
So do i need to set it to DTCS?
When i click on tone where it says 88.5 it wont let me change it to 115.
I can change it to 115 in the DTCS code drop down.

Yes, you need to set it to DTCS.

Tone Mode: DTCS
DTCS Code: 115
RX DTCS Code: 115
DTCS Pol: NN
 
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