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Quantar multi PL

mikewazowski

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yes but IIRC only when running in analog only (not setup for mixed mode)
Setting the Station Type as Astro CAI Capable changes the Multi-Coded Squelch to Disabled or Multi-NAC.

Setting the Station Type to Analog Only lets you choose Multi-PL ONLY.
 

wd9cms

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It may not be the best configuration but you can scan with the Quantar's receiver. You can setup channels on the same frequency with different PL's as different channels and scan them.

Bill
 
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