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RF link for Hytera RD982

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scottyson

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Hello
I have a Hytera VHF repeater in service now (DMR) and love the performance. I have acquired a second site on the other side of the county. I would like to RF Link the 2 sites as internet isn’t an option at site #2. Does anyone have experience or information on setup/programming a RF link for the Hytera RD982 repeater?
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RF linking requires an MD782i hooked to the RD982i repeater by the PC142 cable. I have not done this in my lab so I can't say how effective it is but from the training video it looks to be straight forward. I thought the mobiles were on simplex to each other as the link but they are programmed as normal mobiles for the opposite repeater.

Hytera has an application note but I can't find it. I can send you notes on code plug changes needed to make it work if you want.
Is Netsurf USA in your area? I have a friend in Greenwood who is finally getting internet soon, the equipment guy installed the router this week.
 
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