Tx And Rx Help

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Colin9690

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qball said:
If you are referring to a repeater, the RX is the repeater input and the TX the repeater output.
Um, I thought the input is the TX freq, and the RX is the output...
 

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KCChiefs9690 said:
Um, I thought the input is the TX freq, and the RX is the output...

You are correct KC...
TX (Transmit) Freq= Repeater Input
RX (Receive) Freq=Repeater Output
 

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The mobile radio transmits on the repeater input frequency and receives on the repeater output frequency.

The repeater transmits on its output frequency and receives on its input frequency

Both were right, you were just talking about different parts of the system. qball about the repeater and KC the mobile units. Now we can all still feel good about ourselves.

Jerry
 

Colin9690

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jhooten said:
The mobile radio transmits on the repeater input frequency and receives on the repeater output frequency.

The repeater transmits on its output frequency and receives on its input frequency

Both were right, you were just talking about different parts of the system. qball about the repeater and KC the mobile units. Now we can all still feel good about ourselves.

Jerry
Yeah, you're right...I didn't even think about it that way. :)
 
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