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VXR7000 CWID help

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smorris

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Hey guys,

I just got a really nice VXR7000. It works great, however I am unable to get the CWID to work. I double chick the ANT/ENI/CWID option to enable CWID and it wont let me select it. Is it possible that my repeater does not have CWID as an option? Also, I am using this repeater for GMRS, is there a way I can enable the 25KHz channel bandwidth? I am using V1.08

Thanks
Steve
 

radiotweester

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Add a space /d to the target shortcut (see pic)
I think I've posted this a 1000 times, but /m and pw = ansho-bango will give you ALL access.
Enable the ID under Common -> CW ID and then tick the CWID ANI/ENI on the frequency line from off to CW-ID
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radiotweester

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As you're newer, I'd suggest just using the /d (dealer mode) to start. There are some recent posts about the VXR7000 I'd say are worth a read.
Give a shout if you more info. 73s
 
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