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The Radio Service Software available for this radio is only for alignments.
 
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==Programming==
==Programming==
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Note: The Radio Service Software available for this radio is only for alignments.
*Turn the radio on.  
*Turn the radio on.  
  The radio will either be in memory channel mode or VFO (scrach pad) mode.
  The radio will either be in memory channel mode or VFO (scrach pad) mode.

Revision as of 03:08, 9 February 2012

Contents

Programming

Note: The Radio Service Software available for this radio is only for alignments.
  • Turn the radio on.
The radio will either be in memory channel mode or VFO (scrach pad) mode.
  • Enter programming mode by holding down PTT, MON and Scan key while powering up radio.
  • Press left arrow to enter VFO mode
  • Enter receive frequency then short press Enter (yellow button above PTT)
Step size can be changed by holding down the LOW key for three seconds then selecting
the correct size with the channel rotary knob then press yellow Enter to confirm.
  • Set the transmit frequency (offset) by short pressing the down arrow for + or - or +-
Selecting + offset will set transmit 600 KHz above set receive ie 147.3800 + .600 = 147.9800
Selecting - offset will set transmit 600 KHz below set receive ie 146.9800 - .600 = 146.3800
Selecting +- offset will allow you to specify a difference for the offset
For the UHF model the default offset is 5 Mhz ie 442.3500 + 5.0 = 447.3500
  • Set the PL/DPL (CTCSS) reference the supplied tone chart for tone numbers you need
  • press SQL button to select rxPL, use the channel knob to select the tone code
  • press any number key to confirm or wait 3 seconds
  • press SQL again to set txPL, use channel knob to select the tone code
  • press any number key to confirm or wait 3 seconds
The screen should now show receive frequency and your offset symbol if any
you are now ready to use the channel in VFO or you can save it to memory
  • To save it to memory hold down yellow Enter key for three seconds and CH# will blink
  • Turn channel selector knob to select one of twenty available memory slots
  • Short press yellow Enter button to confirm channel selection

CTCSS Table

Code PL Hz Mot
000 CSQ None
001 067.0 XZ
002 069.3 WZ
003 071.9 XA
004 074.4 WA
005 077.0 XB
006 079.7 WB
007 082.5 YZ
008 085.4 YA
009 088.5 YB
010 091.5 ZZ
011 094.8 ZA
012 097.4 ZB
013 100.0 1Z
014 103.5 1A
015 107.2 1B
016 110.9 2Z
017 114.8 2A
018 118.8 2B
019 123.0 3Z
020 127.3 3A
021 131.8 3B
022 136.5 4Z
023 141.3 4A
024 146.2 4B
025 151.4 5Z
026 156.7 5A
027 162.2 5B
028 167.9 6Z
029 173.8 6A
030 179.9 6B
031 186.2 7Z
032 192.8 7A
033 203.5 M1
034 206.5 8Z
035 210.7 M2
036 218.1 M3
037 225.7 M4
038 229.1 9Z
039 233.6 M5
040 241.8 M6
041 250.3 M7
042 254.1 None

DCS TABLE

External Links

Code DCS Code DCS Code DCS Code DCS
043 023 065 152 087 343 109 606
044 025 066 155 088 346 110 612
045 026 067 156 089 351 111 624
046 031 068 162 090 364 112 627
047 032 069 165 091 365 113 631
048 043 070 172 092 371 114 632
049 047 071 174 093 411 115 645
050 051 072 205 094 412 116 654
051 054 073 223 095 413 117 662
052 065 074 226 096 423 118 664
053 071 075 243 097 431 119 703
054 072 076 244 098 432 120 712
055 073 077 245 099 445 121 723
056 074 078 251 100 464 122 731
057 114 079 261 101 465 123 732
058 115 080 263 102 466 124 734
059 116 081 265 103 503 125 743
060 125 082 271 104 506 126 754
061 131 083 306 105 516
062 132 084 311 106 532
063 133 085 315 107 546
064 134 086 331 108 565

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