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CHRIP help with DPL tones


WRQJ309

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Hello, first time posting here!

I'm somewhat familiar with CHIRP and have programmed in both HAM and GMRS repeaters with success. But I've never done any with a DPL tone nor have I done one with different frequencies to transmit and receive. I attempted to do it but those rows in CHIRP were blank so I messed it up somehow.

Could someone take a screen shot of a line of their CHRIP so I can see what it looks like?

For example 462.600 MHz with an input and output tone of 464DPL

Also one like this. transmit into it on 467.650 while receiving it on 462.575. The DCS code is 464 for both transmit and receive

I appreciate any help on this. 

Thank you

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Well other then this is the 3rd post about this in a few minutes….

there are only 2 types of tones no matter what they are called digital and analog it’s really not that big of a deal so if it’s got a D in front of it it’s digital   That’s it.   

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38 minutes ago, WRQJ309 said:

 

Also one like this. transmit into it on 467.650 while receiving it on 462.575. The DCS code is 464 for both transmit and receive

 

What repeater is configured that way? That's very non-standard, to have anything that isn't a 5MHz offset.

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