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935G Plus: Silencing Area B After Scan Detects Signal



Maybe it’s supposed to function this way?


Activate Area B as the Primary “MAIN”

Scan in SE mode

Signal detected

Scan stops and I listen to chatter

Activate Area A as the Primary “MAIN”

Chatter from Area B can still be heard after Area A is activated as the Primary “MAIN”


What other details/settings would be helpful to evaluate?

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This sounds right from my experience. If scanning in SE mode, the scan stops on signal detection. If you have TDR on (allowing for duel display), then I believe you can duel receive as long as you have duel receive enabled. I only see the option to do this in the desktop software like RT Systems.

The scan modes in the manual are not correct. I reported this back to "buy two way radios" but was just told they will tell Wouxun. 

If you scan in CO mode, when signal is detected, it stops, then resumes roughly 3 seconds after signal is lost. In TO mode when signal is detected, it stops and then scanning just resumes in a few seconds regardless of signal loss or not. In TO mode you have to carry out a function to prevent it from moving along in the scan such as hit Exit.

Not sure if this was helpful or not.

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9 hours ago, WRUU653 said:

I personally don’t like hearing two channels at once so I turn simultaneous receive off. You can still use duel display but only hear one at a time. 


This is exactly what  I was looking for.

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