Re: chirp duplex settings


Jul 18, 2012

 


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#4612 Jul 18, 2012

In a previous post (4428)the quest to inhibit transmit on a specific channel was resolved by setting the duplex setting to off>. I have the latest build (20120714) and in duplex I find only four options; blank> = none, ->, +>, and split> but no setting for off>. From what I understand it was added with this revision, and I don't see any more current revisions. Can someone point me in the correct direction? I am guessing it can be set, I just can't figure out how to make this change.

thanks

note: sorry if this posts twice, having a bit of issue with getting it posted



Charlie



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#4613 Jul 18, 2012

On 7/18/2012 3:18 PM, unalias2 wrote:

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In a previous post (4428)the quest to inhibit transmit ona specific channel was resolved by setting the duplexsetting to off>. I have the latest build (20120714)and in duplex I find only four options; blank> =none, ->, +>, and split> but nosetting for off>. From what I understand it wasadded with this revision, and I don't see any more currentrevisions. Can someone point me in the correct direction?I am guessing it can be set, I just can't figure out howto make this change.

thanks



If you are unable to find an off> setting, just enter a splittransmit frequency that is out of the range of the radio.�� If you dohit the PTT by accident, the transmit will be inhibited.



John



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#4615 Jul 18, 2012

Charlie,

This revision does have the ability to set duplex to 'off'.

You may need to download your radio's current profile into CHIRP first.



If you run into a problem,

take a look at www.miklor.com/uv5r (CHIRP note 2)



john k3nxu

--- In baofeng_uv5r@yahoogroups.com, "unalias2" charlie913@...> wrote:

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> In a previous post (4428)the quest to inhibit transmit on a specific channel was resolved by setting the duplex setting to off>. I have the latest build (20120714) and in duplex I find only four options; blank> = none, ->, +>, and split> but no setting for off>. From what I understand it was added with this revision, and I don't see any more current revisions. Can someone point me in the correct direction? I am guessing it can be set, I just can't figure out how to make this change.

> thanks

> note: sorry if this posts twice, having a bit of issue with getting it posted

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> Charlie

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