[chirp_users] CHIRP field value doc

The Silver Fox alan.r.hill at gmail.com
Wed Oct 17 15:16:20 PDT 2012


My experience is just the opposite.  In fact, I have to set receive tone to
eliminate noise on local repeaters.
73,
Alan - W6ARH


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Dave,
Unless absolutely necessary, do not set Tones on your receive.
Most repeaters that require a tone for access do not transmit a tone back.
I only set tones on my transmit.

John K3NXU 

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On Oct 17, 2012, at 4:33 PM, Dave Gomberg <dave1 at wcf.com> wrote:

> I am a bit confused.  I think I have set all my channels to send a PL 
> tone and to squelch unless the same tone is  received.
> Some radios call these CT and RT.  My CHIRP settings are:
> Tone Mode is Tone for all (except a couple of simplex channels),  Tone 
> and Tone SQL are set, Cross Mode is Tone->Tone
> I need a bit of doc for these fields.   Here are some of my guesses:
> 
> Tone Mode:   Tone means CT+RT, None means neither, TSQL means 
> RT,  DTCS means digital squelch(?), Cross means ????
> 
> Tone is CT frequency,
> 
> ToneSQL is RT frequency.
> 
> Cross Mode is ?????
> 
> Is this all written down somewhere in the Wiki???
> 
> Please help.
> 
> 
> -- 
> Dave Gomberg, San Francisco   NE5EE     Programming since 1961
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