[chirp_users] Tone vs Tone Sql & DTCS Code vs DTCS Rx Code

Scott Currie ns7c at comcast.net
Mon Oct 22 21:59:55 PDT 2012

Tone being on indicates your transmitter will encode a continuous tone 
to signal the remote receiver or repeater. Tone Squelch being on 
indicates your receiver requires reception of the correct tone before it 
will unsquelch the speaker.

Same thing for DCS Code and DCS RX Code, only a continuous digital 
sequence is being sent instead of a continuous tone.

-Scott, NS7C

On 10/22/2012 2:14 PM, GaryErrol wrote:
> While I know what CTCSS and DCS tones are and how to program them, I don't know what the differences between Tone vs Tone Sql & DTCS Code vs DTCS Rx Code are. Can someone please explain the differences?
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