[chirp_users] UV-5R Plus - Wide vs. Narrow Band

Dan Smith dsmith at danplanet.com
Fri Jan 3 19:04:42 PST 2014


> On the Chirp UV-5R Plus programing, on the channel tab there is a column
> for FM/NFN, is that the setting for Wife vs. Narrow band??
> 
> If not how is the WB / NB programming done for the channels programmed?
> 
> On the frequency tab there is a field for it per frequenvcy but that
> wont change the channels programmed......I think.

It's explained here:

http://chirp.danplanet.com/projects/chirp/wiki/MemoryEditorColumns#Mode

which says:

> Mode
> This controls the transmit and receive mode of the channel. The following lists the common values and their meanings:
> 
> FM: "Wide" FM for two-way communications (i.e. 5 kHz deviation)
> NFM: "Narrow" FM for two-way communications (i.e. 2.5 kHz deviation)
> WFM: "Wide" FM for broadcast communications (i.e. ~100 kHz deviation)
> AM: "Narrow" AM for two-way communications (i.e. aircraft band in the US)
> DV: Icom's digital D-STAR mode

--Dan

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