[chirp_users] UV-82 "Privacy coding (tones)"

Jim MacKenzie jim at photojim.ca
Tue Apr 21 10:31:07 PDT 2015


A CTCSS tone won't stop other radios from hearing the signal, unless they too use a CTCSS tone that's different from the one you chose.

Jim VE5EIS

-----Original Message-----
From: chirp_users-bounces at intrepid.danplanet.com [mailto:chirp_users-bounces at intrepid.danplanet.com] On Behalf Of Justin
Sent: April-21-15 2:18 AM
To: Discussion of CHIRP
Subject: [chirp_users] UV-82 "Privacy coding (tones)"

So I tried to setup a UHF simplex channel with CTCSS/DCS on one of my UV-82’s (well frankly any “privacy” type code/tone). No matter what combination I tried, my BF8-HP (listening to the same frequency but no codes programmed) picked up every transmission. Also, the UV-82 would receive anything I sent with the BF8. The most I could accomplish was the the UV-82 would receive only the carrier and wouldn’t produce any of the audio. Downloading the daily build changed nothing and I even copied the settings from a working repeater channel and just removed the offset and still nothing. Is there a bug? Am I an idiot? I was able to program all my repeaters just fine and the tones are obviously working or the repeaters wouldn’t! Does the software ignore tone settings if there is no repeater offsets? Im doubtful as the LCD displayed the changes? Surely someone besides me wants some simplex “privacy”?
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