[chirp_users] Baofeng UV-5R and settings/squelch_levels
Pavel Milanes Costa
co7wt at frcuba.co.cu
Thu Jul 23 16:40:51 PDT 2015
Back on the REAL issue with the subject...
beside the hijack of the thread for other subjects...
I have modified the 4 lower settings of squelch level (0 to 3) but no
sensitivity or SQL change as I was waiting for.
But, when in FM radio and the SQL is trip by a ham signal... the time
taken to return from the carrier drop to the FM radio is shorter...
So I suspect that one of this values has to do with the timeout on the
FM radio when SQL is trip.
More investigation/experimentation on the way...
El 19/07/15 a las 21:43, Pavel Milanes Costa escribió:
> El 19/07/15 a las 20:21, Jim Unroe escribió:
>> On Sun, Jul 19, 2015 at 11:20 AM, Pavel Milanes Costa
>> <co7wt at frcuba.co.cu> wrote:
>>> Hi, I'm new to the list...
>>> I was searching the list archives for this, but found no answer, so here
>>> it goes...
>>> The squelch levels for VHF/UHF on the settings > service settings
>>> options do work for the Baofeng UV-5R?
>>> My Baofeng is about 10uV in VHF and ~2.0uV on UHF, so VHF reception is
>>> hard, may be it has to do with the SQ level, it has 25 as SQL 0 for VHF
>>> and 19 on SQL 0 for UHF.
>>> So before I play with that values I want to know if this setting will
>>> really work with my radio.
>>> I'm using chirp-daily-20150702 here...
>>> M.Sc. Pavel Milanes Costa, CO7WT
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>> There is no guarantee that it will work. Feedback shows that it works
>> for firmware version BFB291 and newer. The settings won't show up if
>> the firmware version is older than this. The improvement seems to vary
>> from firmware version to firmware version and model to model.
>> Always save your radio's channels and settings before you start making
>> any changes. That way you can always get back to where you started. It
>> appears that you have test equipment available. All you have to do is
>> change one setting to see if it works. If it doesn't, then change it
>> Jim KC9HI
> Thanks for the answer Tim.
> My firmware is BFB297 N5R-20, so it may work... I will try and get back
> to the list to report..
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