[chirp_users] Duplex "off" option

Mike Kartchner masterwulfe at gmail.com
Thu Mar 9 20:47:25 PST 2017


Simple test press the tx an see if your red indicator light come on (if not
it is not broadcasting)
but I have noticed in some cases (if before you set it to off) it was at +
or -, it will not reset to that same + or -, it will go to o in some
repeater cases that need that + or - setting an the off set factor.

On Thu, Mar 9, 2017 at 4:47 PM, Richard B. Booth <cqw6rkk at gmail.com> wrote:

> For the Baofeng UV-5R and variants……..when programming a simplex frequency
> channel…… will setting the Duplex option in CHIRP to “Off” result in
> suppressing the TX in simplex operations?
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> The reason for asking is as follows: I have several police and fire freqs
> programmed into my radios, i.e., simplex. I want to make sure that even if
> I make a mistake and hit the TX key, I will not TX on these freqs.
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> I have in the past programmed these memory channels using split mode and
> setting the TX on a dummy freq well away from the agency RX/TX freq.
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> Thanks for any help !!
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