[aprssig] TM-D700A question

Chris Rose kb8uih at sbcglobal.net
Mon Sep 5 13:36:41 CDT 2005

If the data band is on A side, then you can have UHF
and degraded sensitivity for VHF on the B side.  If
you run data on B side, then you can put VHF on A side
with no problems.  I don't think you can run any UHF
on A side.

If you frequent a UHF repeater instead of a VHF
repeater, then put data on A side and your UHF freqs
on the B side.

I run data on B side and use A side for VHF coms when
I travel.  If I want to use UHF and APRS then I have
to do what I listed above and put APRS on A side and
use B side for UHF.


--- Tyler Allison <tyler at allisonhouse.com> wrote:

> Easy question that I think I know the answer to but
> I want to double check
> before I go and purchase one.
> Is the APRS system in the radio independant of the
> dual band operations?
> eg: I can have two different frequencies on each
> side and APRS will still
> receive and transmit(when Im not transmitting
> obviously).
> Thanks,
> -Tyler

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