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[aprssig] Voice Aert redux

Wes Johnston, AI4PX wes at kd4rdb.com
Tue Feb 13 01:54:11 UTC 2007


how's about a different perspective?  If your radio must transmit PL tone to
receive PL tone, maybe we can find radios that allow us to TX / RX different
pl tones?  For example, TX 67hz, RX 100hz?
Wes


On 2/12/07, Robert Bruninga <bruninga at usna.edu> wrote:
>
> > >> The what if base stations had PL on RX only but not on TX?
> > >> That way, you could know about other mobiles but not be
> > >> annoying the neighbors on a regular basis.
> > >
> > > Yes, perfect for home stations.  But I know of no ham radios
> > > that can set TX PL independent of CTCSS for receive.  There
> may
> > > be some, but I have never owned one...
> > > Bob,Wb4APR
> >
> > BUT, if I read the question correctly, he was asking for a
> > radio to set receive ONLY without setting transmit. And I'm
> > sure there are plenty of radios that will do that.
>
> If there, are, it would be nice to develop a list.  I have never
> seen any...  When you set CTCSS, it automatically sets PL on TX
> on all of  mine...   Hence the problem.  But if there are some
> that allow CTCSS on receive without PL on TX, then we should
> have a list, because they would make great base-station Voice
> Alert radios
>
> Bob
>
>
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