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STORING ODD-SPLIT REPEATER FREQUENCIES
Some repeaters use a receive and transmit frequency
pair with a non-standard offset. If you store two separate
frequencies in a memory channel, you can operate on
those repeaters without programming the offset
frequency and direction.
1Store the desired receive frequency and related data
by using the procedure given for simplex or standard
repeater frequencies.
2Press [UP]/ [DWN] to select the desired transmit
frequency.
3Press [F], [MR].
4Press [UP]/ [DWN] to select the memory channel
programmed in step 1.
5Press [PTT]+[OK].
The transmit frequency is stored in the memory channel.
Note:
When you recall an odd-split memory channel, “+” and “–” appear on
the display. To confirm the transmit frequency, press [REV].
Transmit Offset status and Reverse status are not stored in an odd-
split memory channel.
STORING SIMPLEX FREQUENCIES OR STANDARDREPEATER FREQUENCIES
1Select the desired band.
2Press [VFO].
3Press [UP]/ [DWN] to select the desired frequency.
You can also directly enter digits from the keypad. See
page 45.
4If storing a standard repeater frequency, select the
following data:
Offset direction {page 21}
Tone ON, if necessary {page 22}
Tone frequency, if necessary {page 22}
If storing a simplex frequency, you may select other
related data (CTCSS ON, CTCSS freq., etc.).
5Press [F], [MR].
A memory channel number appears and blinks.
•“ ” indicates the current channel is empty; “ ” appears
instead, if the channel contains data.
6Press [UP]/ [DWN] to select the desired memory
channel.
7Press [OK].
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