- IC-7000 2 Meter Rpt Problem Transmit but doesn't open the repeater ?
Re: IC-7000 2 Meter Rpt Problem Transmit but doesn't open the repeater ?
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I can hear other stations on the repeater output frequency so I am pretty sure that I am not letting the machine.
On Apr 17, 2019, at 9:31 AM, jadief@...
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1. Confirm w/the repeater's owner the actual repeater's receiver's decode CTCSS frequency. 100 Hz may be the preferred tone in some areas but I have found many New England rptrs use 162.2 or 71.9.
2. Make certain the mobile's CTCSS encode tone's level is meeting spec; e.g. older commercial equip. set a CTCSS tone level at 0.75 KHz deviation.
John Diefenbach, K1TLV
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Subject: Re: [ic7000] IC-7000 2 Meter Rpt Problem Transmit but doesn't open the repeater ?
Another owner has commented about this. His finding was that the transmit audio needs to be opened up at the low end to allow the so-called "sub-audible" tones to pass. I seem to remember that the lowest possible tone is 67.0 Hz.
I use specific Icom 2m/70cm rigs instead of their HF rigs for mobile VHF/UHF use.
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The repeater requires a tone. It seems that most do with the default tone being 100.0 Hz.
Does the repeater require a tone?
On Apr 17, 2019, at 12:59 AM, Kurt Sweeny <damele@...
I have had my 7000 for 11 great years but never tried 2M repeater work. I have confirmed the radio transmits on the input frequency but will not key the repeater. Have triple check parameters ( doesn't mean it is still operator error).
using my Yaseu FT-530 I can use the repeater ( which I guess just provesI can use the 530.)
Could the tone generating capability not be working? Seems very unlikely.
Any help appreciated.
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