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RPL & TPL tones used in T-5720

Gentlemen:

Please advise what are the Interference Eliminator Codes (RPL & TPL tones) used in T5720.
I have a Motorola GP-2000 UHF/FM handheld radio, set it at Ch.2- 462.5875 Rx/Tx but cannot get it to communicate with the T5720.
Please advise.

Thank you.

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    I'm trying to use a set of 5720 with a set of 5622. Channel 5, eliminator 0. checking the frequency ranges on both models they appear to be incompatible. Am I correct that these sets cannot interopperate?

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The T5720 user manual does not list the TPL codes possible in the radio. However, they are the standard list, with zero being "open squelch" (no code). Here is a link to a Motorola manual which has a list of the PL codes in order on page 43. http://www.thekidshuttle.com/ABC%20Docs/CP100_Manual.pdf

On the T5720, another item to what for is the Qt noise filter. Be certain to set it to zero unless using the T5720 with others of the same model. It can also block transmissions. Here is a link to a user manual for the T5720 http://lib.store.yahoo.net/lib/starbattery/T56XXusersguide.pdf

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