Re: can i have my UH064sx-2 Radio activate & send when i...
AFAIK, this is only possible when you have the headset plugged in. The headset allows VOX operation (voice operated transmission). If there is nothing plugged in or the handset is plugged in, the VOX setting is automatically switched off.
You can adjust the sensitivity of the mic so that it will start transmission only when a certain sound level is exceeded. There is a tiny lag between when it detects the sound and when it starts transmitting.
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Sorry, the serial number does not tell the frequency band of the radio. From this serial number I can tell you it is likely an SP50 radio, and it wwas produced Nov. 1996. You would need the model number to know the frequency band. The model number of an SP50 radio beginning with P93 would be VHF, and if P94 it would be UHF.
Note: With the mandated change to narrowband by Jan. 2013, only SP50 radios with a 00 (double zero) in the model number will do the new narrowband. Those models on wideband would have a 20 (twenty) in the model number. Example: P94YQT20AA2 would be a wideband UHF radio.
To change channel & code press talk and monitor
while turning radio on.
Radio will speak current channel.
Release both talk and monitor.
Press talk to change to next channel or press
monitor to keep current channel.
Press monitor when desired channel is selected, radio will speak current code.
Press talk to change to next code or press monitor
to keep current code.
Press talk to change code as desired then press
monitor when done.
Will speak channel and code selected.
Set all units in same manner to
MTS2000 software will operate on Win98 and possibly XP, depending on the revision number you have. Yes, you can clone if the model number is the same. It will clone the entire codeplug of the radio. (Note: you will not have 2 same serial numbers. These are unique to the individual radio.)
In situations where one radio cannot talk to another radio the problem is often caused by improper setting of the radio's Continuous Tone Coded Squelch System (CTCSS), which Motorola calls "Privacy Codes." (Other manufacturers might use different names, such as Kenwood calling this feature "Quiet Tones.")
When CTCSS is activated your radio's receiver will be muted unless the radio receives a signal from another radio using the required Privacy Code. This prevents you from having to listen to other user's conversations on what can be busy channels with a lot of activity.
In one of your radios has CTCSS enabled and the other does not, or if the other radio is set to the wrong CTCSS tone, the situation you describe will occur: one radio will be able to talk to the other, but that radio will not be able to talk back.
Make sure both of your radios are set to the same CTCSS privacy code or that CTCSS is turned off on both radios.