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How to tx and rx between t5920 and yaesu vx6r

I can receive on vx6r but when i transmit on the same freq,the t5920 cannot receive.Please help

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  • kenbklow Jun 26, 2009

    make sure the sub channel is selected to 0 on the Motorola T5920,tune your Yaesu Vx6r to the main channel freq corresponding to the channel number on the T5920

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The T5920 is user programmable. It appears your VX6R does not have a CODE turned on, if you can receive transmissions from the T5920, but not talke back. The T5920 has both a CODE and a Qt filter. The Qt filter must be set to zero to communicate with other brands of radios. And to turn off your CODE, you will need to set it to zero also. Here is a link to the user manual: http://www.giantintl.com/ContentManage/manuals/Moto/T59xx_User_Manual_E.pdf

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