Question about Radio Communications
This one is new for me, so if you posted elsewhere, bear with me. You changed the frequency, I assume to match another radio. Now you must also change the Tone, called PL, DPL,or CODE, etc. Both frequency and tone must be EXACT. Such as Frequency 2, code 1. which is default channel 1 on UHF radios. Also be certain you are not trying to match to an RMV radio, and RMV and RMU cannot talk to each other.
Posted on Apr 15, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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