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Tk-3100 on 440 mhz band?

My Tk-3100 has no documentation and when i transmit my freq counter says 443.2625.

My problem is that it seems to be transmitting on 443 (because it picks up on my scanner and my TK-380 is recieving it also) but when i transmit on 443.2625mhz (with tk-380) the tk3100 wont pick it up! Is thier an option to have seperate transmit/recieve frequencys? I set the 3100 on accept all for QT and i monitored the recive still nothing, just static.

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  • maxfreke88 Aug 02, 2009

    I have the manual, and have read it thoroughly but is the 460 band.

  • maxfreke88 Aug 02, 2009

    "I set the 3100 on accept all for QT and i monitored the receive still nothing, just static." QT= Tone code

  • maxfreke88 Aug 02, 2009

    Tone code (QT) only takes it out of squelch, squelch is defeated by pressing the monitor button.

  • maxfreke88 Aug 03, 2009

    OMG!! Thank you. I programmed my Tk-380 to transmit 5mhz Higher, and voila they worked perfectly together! Thanks so much!

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There is a 5mhz difference or offset between transmit and receive on all transceivers. However they should automatically compensate for this if runninhg normal. It sounds as if the auto switch relay between trans and receive is not working. It may need some intervention to correct this

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It's the 'tone code' that you have to put in so the radio will send the tone code or you can x-mitt and receive. Find out if there is a tone code for the frequency that your using.

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    Craig Butler Aug 02, 2009

    What is the frequency range for the TK3100? Is it able to receive that Freq., 443.2625mhz??

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