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Having Trouble Receiving Through"TPL"

I have tried everything I know to repair this, I have Motorola Programming Software and am a novice at using it to tune the radio I know how to set up and program frequencies and other functions but when I program a Frequency and slap the TPL code into it when I unplug the radio and test it with the repeater, the received audio comes in out in out very rapidly, so much that it makes it hard to understand any transmissions however 2 other repeaters I have set up to this radio have a Receive "DPL" and those work fine and receive normal but whenever I use a TPL it has the problem, to clarify its as if something in the transmission is causing the TPL to burst through in very short periods, literally I hear 3-4 bursts per second through, I guess you'd call it, the "pl squelch gate" if you guys can help that would be awesome, thank you

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Are you sure that you are using the exact RX Frequency? is the radio in 25Khz if this radio is working on 12.5Khz with the IF filters changed to work in narrow band (12.5) could happend this.
Do you know if the repeater is on parameters mostly of the cases when an over modulation is received this will cut the PL modulation for short periods.
If the radio transmit over modulated could "erease" the PL modulation for short periods.
I think this radios should be checked all the Tune parameters to make sure is ajusted properly.

Good luck

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First try programming the Receiver for Carrier only Squelch,,ie no PL /TPL, then check if it will receive the repeater OK.
If the audio still cuts in and out then (assuming no fault exist) either you mis-programmed the Frequency slightly, or the TPL choice was incorrect.

There is also a possibility of a Bandwidth mis-programming.

Repeaters may have 12.5 KHz or 25KHz channel bandwidth. Basically if you set your radio to 12.5 KHZ and it receives a transmission from a 25Khz Repeater because of the higher repeater TX Deviation the audio on your radios RX will cut in and out and may sound distorted and very loud as well. Your radios TX would sound OK though, but would have lower audio level when heard on the repeater RX. Does your TX work OK through the TPL repeater?

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