Hello Mr./Mrs./Miss I have a Yaesu VX-1 with a freq offsett 10kh , Meaning
the rx and tx freq. is 10khz higher then shown in the display.
I have been told it is a setting in the service menu.
Can you tell me how and what settings in the menu to change?
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To programme a repeater. VFO mode & curson on top line of display. Enter freq eg 147.250. Go menu button change settings like offset, tone. In menu delete channel required eg 000. In menu below that, choose mem channel now 000 & it saves receive freq.
Exit. press *SCN button so R appears on display. Save as 000 again but this time it stores TX freq. In other words, you save RX first, then exit.Add * so R appears in display second time round and save again TX freq. Go to channel mode and see it is in 000.
I might do a video to help people. Its the same process with UV5r and other Baofeng. Simplex you just save in one operation because TX is RX.
There are numerous possibilities. You really need to go through the steps in the manual very carefully. Some of the possible issues:
1. Cable wired incorrectly - tx/rx switched, etc
2. Communication rate set wrong on computer (or different from radio).
3. CAT not enabled on radio
4. Wrong version of CAT software.
I'm not familiar with the radio itself, but it seems from the symptoms that the audio processor/stage is the only common problem i.e: audio does not work. Do you have a schematic for the unit? If so, I would follow the DC path to the audio stage and troubleshoot in that area. The other stage that can be suspected is the regulator stage. Hope it helps a bit.
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
Dealers do not pay for this software. It is just not company policy to allow end users access to programming TX frequencies. CE91 is available through dealers to end users for programming RX Only Freqs.