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Talkaround: Transmitting and receiving on the repeater output frequency. Thus, you "talk around" the repeater directly with the other station. (Same as simplex). Both stations in a conversation can do this. Reverse: Switching transmit and receive frequencies. Thus, you can talk directly to another station that is still on the repeater's ...


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To the best of my knowledge, both of your features are not implemented. You can choose either name or frequency in "channel mode" and assign a key to switch between channel and VFO mode.


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The green key appears to have the name "Func", even though I can't find that actually in any manual. You long press the green key, and then can trigger 0-9, and * and #. On my brand new 878, a long-press of the Menu key acts as the 'Function' button (not sure that's in the manual anywhere, either). The Green key (PF3) is assignable as all the other ...


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If you click on "22" in the web page you linked to, you're taken to this page, which reveals that Part 22 is CFR › Title 47 › Volume 2 › Chapter I › Subchapter B › Part 22 - Public Mobile Services. So I think the answer that you were looking for is that Part 22 is Public Mobile Services. I was surprised to see that Wikipedia doesn't have an ...


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I did a web search for "new york code plugs" and found a bunch from various sites: N2CID Digital Repeater Network Hudson Valley Digital Network no Anytone plugs yet BridgeCom Systems I also found some for surrounding areas: New England Digital Emergency Communications Network Frederick Amateur Radio Club in Frederick, Maryland Your local ham ...


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I'm tempted to believe that using dual time slots (DCDM) mode might work with dPMR, since you are no longer bothering with TDMA. However, I couldn't find anything in my research. Try switching the AT-D878UV to use both time slots at the same time and test it with a dPMR radio on simplex. While it probably won't work, it's your best bet since DCDM does not ...


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I'm posting this answer —by someone else— below. I'm assuming that it's a good one. You CAN assign a button to switch between Name and Frequency. Menu/Settings/Radio Set/(choose key like PF3 Long Press)/Ch.Name — When pressed, it will alternate between Frequency and Name on the display. Per Thomas's comment, this required a firmware update to v. 1.21 to ...


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