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Selective squelch on xts3000 issue

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Atw072
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Selective squelch on xts3000 issue

Postby Atw072 » Sat Dec 13, 2014 10:30 am

We are using an xts3000 to conventionally monitor my p25 astro system in my area. I want to be able to select the tg to monitor. For some reason the radio will not unmute when the tg is selected.. I even entered 65535 as a tg and still no unmute. When I changed the squelch type to digital csq I hear all traffic but this is not I want. Also I want the tg s to display on the radio even when in the digital csq mode. Why can't I receive any traffic in the selective squelch mode? Help please...

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Re: Selective squelch on xts3000 issue

Postby pallen444 » Sat Jun 03, 2017 11:06 am

NACS all have to be right. for the system.


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