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  GMRS V1
 
Menu Definitions
 
 UV-82
 
0    SQL Squelch Level
-  Squelch silences the receiver when there is no signal.

-  UHF Sensitivity can be varied from .1 to .3 mV
-  VHF Sensitivity is constant. 1 > 9 = .1 mV
-  Level 0 = Open Squelch
-  There is little difference between settings.
          Level 5 is recommended.
 
0 > 9
1    STEP Frequency Step
-  Amount of frequency change when using Up/Down arrows or when scanning in VFO Mode.  
 
 
2.5 / 5 / 6.25 / 10 / 12.5 / 20 / 25 / 50  kHz
2    TXP Transmit Power
-  High = 5W  Low = 1W
-  Use Low power unless necessary.
-  Power can be toggled Hi/Lo by pressing the [ # ] key.
 
 
- High / Low
3    SAVE Battery Save
-  Sleep Ratio to acknowledge an RX signal.
-  The higher number increases the RX sleep cycle, but you may miss the first few syllables before the RX opens.
         1=1:1    2=1:2   
3=1:3    4=1:4
 
 
OFF / 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 
4    VOX Voice Operated Xmtr
-  Allows transmitter activation by talking only.
-  Adjust VOX gain to allow smooth operation.
-  Level  10  requires the strongest voice.
 
 
OFF / 1, 2 > 10
5    WN Wideband / Narrowband
-  Wide = 5 KHz    Narrow = 2.5 KHz
-  For Ham use, start with selecting Wide.
 
 
WIDE / NARR
6    ABR Display Illumination Time
-  Time the display stays illuminated.
 
 
OFF / 1 > 10 secs
7    TDR Dual Watch / Dual Reception
-  Allows monitoring of 2 channels, toggling between Freq A and Freq B.
-  If a signal is received, the RX remains on that channel until the signal is gone.
 
 
OFF / ON
8    BEEP Keypad Beep
-  Allows audible confirmation of a key press.
 
 
OFF / ON
9    TOT Transmission  Time Out Timer
-  Transmit Times Out after pre-selected time.
-  Radio will alert you when the time is up.
-  This helps prevent overheating.
 
 
15 / 30 / 45 / 60 > 600
seconds
10   R-DCS Rec - Digital Coded Squelch
-  Prevents interference from signals on the same frequency.
-  The squelch will open only if the incoming signal is coded with the same tone required by your receiver.
-  Note: Not all repeaters requiring a tone for access transmit a tone back to you. Leave this function turned OFF unless you are absolutely sure it is needed.
 
 
OFF /
D023N > D754I
11   R-CTCS Rec - Continuous Tone Coded Squelch
-  Prevents interference from signals on the same frequency.

-  The squelch will open only if the incoming signal is coded with the same tone required by your receiver.
- Note: Not all repeaters requiring a tone for access transmit a tone back to you. Leave this function turned OFF unless you are absolutely sure it is needed.
 
 
OFF /
67.0 Hz > 254.1 Hz
12   T-DCS Trans - Digital Coded Squelch
-  Required by some networks to limit access and interference.
 
 
OFF /
D023N > D754I
13   T-CTCS Trans - Continuous Tone Coded Squelch
-  Required by some networks to limit access and interference.
 
 
OFF /
67.0 Hz > 254.1 Hz
14   VOICE Voice Prompt
-  Audible confirmation of a keypad entry.
 
 
OFF /
ENG / CHI
15   ANI-ID Automatic Number ID of Radio (set with S/W)
-  Sent when PTT is pressed and/or released.
-  Used to alert dispatcher which field radio was keyed.
-  Used primarily for commercial applications.
 
 
16   DTMFST DTMF Tone of transmit  
-  Determines when DTMF codes are heard through speaker.
   OFF       No tones heard
   DT-ST    Only manually keyed DTMF codes are heard
   ANI-ST   Only automatically keyed DTMF codes are heard
   DT+ANI   * All DTMF codes are heard
 
 
OFF /
DT-ST /
ANI-ST /
DT+ANI
17   S-CODE Signal Code  
-  PTT-ID DTMF Code Selection    (set with S/W)
-  Selects one of 15 DTMF codes.
-  Set with software and are up to 5 digits each.
-  Enabled by using Menu 19.
 
 
1 > 15 groups
18   SC-REV Scan Resume Method
   TO (Time Operation) Scan stops when signal detected.
     Scan resumes after after predetermined time.
   CO (Carrier Operation) Scan stops when signal detected.
     Scan resumes when signal disappears.
   SE (Search Operation) Scan stops when signal detected.
     Scanning will not resume.
 
 
TO / CO / SE
19   PTT-ID When to send the PTT ID signal code
   OFF -   No ID is sent.
   BOT -   An ID is sent at Beginning of Transmission
   END -   An ID is sent at the End of Transmission.
   BOTH - An ID is sent at BOT and EOT

-  This tells a dispatcher which field radio was keyed.

-  Not Applicable for Ham use.   Set to OFF.
 
 
OFF /
BOT / EOT /
BOTH
20   PTT-LT Signal Code sending delay
-  Not Applicable for Ham use.   Set to 0 (zero)
 
 
0 > 50 ms
21   MDF-A Channel Mode A Display   (upper display)
   FREQ - Displays programmed Frequency
   CHAN - Displays Channel Number
   NAME - Displays Channel Name programmed via software.

-  If no name is programmed, CHAN will display.
 
 
FREQ / CHAN / NAME
22   MDF-B Channel Mode B Display   (lower display)
   FREQ - Displays programmed Frequency
   CHAN - Displays Channel Number
   NAME - Displays Channel Name programmed via software.

-  If no name is programmed, CHAN will display.
 
 
FREQ / CHAN / NAME
23   BCL Busy Channel Lockout
-  Prevents transmitting on a busy frequency.
-  If another repeater or signal is present using a different CTCSS or DCS code, your transmitter will be 'locked out' to prevent interference.  When PTT is keyed, radio will sound a Beep Tone.
 
 
OFF / ON
24   SYNC Display Sync
-  Display A and B are synced. This allows the upper display to show channel Name while the lower shows the Frequency.
 
 
OFF / ON
25   SFT-D           Unused in model GMRS-V1
 
 
 
26   OFFSET           Unused in model GMRS-V1
 
 
 
27   MEM-CH Store a memory channel
-  Stores channel information in memory slot  24 > 127

-  For a detailed examples of the programming process,
please visit:      Programming Memories
 
 
024 > 127
28   DEL-CH Delete a memory channel
-  Deletes  information stored in memory slot  24 > 127
 
 
024 > 127
29   WT-LED Illumination / Display Color - Standby
-  Screen illumination color in Standby Mode
 
 
OFF / BLUE /
ORANGE / PURPLE
30   RX-LED Illumination / Display Color - Receive
-  Screen illumination color in Receive Mode
 
 
OFF / BLUE /
ORANGE / PURPLE
31   TX-LED Illumination / Display Color - Transmit
-  Screen illumination color in Transmit Mode
 
 
OFF / BLUE /
ORANGE / PURPLE
32   AL-MOD Alarm Mode
   SITE - Sounds alarm through your radio speaker only.
   TONE - Transmits a cycling tone over the air.
   CODE - Transmits '119' followed by ANI code over the air.
 
 
OFF /
SITE / TONE / CODE
33   DB-PTT Double Push-to-Talk
-  ON     Upper PTT selects Upper display
            Lower PTT selects Lower display
-  OFF   PTT emulates a single PTT
 
 
OFF / ON
34   TDR-AB           Unused in model GMRS-V1
 
 
35   STE Squelch Tail Elimination
-  Eliminates the squelch tail at the end of a transmission.
-  Only works when other radios turn on their Tail function.

     * For Ham use, set to OFF.
 
 
OFF / ON
36   RP-STE   Repeater Squelch Tail  Elimination
-  Requires a repeater using this function.
     * For Ham use, set to OFF.
 
 
OFF /
1, 2, 3 > 10
37   RPT-RL   Delay the squelch tail of repeater
    
* For Ham use, set to OFF.
 
 
OFF /
1, 2, 3 > 10
38   PONMSG Boot / Power On Display
   FULL - Displays the entire LCD screen.
   MGS - Displays a 2 line Power On message.
 
 
FULL / MGS
39   ROGER Tone at end of transmission
Sends a Tone at the end of each transmission.
     * For Ham use, set to OFF.

 
 
OFF / ON
40   R-TONE Repeater Tone
-  Used to activate those repeaters requiring a specific audible tone to be transmitted for access.
-  Sending tone requires first pressing the PTT, then pressing the [F] key.
 
This is not to be confused with a sub-audible CTCSS or DCS code.
 
 
 
1000Hz  1450Hz
1750Hz  2100Hz
41   SC-ADD Scan ADD
-   ON    Adds channel to the scan list
-   OFF
  Remove channel from the scan list
 
 
OFF / ON
42   A/B-BP Tone at End of Reception
-  Receiver tone prior to squelch closing.

-  An audible indication of which display was in use.
 
 
OFF / A / B
43   RESET Restore to default settings
-  VFO - Resets all menus to factory default.
   Resets VFO [A] and [B] frequencies to factory default.
-  ALL -
Same as above.
   Erases all channels.

 
 
VFO / ALL

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