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   UV52
V1.01
 
Programming Menu Definitions
 
 

 
1
APO
Automatic Power Off
Turns transceiver OFF after a set length of inactivity.
 
  
OFF (default)
Minutes
10, 20 > 60, 90
Hours
2, 4, 6, 8 > 16
 
2
APRO
Audio Processing
Stored on a per channel Basis.
Comp - Compander
Scra - Voice Scrambling TX / RX
TXSc - Scramble TX Only
RXSc - Scramble RX Only 
 
Note: Verify your country's regulations before using the Scrambler Option
 
 
OFF (default)
Comp, Scra
TXSc, RXSc

A channel only:
OFF, TXSc

3
BC Lock
Busy Channel Lockout
Transmit is disabled if the channel is active.
ON disables transmit if channel is active
OFF restores full transmit capability
 
 
OFF (default)
ON
4
Beep
Key Beep
Determines whether pressing keys on transceiver or DTMF microphone sound an audible confirmation beep when they are pressed.
 
 
OFF
ON
(default)
5
CHsave
Channel Save
Save frequencies as a memory channel.
 
 
A: 001-199
B: 001-199
6
DTMF
DTMF signaling
Used to control radios in your group
Remotely allow or restrict TX or TX-RX capabilities of radios in a particular group
 
Note: This is for Commercial Applications.
 
 
OFF / ON
7
DW
Dual Watch
This setting determines whether the dual watch feature is enabled or disabled. With dual watch enabled, the transceiver will monitor two frequencies periodically.
 
 
OFF / ON
8
Dec Ty
Receive Decode Type
OFF: Any channel activity will open receiver's squelch.
CTCSS, NDCS, and IDCS
Only a signal with the appropriate tone type will open the receiver squelch.
 
  
OFF
CTCSS
NDCS
IDCS
9
Dec Co
Receive Decode Code
Enter any CTCSS, NDCS, or IDCS tone
  CTCSS = 56.0 > 255.0
  NDCS  =  000N > 777N
  IDCS  =  000I > 777I
 
 
CTCSS
NDCS
IDCS
 
10
Enc Ty
Transmit Encode Type
Needed to access a repeater system or other radio users who have CTCSS or DCS squelch enabled.
 
Choices are: OFF, CTCSS, NDCS, and IDCS  
 
 
OFF
CTCSS
NDCS
IDCS
11
Enc Co
Transmit Encode Code
Enter any CTCSS, NDCS, or IDCS tone.
  CTCSS = 56.0 > 255.0
  NDCS  =  000N > 777N
  IDCS  =  000I > 777I
 
 
CTCSS
NDCS
IDCS
12
FM SCAN
FM Scanning Option
When receiving FM broadcasts, this determines whether the CHA+/CHA- keys move in 50kHz steps, or stop on signal.
 
OFF - Moves in 50kHz steps.
ON - Stops on next FM station.
 
 
OFF / ON
13
FM SQL
FM Broadcast Squelch Level
Determines strength of signal required open squelch.
Level 0 - Always open
Level 9 - Tightest setting
  (Default is 5)

 
0 > 9
(default is 5)
14
FM DW
FM Dual Watch
OFF receives FM broadcast radio only.
ON  allows FM radio to be interrupted when signal appears on channel.
 
 
OFF
ON
(default)
15
FM band
FM Radio Function
This transceiver has a built-in FM broadcast receiver.
87-108 MHz  (US/Europe)
76-91 MHz  (Japan)
76-108 MHz  (World Wide)
65-76 MHz  (East Europe)
 
 
UsEu
Jap
Wide
East
16
Font
Font Size on Display
BIG - Both Channels display as large font
SMAL - Active channel is large font, secondary is small font.
 
 
BIG
SMAL
17
Half
Half Volume
The voice of sub-channel is half that of main channel.
 
 
OFF / ON
 

18
KeyLck
Keypad Lock
Pressing and Holding the "M" key will lock out the selected functions. 
K+S
PTT
KEY
ALL
 

19
Lamp C
(Color)
Display Color
3 color options.  Purple, Orange, Blue
 
 
 
Purp
Oran
Blue
20
Lamp T
(Type)
Backlight Behavior
OFF, Backlight is disabled
KEY, Backlight active when Key is pressed and stays on for 60 seconds.
CONT, Backlight is always ON
 
 
OFF
KEY
CONT
(default)
21
NamSYS
Controls Alpha Names
ON, allows Channel Naming
OFF, Channel Naming not allowed
 
 
OFF / ON
22
NamCHA
Alpha Names on a given Channel
ON allows channel name to appear
OFF shows channel number only
 
 
OFF / ON
23
NaEdit
Selects Characters/Name to appear
See manual for procedure and Table.
Can be done manually, but using Software is recommended.
 
 
Name edit
(6 Chars)

24
OpenBe
(Open Beep)
PowerOn Beep Tone
Beep tone when turning on radio
 
 
OFF / ON
25
OpenDS
(Display)
Select Opening Display on LCD
ALL, displays Full Screen
SYS, displays system Welcome
User, displays User Assigned Welcome Message
Time, displays clock time
 
 
ALL
SYS
User
Time
26
PC  L
(Pr Key Long)
 

  Programmable Buttons / Keys

  The programmable side key and [Exit] key
  can be programmed with any of the functions.

 
 
  OFF / FM / BAND / MOLO / SQM /
  HALF / SCAN / LOW / EMG /
  Scra / DTMF / CALL / 1750 /
  PTTID / TALK / REV

 
 
27
PC  S
(Pr Key Short)
 
28
PE  L
(Exit Key Long)
 
 
29
Power
Power Level
Determines power level for that channel
 
 
High (default)
Low
30
PTT ID
PTT Identification
Allows you to send up to a six digit code to identify your specific transceiver.
 
Note: This is for Commercial Applications.
 
 
OFF / ON
31
Rev
(Reverse)
Swaps TX and RX frequencies
Used to establish whether a station is within simplex range, rather than using a repeater.
ON sets the Reverse function
OFF returns to normal operation.
 
 
OFF / ON
32
Roger
Roger Beep
Transceiver can send a Roger Beep to mark the end of a transmission.
ON enables this feature
OFF disables it.
 
 
OFF (default)
ON
33
RPT
Repeater Offset Direction
+ RPT sets TX frequency higher than RX
- RPT sets TX frequency lower than RX
OFF  sets TX and RX on the same frequency
 
 
+ RPT
- RPT
OFF
34
RPTSET
Repeater Offset Amount
Offset amount can be any value
   from 0.000 to 399.995MHz
 
 
0.000 to
399.995 MHz
35
SetPTT
Set PTT Switch Function
A = B   Both PTT buttons function as one
A! =B   Top button keys upper display, Center button keys lower display.
 
 
A  = B
A ! = B
36
SavLev
Battery Save Mode
Sets receiver into sleep mode when no signal is present.
ON enables this function
OFF disables it.
 
 
1, 2, 3, 4
(default=2)
37
SCNMod
Scan Mode
TO, Time Operated, scan stops when activity detected and resumes in 5 seconds, even if channel still active
CO, Carrier Operated, scan resumes two (2) seconds after channel inactivity
 
 
TO
CO
38
SCNADD
Adds channel to the Scan List
ON includes channel in Scan List
OFF removes channel from Scan List
 
 
OFF / ON
39
SQL A
Receiver Squelch Level - Upper Display
Determines strength of signal required open squelch.
Level 1 thru 9 (9 is the tightest setting)
 
 
1 > 9
40
SQL B
Receiver Squelch Level - Lower Display
Determines strength of signal required open squelch.
Level 1 thru 9 (9 is the tightest setting)
 
 
1 > 9
41
STEP
Frequency Step
Determines the operation frequency increase or decrease when pressing Vol+/Vol- or CHA+/CHA- in VFO mode.
Values range from 2.5kHz to 25kHz
 
 
2.5     5  
6.25   10
12.5   25

 
42
Tail
Squelch Tail Elimination
Eliminates the noise burst at the end of a transmission.
ON enables the feature   (Default)
OFF disables the feature.

 
OFF
ON
(default)
43
Talk
Talk Around
TX, RX and Signaling Mode are the same.
Used when 2 stations are close together and wish to use the output frequency of a repeater to communicate.
ON enables the feature
OFF disables the feature.   (Default)
 
 
OFF (default)
ON
44
TOT
Time out Timer
Transmitter 'Times Out' to prevent accidental lengthy transmissions.
Options are 10 second intervals from 10 to 120 seconds.
 
 
10, 20 > 120
seconds
(default is 30)
45
TxStop
Transmit Stop
ON disables the transmitter
OFF enables the transmitter

 
OFF (default)
ON
46
VOX
Voice Operated Transmit
ON enables VOX
OFF disables VOX   (Default)
 
 
OFF (default)
ON
47
VOX D
VOX delay
Delay can be set from 1 to 4 seconds
(default is 3)
 
 
1 to 4
seconds
48
VOX S
VOX sensitivity
There are 8 levels of sensitivity
 
 
1 > 8
49
VXB
Inhibit VOX when receiving
ON prevents receiver from activating VOX.   (Default)
OFF disables the feature.
 
 
OFF
ON
(default)
50
WIDNAR
Bandwidth
Selects bandwidth of channel
Wide is the default
 
 
Wide (default)
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