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Call Sign : 108CT555 / gm0mxp / UK1SMP [My pmr callsign] Posts : 4 Times Thanked : 0 Join date : 2019-09-01 QTH or Location : Braco [io86bg] Equipment Used : ft-920 / at-778uv / at-d578uv / at-d878uv Age : 77
Subject: AT-D578UV extended Tx mod Sun Jan 12, 2020 5:48 pm
Anytone AT-D578UV Pro Tx extended. All you need to do is to press the channel knob and the P4 button at the same time and turn on the radio. Once rebooted you then have a choice of which band you want to use by turning the channel selector to the appropriate band, then reboot your radio. PLEASE NOTE that all the previous settings etc.will be lost. And you my have to reinstall all your setting again.
Call Sign : 26-CT-3300 M7ICK Posts : 101 Times Thanked : 7 Join date : 2019-08-31 QTH or Location : Higham ferrers, Northamptonshire. UK Equipment Used : Icom 7300 Icom 7100, RT95, SS6900N V6. Sirio 827 Age : 59
Subject: Re: AT-D578UV extended Tx mod Thu Dec 24, 2020 11:18 pm
Good tip if you are just using 2 or 70 simplex, I just wrote a good code plug with all the bands in different zones, like PMR , 2MTR REAPERS, 70CM REPEATERS , TGIF BRAM ETC and separate zones for 2/70 . As I only use mine mobile I can switch zones on my mic and scan from my mic too. Great radio though especial on DMR