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Anytone D868UV CPS

To see information on the data for the radio, please refer to Anytone AT-D868UV Digital DMR Dual-Band Handheld Commercial Radio

Applies to Version 1.33.

Top Menu

File

New: Create a new code plug.

Open: Open an existing code plug.

Save: Save the current code plug

Save As: Save the current code plug as…

Exit: Exit the CPS.

Model

Model Information: Displays the model number of the radio and it's frequency range.

Set

Set COM: Set the COM port for programming the radio. The programming cable must be connected to the radio with the radio on. The COM port may autoselect to the correct port.

Set Initialization: ???

Program

Read From Radio: Download the current data from the radio.

Tool

Record:

Import:

Export:

Mode:

eXtended:

Firmware/Icon Upgrade:

Startup Picture:

Default Channel Information:

Export Data Conversion File:

View

Toolbar:

Status Bar:

Help

About D868UVE: Displays the CPS version and copyright.

Public >> Channel

Channel Name: The name of the channel (typically the name of the repeater and talk group). Receive Frequency: The downlink frequency from the repeater to the radio. Transmit Frequency: The uplink frequency from the radio to the repeater. Channel Type: This is the transmitter modulation type:

  • A-Analog for an analog only channel
  • D-Digital for a digital only channel
  • A+D TX A for mixed analog, allow receive analog and digital signal. TX is analog.
  • D+A TX D for mixed digital, allow receive of analog and digital signal. TX is digital.

Transmit Power:

  • Low is 0.5 watts
  • Mid is 1 watt
  • High is 2.5 watts
  • Turbo is 6 watts

Band Width:

  • 12.5K is always the correct answer for DMR and commercial analog
  • 25K is typical for amateur radio analog channels

TX Permit:

  • Always: Always allow transmit
  • ChannelFree: Allow transmit only when the channel is free
  • Different Color Code: Allow transmit when receive matched signal but different color code
  • Same Color Code: Allow transmit when receive matched signal and same color code

Need more information about the color code choices

CH Scan List: First you must create a scan list in Public » Scan List. Those scan lists names will appear in this drop down menu. Choose the scan list you would like this channel to be or leave to None.

APRS Report: Off or On. See APRS for more details.

APRS Report Channel: See APRS for more details.

TX Prohibit: PTT lock-out. Prevents user from accidentally keying on this channel or talk group. Listening channel only.

Talk Around: Check if the TX and RX frequency should be the same. When the TX radio and RX radio both are set up with Talk Around on, they can communicate directly without a repeater. The analog channel will use the RX frequency as TX/RX frequency, the RX CTCSS/DCS decode as TX CTCSS/DCS encode. This still seems like an incomplete and confusing explanation

Work Alone: Check if the “alone” emergency function should be allowed. In Public » Alarm Settings » Work Alone, you have to set up the response time, warn time and response method initially. Turn on the work alone function for the current channel. When the radios predetermined time has been reached for the alone working time, the radio will beep a sound and show “Work Alone Predict”. The user has to confirm by pushing the programmed work alone key to confirm continuing work alone, otherwise, the radio will start its alarm and send the alarm on the channel when reaching its preset response time.

Through Mode: Cannot find any information

CTCSS/DCS Decode: If using analog modulation, choose the downlink tone, if applicable.

CTCSS/DCS Encode: If using analog modulation, choose the uplinktone, if applicable.

radios/anytone_d868uv_cps.txt · Last modified: 2019/10/29 14:26 by KD6KPC