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58931

Re: Power Adjustment On UV-5R

Hi Joe Martin, There is no button to charge because it is fixed and charges at the same rate. However you can set the software when transmitting to low or high
Marty Gartenberg
Nov 15
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58930

Re: Power Adjustment On UV-5R

Hi Bob, In MR (channel) mode, menu 2 (TXP) can only be used to view what the programmed TX Power level is. It has not other function in MR mode so it cannot be
Jim Unroe
Nov 15
#58930
 
58929

Re: Power Adjustment On UV-5R

I'm not sure if the UV5 is like the F8HT but on the F* the menu TXP is the toggle between power levels. Hope this helps.
dnree
Nov 14
#58929
 
58928

Power Adjustment On UV-5R

I have forgotten if there is a button for changing from high to low power and if so, where it is located. Help, Please! Thanks
Bob Martin
Nov 14
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58927

Re: Question about Tuning Step

On Mon, Nov 13, 2017 at 9:53 AM, Brian Swede bscanuv5r@... ... Nothing. STEP is all about the VFO. Sure you have to get the frequency into the VFO before
Jim Unroe
Nov 14
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58926

Re: All tings UV5R

+1 On Mon, Nov 13, 2017 at 1:43 PM, Craig Carnahan craig.n7lb@...
Jim Unroe
Nov 13
#58926
 
58925

Re: All tings UV5R

Brian, Yes, the Baofeng radio line is certainly a big seller, but that's primarily due to their low cost, not the huge amount of performance or features built
Craig Carnahan
Nov 13
#58925
 
58924

Re: RF burn UV6R

I sounds like you are shorting the two bottom battery terminals with your hand.. If your palms are sweaty or moist, this is not uncommon. John
john_k3nxu
Nov 13
#58924
 
58923

Re: RF burn UV6R

Human skin is better at absorbing at vhf freq than others. That explains some of the differences, along with antenna mismatches and my hand providing the
dougusenet
Nov 13
#58923
 
58922

Re: RF burn UV6R

That it is limited to some frequencies and not others leads me to question SWR ratios.  I don't know where the final drive transistors and antenna connections
Black Wolfe
Nov 13
#58922
 
58921

RF burn UV6R

Used my new UV6R last night to check into an ARES net on 147.270. Felt some warmth and slight burning sensation in my palm just proximal to my little finger.
dougusenet
Nov 13
#58921
 
58920

Question about Tuning Step

I sort of understand tuning step but what does it really mean when programming memory channels? Some require 25, some require 12.5, but anything that is 25
Brian Swede
Nov 13
#58920
 
58919

Re: All tings UV5R

There are a lot of responses. As a new guy to radio there is a lot that I do not know. I would like to see many more people using radios that they can have
Brian Swede
Nov 13
#58919
 
58918

Re: Baofeng UV-5RTP & Roger Beep Problem?

... Why on earth would you consider doing such a thing? Baofengs don't operate on 27 MHz.
Michael
Nov 12
#58918
 
58917

Re: All tings UV5R

HI Group: Well, the UV-5R and it's siblings can often be "good enough". It depends on the user's needs and particular location. In an "RF-crowded"
Raymond Sills
Nov 12
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