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Re: WFM vs. NFM ?

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  • mickel_1138
    How about setting up an ODD-split for a repeater. Transmitting in WFM, and Receiving in NFM. Would that work? Just a thought... Michael (de KD5FJV) ...
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      How about setting up an ODD-split for a repeater.
      Transmitting in WFM, and Receiving in NFM.

      Would that work? Just a thought...

      Michael (de KD5FJV)

      --- In vx-150@y..., "Ingraham, Andrew" <Andrew.Ingraham@c...> wrote:
      > Yes, Narrow/Wide is a per-channel setting. You need to set it
      > appropriately for each memory channel and for VFO A and B and Home
      > channels.
      >
      > Be aware that it affects both transmit and receive. A WB
      transmission
      > sounds louder to you when you listen in NB because the WB
      transmission
      > is effectively over-modulated to you (but not by a lot).
      Conversely,
      > you will sound a little quiet to them because you're under-
      modulated.
      >
      > Regards,
      > Andy
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