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MSK
Last Updated: 06/11/2014
MSK, minimum shift keying, is a modulation scheme that in theory send information digitally. Basically it is designed to send your callsign or other short message at the end of a transmission.

From the information we found researching this feature on-line, 1) It works only with another radio with the same feature. 2) It does not work with ANI, 2-Tone or 5-Tone systems. 3) It's use is problematic and even with two of the same radio, the message was not displayed on the receiving unit as expected.

The RT Systems programmers give you the ability to set the options for this feature in the Settings file for the radio. We have not seen it work and leave the experimentation for its success to you.


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