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2.5kHz steps in Wouxum KG-UV920P

The Wouxum KG-UV920P was first released without 2.5kHz steps. This would keep it from reaching a frequency such as 449.9775. You would receive an Invalid frequency error message when trying to enter t
FM Radio frequencies in the KG-UV6D
The FM radio station memories of this radio are not transferred by the radio with the memory channel data. They cannot be programmed from the computer. Once programmed into the special memories a
After the last update, my scan stopped working.
In early January 2013, an update to the Wouxun programmer(s) affected the "Scan Add" function. This update broke the files previously had "Scan Add" turned on, it shut the feature off. Affected progr
After the last update, my scan stopped working.
In early January 2013, an update to the Wouxun programmer(s) affected the "Scan Add" function. This update broke the files previously had "Scan Add" turned on, it shut the feature off. Affected progr
After the last update, my scan stopped working.
In early January 2013, an update to the Wouxun programmer(s) affected the "Scan Add" function. This update broke the files previously had "Scan Add" turned on, it shut the feature off. Affected progr
After the last update, my scan stopped working.
In early January 2013, an update to the Wouxun programmer(s) affected the "Scan Add" function. This update broke the files previously had "Scan Add" turned on, it shut the feature off. Affected progr
How the Quad Band KG-UV980H radio handles frquencies.
The Wouxum KG-UV980H Quad Band radio handles frequencies differently on its right and left sides. The left side handles all of the bands (actually, there are more than four) listed on page
How the Quad Band KG-UV980H radio handles frquencies.
The Wouxum KG-UV980H Quad Band radio handles frequencies differently on its right and left sides. The left side handles all of the bands (actually, there are more than four) listed on page
Repeater Access Tones
With so many more repeaters today on frequencies so close together, repeaters are controlled with sub-audible tones to limit access and reduce interference. The tone frequency or DCS code assigned