Wouxun KG-UV9D Plus New Functions
Wouxun KG-UV9D (Plus)
Instruction for New Functions Added
MENU [ 41 ] Backlight Switch(BLCDSW)
Function: Switch for backlight in standby Option: ON/FF Default: ON
MENU  Repeat Setting(TYPE-SET)
Function: Work mode for Repeat Setting Option: Walkie TalkiefTALKIE), Directional Cross-Band Repeat(DIR-RPT), Two-way Cross-Band Repeat(TW-RPT) Default: Walkie Talkie(TALKIE)
MENU  Repeat Speaker(RPT-SPK) Function: Whether turning on the speaker for Repeat Setting Option:ON/FF Default: ON
MENU  Repeat PTT(RPT-PTT) Function: Whether PTT being activated for Repeat Setting
MENU  Repeat Hold Time(RPT-KPT)
Function: Setting the hold time for Repeating
Option: OFF/ 100-500ms selectable Default: 300ms Repeat Setting
It is required the two working channels should be two different frequencies of bands, i.e., it is UHF frequencyn in A area while it should be VHF frequency in B area. Directional Cross-Band Repeat(X-DIRPT) It is repeating receiver which is only for receiving in main area while it is repeating transmitter which is only for transmitting in sub area.
Two-way Cross-Band Repeat(X-TWRPT)
In Standby, it is repeating receiver in both main and sub areas. After it receives carrier in main area, it switches to repeating transmitter in sub area. While it receives carries in sub area, then it switches to repeating transmitter in main area. Repeat PTT
It is set to select whether using PTT to transmit out when repeating. The repeating signal is interrupted for a while PTT transmits.
Repeat Hold Time
When the signal disappears from the receiver, the user continues transmitting for a while when waiting for response within the valid hold time. If there is no more signal detected, it stops transmitting within the valid hold time.
It is 150MHz in main A area, it is 430MHz in sub B area. When it receives singal(it is impossible to receive singal in sub B area during X-DIRPT mode), it transmits out 430MHz on sub B area. X-TWRPT
It is 150MHz in main A area, it is 430MHz in sub B area. When it receives priority singal in A area, it transmits out 430MHz on sub B area. While it receives priority singal in B area, it transmits out 430MHz on sub A area. This is cross-band two-way repeat.