Programming the Relm MPV32 and MPU32 radios
This page was developed by Mike Morris WA6ILQ from information
provided by Art KC7GF, a member of the Repeater-Builder Mailing List


RELM MPV32 MPU32 PROGRAMMING

1) Press the PTT button and hold it in while turning radio upsidedown 
	and on at the same time. A small " p " will be seen on screen. 
	(some radios may need to have back cover removed and the program 
	enable switch moved to program mode) 

2) Press " M/S " button, a small " 1 " will be seen on screen. 

3) Enter the receive frequency you want programmed. 
	Eg. - 154.100 (VHF) or 464.000 (UHF).

4) Enter 000

5) Enter 0000 

6) Enter transmit frequency, 
	eg. 154.100 (VHF) or 464.000 (UHF)

7) Enter 3 digit ctcss tone code from table below, if used, 
	or enter 000 if carrier squelch.

8) Enter 0000 

9) Press the "ENT" key.

10) Enter channel number in 2 digits, with a leading zero if necessary.
	eg. - 01, 02, 32, etc. 

Repeat steps 2 to 10 for additional channels or turn off to finish 
programming. 

To program a channel as receive only just follow steps 1 to 5, then 
skip to step 9 and 10. 

To delete a frequency - 

1) Press the " PTT " button and turn on unit.

2) Press " A/D " and select the channel no., eg. - 01 to 32 etc.

3) Press " ENT " to delete frequency from channel. 

To review a frequency - hold function key and press MS key, ch. will 
be displayed, then enter ch. number to be reviewed. Radio will scroll 
through review sequence and back to ch. input. Turn off to exit review 
mode. 

CTCSS tone code table (for step 7)
000	no tone				021	136.5
001	67.0					022	141.3
002	71.9					023	146.2	
003	74.4					024	151.4	
004	77.0					025	156.7
005	79.7					026	162.2
006	82.5					027	167.9
007	85.4					028	173.8
008	88.5					029	179.9
009	91.5					030	186.2
010	94.8					031	192.8
011	97.4					032	203.5
012	100.0					033	210.7
013	103.5					034	218.8
014	107.2					035	225.7
015	110.9					036	233.6
016	114.8					037	241.8
017	118.8					038	250.3
018	123.0					039	69.4
019	127.3
020	131.8


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HTML by Mike Morris WA6ILQ
This page last updated 08-May-2004

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