Jumbo Spot RT QSO Dual Band Hotspot

JumboSPOT RTQ
(READY TO QSO) Manual


http://jumbospot17.blogspot.com/2018/01/jumbospot-rtqready-to-qso-manual.html?m=1

AZ, CA & NV repeater updates

New stuff:

Toro PK Papa System 446.580 127.3

DMR Repeaters:

Toro PK Palm Springs 447.260 CC5 9,000 ft

Hi Potosi Las Vegas 449.975 CC15 9,000 ft

Phoenix HRO area 444.200 CC1 Ground Tower
Online Mid 2018

Anytone AT868 Dual Band Codeplug, Firmware & Base Band Update Procedures

Anytone Facebook Group <-- Check 1st for latest files

Anytone AT-868UV Latest Files

Codeplug Editing Software CPS labeled 1.xx

Firmware labeled 2.xx

Firmware update program labeled QXCodePro_Update_dpinst_1.02

REMEMBER TO HAVE A SAVED CODE PLUG BEFORE YOU UPDATE FIRMWARE & USE LATEST CPS READ YOUR CODEPLUG BEFORE UPDATING.

Programming Guide has instructions on CPS & how to update firmware.

Anytone AT868 Programming Guide Download

Anytone AT868 Codeplug Download

Firmware Update Section 3.0
  1. Install & open QXCodePro_Update_dpinst_1.02
  2. Turn off radio & plug in cable
  3. Hold PTT & Orange button while turning on then release buttons
  4. Select Com port
  5. Click Open file, locate latest firmware labeled 868UV_1G_V2.xx.spi
  6. Click WRITE
  7. Reset radio See: Programming Guide Section 3.1
  8. Use CPS write your codeplug

Base Band 3258 IC Update * This update is performed only once with your new radio.

This update corrects a Time Slot issue when using a repeater.

If you are in QSO on time slot 1 and another station begins to use time slot 2,
your radio will mute as long as time slot 2 is being used.

This update corrects that situation so that both time slots can be used at the same time.

Please follow the instructions carefully. CLICK HERE

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