Saturday, July 13, 2019

The Ham Ninja's Anytone Code Plug


If you have an Anytone 878UV and want a code plug (settings file) to get started, use one of the ones that I built (link is on the version number in the Code Plug Section Below).  This code plug is a trimmed version of a much larger one that I have, designed for San Diego ARES team in San diego.  Feel free to take this and modify. 

** Be sure you follow the instructions to change the Radio ID found at "DMR Tip 4 - Setting up a new Anytone" before you load onto your radio so that it uses your ID and Call Sign. **

Links to the code plug at bottom of article.

(click on “read more” to see rest of article.)

Button assignments

(from latest code plug below)

Programmable key
Assigned Function
Notes
PF1 Short press
Digital Monitor
Off, Single Slot, Double slot
PF1 Long press
Reverse
Analog reverse for repeaters
PF2 Short press
Scan

PF2 Long press
Tx Power
This should be set to something else but this is what it is for now.
PF3 Short press
Tx Power

PF3 Long press
Voltage

P1 Short press
Main Channel Switch

P1 Long press
Sub CHH Switch

P2 Short press
V/M

P2 Long press
MIC Sound Quality


Please send your suggestions. 

Code Plugs with Release Notes

For Anytone AT-878UV

Date
Version
Changes
2-Jul-2019
Initial public release version. 
Works with Firmware 1.12)
13-Jul-2019
Added Papa Palomar SD ARES to ARES zones.
Added the Otay analog  repeater to the ARES NET zone
Updated digital Contact List as of 7/13/2019
Added Freq to analog TAC channels
Added SD Hangout ONLY zone
Added SD ARES ONLY zone
Added a DMR Simplex zone
Added a WEATHER zone
Works with Firmware 1.12 and probably 1.13
 13-Jul-2019
 Changed Red Cross TG to Red Cross SD, and the ID from 4742 to 310980.  
Added SD Red Cross TAC, 310991 Per Mike Corum
26-Jul-2019
Added New UTC La Jolla repeater.  That repeater has the ARES and Hangout talkgroups set as static so it's a good one to use.  Required Firmware 1.13
26-Jul-2019
Same as V0401 but for Firmware 1.14 just in case you have issues with 1.13 version.

Enjoy and 73,
N1CLC
Christian Claborne
(aka Chris Claborne)

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