Sometimes, you want to know who are talking on the same frequency same as yours, or you want to talk into an unknown channel with the topic you are interested in, then you can set the radio scan function to realize it. Scan function is just like a function of “looking for friends”.Some customers bought our Retevis RT24, they may think RT24 scan function difficult to set.
Below please find some steps to learn how to set RT24 scan function easily:
Before setting RT24 scan function, you need:
1.Download and install RT24 USB driver and Programming software, from Retevis official website:
2.Connect RT24 to your computer(not support Mac system), using RT24 programming cable C9018A
3.Turn on the radio, open RT24 programming software
4.Choose the correct communication port
5.Click “Read” in “Program”Option
Let’s start setting RT24 scan function:
1.You can write the “frequency”(within RT24 frequency range) you want to scan, you can also choose the available frequency in the software. Just click “Yes” at “Scan Add” Option, at least two channels need choose “Yes” in “Scan Add” Option, to start scan function.
2.Choose the scan mode
Times: Walkie talkie will keep scanning at a fixed time, no matter there’s receiving signal or not
Carrier:Walke talkie will stop when you scanned a signal, you can talk into this signal, untill this signal is missing(nobody is transmitting), it will automatically scan the next signal (carrier scan mode is mostly commonly choosed)
3.Key point: You want to scan(receiving ) other signals, so it’s better set both RX and TX CTC/DCS tone OFF, keep your receving signal “door” open.
For example, we want to scan the frequency:
4.Click “Write to radio”, in program column.
5.Key point: Switch RT24 to channel 16, turn on the radio
Finally let’s test on RT24 scan function, using Retevis RT5.
Write the frequency(TX=TX) 462.2375 on RT5, talking on the RT5.
Now RT24 will receive the scanned RT5 signal(received this frequency signal).
Done! Any more questions about RT24 scan function setting, please feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org, we are always here to help!