|Answer: To operate with a repeater, you must transmit on the repeater's input frequency and receive on the repeater's output frequency. If you frequently use a repeater that does not have a 600 kHz offset, we recommend you program the repeater frequency into one of the transceiver's memories.
You can override the default offset for each memory.
To change the default offset, follow the steps in "Understanding the Configuration Menu." to display the oS menu item, and rotate TUNE to change the offset. The transceiver lets you set the offset to be in the range from 0 MHz to 4 MHz in steps as set by the frequency step option.
UNDERSTANDING THE CONFIGURATION MENU
Your transceiver has a configuration menu that lets you modify operation settings. Each of the following sections explain how and when to use each configuration menu and select options.
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