APXTM TWO-WAY RADIOS
APX 7000
TOP DISPLAY
USER GUIDE
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ASTRO® APX™ 7000 Series
Digital Portable Radios
Quick Reference Card
RF ENERGY EXPOSURE AND PRODUCT SAFETY
GUIDE FOR PORTABLE TWO-WAY RADIOS
Before using this product, read the operating instructions
for safe usage contained in the Product Safety and RF
C a u t i o n Exposure booklet enclosed with your radio.
ATTENTION!
This radio is restricted to occupational use only to satisfy
FCC RF energy exposure requirements. Before using this
product, read the guide enclosed with your radio which contains
important operating instructions for safe usage and RF energy
awareness and control for compliance with applicable standards
and regulations.
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Radio Controls
Top (Orange)
Button
__________
3-Position A/B/C Switch
__________________
16-Position
Select Knob
__________
Antenna
Receiving and Transmitting
1 Select zone/channel.
2 Listen for a transmission.
On/Off/Volume
Control Knob
Top Side (Select)
Button
__________
PTT Button
Top
Display
OR
Press and hold Volume Set button.
OR
Press Monitor button and listen for activity.
3 Adjust volume, if necessary.
Bluetooth
Pairing
Indicator
4 Press the PTT button to transmit; release to
receive.
Main
Speaker
Sending an Emergency Alarm
1 Press and hold the Emergency button*.
Side Button 1
__________
Battery
Side Button 2
__________
2 The display shows EMERGNCY and the
current zone/channel. A short, mediumpitched tone sounds, and the LED blinks red
momentarily.
3 When acknowledgment is received, you hear
Radio On/Off
Accessory
Connector
• On – On/Off/Volume knob clockwise.
2-Position
Concentric Switch
______________
• Off – On/Off/Volume knob counterclockwise.
Zones and Channels
• Zone – Zone switch to desired zone.
• Channel – Channel switch to desired channel.
four beeps; alarm ends; and radio exits
emergency.
* Default emergency button press timer is set
to 1 second. This timer is programmable, see
page 34 in the user guide for details.
To exit emergency at any time, press and hold
the Emergency button.
*68007024033*
MOTOROLA, MOTO, MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS and the Stylized M logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Motorola Trademark Holdings, LLC and are used under license. All
other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. ©2009–2012 by Motorola Solutions, Inc. All Rights Reserved. 10/12.
1303 East Algonquin Road., Schaumburg,Illinois 60196, U.S.A.
68007024033-E
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Sending an Emergency Call
1 Press the Emergency button.
2 Press and hold the PTT button. Speak clearly
into the microphone.
3 Release the PTT button to end call.
4 Press and hold Emergency button to exit
emergency.
To exit emergency at any time, press and hold
the Emergency button.
Sending a Silent Emergency Call
1 Press the Emergency button.
2 The display does not change; the LED does
not light up, and there is no tone.
3 Silent emergency continues until you:
Press and hold the Emergency button to exit
emergency state.
OR
Press and release the PTT button to exit the
Silent Emergency Alarm mode and enter
regular dispatch or Emergency Call mode.
To exit emergency at any time, press and hold
the Emergency button.
Display Status Icons
U
V
v
O
Blinks when the battery is low.
The more stripes, the stronger the
signal strength for the current site
(trunking only).
Direct radio to radio communication or
connected through a repeater.
On = Direct
Off = Repeater
M This channel is being monitored.
is set at Low power.
H L LH == Radio
Radio is set at High power.
i Scanning a scan list.
OR
j
k
m
Blinking dot = Detects activity on the
Priority-One Channel
during scan.
Steady dot = Detects activity on the
Priority-Two Channel
during scan.
The vote scan feature is enabled.
On = Secure operation.
Off = Clear operation.
Blinking = Receiving an encrypted
voice call.
On steady = View mode
Blinking = Program mode
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Aor
Bor
C
Basic Zone Bank 1
A = Radio is in Zone 1.
B = Radio is in Zone 2.
C = Radio is in Zone 3.
Dor
Eor
F
Basic Zone Bank 2
D = Radio is in Zone 4.
E = Radio is in Zone 5.
F = Radio is in Zone 6.
Enhanced Zone Bank
A = Contains Zone 1, Zone 2 and Zone
,
,
3,
B = Contains Zone 4, Zone 5 and Zone
... ...
6,
C = Contains Zone 7, Zone 8 and Zone
or
9,
.
.
.
X = Contains Zone 70, Zone 71 and
Zone 72,
Y = Contains Zone 73, Zone 74 and
Zone 75.
AB
C
x
y
b
a
Bluetooth is ready.
Bluetooth is connected to the device.
Declaration of Conformity
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
Per FCC CFR 47 Part 2 Section 2.1077(a)
Responsible Party
Name: Motorola Solutions, Inc.
Address: 1303 East Algonquin Road, Schaumburg, Illinois 60196, U.S.A.
Phone Number: 1-800-927-2744
Declaration of Conformity
This declaration is applicable to your radio only if your radio is labeled with the FCC logo shown below.
Hereby declares that the product:
Model Name: APX 7000
conforms to the following regulations:
FCC Part 15, subpart B, section 15.107(a), 15.107(d) and section 15.109(a)
Class B Digital Device
As a personal computer peripheral, this device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions:
1. This device may not cause harmful interference, and
2. This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
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Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part
15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a
residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation.
If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by
turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the
following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Declaration of Conformity
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
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• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Additional FCC Note to Users
Model Name: MNUK6000
Description: APX 7000 Bluetooth Option Board
FCC ID: AZ489FT6000
IC: 109U-89FT6000
Conforms to the following regulations: FCC Part 15, Section 15.19, 15.21, and 15.105
Note: Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Motorola may void the users authority, as authorized by the
FCC, to operate this device and should not be made. See 47 CFR Part 15.21. Information to the user. The user
manual or instruction manual for an intentional or unintentional radiator shall caution the user that changes or
modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to
operate the equipment.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device
may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that
may cause undesired operation. See 47 CFR Part. 15.19(3).
This device has been tested and found to comply with the limits of Part 15.15 of the FCC rules. Parties responsible for
equipment compliance should note that the limits specified in this part will not prevent harmful interference under all
circumstances.
Declaration of Conformity
The following FCC information applies to Bluetooth radio options
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the
FCC Rules. See Part 15.105b These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a
residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and
used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
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However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause
harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user
is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Declaration of Conformity
Industry Canada (IC) Statements:
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This Class B digital apparatus complies with ICES-003 and Radio Standards Specification (RSS) 210.
Note: If the customers are purchasing the Bluetooth Option Board for the first time and their radios are FM approved,
please send the radios back to the service center in order to keep the certification.
If customers have already purchased the radio with the Bluetooth Option Board as part of the tanapa and they need
to replace (repair) the option board, they can send the radio to any Motorola FM audited location.
Contents
Disclaimer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . xiv
Getting Started . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
Declaration of Conformity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .i
Important Safety Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . x
RF ENERGY EXPOSURE AND PRODUCT SAFETY
GUIDE FOR PORTABLE TWO-WAY RADIOS . . . . x
Software Version . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .xi
Notice to Users (FCC and Industry Canada) . . . . . .xi
How to Use This Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Notations Used in This Manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Contents
This User Guide contains all the information you need
to use the APX™ 7000 Series Digital Portable Radios.
Documentation Copyrights . . . . . . . . . . . . . . xiii
Additional Performance Enhancement . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Dynamic System Resilience (DSR) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
CrossTalk Prevention . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Encrypted Integrated Data (EID) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
SecureNet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
What Your Dealer/System Administrator
Can Tell You . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Informations importantes sur la sécurité . . . .xi
GUIDE SUR L’EXPOSITION AUX
RADIOFRÉQUENCES ET LA SÉCURITÉ DU
PRODUIT POUR RADIOS PORTATIVES
BIDIRECTIONNELLES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .xi
Preparing Your Radio for Use . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
Version du logiciel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . xii
Attaching the Antenna . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Avis aux utilisateurs (FCC et Industrie Canada) . . . xii
Attaching the Accessory Connector Cover . . . . . . . . 6
Charging the Battery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Battery Charger . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Attaching the Battery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Attaching the Belt Clip . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Computer Software Copyrights . . . . . . . . . . .xiii
Turning On the Radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
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Adjusting the Volume . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Receiving and Responding to a Telephone Call
(Trunking Only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25
Identifying Radio Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
Making a Radio Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Making a Talkgroup Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
Radio Parts and Controls
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Programmable Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Assignable Radio Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Assignable Settings or Utility Functions . . . . . . . . . 12
Accessing the Preprogrammed Functions . . . . . . . 12
Push-To-Talk (PTT) Button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Identifying Status Indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
Status Icons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
LED Indicator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Intelligent Lighting Indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Contents
Alert Tones . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
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General Radio Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
Selecting a Zone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Selecting a Radio Channel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Receiving and Responding to a Radio Call . . . . . . 23
Receiving and Responding to a Talkgroup Call . . . 24
Receiving and Responding to a Private Call
(Trunking Only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
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Repeater or Direct Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Monitoring Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Monitoring a Channel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27
Conventional Mode Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27
Advanced Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Advanced Call Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Receiving and Responding to a Selective Call
(Conventional Only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28
Using the Dynamic Regrouping Feature
(Trunking Only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29
Requesting a Reprogram (Trunking Only) . . . . . . .29
Classifying Regrouped Radios . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30
Scan Lists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Viewing a Scan List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30
Viewing and Changing the Priority Status . . . . . . . .31
Scan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Turning Scan On or Off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31
Making a Dynamic Priority Change (Conventional
Scan Only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32
Deleting a Nuisance Channel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32
Restoring a Nuisance Channel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32
Emergency Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Sending an Emergency Alarm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34
Sending an Emergency Call (Trunking Only) . . . . .34
Sending an Emergency Alarm with
Emergency Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35
Sending a Silent Emergency Alarm . . . . . . . . . . . .36
Using the Emergency Keep-Alive Feature . . . . . . .36
Loading an Encryption Key . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using the Multikey Feature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Erasing the Selected Encryption Keys . . . . . . . . .
Requesting an Over-the-Air Rekey
(ASTRO Only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
MDC Over-the-Air Rekeying (OTAR) Page . . . . .
Infinite UKEK Retention . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Hear Clear . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Fireground (Conventional Only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Entering Fireground Zone Channel . . . . . . . . . . . . .37
Responding to Evacuation Indicator . . . . . . . . . . . .38
Tactical Public Safety(TPS) (Conventional Only) . . 39
Using TPS Normal Transmission . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39
Man Down . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Pre-Alert Timer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41
Post-Alert Timer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41
Alerting User When Man Down Feature is
Triggered . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41
Triggering Emergency . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42
Exiting Man Down Feature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42
Re-Initiating Man Down . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42
Testing the Man Down Feature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43
Secure Operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
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Call Alert Paging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Receiving a Call Alert Page . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33
Selecting Secure Transmissions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Selecting Clear Transmissions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Managing Encryption . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
Trunking System Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
Using the Failsoft System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
Going Out of Range . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
Using the Site Trunking Feature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
Locking and Unlocking a Site . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
Viewing and Changing a Site . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
Viewing the Current Site . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
Changing the Current Site . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
Mission Critical Wireless
- Bluetooth® - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
Turning the Bluetooth On . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
Turning the Bluetooth Off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
Re-Pair Timer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
Bluetooth Drop Timer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
Pairing the Bluetooth Device with the Radio . . . . 52
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Indicating the Bluetooth Connection is Lost . . . . . . 53
Turning the Bluetooth Audio On (Routing the Audio
from the Radio to the Headset) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
Turning the Bluetooth Audio Off (Routing the Audio
from the Headset to the Radio) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
Adjusting the Volume of the Radio from Bluetooth
Audio Device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
Clearing All Bluetooth Devices Information . . . . . . 54
Pairing with LEX 700 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
Contents
Programming Over Project 25 (POP 25) (ASTRO 25
and ASTRO Conventional) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
Utilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
Using the Flip Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
Selecting a Basic Zone Bank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
Selecting an Enhanced Zone Bank . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
Selecting the Power Level . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
Controlling the Display Backlight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
Locking and Unlocking the Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
Turning Voice Mute On or Off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
Using the Time-Out Timer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
Using the Conventional Squelch Operation
Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
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Analog Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
Digital Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
Using the PL Defeat Feature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
Using the Digital PTT ID Feature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
Using the Smart PTT Feature
(Conventional Only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .61
Voice Announcement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .62
Helpful Tips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
Caring for Your Radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
Cleaning Your Radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .64
Handling Your Radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .65
Servicing Your Radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .65
Taking Care of the Battery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
Checking the Battery Charge Status . . . . . . . . . . . .66
LED and Sounds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .66
Fuel Gauge Icon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .66
Battery Recycling and Disposal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .67
Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
Highlights for the Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
Appendix: Maritime Radio Use in the VHF
Frequency Range . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69
Special Channel Assignments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69
Emergency Channel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .69
Non-Commercial Call Channel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .69
Operating Frequency Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . 70
Glossary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72
Contents
Commercial Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76
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Important Safety Information
Important Safety Information
RF ENERGY EXPOSURE AND PRODUCT
SAFETY GUIDE FOR PORTABLE TWO-WAY
RADIOS
!
Caution
Before using this product, read the operating
instructions for safe usage contained in the
Product Safety and RF Exposure booklet
enclosed with your radio.
ATTENTION!
This radio is restricted to occupational use only to
satisfy FCC RF energy exposure requirements.
Before using this product, read the guide enclosed with
your radio which contains important operating
instructions for safe usage and RF energy awareness
and control for compliance with applicable standards and
regulations.
For a list of Motorola-approved antennas, batteries, and
other accessories, visit the following website:
http://www.motorolasolutions.com/APX
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Under Industry Canada regulations, this radio transmitter may
only operate using an antenna of a type and maximum (or
lesser) gain approved for the transmitter by Industry Canada. To
reduce potential radio interference to other users, the antenna
type and its gain should be so chosen that the equivalent
isotropically radiated power (e.i.r.p.) is not more than that
necessary for successful communication.
Software Version
All the features described in the following sections are
supported by the radio's software version R09.00.00 or
later.
Check with your dealer or system administrator
for more details of all the features supported.
Notice to Users (FCC and Industry Canada)
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules and
RSS 210 of the Industry Canada rules per the conditions
listed below:
Software Version
1 This device may not cause harmful interference.
2 This device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired
operation.
3 Changes or modifications made to this device, not
expressly approved by Motorola, could void the user's
authority to operate this equipment.
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Français Canadien
Informations importantes sur la
sécurité
GUIDE SUR L’EXPOSITION AUX
RADIOFRÉQUENCES ET LA SÉCURITÉ DU
PRODUIT POUR RADIOS PORTATIVES
BIDIRECTIONNELLES
!
Mise en garde
Avant d'utiliser ce produit, lisez les directives
d'utilisation sécuritaire présentées dans le livret
Sécurité du produit et exposition à l'énergie RF
accompagnant votre radio.
ATTENTION!
Cette radio est réservée à un usage professionnel
seulement pour satisfaire les normes d'exposition
à l'énergie RF de la FCC. Avant d'utiliser ce produit,
lisez le guide inclus avec votre radio, qui contient
d'importantes informations sur le mode d'emploi
sécuritaire du produit ainsi que des informations relatives
à l'énergie de RF et à son contrôle, afin d'assurer la
conformité aux normes et règlements applicables.
Pour obtenir une liste d'antennes et d'autres accessoires
approuvés par Motorola, consultez le site Web :
http://www.motorolasolutions.com/APX
Selon la règlementation d'Industrie Canada, cet émetteur radio
ne peut être utilisé qu'avec une antenne dont le type et le gain
maximal (ou minimal) sont approuvés par Industrie Canada
pour cet émetteur. Afin de limiter les interférences radio pour les
autres utilisateurs, le type et le gain de l'antenne doivent être
choisis de façon à ce que la puissance isotrope rayonnée
équivalente (P.I.R.E.) ne soit pas plus forte qu'il ne le faut pour
établir la communication.
Version du logiciel
Toutes les fonctionnalités décrites dans les sections
suivantes sont prises en charge par la version du logiciel
R09.00.00 ou ultérieure de la radio.
Vérifiez auprès de votre détaillant ou de l'administrateur
de système pour obtenir des renseignements sur les
fonctionnalités prises en charge.
Version du logiciel
Avis aux utilisateurs (FCC et Industrie Canada)
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Cet appareil est conforme à la Partie 15 des règlements
de la FCC et RSS 210 du règlement d'Industrie Canada
selon les conditions énumérées ci-dessous:
1 Ce dispositif ne doit pas causer d'interférences
nuisibles.
2 Cet appareil doit accepter toute interférence reçue, y
compris les interférences qui peuvent perturber le
fonctionnement.
3 Les changements ou les modifications apportées à ce
dispositif, non expressément approuvées par Motorola,
peuvent annuler le droit de l'utilisateur à utiliser cet
équipement.
Documentation Copyrights
The Motorola products described in this manual may
include copyrighted Motorola computer programs stored
in semiconductor memories or other media. Laws in the
United States and other countries preserve for Motorola
certain exclusive rights for copyrighted computer
programs, including, but not limited to, the exclusive right
to copy or reproduce in any form the copyrighted
computer program. Accordingly, any copyrighted
Motorola computer programs contained in the Motorola
products described in this manual may not be copied,
reproduced, modified, reverse-engineered, or distributed
in any manner without the express written permission of
Motorola. Furthermore, the purchase of Motorola
products shall not be deemed to grant either directly or by
implication, estoppel, or otherwise, any license under the
copyrights, patents or patent applications of Motorola,
except for the normal non-exclusive license to use that
arises by operation of law in the sale of a product.
No duplication or distribution of this document or any
portion thereof shall take place without the express
written permission of Motorola. No part of this manual
may be reproduced, distributed, or transmitted in any
form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, for any
purpose without the express written permission of
Motorola.
Computer Software Copyrights
Computer Software Copyrights
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Disclaimer
Disclaimer
The information in this document is carefully examined,
and is believed to be entirely reliable. However, no
responsibility is assumed for inaccuracies. Furthermore,
Motorola reserves the right to make changes to any
products herein to improve readability, function, or
design. Motorola does not assume any liability arising out
of the applications or use of any product or circuit
described herein; nor does it cover any license under its
patent rights, nor the rights of others.
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Getting Started
How to Use This Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 1
Notations Used in This Manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 1
Additional Performance Enhancement . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 2
What Your Dealer/System Administrator
Can Tell You. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 3
How to Use This Guide
This User Guide covers the basic operation of the APX™ 7000
Portables.
However, your dealer or system administrator may have
customized your radio for your specific needs. Check with your
dealer or system administrator for more information.
Throughout the text in this publication, you will notice the use of
WARNING, Caution, and Note. These notations are used to
emphasize that safety hazards exist, and the care that must be
taken or observed.
!
An operational procedure, practice, or condition,
etc., which may result in injury or death if not
carefully observed.
!
An operational procedure, practice, or
condition, etc., which may result in damage
to the equipment if not carefully observed.
WARNING
Caution
Note:
Getting Started
Take a moment to review the following:
Notations Used in This Manual
An operational procedure, practice, or condition,
etc., which is essential to emphasize.
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Additional Performance Enhancement
The following are some of the latest creations designed to
enhance the security, quality and efficiency of the radios.
Dynamic System Resilience (DSR)
DSR ensures the radio system is seamlessly switched to a
backup master site dynamically in case of system failure.
DSR also provides additional indication e.g. failure detection,
fault recovery, and redundancy within the system to address to
the user in need. Mechanisms related to the Integrated Voice
and Data (IV & D) or data centric are all supported by DSR.
Getting Started
CrossTalk Prevention
This feature prevents crosstalk scenario from happening,
especially when a wideband antenna is used. This feature
allows the adjustment of the Trident Transmitting SSI clock rate
in the radio to be varied from the Receiving Frequency. This
subsequently reduced the possibilities of radio frequency
interfering spurs and prevents the issues of crosstalk.
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Encrypted Integrated Data (EID)
EID provides security encryption and authentication of IV & D
data bearer service communication between the radio and the
Customer Enterprise Network.
SecureNet
SecureNet allows user to perform secured communications on
an Analog or Motorola Data Communication (MDC) channel.
The MDC OTAR feature will allow users to perform OTAR
activities on an MDC channel.
What Your Dealer/System Administrator
Can Tell You
Preparing Your Radio for Use
You can also consult your dealer or system administrator about
the following:
• Is your radio preprogrammed with any preset conventional
channels?
• Which buttons have been preprogrammed to access other
features?
• What optional accessories may suit your needs?
Charging the Battery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 4
Battery Charger . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 4
Attaching the Battery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 4
Attaching the Antenna . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 5
Attaching the Belt Clip . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 7
Attaching the Accessory Connector Cover . . . . . . . . . . page 6
Turning On the Radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 7
Adjusting the Volume . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 8
Preparing Your Radio for Use
Assemble your radio by following these steps:
Check with your dealer or system administrator for the correct
radio settings, if the radio is to be operated in extreme
temperatures (less than -30 °C or more than +60 °C), to ensure
proper top display operation.
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Charging the Battery
To avoid a possible explosion:
!
Preparing Your Radio for Use
WARNING
• DO NOT replace the battery in any area
labeled “hazardous atmosphere”.
• DO NOT discard batteries in a fire.
The Motorola-approved battery shipped with your radio is
uncharged. Prior to using a new battery, charge it for a minimum
of 16 hours to ensure optimum capacity and performance.
For a list of Motorola-authorized batteries available for use
with your radio, see Accessories on page 68.
Note:
When charging a battery attached to a radio, turn the
radio off to ensure a full charge.
Battery Charger
To charge the battery, place the battery, with or without the
radio, in a Motorola-approved charger. The charger’s LED
indicates the charging progress; see your charger’s user guide.
For a list of chargers, see Accessories on page 68.
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Attaching the Battery
With the radio turned off, slide the battery into the radio’s frame
until side latches click into place.
Battery
Latch
Attaching the Antenna
With the radio turned off, set the antenna in its receptacle and
turn clockwise to attach it to the radio.
Note:If your radio is
preprogrammed
with volatile-key
retention, the
encryption keys
are retained for
approximately 30
seconds after
battery removal.
Check with your
dealer or system
administrator for
more information.
Preparing Your Radio for Use
To remove the battery,
turn the radio off. Squeeze
the release latches on the
bottom of the battery until
the battery releases from
the radio. Remove the
battery from the radio.
To remove the antenna, turn the antenna counterclockwise.
Make sure you turn off the radio first.
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Attaching the Accessory Connector
Cover
The accessory connector is located on the antenna side of the
radio. It is used to connect accessories to the radio.
Preparing Your Radio for Use
Note:
To prevent damage to the connector, shield it with the
connector cover when not in use.
Insert the hooked
end of the cover
into the slot above
the connector.
Press downward on
the cover’s top to
seat it in the slot.
Once in place, rotate
the thumbscrew
clockwise by hand
until tight.
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Hooked End
Hex Socket
Head
Thumbscrew
To remove the accessory connector cover, rotate the
thumbscrew counterclockwise until it disengages from the radio.
If the thumbscrew is too tight, use an Allen wrench to loosen
it first.
Rotate and lift the connector cover to disengage it from
the radio.
Attaching the Belt Clip
Turning On the Radio
Align the grooves of the
belt clip with those of the
radio and press upward
until you hear a click.
To remove the clip, use a
flat-bladed object to press
the belt clip tab away from
the radio. Then, slide the
clip downward and away
from the radio.
If the power-up test is successful, you see momentary
SELFTEST on the radio’s display, followed by the Home screen.
Note:
Preparing Your Radio for Use
Rotate the On/Off/Volume Control Knob clockwise until you
hear a click.
If the power-up test is unsuccessful, you see ERROR
XX/YY (XX/YY is an alphanumeric code).
Turn off the radio, check the battery, and turn the
radio back on. If the radio fails the power-up test
again, record the ERROR XX/YY code and contact
your dealer.
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Note:
If the power-up test is successful, but you see HW BRD
ABSENT or HW BRD MISMATCH. Send the radio to the
qualified technician to fix this error.
Preparing Your Radio for Use
If the power-up test is successful, but you see HW BRD
FAILED or MAN-DOWN HW ERROR, send the radio to
the qualified technician to fix this error.
Adjusting the Volume
To increase the volume, turn the On/Off/Volume Control Knob
clockwise.
Main
Speaker
To turn off the radio, rotate the On/Off/Volume Control Knob
counterclockwise until you hear a click.
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To decrease the volume, turn this knob counterclockwise.
Note:
Ensure that the main speaker is pointed towards you
for increased loudness and intelligibility, especially in
areas with loud background noises.
Identifying Radio Controls
Radio Parts and Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 10
Programmable Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 11
Assignable Radio Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 11
Assignable Settings or Utility Functions. . . . . . . . . . page 12
Accessing the Preprogrammed Functions. . . . . . . . . . page 12
Push-To-Talk (PTT) Button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 13
Identifying Radio Controls
Take a moment to review the following:
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Radio Parts and Controls
16-Position
10 Select Knob*
1 Antenna
On/Off/Volume
5 Control Knob
Top
15 Display
Bluetooth
2 LED
16 Pairing
Indicator
3-Position A/B/C
Identifying Radio Controls
6 Switch*
Top (Orange)
Top Side (Select)
3 Button*
11 Button*
7
4
Accessory
Connector
17 Microphone
2-Position Concentric
Switch*
Push-to-Talk
12 (PTT) Button
Main
18 Speaker
8 Belt Clip
13 Side Button 1*
19 Battery
14
Side Button 2*
9 Battery Latch
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* These radio controls/buttons are programmable.
Programmable Features
Your dealer can program the programmable buttons as
shortcuts to radio functions or preset channels/groups
depending on the duration of a button press:
• Press – Pressing and releasing rapidly.
• Long press – Pressing and holding for the preprogrammed
duration (between 0.25 seconds and 3.75 seconds).
• Hold down – Keeping the button pressed.
Assignable Radio Functions
Bluetooth On/Off – Allows you to turn on/off the Bluetooth.
Bluetooth Audio Reroute – Allows you to toggle the audio
route between radio speaker or Remote Speaker Microphone
and Bluetooth headset.
Bluetooth Headset PTT – Keys up the Bluetooth Headset's
microphone.
Bluetooth Clear All Pairing – Allows you to clear all pairing
information for Bluetooth. This is accessed by a long press of
the Bluetooth On/Off Button.
Dynamic Priority (Conventional Only) – Allows any channel
in a scan list (except for the Priority-One channel) to temporarily
replace the Priority-Two channel.
Emergency – Depending on the programming, initiates or
cancels an emergency alarm or call.
Internet Protocol – Displays the Internet Protocol (IP) address,
device name and status of the radio.
Man Down Clear – Clears the alarm of Man Down mode which
was triggered when your radio achieves or passes a tilt angle
threshold or a combination of the angle threshold and a motion
sensitivity level.
Monitor (Conventional Only) – Monitors a selected channel
for all radio traffic until function is disabled.
Nuisance Delete – Temporarily removes an unwanted channel,
except for priority channels or the designated transmit channel,
from the scan list.
Identifying Radio Controls
Any reference in this manual to controls that are
“preprogrammed” means that a qualified radio technician must
use the radio’s programming software to assign a feature to a
control.
Call Response – Allows you to answer a private call.
One Touch 1 – 4 – Launches a specific feature with one single
button-press. You can setup as many as four separately
programmed buttons for four different features.
Private Line Defeat (Conventional Only) – Overrides any
coded squelch (DPL or PL) that is preprogrammed to a channel.
Rekey Request – Notifies the dispatcher you require a new
encryption key.
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Identifying Radio Controls
Repeater Access Button (RAB) (Conventional Only) –
Allows to manually send a repeater access codeword.
Enhanced Zone Bank – Provide access from up to 75 zones
by toggling between 25 banks (A, B ... X or Y) of 3 zones.
Reprogram Request (Trunking Only) – Notifies the dispatcher
you want a new dynamic regrouping assignment.
Assignable Settings or Utility Functions
Request-To-Talk (Conventional Only) – Notifies the
dispatcher you want to send a voice call.
Controls Lock – Locks or unlocks the programmable buttons,
switches and rotary knobs.
Scan – Toggles scan on or off.
Light/Flip – Press the button to toggle display backlight on or
off; press and hold the button to reverse the content of the top
display.
Scan List Programming – Selects the scan list for editing (by
long press on the Scan button).
Secure Transmission Select (Conventional and Trunking) –
Toggles the Secure Transmission On or Off when the Secure/
Clear Strapping fields is set to “Select” for the radio’s current
channel, and when the radio is model/option capable.
Site Display/Search (Trunking Only) – Displays the current
site ID and RSSI value; performs site search for AMSS
(Automatic Multiple Site Select) or SmartZone operation.
Site Lock/Unlock (Trunking Only) – Locks onto a specific site.
Talkaround/Direct – Toggles between using a repeater and
communicating directly with another radio.
Basic Zone Bank – Provides access from up to 6 zones by
toggling between 2 banks of 3 zones, one group of 3 (A, B and
C) to a second group of 3 zones (D, E and F).
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TX Power Level – Toggles transmit power level between high
and low.
Voice Announcement – Audibly indicates the current feature
mode, Zone or Channel the user has just assigned.
Voice Mute – Toggles voice mute on or off.
Volume Set – Sets the volume set tone.
Accessing the Preprogrammed Functions
You can access various radio functions through a short or long
press of the relevant programmable buttons.
Push-To-Talk (PTT) Button
Your radio indicates its operational status through the following:
Status Icons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 13
LED Indicator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 16
Intelligent Lighting Indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 17
Alert Tones . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 18
• While a call is in progress,
the PTT button allows the
radio to transmit to other
radios in the call.
Status Icons
Press and hold down PTT
button to talk. Release the
PTT button to listen.
The microphone is
activated when the PTT
button is pressed.
• While a call is not in
progress, the PTT button
is used to make a new
call. See Making a Radio
Call on page 26 for more
information.
PTT
Button
The 112 x 32 pixel top monochrome display screen of your radio
shows the radio status and operating conditions.
Top Display
Receiving
Radio is receiving a call or data.
Top Display
Transmitting
Radio is transmitting a call or data.
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t
Identifying Status Indicators
The PTT button on the side
of the radio serves two basic
purposes :
Identifying Status Indicators
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Identifying Status Indicators
U
V
N
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Battery
For IMPRES™ battery operation only – the icon
shown indicates the charge remaining in the
battery.
For all battery operation – the icon blinks when
the battery is low.
Received Signal Strength Indicator (RSSI)
The number of bars displayed represents the
received signal strength for the current site, for
trunking only. The more stripes in the icon, the
stronger the signal.
or
J
j
Direct
• On = Radio is currently configured for direct
radio to radio communication (during
conventional operation only).
• Off = Radio is connected with other radios
through a repeater.
M
H L
Monitor (Carrier Squelch)
Selected channel is being monitored (during
conventional operation only).
Power Level
• L = Radio is set at Low power.
• H = Radio is set at High power.
Scan
Radio is scanning a scan list.
Priority Channel Scan
• Blinking dot = Radio detects activity on
channel designated as PriorityOne.
• Steady dot = Radio detects activity on channel
designated as Priority-Two.
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Top Display
Vote Scan Enabled
The vote scan feature is enabled.
View/Program Mode
Radio is in the view or program mode.
• On steady = View mode
• Blinking = Program mode
Basic Zone Bank 1
or
or
A = Radio is in Zone 1.
• Off = Clear operation.
C = Radio is in Zone 3.
• Blinking = Receiving an encrypted voice call.
• D = Radio is in Zone 4.
or
or
AB
C
x
y
,
,
... ...
or
• On = Secure operation.
B = Radio is in Zone 2.
Basic Zone Bank 2
D E•
F •
G
E = Radio is in Zone 5.
F = Radio is in Zone 6.
Enhanced Zone Bank
A = Contains Zone 1, Zone 2 and Zone 3,
B = Contains Zone 4, Zone 5 and Zone 6,
C = Contains Zone 7, Zone 8 and Zone 9,
.
.
.
X = Contains Zone 70, Zone 71 and Zone 72,
Y = Contains Zone 73, Zone 74 and Zone 75.
b
Bluetooth On
Bluetooth is on and ready for bluetooth
connection.
a
Bluetooth Connected
Bluetooth is currently connected to the external
bluetooth device.
Identifying Status Indicators
A B ••
C •
Secure Operation
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Solid green – Radio is powering up, or is on a non-priority
channel while in the Scan List Programming mode.
LED Indicator
The LED indicator shows the
operational status of your radio.
LED Indicator
Solid red – Radio is transmitting.
Identifying Status Indicators
Blinking red – Radio is
transmitting at low battery
condition.
Rapidly blinking red – Radio has
failed the self test upon powering
up or encountered a fatal error.
Solid yellow – Channel is busy.
(Conventional only.)
Blinking yellow – Radio is receiving a secured transmission.
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Blinking green – Radio is receiving an individual or telephone
call, or is on a Priority-Two channel while in the Scan List
Programming mode.
Rapidly blinking green – Radio is on a Priority-One channel
while in the Scan List Programming mode.
Note:
No LED indication when the radio receives a clear
(non-secured) transmission in trunking Mode.
Intelligent Lighting Indicators
Note:
This feature must be preprogrammed by a qualified radio technician.
Backlight
Notification
Orange
Emergency Alerts
When
The radio initiates an emergency alarm or call.
The radio receives an emergency alarm or call.
The radio battery is low.
The radio is out of range.
Red
Critical Alerts
The radio enters failsoft mode.
The radio is unable to establish a full connection with the system.
The radio is unable to authenticate or register with the system.
The radio receives a private call.
Green
Call Alerts
Identifying Status Indicators
This feature temporary changes the backlight of the top display screen to indicate a radio event has occurred.
The radio receives a phone call.
The radio receives a call alert.
The radio receives a selective call.
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Alert Tones
An alert tone is a sound or group of sounds. Your radio uses alert tones to inform you of your radio’s condition. The following table lists
these tones and when they occur.
You Hear
Tone Name
Radio Self Test Fail
Identifying Status Indicators
Reject
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Short,
Low-Pitched
Tone
Long,
Low-Pitched
Tone
A Group of
Low-Pitched
Tones
Time-Out Timer Warning
No ACK Received
Individual Call
Warning Tone
Heard
When radio fails its power-up self test.
When an unauthorized request is made.
Four seconds before time out.
When radio fails to receive an acknowledgment.
When radio is in an individual call for greater than 6 seconds without any activity.
Man Down Entry
When radio initiates Man Down mode.
Time-Out Timer
Timed Out
After time out.
Talk Prohibit/PTT Inhibit
(When PTT button is pressed) transmissions are not allowed.
Out of Range
(When PTT button is pressed) the radio is out of range of the system.
Invalid Mode
When radio is on an unpreprogrammed channel.
Busy
When the system is busy.
You Hear
Tone Name
Radio Self Test Pass
Short,
Medium-Pitched
Tone
Clear Voice
Priority Channel
Received
Emergency Alarm/Call
Entry
Central Echo
Long,
Medium-Pitched
Tone
Volume Set
Emergency Exit
Failsoft
Automatic Call Back
A Group of
Medium-Pitched
Tones
Keyfail
Console Acknowledge
When a valid key is pressed.
When radio passes its power-up self test.
At beginning of a non-coded communication.
When activity on a priority channel is received.
When entering the emergency state.
When central controller has received a request from a radio.
When volume is changed on a quiet channel.
When exiting the emergency state.
When the trunking system fails.
When voice channel is available from previous request.
When encryption key has been lost.
Identifying Status Indicators
Valid Key-Press
Heard
When emergency alarm, or reprogram request ACK is received.
Received Individual Call
When Call Alert or Private Call is received.
Site Trunking
When a SmartZone trunking system fails.
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You Hear
Tone Name
Short,
High-Pitched
Tone (Chirp)
Low-Battery Chirp
Fast Ringing
Identifying Status Indicators
Ringing
Gurgle
Heard
When battery is below preset threshold value.
When system is searching for target of Private Call.
Enhanced Call Sent
When waiting for target of Private Call to answer the call.
Phone Call Received
When a land-to-mobile phone call is received.
Dynamic Regrouping
(When the PTT button is pressed) a dynamic ID has been received.
Talk Permit
(When PTT button is pressed) verifying system accepting transmissions.
Unique,
Low-Pitched
Chirp
New Message
When a new message is received.
Unique,
High-Pitched
Chirp
Priority Status
When a priority message is received.
IncrementalPitched Tone
DecrementalPitched Tone
A Group of Very
High-Pitched
Tones
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Bluetooth Paired
When Bluetooth accessory is paired with the radio.
Bluetooth Connected
When Bluetooth accessory is connected to the radio.
Bluetooth Unpaired
When Bluetooth accessory is unpaired from the radio.
Bluetooth Disconnected
When Bluetooth accessory is disconnected from the radio.
Man Down Continuous
Tone
When radio is in Man Down mode and prepares to transmit Emergency Alarm
when the timer of this alarm ends.
Tone Name
Doh-Sol
Enhanced Zone Bank Up
Sol-Doh
Enhanced Zone Bank
Down
Heard
When EZB Up button is pressed to scroll the Enhance Zone Bank up.
When EZB Down button is pressed to scroll the Enhance Zone Bank down.
Identifying Status Indicators
You Hear
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Selecting a Zone
General Radio Operation
A zone is a group of channels.
Once you understand how your APX 7000 Portable is
configured, you are ready to use your radio.
General Radio Operation
Use this navigation guide to familiarize yourself with the basic
Call features:
Selecting a Zone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Selecting a Radio Channel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Receiving and Responding to a Radio Call. . . . . . . . .
Making a Radio Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Repeater or Direct Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Monitoring Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-Position
A/B/C Switch
page 22
page 23
page 23
page 26
page 26
page 27
Use the following procedure to select a zone.
Note:
Your radio must be preprogrammed to allow you to use
this feature.
Procedure:
1 Move the preprogrammed Zone (3-Position A/B/C) switch
to the position of the required zone.
2 Press the PTT button to transmit on the displayed zone
channel.
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Selecting a Radio Channel
Once you have selected the required channel and/or zone, you
can proceed to receive and respond to calls.
LED Indicator
Use the following procedure to select a channel.
Note:
Your radio must be preprogrammed to allow you to use
this feature. If you select a channel that is not within the
preprogrammed band, the radio indicates that it is on
an unsupported frequency with an audio warning.
Procedure:
1 Turn the preprogrammed 16-Position Select knob to the
desired channel.
General Radio Operation
A channel is a group of radio characteristics, such as transmit/
receive frequency pairs.
Receiving and Responding to a Radio Call
The LED lights up solid red while the radio is transmitting.In
conventional mode, the LED lights up solid yellow when the
radio is receiving a transmission. In trunking mode, there is no
LED indication when the radio receives a transmission.
If the radio is receiving a secure transmission, the LED blinks
yellow.
2 Press the PTT button to transmit on the displayed zone
channel.
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Receiving and Responding to a Talkgroup Call
To receive a call from a group of users, your radio must be
configured as part of that talkgroup.
Procedure:
When you receive a talkgroup call (while on the Home screen),
depending on how your radio is preprogrammed:
General Radio Operation
1 ASTRO Conventional Only:
The LED lights up solid yellow.
OR
Trunking Only:
The display shows the caller alias or ID.
2 Hold the radio vertically 1 to 2 inches (2.5 to 5.0 cm) from
your mouth.
3 Press the PTT button to respond to the call. The LED lights
up solid red.
4 Release the PTT button to listen.
See Making a Talkgroup Call on page 26 for details on making
a Talkgroup Call.
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Receiving and Responding to a Private Call
(Trunking Only)
A Private Call is a call from an individual radio to another
individual radio.
These one-to-one calls between two radios are not heard by
others in the current talkgroup. The calling radio automatically
verifies that the receiving radio is active on the system and can
display the caller’s ID.
Note:
The radio automatically exits the feature, if the feature
inactivity timer is enabled, when the radio is left idle
and the timer expires. You will hear the Inactive Exit
Tone upon feature exit.
Procedure:
When you receive a Private Call:
1 You hear two alert tones and the LED blinks green. The
backlight of the screen turns green and the display shows
CALL RCV, alternating with the caller alias (name) or ID
(number).
2 Press the Call Response button within 20 seconds after the
call indicators begin.
button to listen.
4 Press the Call Response button to hang up and return to
the Home screen.
1 You hear a telephone-type ringing and the LED blinks green.
The backlight of the screen turns green and the display
shows PHN CALL.
2 Press the Call Response button within 20 seconds after the
call indicators begin.
You cannot initiate a Private Call.
Receiving and Responding to a Telephone Call
(Trunking Only)
This feature allows you to receive calls similar to standard
phone calls from a landline phone.
Note:
The radio automatically exits the feature, if the feature
inactivity timer is enabled, when the radio is left idle
and the timer expires. You will hear the Inactive Exit
Tone upon feature exit.
3 Press and hold the PTT button to talk. Release the PTT
button to listen.
4 Press the Call Response button to hang up and return to
the Home screen.
You cannot initiate a Telephone Call.
General Radio Operation
3 Press and hold the PTT button to talk. Release the PTT
Procedure:
When you receive a Telephone Call:
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Making a Radio Call
You can select a zone, channel, or talkgroup by using:
• The preprogrammed Zone switch
• The Channel Selector Knob
Making a Talkgroup Call
General Radio Operation
To make a call to a group of users, your radio must be
configured as part of that talkgroup.
Procedure:
1 Turn the Channel Selector Knob to select the channel with
the desired talkgroup.
2 Hold the radio vertically 1 to 2 inches (2.5 to 5.0 cm) from
your mouth.
3 Press the PTT button to make the call.
4 ASTRO Conventional Only:
The LED lights up solid red. The display shows the
talkgroup alias or ID.
OR
Trunking Only:
The LED lights up solid red.
5 Speak clearly into the microphone.
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Repeater or Direct Operation
The REPEATER operation increases the radio’s range by
connecting with other radios through a repeater. The transmit
and receive frequencies are different.
The DIRECT or “talkaround operation” allows you to bypass the
repeater and connect directly to another radio. The transmit and
receive frequencies are the same.
Procedure:
1 Press the preprogrammed Repeater/Direct switch to toggle
between talkaround and repeater modes.
2 The display shows RPTR MOD if the radio is currently in
Repeater mode.
OR
The display shows DIR MODE and the Talkaround icon if the
radio is currently in Direct mode (during conventional
operation only).
Monitoring Features
Your radio may be preprogrammed to receive Private-Line®
(PL) calls.
Procedure:
1 Momentarily press the Monitor button to listen for activity.
The Carrier Squelch indicator appears on the display.
Use the Monitor feature to make sure a channel is clear before
transmitting.
2 Press and hold the Monitor button to set continuous
Monitoring a Channel
3 Press the Monitor button again, or the PTT button, to return
Procedure:
1 Press the preprogrammed Monitor button.
2 Press and hold the Volume Set button to hear the volume
monitor operation. The duration of the button press is
programmable.
to the original squelch setting.
If you try to transmit on a receive-only channel, you hear an
invalid tone until you release the PTT button.
General Radio Operation
Radio users who switch from analog to digital radios often
assume that the lack of static on a digital channel is an
indication that the radio is not working properly. This is not the
case. Digital technology quiets the transmission by removing
the “noise” from the signal and allowing only the clear voice or
data information to be heard.
Conventional Mode Operation
set tone.
3 Adjust the Volume Control knob if necessary.
4 Release the Volume Set button.
5 Press and hold the PTT button to transmit. The LED lights
up solid red.
6 Release the PTT button to receive (listen).
The Carrier Squelch indicator appears on the display when you
monitor a channel via the preprogrammed Monitor button.
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Advanced Features
Advanced Features
Use this navigation guide to learn more about advanced
features available with your radio:
Advanced Call Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 28
Scan Lists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 30
Scan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 31
Call Alert Paging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 33
Emergency Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 33
Fireground (Conventional Only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 37
Tactical Public Safety(TPS) (Conventional Only) . . . . page 39
Man Down . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 40
Secure Operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 44
Trunking System Controls. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 48
Mission Critical Wireless - Bluetooth® - . . . . . . . . . . . page 50
Programming Over Project 25 (POP 25) (ASTRO 25 and
ASTRO Conventional) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 55
Utilities. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 56
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Advanced Call Features
Receiving and Responding to a Selective Call
(Conventional Only)
This feature allows you to receive a call from or to call a specific
individual. It is intended to provide privacy and to eliminate the
annoyance of having to listen to conversations that are of no
interest to you.
Procedure:
1 When you receive a Selective Call, you hear two alert tones
and the LED lights up solid yellow. The backlight of the
screen turns green momentarily and the display briefly
shows CALL RCV.
2 The speaker unmutes.
3 Hold the radio vertically 1 to 2 inches (2.5 to 5.0 cm) from
your mouth.
4 Press and hold the PTT button to talk. Release the PTT
button to listen.
You cannot initiate a Selective Call.
Using the Dynamic Regrouping Feature (Trunking
Only)
You will not notice whether your radio has this feature enabled
until a dynamic regrouping command is sent by the dispatcher.
Note:
If you try to access a zone or channel that has been
reserved by the dispatcher as a dynamically regrouped
mode for other users, an invalid tone sounds.
Procedure:
1 When your radio is dynamically regrouped, it automatically
switches to the dynamically regrouped channel. A “gurgle”
tone sounds and the display shows the dynamically
regrouped channel’s name.
This feature allows you to notify the dispatcher when you want a
new dynamic regrouping assignment.
Procedure:
1 Press the preprogrammed Reprogram Request button to
send reprogram request to the dispatcher.
2 The display alternates between RPGM and PLS WAIT.
3 If you hear five beeps, the dispatcher has acknowledged the
reprogram request. The display shows ACK RCVD and the
radio returns to the Home screen.
OR
If the dispatcher does not acknowledge the reprogram
request within six seconds, a low-pitched alert tone sounds
and the display shows NO ACK. The radio returns to the
Home screen.
Advanced Features
This feature allows the dispatcher to temporarily reassign
selected radios to a particular channel where they can
communicate with each other. This feature is typically used
during special operations and is enabled by a qualified radio
technician.
Requesting a Reprogram (Trunking Only)
2 Press the PTT button to talk. Release PTT button to listen.
When the dispatcher cancels dynamic regrouping, the radio
automatically returns to the zone and channel that you were
using before the radio was dynamically regrouped.
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Classifying Regrouped Radios
The dispatcher can classify regrouped radios into either of two
categories: Select Enabled or Select Disabled.
• Select-enabled radios are free to change to any available
channel, including the dynamic-regrouping channel, once the
user has selected the dynamic-regrouping position.
• Select-disabled radios cannot change channels while
dynamically regrouped. The dispatcher has forced the radio
to remain on the dynamic-regrouping channel.
Advanced Features
The Scan or Private Call feature cannot be selected while your
radio is Select Disabled.
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Scan Lists
Scan lists are created and assigned to individual channels/
groups. Your radio scans for voice activity by cycling through the
channel/group sequence specified in the scan list for the current
channel/group.
Your radio supports different types of Scan Lists:
• Trunking Priority Monitor Scan List
• Conventional Scan List
• Talkgroup Scan List
Please refer to a qualified radio technician for the maximum
number of Scan Lists can be programmed in your radio. These
lists must be preprogrammed by a qualified radio technician.
Viewing a Scan List
Procedure:
Turn the 16-Position Select knob to view the members on the
list.
Viewing and Changing the Priority Status
1 Press the Top Side (Select) button to change the priority
status of the currently displayed channel or the scan list
status icon of the currently displayed channel.
2 A Scan icon indicates that the current channel is in the scan
list as a non-priority channel. The LED lights up solid green.
OR
A Priority-Two Channel Scan icon indicates that the current
channel is in the scan list as the Priority-Two channel. The
LED blinks green.
OR
A Priority-One Channel Scan icon indicates that the current
channel is in the scan list as the Priority-One channel. The
LED rapidly blinks green. You hear all traffic on the PriorityOne channel, regardless of traffic on non-priority channels.
OR
No icon indicates that the current channel is deleted from
the scan list.
This feature allows you to monitor traffic on different channels
by scanning a preprogrammed list of channels.
Turning Scan On or Off
Procedure:
1 Press the preprogrammed Scan button, or turn the
preprogrammed Scan switch to the Scan on or Scan off
position.
2 The display shows SCAN ON and the scan icon, indicating
that scan is enabled.
OR
The display shows SCAN OFF, indicating that scan is
disabled.
Advanced Features
Procedure:
Scan
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Making a Dynamic Priority Change (Conventional
Note:
Scan Only)
While the radio is scanning, the dynamic priority change feature
allows you to temporarily assign any channel in a scan list
(except for the Priority-One channel) as the Priority-Two
channel.
This change remains in effect until scan is turned off. Scan then
reverts to the preprogrammed (original) setting.
Procedure:
1 When the radio locks onto the channel designated as the
Advanced Features
new Priority-Two channel, press the preprogrammed
Dynamic Priority button.
2 The radio continues scanning the remaining channels in the
list.
Deleting a Nuisance Channel
If a channel continually generates unwanted calls or noise
(termed a “nuisance” channel), you can temporarily remove the
unwanted channel from the scan list.
This capability does not apply to priority channels or the
designated transmit channel.
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Deleting a “nuisance” channel is only possible through
the preprogrammed Nuisance Channel Delete
button.
Procedure:
1 When the radio is locked onto the channel to be deleted,
press the preprogrammed Nuisance Delete button.
2 The radio continues scanning the remaining channels in the
list.
Restoring a Nuisance Channel
Procedure:
To restore the deleted nuisance channel, do one of the
following:
• Turn the radio off and then turning it on again.
OR
• Stop and restart a scan via the preprogrammed Scan button.
OR
• Change the channel via the 16-Position Select knob.
Call Alert Paging
Emergency Operation
The Emergency feature is used to indicate a critical situation.
Note:
If the Top (Orange) button is preprogrammed to send an
emergency signal, this signal overrides any other
communication over the selected channel.
This feature must be preprogrammed by a qualified
radio technician.
Receiving a Call Alert Page
Procedure:
1 When you receive a Call Alert page, you hear four repeating
alert tones and the LED blinks green.
2 The backlight of the screen turns green and the display
briefly shows PAGE RCV.
You cannot send a Call Alert page.
Your radio supports the following Emergency modes:
• Emergency Alarm
• Emergency Call (Trunking Only)
• Emergency Alarm with Emergency Call
• Silent Emergency Alarm
Advanced Features
This feature allows your radio to work like a pager.
Check with your dealer or system administrator for more
information on the programming of this feature.
Only one of the Emergency modes above can be assigned to
the preprogrammed Emergency button.
Note:
To exit emergency at any time, press and hold the
preprogrammed Emergency button for about a
second.
Man Down is an alternate way to activate the Emergency
feature on the condition the Emergency must be set up for this
feature to operate.
See Man Down on page 40 for details.
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Sending an Emergency Alarm
Sending an Emergency Call (Trunking Only)
This feature lets you send a data transmission, which identifies
the radio sending the emergency, to the dispatcher.
This feature gives your radio priority access on a channel.
Note:
Emergency button press timer by default is set to 1
second. This timer is programmable from 0 – 6
seconds by a qualified technician.
Procedure:
1 Press and hold the preprogrammed Emergency button.
Advanced Features
2 The display shows EMERGNCY and the current zone or
channel. A short, medium-pitched tone sounds and the
LED blinks red momentarily.
OR
An invalid tone sounds, if the selected channel does not
support emergency.
3 When you receive the dispatcher’s acknowledgment, the
display shows ACK RCVD. Four tones sound, the alarm
ends, and the radio exits the Emergency Alarm mode.
OR
If no acknowledgement is received, the display shows
NO ACK. The alarm ends and the radio exits the Emergency
Alarm mode.
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Note:
The radio operates in the normal dispatch manner
while in Emergency Call, except, if enabled, it returns
to one of the following:
• Tactical/Non-Revert – You talk on the channel you
selected before you entered the emergency state.
• Non-Tactical/Revert – You talk on a
preprogrammed emergency channel. The
emergency alarm is sent on this same channel.
Procedure:
1 Press the preprogrammed Emergency button.
2 The display shows EMERGNCY and the current zone or
channel. A short, medium-pitched tone sounds.
OR
An invalid tone sounds, if the selected channel does not
support emergency.
3 Hold the radio vertically 1 to 2 inches (2.5 to 5.0 cm) from
your mouth.
microphone.
5 Release the PTT button to end the transmission and wait for
a response from the dispatcher.
6 Press and hold the preprogrammed Emergency button for
about a second to exit the Emergency Call mode.
Sending an Emergency Alarm with Emergency
Call
Procedure:
1 Press the preprogrammed Emergency button.
2 The display shows EMERGNCY and the current zone or
channel. A short, medium-pitched tone sounds and the
LED blinks red momentarily.
OR
An invalid tone sounds, if the selected channel does not
support emergency.
You receive the dispatcher’s acknowledgment. The display
shows ACK RCVD.
OR
You receive no acknowledgement. The display shows
NO ACK.
OR
You press the PTT button while in the Emergency Alarm
mode.
4 Hold the radio vertically 1 to 2 inches (2.5 to 5.0 cm) from
your mouth.
5 Press and hold the PTT button. Speak clearly into the
microphone.
Advanced Features
4 Press and hold the PTT button. Speak clearly into the
3 The radio enters the Emergency Call state when:
6 Release the PTT button to end the transmission and wait for
a response from the dispatcher.
7 Press and hold the preprogrammed Emergency button for
about a second to exit the Emergency Call mode.
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Sending a Silent Emergency Alarm
Using the Emergency Keep-Alive Feature
This feature allows you to send an Emergency Alarm to another
radio without any audio or visual indicators.
This feature, when enabled, prevents the radio from being
turned off via the On/Off Control knob when the radio is in the
Emergency state.
Procedure:
1 Press the preprogrammed Emergency button.
Note:
The radio only exits the Emergency state using one of
the ways mentioned in the previous sections.
2 The display shows no changes, the LED does not light up,
and you hear no tones.
Advanced Features
3 The silent emergency state continues until you:
Press and hold the preprogrammed Emergency button for
about a second to exit the Silent Emergency Alarm mode.
OR
Press and release the PTT button to exit the Silent
Emergency Alarm mode and enter regular dispatch or
Emergency Call mode.
Note:
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For ALL Emergency signals, when changing channels:
• If the new channel is also preprogrammed for
Emergency, you can change channels while in
Emergency operation. The emergency alarm or call
continues on the new channel.
• If the new channel is NOT preprogrammed for
Emergency, the display shows NO EMERG, and you
hear an invalid tone until you exit the Emergency
state or change to a channel preprogrammed for
Emergency.
See Sending an Emergency Alarm on page 34,
Sending an Emergency Call (Trunking Only) on
page 34, Sending an Emergency Alarm with
Emergency Call on page 35, or Sending a Silent
Emergency Alarm on page 36.
Fireground (Conventional Only)
• Your APX portable radios
• Incident Management Software
• Command Terminal
• Radio Frequency (RF) Modem
• DVRS (Optional)
These components provide on-scene and inbuilding radio
coverage, and enhanced personnel accountability and
monitoring.
The radio helps to indicate your presence on the scene if it is in
the range of the Incident Commander’s command terminal.
Each Fireground Communication System radio automatically
reports your radio’s ID on the commander’s mobile command
terminal. Your name, riding position and sector are all can be
configured to be seen at the Commander’s command terminal.
If you have a critical situation, you can press the Emergency
button which activates an alarm on the Incident Management
Software at the command terminal.
• Powering up or down the radio
• Automatic response to Polling
• Response to Evacuation commands
• Pressing the PTT button to make voice transmission
• Sending an Emergency Alarm and Call
Entering Fireground Zone Channel
Procedure:
Advanced Features
The portable Fireground Communications System is designed
for deployment at an incident scene. It consists of five central
components:
The Fireground signals transmission is always exchanging data
between your radio and the RF Modem and command terminal.
The status of your radio includes
1 Upon Powering Up
If the Fireground Zone Channel is set as default, you hear
gurgle tone and the home screen. You are in Fireground
zone channel.
OR
If the Fireground Zone Channel is set as default, but you
hear a short, low-pitched tone, the display shows REG FAIL
to indicate that the command terminal does not respond to
Fireground Zone Channel. Get qualified technician for
assistance.
OR
Your home channel is not Fireground Zone Channel, toggle
or change the radio zone channel to Fireground Zone
Channel.
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2 Listen for a transmission. Adjust the Volume Control Knob if
necessary.
3 Press and hold the preprogrammed Volume Set button to
hear the volume set tone. Adjust the Volume Control knob if
necessary. Release the Volume Set button.
OR
At the desired Fireground zone and channel, press the
preprogrammed Monitor button and listen for activity. Adjust
the Volume Control knob if necessary.
OR
If your radio is working in Fireground Zone Channel,
proceed to next step.
Advanced Features
4 Press and hold the PTT button to transmit. The LED lights
up solid RED while transmitting. Talk into the microphone
clearly if needed.
5 Release the PTT button to receive. You hear a Transmit End
Tone.
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Responding to Evacuation Indicator
When Incident Commander triggers Evacuation signal from his
command terminal, the RF Modem updates everyone in the
Fireground Communication System with the order to evacuate
the incident site.
Procedure:
1 Your radio sounds the Evacuation Tone at the profile’s
maximum alert tone volume level. The display shows
EVACUATE.
2 Moving the volume knob to adjust the volume of the
Evacuation Tone from full volume.
OR
Perform any action on the radio other than volume
adjustments to cancel the evacuation indications and update
the command terminal.
OR
If preprogrammed with Manual Acknowledgement of
Evacuation Command, press the PTT button shall cancel
the indications and acknowledge the command terminal.
Tactical Public Safety(TPS) (Conventional
Only)
TPS enabled the users of a group to identify a transmission
starts and ends clearly by displaying the caller’s name or ID on
the radio display.
Procedure:
1 At TPS Zone Channel
Press PTT button to transmit.Talk clearly into the
microphone. Release PTT button to listen.
OR
Receive and listen to call, the radio displays the caller’s
name or ID.
Emergency Beacon – During Emergency if the TPS radio user
pushes the Emergency button, the radio sounds a Beacon at
the maximum volume of the radio at radio’s internal speaker
and it is not adjustable. User can cancel the Beacon by exiting
Emergency mode. This beacon goes to silent when user
presses the PTT button for voice transmission.
Emergency Call De-Key Sidetone – The radio sounds an alert
tone to remind radio user that the Emergency Mode is still
active after user releases the PTT button for an Emergency call
transmission. The alert tone is shared among the Beacon and
Call De-key Sidetone. The volume of loudness depends on the
maximum tone at your radio profile.
Advanced Features
Using TPS Normal Transmission
Using TPS Emergency Transmission
Procedure:
1 Press the Emergency button to enter Emergency Mode.
You hear Emergency Beacon.
2 Press PTT button to make Emergency Call.
3 Release to listen. You hear Emergency Call De-Key
Sidetone. After a short pause, you hear Emergency Beacon.
4 Long press Emergency button to exit Emergency mode and
cancel Emergency Beacon.
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Man Down
The Man Down feature has three phases:
i
Man Down condition is determined based upon the radio tilt
angle or a combination of radio tilt angle and the lack of radio
motion.
ii
Advanced Features
Man Down feature is an alternate way to activate the
Emergency feature if Emergency has been programmed in your
radio.
Your radio automatically activates Emergency Alarm or Call
when the radio achieves or passes a tilt angle threshold or a
combination of the angle threshold and radio motion below the
motion sensitivity level, depending upon how the radio is
programmed. The radio must stay in this condition for a
preprogrammed amount of time before the Emergency Alarm or
Call is activated.
Note:
It is recommended that an Emergency button is
preprogrammed in order to allow the user to exit the
emergency condition.
The Man Down feature provides a Clear function to the user.
After a Man Down condition has been detected, the user can
press a preprogrammed Clear button or preprogrammed Menu
Select button to cancel the Man Down condition. The radio
remains in the Man Down state without triggering an emergency
condition until the radio is moved out of the Man Down state, at
which point Man Down functionality resumes.
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The radio senses the Man Down condition and Pre-Alert
Timer is initiated.
Man Down condition continues for the time duration defined
in the Pre-Alert Timer field. At the end of this time, the radio
alerts the user on the Man Down status with an audible alert
tone and Man Down text on the screen. The Post-Alert
Timer also initiates at this point.
Man Down condition continues for the time duration defined
in the Post-Alert Timer field. Once the timer expires, the
Emergency alarm is transmitted. The Man Down Clear
function is used in this phase to cancel the Man Down
condition.
The following scenarios affect the timers:
• Pressing the PTT button suspends the Man Down timers;
releasing the PTT button reinitiates the Pre-Alert Timer.
• Pressing other buttons on the radio does not impact these
timers.
• Repositioning the radio exits the Man Down feature, which
stops and resets the timers.
• Pressing a preprogrammed Clear button or pressing a Menu
Select button preprogrammed for Clear stops and resets the
timers. The timers do not restart until the radio is
repositioned.
Note:
If the radio is preprogrammed to horizontal only, it
must be worn in a vertical position otherwise the Man
Down alert may be inadvertently triggered.
When the radio is programmed with Man Down
feature, special care is required when charging the
radio with a wall mounted charger. See Handling
Your Radio on page 65 for details.
Pre-Alert Timer
This timer sets the amount of time that a Man Down condition
must be present before the radio-user is warned of the Man
Down condition.
When the radio detects that it has returned to the vertical
position or when the radio detects motion, the Pre-Alert timer
stops and is reset.
The Pre-Alert timer reinitiates when the radio detects it is in the
horizontal position or motionless again.
Post-Alert Timer
This timer sets the amount of time the radio needs to remain in
the Man Down condition before the Emergency alarm is
transmitted. When the Post-Alert Timer is initiated, the radio
alerts the user with an audible tone and displays the “MANDOWN” text.
See Exiting Man Down Feature on page 42 to exit Man Down
feature.
Alerting User When Man Down Feature is
Triggered
The Man Down alert tone volume is directly related to the
radio’s volume. Ensure that the radio’s volume is loud enough
so that the user does not miss the Post-Alert tone.
Note:
If the radio is programmed with Silent Emergency, the
radio inhibits the alert tone and visual alert associated
with the emergency feature.
Note:
If the radio is programmed in Surveillance Mode, the
radio inhibits all tones and lights on the radio including
the Man Down tones.
Advanced Features
Emergency must be set up for this feature to operate.
For details on operating the Emergency alerts, please
see Emergency Operation on page 33.
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Triggering Emergency
Procedure:
When the user does not clear the Man Down condition and the
Post-Alert Timer comes to an end, Emergency Alarm or call is
triggered. The radio sends emergency message to units within
the same Talkgroup. The radio also sends ID number and GPS
coordinates to dispatcher if these features are enabled. User
can exit Emergency following the Emergency procedure. See
Emergency Operation on page 33 for details.
Repositioning the radio or shaking the radio (when motion
sensitivity is enabled).
OR
Press the preprogrammed Man Down Clear button to exit.
OR
Press the Menu Select Button below Clr to exit.
Note:
At this point the Man Down features is complete. Use
normal Emergency procedures to cancel Emergency
transmissions.
Advanced Features
Exiting Man Down Feature
If you are not in a real Man Down situation, you should exit the
Man Down feature and prevent emergency from going off with
the following operation.
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Re-Initiating Man Down
After exiting the Emergency Operation when the radio is still in
Man Down condition (tilted achieving threshold angle or
motionless), user must first exit Man Down condition to then reinitiate the Man Down feature.
Procedure:
Return the radio to the vertical position
OR
Shake the radio (when motion sensitivity is enabled).
Handling Man Down Functional Error Messages
Note:
Procedure:
Enable the Emergency feature with Silent Alarm
disabled, but not in Surveillance Mode before running
this test on the radio.
Procedure:
When Man Down is enabled on the radio:
1 Turn the radio on and place in the vertical position, for at
least 5 seconds.
2 Lay the radio down in the horizontal position.
3 Wait for alert tone.
4 The radio alerts with audible tone and displays MAN-DOWN.
1 If your radio display shows one of the following error
messages: HW BOARD ABSENT, MAN-DOWN HW ERROR or
HW BOARD MISMATCH. Send the radio to the qualified
technician to fix this error.
Advanced Features
Testing the Man Down Feature
OR
If no tone is heard, make sure that the Man Down feature is
enabled on your radio. If Man Down feature was not
enabled, please enable it and go through steps 1,2 and 3
again.
OR
If the Man Down feature is enabled and no tone is heard,
send the radio to a qualified technician.
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Advanced
Secure Operations
Secure radio operation provides the highest commercially
available level of voice security on both trunked and
conventional channels.
Unlike other forms of security, Motorola digital encryption
provides signaling that makes it virtually impossible for others to
decode any part of an encrypted message.
Selecting Secure Transmissions
Advanced Features
Procedure:
Turn the preprogrammed Secure/Clear switch to the secure
position.
Note:
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If the selected channel is preprogrammed for clear-only
operation – when you press the PTT button, an invalid
mode tone sounds and the display shows CLR TX.
The radio will not transmit until you set the Secure/
Clear switch to the clear position.
Selecting Clear Transmissions
Procedure:
Turn the preprogrammed Secure/Clear switch to the clear
position.
Note:
If the selected channel is preprogrammed for secureonly operation – when you press the PTT button, an
invalid mode tone sounds and the display shows SEC
TX.
The radio will not transmit until you set the Secure/
Clear switch to the secure position.
The radio can be configured to ignore the clear voice or
insecured transmission when the radio is in secured
transmission. Check with your agent for details.
Using the Multikey Feature
Loading an Encryption Key
This feature allows the radio to be equipped with different
encryption keys and supports the DES-OFB algorithm.
Note:
There are two types:
Refer to the key-variable loader (KVL) manual for
equipment connections and setup.
Procedure:
1 Attach the KVL to your radio.
2 The display shows KEYLOAD, and all other radio functions,
except for power down, backlight, and volume, are locked
out.
3 Select the required keys and press the Menu Select button
directly below LOAD on the KVL. This loads the encryption
keys into your radio.
4 When the key has been loaded successfully, the radio
sounds a short tone for single-key radios.
OR
When the key has been loaded successfully, the radio
sounds an alternating tone for multikey radios.
• Conventional Multikey – The encryption keys can be tied
(strapped), on a one-per-channel basis, through Customer
Programming Software. In addition, you can have operatorselectable keys, operator-selectable keysets, and operatorselectable key erasure. If talkgroups are enabled in
conventional, then the encryption keys are strapped to the
talkgroups.
• Trunked Multikey – If you use your radio for both
conventional and trunked applications, you have to strap your
encryption keys for trunking on a per-talkgroup or
announcement-group basis. In addition, you may strap a
different key to other features, such as dynamic regrouping,
failsoft, or emergency talkgroup. You can have operatorselectable key erasure.
Advanced Features
Managing Encryption
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Erasing the Selected Encryption Keys
Requesting an Over-the-Air Rekey (ASTRO Only)
This feature allows you to erase all or selected encryption keys.
This feature, also known as OTAR, allows the dispatcher to
reprogram the encryption keys in the radio remotely. The
dispatcher performs the rekey operation upon receiving a rekey
request from the user.
Procedure:
Use the preprogrammed Top Side (Select) button and Top
(Orange) button to erase the single key in radios with the
single-key option, and to erase all keys in radios with the
multikey option.
1 Press and hold the Top Side (Select) button.
2 While holding Top Side (Select) button down, press the Top
(Orange) button.
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3 The display shows PLS WAIT.
4 When all the encryption keys have been erased, the display
shows ALL ERASED.
Note:
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DO NOT press the Top (Orange) button before
pressing the Top Side (Select) button, unless you are
in an emergency situation as this sends an emergency
alarm.
Procedure:
1 Press and hold the preprogrammed Rekey Request button
to send the rekey request.
2 If the rekey operation fails, a bad-key tone sounds and the
display shows RKY FAIL.
Note:
The rekey operation failure indicates that your radio
does not contain the Unique Shadow Key (USK). This
key must be loaded into the radio with the key-variable
loader (KVL) before the rekey request can be sent.
Refer to your local key management supervisor for
more information.
Hear Clear
This feature allows to view or define MDC Over-the-Air
Rekeying (OTAR) features.It is applied only when operating in
secure encrypted mode and only for conventional
communications. In additional to Rekey Requests, OTAR
transmissions include Delayed Acknowledgements, and Powerup Acknowledgements.
There are two components of Hear Clear.
Some of the options selected may also need to be set up at the
Key Management Controller (KMC) site to work properly.
Note:
This feature must be preprogrammed by a qualified
radio technician. Check with your dealer or system
administrator for more information.
Infinite UKEK Retention
This feature enables Unique Key Encryption Key (UKEK) to be
permanently stored in the radio even when all of the encryption
keys is erased. Without this UKEK key, the radio could not be
over the air rekeyed.
Note:
This feature must be preprogrammed by a qualified
radio technician. Check with your dealer or system
administrator for more information.
1 Companding:
Reduces the channel noise, e.g. OTA transmission, that is
predominantly present in UHF2 and 900 MHz channel with
the following features.
• Compressor – reduces the background noise flow and the
speech signal at transmitting radio.
• Expander – expands the speech while the noise flow
remains the same at receiving radio.
2 Random FM Noise Canceller (Flutter Fighter):
Reduces the unwanted effects of random FM noise pulses
caused by channel fading under high Signal-to-Noise (S/N)
conditions such as in a moving in a transportation. The fading
effects, heard as audio pops and clicks, are cancelled without
affecting the desired audio signal.
Advanced Features
MDC Over-the-Air Rekeying (OTAR) Page
The Random FM Noise Canceller operates only in receive
mode.
Note:
This feature must be preprogrammed by a qualified
radio technician. Check with your dealer or system
administrator for more information.
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Trunking System Controls
Using the Failsoft System
The failsoft system ensures continuous radio communications
during a trunked system failure. If a trunking system fails
completely, the radio goes into failsoft operation and
automatically switches to its failsoft channel.
Procedure:
1 During failsoft operation, your radio transmits and receives
in conventional operation on a predetermined frequency.
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2 A medium-pitched tone sounds every 10 seconds and the
display shows FAILSOFT.
When the trunking system returns to normal operation, your
radio automatically leaves failsoft operation and returns to
trunked operation.
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Going Out of Range
When your radio goes out of the range of the system, it can no
longer lock onto a control channel.
Procedure:
1 A low-pitched tone sounds.
AND/OR
The display shows the currently selected zone/channel
combination and OUT RNG.
2 Your radio remains in this out-of-range condition until:
It locks onto a control channel.
OR
It locks onto a failsoft channel.
OR
It is turned off.
Viewing and Changing a Site
If the zone controller loses communication with any site, that
site reverts to site trunking.
This feature allows you to view the name of the current site or
forces your radio to change to a new one.
The display shows the currently selected zone/channel
combination and STE TRNK.
Viewing the Current Site
Note:
When this occurs, you can communicate only with
other radios within your trunking site.
Locking and Unlocking a Site
This feature allows your radio to lock onto a specific site. This
feature should be used with caution, since it inhibits roaming to
another site in a wide-area system.
Procedure:
1 Use the preprogrammed Site Lock/Unlock button to toggle
the lock state between locked and unlocked.
2 The radio saves the new site lock state and returns to the
Home screen.
Procedure:
1 Press the preprogrammed Site Displ/Srch button.
2 The display momentarily shows the name of the current
site and its corresponding received signal strength indicator
(RSSI).
Advanced Features
Using the Site Trunking Feature
Changing the Current Site
Procedure:
1 Press and hold down the preprogrammed Site Displ/Srch
button.
2 A tone sounds and the display shows momentary
SCANNING.
3 When the radio finds a new site, it returns to the Home
screen.
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Mission Critical Wireless
- Bluetooth® This feature allows your radio to extend its functionality by
connecting to external proprietary Motorola Accessories.
The default setting for a Bluetooth-enabled radio is Bluetooth
ON. See Turning the Bluetooth Off on page 50 to turn the
Bluetooth OFF.
Note:
Your radio must be preprogrammed to allow you to use
this feature.
Advanced Features
Turning the Bluetooth On
Procedure:
1 Press the preprogrammed button to turn the Bluetooth on.
2 A short, medium-pitched tone sounds. The display shows
momentary BT ON, and b appears to indicate Bluetooth is
on.
OR
The display shows BT ON FL to indicate Bluetooth has failed
to launch.
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Turning the Bluetooth Off
Procedure:
1 Press the preprogrammed button to turn the Bluetooth off.
2 A short, medium-pitched tone sounds. The display shows
momentary BT OFF, and b disappears.
Re-Pair Timer
There are two options for configuring the radio’s Bluetooth
pairing type. The type defines the duration the radio and the
accessory retain the pairing information.
• Immediate – (For headset and PTT only.) When the radio
and/or device is turned off after pairing, the keys are lost. Due
to this, when your radio and your device are turned back on,
they are unable to re-connect. The user must re-pair the
devices to re-establish a new set of pairing keys. See Pairing
the Bluetooth Device with the Radio on page 52.
• Infinite – (For headset, PTT and data devices.) When the
radio and/or device are turned off after pairing, keys are NOT
lost. When the radio and the device are turned back on, they
can resume the Bluetooth connection without user
intervention.
Bluetooth Drop Timer
Re-Pair Timer Scenarios
• When the radio is powered OFF, pairing
key is lost immediately, and accessory
attempts to pair again. If pairing is
unsuccessful within the Drop Timer value,
the accessory automatically powers OFF.
Immediate
(for headset
and PTT only)
• When the accessory is powered OFF, all
keys are lost immediately, and the user
must re-pair the devices.
The Bluetooth Drop Timer has two different settings and
functions, depending upon the selection of the Re-Pair Timer.
Re-Pair Timer
Options
Drop Timer Options
Immediate
(for headset
and PTT only)
0 – 15 minutes programmable buffer time to
re-establish the Bluetooth Connection when
the Bluetooth signal is out of range.
If either device powers OFF, the pairing keys
are immediately cleared from both devices
and the devices must re-pair.
Infinite
(for headset,
PTT and data
devices)
This Timer only applies to the Accessory.
The programmable timer choices are: 0 – 15
minutes, 2 hours, 4 hours or 8 hours.
This is a "stay alive" time that the Accessory
will remain ON without the devices reconnecting before powering off. The Radio
will remain ON until the user powers the
Radio OFF. The Radio and Accessory will
remain paired indefinitely. Once the devices
re-connect, the timer is reset.
• When the devices lose Bluetooth
connection, the devices will attempt to reestablish Bluetooth Connection within the
Drop Timer value.
Infinite
(for headset,
PTT and data
devices)
• When the radio is powered OFF, the
accessory attempts to re-establish the
Bluetooth Connection for a period of time
depending upon the Drop Timer value. If
the devices fails to reconnect within the
period, the accessory then powers OFF.
Advanced Features
Re-Pair Timer
Options
Check with your dealer or system administrator for more
information about these timers.
See Pairing the Bluetooth Device with the Radio on page 52
to establish the Bluetooth Connection.
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Pairing the Bluetooth Device with the Radio
Procedure:
Note:
Bluetooth
Pairing
Location
Bluetooth tones, Bluetooth menu and Preprogrammed
buttons must be preprogrammed by a qualified radio
technician. Check with your dealer or system
administrator for more information.
With your radio’s Bluetooth feature ON, and the Bluetooth tones
enabled:
1 Turn on the accessory, then place it close to your radio
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aligning the Bluetooth Pairing Location on the radio to the
Bluetooth Pairing Location (a blue dot) on the accessory.
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The range of Bluetooth operation is 10 meters line-of-sight
communication. This is an unobstructed path between the
location of the signal transmitter (your radio) and the location of
the receiver (your device or accessory).
Obstacles that can cause an obstruction in the line-of-sight
include trees, buildings, mountains, cars and etc.
It is NOT recommended that you leave your radio behind and
expect your accessory to work with a high degree of reliability
when they are separated.
At the fringe areas of reception, both voice and tone quality will
start to sound "garbled" or "broken". To correct this problem,
simply position the Accessory and Radio closer to each other
(within the 10 meter defined range) to re-establish clear audio
reception.
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2 If the pairing process is successful, the radio sounds an
incremental-pitched tone to indicate paired.
OR
If the pairing process fails, the radio sounds a short, lowpitched tone. The display shows PAIRFAIL. Repeat step 1
again.
3 The radio continues to connect to the device.
If the connecting process is successful, the radio sounds an
incremental-pitched tone. The display shows <Device
Type> CONNCTED, and the Bluetooth icon turns from b to
a.
OR
If the device already has pairing records and the connecting
process fails, the radio sounds a short, low-pitched tone.
The display shows <Device Type> CON FAIL. Repeat step
2 to reconnect the Bluetooth device.
Turning the Bluetooth Audio On (Routing the
Audio from the Radio to the Headset)
Procedure:
1 Press the preprogrammed button to route the audio from the
radio to the headset.
2 A short, medium-pitched tone sounds. The display shows
Indicating the Bluetooth Connection is Lost
The radio shows a when the devices have a Bluetooth
connection. Below is the scenario and radio indications when
the connection is interrupted.
Procedure:
1 The Bluetooth icon starts blinking for 10 seconds. The radio
sounds an decremental-pitched tone and the display shows
<Device Type> alternates with CON LOST.
2 If the Bluetooth device successfully re-connects before the
Bluetooth Drop Timer expires, the display shows momentary
<Device Type> CONNCTED, and a shows persistently.
OR
If the Bluetooth device fails to re-connect within 10 seconds,
the blinking a is replaced by a persistent b.
HDSET ON.
Turning the Bluetooth Audio Off (Routing the
Audio from the Headset to the Radio)
Procedure:
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OR
If the connecting process is immediately following the
pairing process and the connecting process fails to
complete within the 6 seconds, the radio sounds a
decremental-pitched tone to indicate unpaired. The display
shows <Device Type> UNPAIRED. Repeat step 1 to reinitiate the pairing process.
1 Press the preprogrammed button to route the audio from the
headset to the radio.
2 A short, medium-pitched tone sounds. The display shows
SPKR ON.
Adjusting the Volume of the Radio from Bluetooth
Audio Device
Procedure:
With the Bluetooth audio device connected to the radio:
1 Adjust volume up/down on the bluetooth audio device.
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2 The radio display shows VOL XX and sounds a short,
medium-pitched tone.
Clearing All Bluetooth Devices Information
1 Long press the preprogrammed Bluetooth On/Off button. A
short, medium-pitched tone sounds.
2 The display shows PLS WAIT to indicate clearing is in
progress.
3 The display shows ALL CLR to indicate clearing is
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successful.
OR
The radio sounds a short, low-pitched tone. The display
shows CLR FAIL to indicate clearing has failed.
Note:
If Re-Pair Timer is set to infinite and you clear keys on
the radio, you must clear keys on all previously paired
devices as well. (Please see your accessories manual
for further details.)
Pairing with LEX 700
Procedure:
With the radio Bluetooth feature ON, and the Bluetooth tones
enabled:
1 Turn on the LEX 700 and activate the Bluetooth feature.
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2 Place it close to the radio aligning the Bluetooth Pairing
Location on LEX 700 with the Bluetooth Pairing Location on
the radio.
3 If the pairing process is successful, you hear an
incremental-pitched tone from the radio.
OR
If the pairing process fails, you hear a short, low-pitched
tone. The display shows PAIRFAIL. Repeat step 1 again.
4 The radio continues to connect to LEX 700.
If the connecting process immediately follows the pairing
process and the connecting process fails to complete within
6 seconds, you hear a decremental-pitched tone to indicate
unpaired. The display shows LEX 700 UNPAIRED. Repeat
step 1 to re-initiate the pairing process.
Programming Over Project 25 (POP 25)
(ASTRO 25 and ASTRO Conventional)
This feature enables configuration data to be upgraded to your
radio over-the-air. This feature retains full use of the radio
during the configuration data transfer without interrupting
communication. The upgrade pauses to give priorities to voice
call, and continues after the voice call ended.
Once a configuration upgrade is downloaded to your radio, it is
automatically installed during power up of your radio.
Note:
This feature must be preprogrammed by a qualified
radio technician. Check with your dealer or system
administrator for more information.
Advanced Features
If the connecting process is successful, you hear an
incremental-pitched tone. The display shows LEX 700
CONNCTED, and the Bluetooth icon turns from b to a.
OR
If the device already have pairing records and the
connecting process fails, you hear a short, low-pitched tone.
The display shows LEX 700 CON FAIL. Repeat step 2 to
reconnect the Bluetooth device.
OR
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Utilities
Procedure:
1 Use the preprogrammed Basic Zone Bank button to toggle
Using the Flip Display
This feature allows you to reverse the content of the top display
upside down. It is particularly useful when you would like to read
the top display while the radio is still in the carry holder attached
to your belt.
Procedure:
Press and hold the preprogrammed Light/Flip button to reverse
the display.
Advanced Features
Selecting a Basic Zone Bank
This feature allows twice as many zones to be accessed from a
switch, doubling the amount of switch positions.
Note:
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The Zone Select feature must be preprogrammed to
the 3-position A-B-C switch, while the Basic Zone Bank
feature must be preprogrammed to any side button or
Top (Orange) button before you can use this feature.
the position between Bank 1 and Bank 2.
2 The top display shows the status icons (A, B, C, D, E or F) or
the zone name based on the bank and switch position
selected.
See Basic Zone Bank 1 and Basic Zone Bank 2 on page 15
for more information on the status icons.
Selecting an Enhanced Zone Bank
This feature is created in order to allow users to communicate in
more zones. An Enhanced Zone Bank (EZB) consists of three
zones. This also means each icon A, B, C, ... or Y consists of
three zones. You can use the preprogrammed 3-position A-B-C
switch to select the first, second or third zone in an EZB.
This feature allows user to navigate from up to 75 zones in 25
EZBs.
Note:
The Zone Select feature must be preprogrammed to
the 3-position A-B-C switch, while the Enhanced Zone
Bank feature must be preprogrammed to any side
button or Top (Orange) button before you can use this
feature.
Settings:
1 Press the preprogrammed EZB Up or EZB Down button to
• Select Low for a shorter transmitting distance and to
scroll the EZB up or down.
OR
Press and hold the preprogrammed EZB Up or EZB Down
button to fast scroll the EZB up or down.
2 Turn the 3-Position A/B/C Switch to select the first, second
or third zone in the selected EZB.
Selecting the Power Level
This feature enables you to reduce the transmit power level for
specific case that require a lower power level. You can select
the power level at which your radio transmits. The radio always
turns on to the default setting.
Note:
Please refer to your agent or qualified radio technician
to enable this feature.
These reduced transmit power level settings do not affect your
radio’s receiving performance, nor diminish the overall quality of
audio and data functionality given the following conditions.
conserve power.
• Select High for a longer transmitting distance.
Procedure:
1 Press the preprogrammed Transmit Power Level Switch
to toggle the power level between low and high power.
2 The display shows LOW PWR and the low power icon.
OR
The display shows HIGH PWR and the high power icon.
Controlling the Display Backlight
Advanced Features
Procedure:
You can enable or disable the radio’s display backlight as
needed, if poor light conditions make the display difficult to read.
Procedure:
Press the preprogrammed Light/Flip button to toggle the
backlight on or off.
OR
Press any programmable radio controls or buttons to turn the
backlight on.
Note:
The backlight remains on for a preprogrammed time
before it automatically turns off completely or returns to
the minimum backlight level.
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Locking and Unlocking the Controls
Turning Voice Mute On or Off
You can lock your radio’s programmable buttons, switches and
rotary knobs to avoid inadvertent entry. Check with your dealer
or qualified technician for best selection to suite your usage.
You can enable and disable voice transmission, if needed.
Procedure:
1 Toggle the preprogrammed Keypad Lock button or switch
to on.
2 The display shows CTRL LCK.
3 Toggle again to unlock the keypad.
Procedure:
1 Press the preprogrammed Voice Mute button to turn the
feature off or on.
2 The display shows momentary VMUT OFF, and a short tone
sounds, indicating that the feature is disabled.
OR
The display shows momentary VMUT ON, and a short tone
sounds, indicating that the feature is enabled.
Advanced Features
Using the Time-Out Timer
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This feature turns off your radio’s transmitter. You cannot
transmit longer than the preset timer setting.
If you attempt to do so, the radio automatically stops your
transmission, and you hear a talk-prohibit tone.
Note:
You will hear a brief, low-pitched, warning tone four
seconds before the transmission times out.
Procedure:
1 Hold down the PTT button longer than the preprogrammed
time. You hear a short, low-pitched warning tone, the
transmission is cut-off, and the LED goes out until you
release the PTT button.
2 Release the PTT button. The timer resets.
3 Press the PTT button to re-transmit. The time-out timer
Using the Conventional Squelch Operation
Features
This feature filters out unwanted calls with low signal strength or
channels that have a higher than normal background noise.
Analog Options
Tone Private Line (PL), Digital Private-Line (DPL), and carrier
squelch can be available (preprogrammed) per channel.
Mode
Result
Carrier squelch (C)
You hear all traffic on a channel.
PL or DPL
The radio responds only to your
messages.
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The timer is defaulted at 60 seconds, but it can be
preprogrammed from 3 to 120 seconds, in 15-second intervals,
or it can be disabled entirely for each radio mode, by a qualified
radio technician.
restarts and the LED lights up solid red.
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Digital Options
Using the PL Defeat Feature
One or more of the following options may be preprogrammed in
your radio. Check with your dealer or system administrator for
more information.
This feature allows you to override any coded squelch (DPL or
PL) that might be preprogrammed to a channel. The radio will
also unmute to any digital activity on a digital channel.
Option
Advanced Features
Digital Carrier-Operated
Squelch (COS)
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Result
You hear any digital traffic.
Normal Squelch
You hear any digital traffic having
the correct network access code.
Selective Switch
You hear any digital traffic having
the correct network access code
and correct talkgroup.
Procedure:
Place the preprogrammed PL Defeat switch in the PL Defeat
position. You hear any activity on the channel.
OR
The radio is muted if no activity is present.
Note:
When this feature is active, the Carrier Squelch status
indicator is displayed.
Using the Digital PTT ID Feature
Three variations of smart PTT are available:
Transmit Inhibit
on Busy Channel
with Carrier
You cannot transmit if any traffic is
detected on the channel.
Your radio’s ID number is also automatically sent every time the
PTT button is pressed. This is a per-channel feature. For digital
voice transmissions, your radio’s ID is sent continuously during
the voice message.
Transmit Inhibit
on Busy Channel
with Wrong
Squelch Code
You cannot transmit on an active
channel with a squelch code or
(if secure-equipped) encryption key
other than your own. If the PL code is
the same as yours, the transmission is
not prevented.
Quick-Key
Override
This feature can work in conjunction
with either of the two above variations.
You can override the transmit-inhibit
state by quick-keying the radio. In other
words, two PTT button presses within
the preprogrammed time limit.
Using the Smart PTT Feature (Conventional Only)
Smart PTT is a per-personality, programmable feature used in
conventional radio systems to keep radio users from talking
over other radio conversations.
When smart PTT is enabled in your radio, you cannot transmit
on an active channel.
Advanced Features
This feature allows you to see the radio ID (number) of the radio
from whom you are currently receiving a transmission. This ID,
consisting up to a maximum of eight characters, can be viewed
by both the receiving radio and the dispatcher.
If you try to transmit on an active smart-PTT channel, you hear
an alert tone, and the transmission is inhibited. The LED lights
up solid yellow to indicate that the channel is busy.
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Voice Announcement
This feature enables the radio to audibly indicate the current
feature mode, Zone or Channel the user has just assigned. This
audio indicator can be customized per customer requirements.
This is typically useful when the user is in a difficult condition to
read the content shown on the display.
Each voice announcement is within a limit of three seconds
maximum. The sum total duration for all voice announcements
in a radio shall be no more than 1000 seconds.
Advanced Features
Note:
This feature must be preprogrammed by a qualified
radio technician.
Check with your agent if Voice Announcement is
available for the feature you need.
The two options of priority for the Voice Announcement
available are:
• High – enables the voice of the feature to announce even
when the radio is receiving calls.
• Low – disables the voice of the feature from announcing
when the radio is receiving calls.
Procedure:
You hear a voice announcement when the features below are
preprogrammed in the radio.
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• The radio powers up. The radio announces the current zone
and channel it is transmitting.
• Press the preprogrammed voice announcement button
(which specifically programmed to playback the current zone
and channel). The radio announces the current zone and
channel it is transmitting.
Note:
Pressing this preprogrammed playback button will
always enable the voice feature to announce in High
priority.
All the three programmable buttons at the side of the
radio support this feature.
• Change to a new zone. The radio announces the current
zone and channel it is transmitting.
• Change to a new channel remaining within the current zone.
The radio announces the current channel.
• Press either the preprogrammed button or switch of the radio
to launch or terminate Scan, Talkaround/Direct or Transmit
Inhibit. The radio announces the corresponding feature
activation.
Helpful Tips
!
Caution
Helpful Tips
Take a moment to review the following:
Caring for Your Radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 63
Cleaning Your Radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 64
Handling Your Radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 65
Servicing Your Radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 65
Taking Care of the Battery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 66
Checking the Battery Charge Status . . . . . . . . . . . . page 66
Battery Recycling and Disposal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 67
Caring for Your Radio
• Your radio casting has
a vent port that allows
for pressure
equalization in the
radio. Never poke this
vent with any objects,
such as needles,
tweezers, or
screwdrivers. This
could create leak
paths into the radio
and the radio’s
submergibility will be
lost. Vent
Port
• (For APX 7000 R Radios Only)
Your radio is designed to be submerged to a
maximum depth of 6 feet, with a maximum
submersion time of 2 hours. Exceeding either
maximum limit may result in damage to the
radio.
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!
Caution
• (For APX 7000 R Radios Only)
Elastomer technology materials used for seals
in rugged portable radios can age with time and
environmental exposure. Therefore, Motorola
recommends that rugged radios be checked
annually as a preventive measure in order to
assure the watertight integrity of the radio.
Motorola details the disassembly, test, and
reassembly procedures along with necessary
test equipment needed to inspect, maintain and
troubleshoot radio seals in the radio’s service
manual.
• If the radio battery contact area has been
submerged in water, dry and clean the radio
battery contacts before attaching a battery to the
radio. Otherwise, the water could short-circuit
the radio.
Helpful Tips
• If the radio has been submerged in water, shake
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the radio well so that any water that may be
trapped inside the speaker grille and
microphone port can be removed. Otherwise,
the water will decrease the audio quality of the
radio.
• Do not disassemble the radio. This could
damage radio seals and result in leak paths into
the radio. Any radio maintenance should be
performed only by a qualified radio technician.
Cleaning Your Radio
Procedure:
To clean the external surfaces of your radio:
1 Combine one teaspoon of mild dishwashing detergent to
one gallon of water (0.5% solution).
2 Apply the solution sparingly with a stiff, non-metallic, shortbristled brush, making sure excess detergent does not get
entrapped near the connectors, controls or crevices. Dry the
radio thoroughly with a soft, lint-free cloth.
3 Clean battery contacts with a lint-free cloth to remove dirt or
grease.
!
Caution
Do not use solvents to clean your radios as most
chemicals may permanently damage the radio
housing and texture.
Do not submerge the radio in the detergent
solution.
Servicing Your Radio
• Do not pound, drop, or throw the radio unnecessarily. Never
Proper repair and maintenance procedures will assure efficient
operation and long life for this product. A Motorola maintenance
agreement will provide expert service to keep this and all other
communication equipment in perfect operating condition. A
nationwide service organization is provided by Motorola to
support maintenance services. Through its maintenance and
installation program, Motorola makes available the finest
service to those desiring reliable, continuous communications
on a contract basis. For a contract service agreement, please
contact your nearest Motorola service or sales representative,
or an authorized Motorola dealer.
carry the radio by the antenna.
• Avoid subjecting the radio to an excess of liquids. Do not
submerge the radio unless it is a ruggedized, APX 7000 R
model.
• Avoid subjecting the radio to corrosives, solvents or
chemicals.
• Do not disassemble the radio.
• Keep the accessory-connector cover in place until ready to
use the connector. Replace the cover immediately once the
accessory has been disconnected.
• When charging the radio using a wall mounted charger, the
radio must be turned off. Otherwise, the Man Down Alert
and Emergency may be accidentally triggered.
Helpful Tips
Handling Your Radio
Express Service Plus (ESP) is an optional extended service
coverage plan, which provides for the repair of this product for
an additional period of either one or two years beyond the
normal expiration date of the standard warranty. For more
information about ESP, contact the Motorola Radio Support
Center at 3761 South Central Avenue, Rockford, IL 61102 (800)
227-6772 / (847)725-4200.
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Taking Care of the Battery
Checking the Battery Charge Status
Your radio can indicate the battery’s charge status through:
• the LED and sounds.
• the fuel gauge icon on the display.
LED and Sounds
When your battery is low:
• the LED blinks red when the PTT button is pressed.
• you hear a low-battery “chirp” (short, high-pitched tone).
Helpful Tips
Fuel Gauge Icon
0
A blinking fuel gauge icon ( ) is displayed only when the
battery voltage drops to low level. In this case, replace the
battery with a fully charged one.
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Gauge
Battery Charge
U
76% to 100% full*
T
51% to 75%*
S
26% to 50%*
R
11% to 25%*
Q
10% or less (at 10%, the gauge begins blinking)
*These are for IMPRES battery operation only.
Battery Recycling and Disposal
For the location of the drop-off facility closest to you, access
RBRC's Internet web site at www.rbrc.com or call 1-800-8BATTERY. This internet site and telephone number also provide
other useful information concerning recycling options for
consumers, businesses, and governmental agencies.
Helpful Tips
In the U.S. and Canada, Motorola participates in the nationwide
Rechargeable Battery Recycling Corporation (RBRC) program
for battery collection and recycling. Many retailers and dealers
participate in this program.
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Accessories
The accessory link below is for APX radios. Not all accessories
are FCC certified for operation with all APX models and/or
bandsplits. Please refer to the specific APX radio price pages
for a list of FCC certified accessories or contact your sales
representative for accessory compatibility.
Accessories
http://www.motorolasolutions.com/APX
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Highlights for the Accessories
1 GPS only antenna is only used in either a single band UHF
or 700/800 application where the Public Safety Microphone
(PSM) is used with the corresponding PSM antenna. This
antenna is only for GPS reception and cannot be used for
receive/transmit operation at UHF, VHF or 700/800. This
antenna is never to be used on the PSM.
State the position of the vessel in distress, using any
information that will help responders to locate you, e.g.:
5
• latitude and longitude
• bearing (state whether you are using true or magnetic
north)
• distance to a well-known landmark
• vessel course, speed or destination
State the nature of the distress.
6
Specify what kind of assistance you need.
7
State the number of persons on board and the number
needing medical attention, if any.
If you are in imminent and grave danger at sea and require
emergency assistance, use VHF Channel 16 to send a distress
call to nearby vessels and the United States Coast Guard.
Transmit the following information, in this order:
1 “MAYDAY, MAYDAY, MAYDAY.”
8
Mention any other information that would be helpful to
responders, such as type of vessel, vessel length and/or
tonnage, hull color, etc.
9
“OVER.”
2
11 If you do not receive an immediate response, remain by the
radio and repeat the transmission at intervals until you
receive a response. Be prepared to follow any instructions
given to you.
Take a moment to review the following:
Special Channel Assignments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 69
Operating Frequency Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 70
Special Channel Assignments
Emergency Channel
“THIS IS _____________________, CALL SIGN
__________.”
State the name of the vessel in distress 3 times, followed
by the call sign or other identification of the vessel, stated 3
times.
3
Repeat “MAYDAY” and the name of the vessel.
4
“WE ARE LOCATED AT _______________________.”
Appendix: Maritime Radio Use in the VHF Frequency Range
Appendix: Maritime Radio Use in the
VHF Frequency Range
10 Wait for a response.
Non-Commercial Call Channel
For non-commercial transmissions, such as fishing reports,
rendezvous arrangements, repair scheduling, or berthing
information, use VHF Channel 9.
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Appendix: Maritime Radio Use in the VHF Frequency Range
Operating Frequency Requirements
A radio designated for shipboard use must comply with Federal
Communications Commission Rule Part 80 as follows:
• on ships subject to Part II of Title III of the Communications
Act, the radio must be capable of operating on the 156.800
MHz frequency
•
on ships subject to the Safety Convention, the radio must be
capable of operating:
•
•
in the simplex mode on the ship station transmitting
frequencies specified in the 156.025 – 157.425 MHz
frequency band, and
in the semiduplex mode on the two frequency channels
specified in the table below.
Note:
Simplex channels 3, 21, 23, 61, 64, 81, 82, and 83
cannot be lawfully used by the general public in US
waters.
Additional information about operating requirements in the
Maritime Services can be obtained from the full text of FCC
Rule Part 80 and from the US Coast Guard.
Table A-1: VHF Marine Channel List
Frequency (MHz)
Table A-1: VHF Marine Channel List (Continued)
Frequency (MHz)
Channel
Number
Transmit
Receive
*
156.150
160.750
4
156.200
160.800
5
156.250
160.850
6
156.300
–
7
156.350
160.950
8
156.400
–
9
156.450
156.450
10
156.500
156.500
11
156.550
156.550
12
156.600
156.600
13**
156.650
156.650
14
156.700
156.700
15**
156.750
156.750
16
156.800
156.800
17**
156.850
156.850
18
156.900
161.500
156.950
161.550
Channel
Number
Transmit
Receive
19
1
156.050
160.650
20
157.000
161.600
160.700
*
157.050
161.650
22
157.100
161.700
2
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156.100
Table A-1: VHF Marine Channel List (Continued)
Table A-1: VHF Marine Channel List (Continued)
Frequency (MHz)
Transmit
*
157.150
24
157.200
161.800
25
157.250
161.850
26
157.300
161.900
27
157.350
28
157.400
60
Frequency (MHz)
Receive
Channel
Number
Transmit
Receive
161.750
75
***
***
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***
***
77**
156.875
–
78
156.925
161.525
161.950
79
156.975
161.575
162.000
80
157.025
161.625
156.025
160.625
*
157.075
161.675
*
156.075
160.675
*
157.125
161.725
62
156.125
160.725
*
157.175
161.775
63
156.175
160.775
84
157.225
161.825
*
156.225
160.825
85
157.275
161.875
65
156.275
160.875
86
157.325
161.925
66
156.325
160.925
87
157.375
161.975
67**
156.375
156.375
88
157.425
162.025
68
156.425
156.425
69
156.475
156.475
71
156.575
156.575
72
156.625
–
73
156.675
156.675
74
156.725
156.725
Appendix: Maritime Radio Use in the VHF Frequency Range
Channel
Number
*
Simplex channels 3, 21, 23, 61, 64, 81, 82, and 83 cannot be
lawfully used by the general public in US waters.
** Low power (1 W) only
*** Guard band
Note:
A – in the Receive column indicates that the channel is
transmit only.
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Term
Glossary
This glossary is a list of specialized terms used in this manual.
Glossary
Term
Acknowledgment of communication.
Active Channel
A channel that has traffic on it.
Analog Signal
An RF signal that has a continuous nature
rather than a pulsed or discrete nature.
ARS
Automatic Registration Service
ASTRO 25
Motorola standard for wireless digital
trunked communications.
ASTRO
Conventional
Motorola standard for wireless digital
conventional communications.
Autoscan
A feature that allows the radio to
automatically scan the members of a scan
list.
Bluetooth
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Bluetooth
Pairing
Bluetooth pairing occurs when two
bluetooth devices exchanged a passkey to
form a paired Bluetooth wireless
connection.
Call Alert
Privately page an individual by sending an
audible tone.
Carrier Squelch
Feature that responds to the presence of
an RF carrier by opening or unmuting
(turning on) a receiver’s audio circuit. A
squelch circuit silences the radio when no
signal is being received so that the user
does not have to listen to “noise”.
Central
Controller
A software-controlled, computer-driven
device that receives and generates data for
the trunked radios assigned to it. It
monitors and directs the operations of the
trunked repeaters.
Channel
A group of characteristics such as transmit/
receive frequency pairs, radio parameters,
and encryption encoding.
Definition
ACK
Bluetooth is an open wireless technology
standard for exchanging data over short
distances from fixed and mobile devices
with high levels of security.
Definition
Term
Definition
Conventional
Typically refers to radio-to-radio
communications, sometimes through a
repeater (see Trunking).
Conventional
Scan List
A scan list that includes only conventional
channels.
Deadlock
Displayed by the radio after three failed
attempts to unlock the radio.The radio must
be powered off and on prior to another
attempt.
Digital Private
Line (DPL)
A type of coded squelch using data bursts.
Similar to PL except a digital code is used
instead of a tone.
Digital Signal
An RF signal that has a pulsed, or discrete,
nature, rather than a continuous nature.
Dispatcher
An individual who has radio system
management duties.
Definition
Dynamic
Regrouping
A feature that allows the dispatcher to
temporarily reassign selected radios to a
single special channel so they can
communicate with each other.
Failsoft
A feature that allows communications to
take place even though the central
controller has failed. Each trunked repeater
in the system transmits a data word
informing every radio that the system has
gone into failsoft.
FCC
Federal Communications Commission.
FM
Frequency Modulation
Hang Up
Disconnect.
Home screen
The first display information after the radio
completes its self test.
KVL
Key-variable loader: A device for loading
encryption keys into the radio.
LCD
Liquid crystal display.
LED
Light-emitting diode.
Li-Ion
Lithium ion.
Glossary
In a trunking system, one of the channels
that is used to provide a continuous, twoControl Channel way/data communications path between
the central controller and all radios on the
system.
Term
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Term
Man Down
Glossary
Monitor
Multi-System
Talkgroup Scan
List
Definition
A life-saving feature that senses the radio
user may be in trouble by monitoring the
whether the radio is in a vertical or
horizontal position or whether the radio is
motionless.
When this feature is triggered, the radio
alerts the user with audio and visual alerts.
It can also trigger Emergency Alarm if
enabled.
Check channel activity by pressing the
Monitor button. If the channel is clear, you
hear static. If the channel is in use, you
hear conversation. It also serves as a way
to check the volume level of the radio,
since the radio “opens the squelch” when
the monitor button is pressed.
A scan list that can include both talkgroups
(trunked) and channels (conventional).
Network Access Code (NAC) operates on
Network Access digital channels to reduce voice channel
Code
interference between adjacent systems
and sites.
NiMH
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Nickel-metal-hydride.
Term
Definition
Non-Tactical/
Revert
The user talks on a preprogrammed
emergency channel. The emergency alarm
is sent out on this same channel.
OTAR
Over-the-air rekeying.
Page
A one-way alert, with audio and/or display
messages.
Personality
A set of unique features specific to a radio.
Preprogrammed
Refers to a software feature that has been
activated by a qualified radio technician.
Private Line
(PL)
A sub-audible tone that is transmitted such
that only receivers decoding the tone
receives it.
Programmable
Refers to a radio control that can have a
radio feature assigned to it.
PTT
Push-To-Talk – the PTT button engages
the transmitter and puts the radio in
transmit (send) operation when pressed.
Radio
Frequency (RF)
The part of the general frequency spectrum
between the audio and infrared light
regions (about 10 kHz to 10,000,000 MHz).
Term
A conventional radio feature, where you
talk through a receive/transmit facility that
re-transmits received signals, in order to
improve communications range and
coverage.
Any digital P25 traffic having the correct
Selective Switch Network Access Code and the correct
talkgroup.
Squelch
Special electronic circuitry, added to the
receiver of a radio, that reduces, or cuts off,
unwanted signals before they are heard in
the speaker.
Standby
An operating condition whereby the radio’s
speaker is muted but still continues to
receive data.
Status Calls
Pre-defined text messages that allow the
user to send a conditional message without
talking.
Term
Definition
Tactical/
Non-Revert
The user talks on the channel that was
selected before the radio entered the
emergency state.
Talkaround
Bypass a repeater and talk directly to
another unit for easy local unit-to-unit
communications.
Talkgroup
An organization or group of radio users
who communicate with each other using
the same communication path.
Trunking
The automatic sharing of communications
paths between a large number of users
(see Conventional).
Trunking
Priority Monitor
Scan List
A scan list that includes talkgroups that are
all from the same trunking system.
USK
Unique Shadow Key.
Zone
A grouping of channels.
Glossary
Repeater
Definition
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unless made in writing and signed by an officer of MOTOROLA.
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I. WHAT THIS WARRANTY COVERS AND FOR HOW
LONG:
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MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS INC. (“MOTOROLA”) warrants the
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(“Product”) against defects in material and workmanship under
normal use and service for a period of time from the date of
purchase as scheduled below:
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One (1) Year
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One (1) Year
MOTOROLA, at its option, will at no charge either repair the
Product (with new or reconditioned parts), replace it (with a new or
reconditioned Product), or refund the purchase price of the Product
during the warranty period provided it is returned in accordance
with the terms of this warranty. Replaced parts or boards are
warranted for the balance of the original applicable warranty period.
All replaced parts of Product shall become the property of
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This express limited warranty is extended by MOTOROLA to the
original end user purchaser only and is not assignable or
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installation, maintenance or service of the Product.
MOTOROLA cannot be responsible in any way for any ancillary
equipment not furnished by MOTOROLA which is attached to or
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III. STATE LAW RIGHTS:
C)Defects or damage from improper testing, operation,
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D)Breakage or damage to antennas unless caused directly by
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E) A Product subjected to unauthorized Product modifications,
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to the Product of non-MOTOROLA supplied equipment) which
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F) Product which has had the serial number removed or made
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G)Rechargeable batteries if:
(1) any of the seals on the battery enclosure of cells are broken
or show evidence of tampering.
(2) the damage or defect is caused by charging or using the
battery in equipment or service other than the Product for which it
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H)Freight costs to the repair depot.
I) A Product which, due to illegal or unauthorized alteration of the
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J) Scratches or other cosmetic damage to Product surfaces that
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against the end user purchaser to the extent that it is based on a
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MOTOROLA will pay those costs and damages finally awarded
against the end user purchaser in any such suit which are
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such purchaser the right to continue using the Product or parts or
to replace or modify the same so that it becomes non-infringing
or to grant such purchaser a credit for the Product or parts as
depreciated and accept its return. The depreciation will be an
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infringement which is based upon the combination of the Product or
parts furnished hereunder with software, apparatus or devices not
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replacement or refund for a major failure and compensation for
any other reasonably foreseeable loss or damage. You are also
entitled to have the goods repaired or replaced if the goods fail
to be of acceptable quality and the failure does not amount to a
major failure.
Motorola Solutions Australia’s limited warranty below is in
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Australian Consumer Law. If you have any queries, please call
Motorola Solutions Australia at 1800 457 439. You may also
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This warranty is given by Motorola Solutions Australia Pty
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