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Speaker/
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3-Position
Switch
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Top Button
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dotted line.
PTT Switch
Side Button 2
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Side Button 1
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Top Side
Button
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On/Off/
Volume Knob
Concentric
Switch
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16-Position
Select Knob
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Press m directly below ZONE.
Press . until the desired zone name appears.
2.
3.
Press o or the PTT Switch.
7.
6.
5.
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Press o or the PTT Switch.
Press . until the
desired channel name
appears.
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Zone/Channel
Select Knob to
the desired
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channel; then
CHAN.
OR
go to step 7.
4a. Press . until the
CHAN softkey appears.
If you would like a different channel:
4.
If the displayed zone/channel combination is
acceptable:
Press . until the ZONE softkey appears.
1.
Selecting a Zone and Channel:
Receiving: Release the PTT Switch.
Transmitting: Press and hold the PTT Switch.
Monitoring (Conventional Channels Only):
Momentarily press the Monitor Button and listen
for voice activity.
Turning the Radio On: Rotate the On/Off/
Volume Control Knob clockwise.
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Press m directly below the desired softkey.
3a. If you wish to call the
3b. Press , or .
last number dialed,
until you locate
press the PTT
the member’s
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number you
OR
wish to call.
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PTT Switch.
2.
PAGE for a Call-Alert Page
CALL for a Private-Conversation Call
PHON for Telephone Call
1b. Press the Phone,
1a. Press . until one of
Call, or Page
the following
OR
Button; then go
softkeys appears:
to step 3a or 3b.
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COMMON and
SPECIAL RADIO FEATURES
Most of your radio features can be accessed by
performing the following steps (for more detail,
refer to the feature description in your manual).
Press m directly
below the desired
softkey.
1b. Press (or rotate) the
1a. Press . until the
Feature Button/
desired softkey
Switch (if
appears (see
programmed, see
“ Softkey Feature
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OR
List” at right).
takes your directly
to step 3.
2.
3.
In most cases, the display will change to show
the current state of the feature and the
available softkey choices.
4a. If you want to change the feature state, press m
directly below the desired softkey choice.
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Softkey Feature List
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CHAN
CALL
Call-Alert Page
Keypad Tones Muting
Message-List Selection
Encyption Key(s) Index Grouping
Radio Lock (Log Off)
Erasure (Zeroization) of
Encryption Key(s)
Bypass Repeater (Talkaround) and
Talk Directly to Another Radio
Channel Selection
Individual Private-Conversation
Call or Selection Call
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VIEW
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STS
SITE
SCAN
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PROG
Softkey
Zone Selection
List Viewing
Talkgroup Selection
Status-List Selection
Multiple Site Selection
Scan Operation
New Dynamic-Regrouping Request
TX Power-Level Selection
List Programming of IndividualCall Numbers and Scan Channels
Feature
Feature
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Softkey
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OR
4b. If you do not want to change the feature state,
press o or the PTT Switch.
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LED Indicator
What it Means
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Name
Description
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Battery
Status
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Carrier
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Indicates the radio is operating in the
carrier-squelch mode.
Secure
Operation
Appears when your radio is
operating in secure mode. Does not
appear when your radio is operating
in clear mode. Flashes when an
encrypted voice call is being
received.
Call
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Flashes an individual call is received.
Scan
Indicates the radio is scanning.
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Flashing)
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priority-one channel.
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priority-two channel.
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directly to another radio (talkaround)
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= repeater. Appears when you are
talking directly to another radio
instead of through a repeater (that is,
your radio is in talkaround mode).
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Tone Name
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LowPitched
Tone
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Reject
When the radio fails to receive an
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When an unauthorized request is
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Time-Out Timer Four seconds before time out.
Warning
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Tone
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Tones
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Talk Prohibit/
PTT Inhibit
When the PTT button is pressed and
transmissions are not allowed.
Out-of-Range
When the PTT button is pressed and
the radio is out of range of the system.
Invalid Mode
When the radio is on a channel that is
not programmed.
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for greater than six seconds without
any activity.
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Channel
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At the beginning of a non-coded
communication.
Upon receipt of activity on a priority
channel.
Emergency
Alarm
Entry
Upon entering emergency state.
Central Echo
When the central controller has
received a request from a radio.
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Tone
Failsoft
Sounds when volume level is adjusted
on a quiet channel.
Upon exiting emergency state
When data is sent by pressing the PTT
button, but the user must wait to talk.
When system fails.
Automatic Call When voice channel becomes available
Back
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Tones
Talk Permit
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verifying system accepting
transmissions.
DispatcherInterrupter
Upon receipt of a dispatcher-interrupt
call.
Keyfail
When an encryption key has been lost.
Console
Acknowledge
When a status, message, emergency
alarm, or reprogram request ACK is
received.
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Conversation call is received.
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Individual Call
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threshold value
When switching from radio to phone
line upon releasing the PTT button.
When a Quik-Call group call is received
When a Quik-Call individual call is
received
Phone Ringing When a phone call is received
Ringing
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enhanced private call
Dynamic
Regrouping/
Over-The-Air
Programming
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reprogrammed group has not been
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Before installing the antenna, ensure that the antenna you have can
be used with your radio. Your radio’s model number is on a label
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and microphone port. Otherwise, the water could cause
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and clean battery contacts on both the radio and the battery
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occurs, you hear an alert tone for 30 to 930 seconds at 30-second
increments. This duration is programmed by your system
administrator or radio technician.
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switch is moved to the ON position, Keypad Lock remains on
after powering off and on again. If the Keypad Lock feature is
assigned to a button, default settings are restored when the
radio is turned off.
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Select a channel (see page 25 for instructions on selecting a
channel).
2
Press the preprogrammed Channel Lock button or move the
preprogrammed Channel Lock switch to the locked position
(see page 5).
Once the Channel Selector Lock feature is ON, you hear a chirp
tone if you try to change the channel.
Note: If the Channel Selector Lock feature is programmed on a
switch and the switch is set to ON, the radio channel remains
locked after powering off and on again.
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Note: Network ID is only available on ASTRO digital channels
consult your service technician for details.
In carrier squelch operation, all traffic on the channel is heard.
However, in PL, DPL, or network ID operation, your radio responds
only to those messages intended for you. PL, DPL, network ID, and
carrier squelch can be programmed for each channel.
Whenever the radio is operating in carrier squelch mode, the display
shows the C status indicator.
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Each conventional personality may be programmed by your system
administrator or radio technician for one of the following squelch
options in digital mode:
Digital CarrierOperated Squelch
(COS)
This option allows the radio to respond to any
received digital Project 25 signal.
Normal Squelch
This option allows the radio to respond to any digital
Project 25 signal that has the correct Network access
code.
Selective Squelch
This option allows the radio to respond to any digital
Project 25 signal that has the correct Network access
code and the correct talkgroup.
Data and Squelch
This option allows the radio to respond to any digital
Project 25 signal that has the correct Network access
code and is addressed to a specific radio. The radio
responds to selective calls only.
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Non-Project 25 Digital Squelch Options
Each conventional personality may be programmed for one of the
following squelch options in digital mode (consult your service
technician).
No Squelch
This option allows the radio to respond to any ASTRO
digital signal that has the correct Network access code.
Data or
Squelch
This option allows the radio to respond to any ASTRO
digital signal that has the correct Network access code and
the correct talkgroup.
Data and
Squelch
This option allows the radio to respond to any ASTRO
digital signal that has the correct Network access code and
is addressed to a specific radio (the radio responds to
selective calls only).
Data Calls (Status Calls or Message Calls)
This feature allows you to send data calls (status calls or message
calls) from your radio to the dispatcher to indicate a predefined
condition. Each defined status or message can have a 12-character
alias. You can have a maximum of conditions 16 pre-defined
message conditions, 16 pre-defined status conditions for
conventional and 8 pre-defined status conditions for trunking.
Sending a Status Call or Message Call
1
Press . until the display shows the 676 or 06* softkey,
OR
Press the preprogrammed Status button or Message button
(see page 5). This takes you to the result of the action described
in step 2.
2
Press m directly below the type of data call you wish to make.
The last acknowledged status call or the first message in the
message list is displayed.
Note: If no status has been acknowledged, the first status in the
status list is displayed.
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Press , or .to scroll through the list until you locate the
predefined status you wish to send.
4
When you locate the appropriate status, press the PTT button.
5
Upon receipt of the data call, the dispatcher transmits an
acknowledgement to your radio. Your radio beep four times,
displays $&.5(&(,9(', and returns to normal dispatch
operation.
If the system does not acknowledge the data call, the display
alternately shows 12$&.12:/'* and the currently selected
predefined condition.
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Press o to exit the data call feature and return to the home
display.
Note: While the data call feature is selected, you do not hear normal
radio communication on trunked channels.
If the data call feature (676 or 06*) is selected and no activity
occurs for six seconds, you hear an alert tone indicating that
the data call feature is active. The alert tone stops when o or
the PTT button is pressed.
Emergency State
Your radio may have been programmed by your system administrator
or radio technician with the Emergency State feature.
Press the preprogrammed Emergency button (see page 5) to send
out an emergency signal that takes precedence over any other
signalling activity in progress on the selected channel. There are two
types of emergency signals:
•
Emergency Alarm sends a data transmission to alert the
dispatcher to an emergency condition and identifies the radio
sending the emergency signal.
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Emergency Call is a type of dispatch operation that gives your
radio priority access to channels. This feature is not available on
conventional radios.
Note: Entering Emergency State signals a critical situation. It should
never be used for any other reason.
If you change channels during emergency operation, the
emergency alarm or call is moved to, and continue on, the
new channel if the new channel is also programmed for
emergency operation. If the new channel is not programmed
for emergency operation, you hear a continuous, low-pitched
invalid mode tone until the radio exits emergency state or you
change to a channel programmed for emergency operation.
For emergency-alarm with emergency-call signals, once an
acknowledgment is received from the dispatcher, your radio
enters emergency call state.
While your radio is in emergency-call state, it operates in the
usual dispatch manner or returns to one of the following
operations if programmed to do so:
• Tactical/Non-Revert Operation — you talk on the channel
selected before entering the emergency state.
• Non-Tactical/Revert Operation — you talk on a
preprogrammed emergency channel, and the emergency
alarm is sent to this preprogrammed emergency channel.
Entering the Emergency State
1
Press and hold the preprogrammed Emergency button (see
page 5). The length of the press-and-hold time required is
programmed by your system administrator or radio technician.
2
The display alternately shows (0(5*(1&< and the current zone/
channel combination (except during silent emergency alarm).
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When you receive the dispatcher’s acknowledgment, the display
shows $&.5(&(,9(', four tones sound, the alarm ends, and the
radio exits the emergency mode. If no acknowledgment is
received, the display shows 12$&.12:/'*, the alarm ends, and
the radio exits the emergency mode.
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During emergency alarm state:
•
The display alternately shows the current zone/channel and
(0(5*(1&<,
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The LED lights red, and
•
You hear a group of short, medium-pitched tones.
Note: If the selected channel does not support emergency, the
display shows 12(0(5*(1&<. Select a channel that is
programmed for emergency calls.
During a silent-emergency call:
•
The display does not light.
•
You do not hear tones.
•
The display does not change.
•
The audio is muted (turned off) and remains so until you exit the
emergency alarm state, and
•
The silent-emergency state continues until you press the PTT
button.
During an emergency call, press the PTT button to cancel the alert.
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It is important that you exit emergency state when it is no longer
necessary.
1
To exit Emergency State, press the preprogrammed Emergency
button for approximately one second.
This duration is programmed by your system administrator or
radio technician.
The way you exit Emergency State may vary based on how your
radio was programmed by your system administrator or radio
technician.
If your radio is programmed for
emergency alarm,
Press the PTT button. The alarm is
cancelled (without an emergency-exit
tone), and you may begin transmitting
your voice call.
OR
If your radio is programmed for
emergency alarm with call,
press the PTT button while the radio is
in emergency-alarm operation to place
the radio in emergency-call operation.
If your radio is programmed with emergency alarm only, the radio
automatically exits emergency state after receiving an
acknowledgment from the dispatcher or if the alarms are exhausted
when no acknowledgment is received. This method applies to nonsilent emergency alarm radios.
Note: If your radio is programmed for silent-emergency, your radio
does not automatically exit Emergency State. One of the
above methods must be used.
Emergency Keep-Alive
When this feature is enabled, moving the On/Off Control knob to the
off position does not turn your radio off if it is in an emergency state.
Your radio continues normal emergency operation as if the power is
on. The radio will not turn power off until it exits emergency state.
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Emergency Channel Selector Lock
When this feature is enabled, your radio Channel Selector is
automatically locked upon entering Emergency State preventing the
channel from being changed during an emergency. Upon exiting
Emergency State, the channel remains on the channel selected prior
to entering Emergency State.
This feature is only available if the Channel Selector Lock feature is
programmed by your system administrator or radio technician (see
page 32).
Talkgroup Calls (Project 25 Radios Only)
Project 25 replaces Motorola’s group selective calls with talkgroup
calls. This feature allows you to define talkgroups for your
conventional system. Talkgroups, combined with selective squelch
operation, allow groups of users to transparently share a conventional
channel. Talkgroups may be slaved to a personality by your system
administrator or you may select them.
Encryption keys are slaved to talkgroups. When talkgroups are
enabled, encryption keys are changed by changing the active
talkgroup.
Talkgroup Selection
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display pUHVVmGLUHFWO\EHORZ6(/.
If the encryption key slaved to the new talkgroup is erased, the
display shows .(<)$,/ and you hear a group of mediumpitched tones.
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allowed, the display shows ,//(*$/.(< and you hear a
momentary tone.
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to exit this menu.
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Telephone Calls
Similar to standard telephone calls, except you
use your radio. These can be landline-to-radio or
radio-to- landline calls.
Private-Conversation™
II Calls (Private Calls)
(Trunked Channels
Only)
One-on-one calls involving two specific radios in
which the conversation is not heard by others in
the current radio talkgroup.
Enhanced PrivateConversation Calls
(Enhanced Private
Calls) (Trunked
Channels Only)
Same as Private Conversation II calls except the
radio automatically verifies that the target radio
is active on the system. The target radio user
can also view the ID of the calling radio before
answering.
Selective Calls
(Conventional
Channels Only)
Used to selectively call an individual radio on
Project 25 systems, or an individual radio or
group of radios on non-Project 25 systems. It is
intended to provide privacy and to eliminate the
annoyance of having to listen to conversations
that are of no interest to you.
Call-Alert™ Pages
Your radio functions like a pager; Call Alert
pages provide a means to signal other radio
users that you wish to get in touch with them
(even if they are away from their radio or in a
noisy environment). Call Alert pages also allow
you to verify that the radio they are calling is
active on the system.
Note: In the following procedures, any reference to PrivateConversation (Private Call) represents both PrivateConversation II calls and Enhanced Private-Conversation
calls, unless otherwise specified.
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Note: On conventional channels, you must monitor the channel for
activity before making an individual call (see page 27 for
details).
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The display shows the last telephone number dialed or the ID
number of the last call/page transmitted/received.
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With regard to telephone calls, your radio may be programmed by
your system administrator to automatically access the telephone
system in one of two ways:
Immediate Access If your radio is programmed for Immediate Access
and you access the Phone function (through a
softkey or using a preprogrammed button), the radio
tries to access the telephone system. The display
shows 3/($6(:$,7. If the attempt is successful,
you hear a dial tone. The display shows the last
number dialed.
Auto-Access
(Conventional
Channels Only)
Your radio may be programmed to auto-access the
telephone system via a radio-to-landline phone
patch during Conventional operation.
When you access the Phone function (through a softkey or using a
preprogrammed button), the radio attempts to access the telephone
system. The display shows 3/($6(:$,7.
1
If the display shows 123+21( or you do not hear a dial tone in
any of the above situations, press o or the designated quickaccess button (Phone, Private Call, Selective Call, or Call Alert
button) to end the call.
If the display shows 3+21(%86<, your call is placed in queue until
a line is available. When a line becomes available, the display
shows 3/($6(:$,7 and a dial tone is heard.
2
If the party you are calling answers the call, press the PTT button
to talk and release it to listen.
Note: Radios operating on trunked systems generate a high-pitched
tone when the PTT button is released. This is heard by the
landline party and is an indicator to begin talking.
3
When you have finished your conversation, or if the display
shows 123+21( or 12$&.12:/'*, disconnect by pressing o or
the Phone button. The radio returns to the home display.
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Calling the Last Number Dialed or Last ID Number
Transmitted/Received
For Telephone Calls
Only
Press the PTT button. You hear either ringing
or a busy tone. On a trunking system, if you
hear a busy tone, press the PTT button to try
again. Otherwise, press o to exit the Telephone
Call feature.
For PrivatePress the PTT button. Begin talking.
Conversation Calls Only
Press the PTT button. If the radio you are
For Enhanced Privatecalling is in service, you hear ringing and, if the
Conversation Calls Only target-radio user responds to the call, the
individual’s voice.
For Selective Calls
Press the PTT button. Begin talking.
For Call-Alert Pages
Only
Press the PTT button. If the page is accepted,
you hear four beeps, the display shows $&.
5(&(,9(', and the radio returns to the home
display. If the page is not accepted, the display
shows 12$&.12:/'*; press the PTT button to
try again or press o to exit the Call Alert Page
feature.
Calling a Number From a List
Use the List feature to select a specific number from your radio’s
memory list:
1
Scroll through the list by pressing , or . until you locate the
member’s number you wish to call.
2
Press the PTT button.
If the system does not acknowledge the call, your radio
alternately displays 12$&.12:/'* and the currently selected
number.
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Answering an Individual Call
1
When an individual call is being received, you hear and/or see:
• a telephone-type ringing if it is a telephone call;
• two alert tones if it is a Private-Conversation call or Selective
call;
• a continuous cycle of four tones if it is a Call-Alert page;
• a blinking green signal on the LED;
• the F indicator flashing;
• and the display shows one of the following:
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Telephone Calls Only — Press the Call Response button.
OR
Private-Conversation Calls and Call-Alert Pages with PrivateConversation — Within 20 seconds, press the Call Response
button.
The display shows the caller’s ID number. Press the PTT button
to talk privately.
Selective Call — The display remains active for two seconds and
then the speaker is no longer muted.
OR
Call-Alert Pages Only — To see the caller’s ID, press the Select
button.
If you wish to respond, press the PTT button and your
conversation is heard by the entire talkgroup.
3
Press the PTT button to talk and release it to listen.
4
When you have finished your conversation, disconnect by pressing o.
The radio returns to the home display.
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PL Defeat
The PL defeat feature allows you to override any coded squelch
(DPL, PL, or network ID) that may be programmed to a channel. To
activate this feature, place the preprogrammed PL Defeat switch if
applicable (see page 5) in the PL Defeat position. You are able to
hear any activity on the channel; if no activity is present, the radio is
muted.
Repeater Access
Repeater access allows you to selectively activate repeaters, which is
especially useful in areas where repeaters are placed close together
to ensure total coverage. Repeater access can operate automatically
or manually and can be enabled or disabled by your system
administrator or radio technician for specific channels as required.
During automatic repeater access, you hear a sidetone to indicate
that the repeater access code is being transmitted to discourage you
from talking over the data transmission.
In radios programmed with manual repeater access, you can activate
the repeater access code transmission by pressing the
preprogrammed Repeater Access button if your radio has one (see
page 5). You do not hear a sidetone. On radios with MDC-1200™
signalling, when the repeater access is acknowledged, the radio
sounds an acknowledge alert tone. The acknowledge alert tone can
be programmed by your system administrator or radio technician.
Repeater/Direct
The repeater/direct feature allows you to bypass the repeater and talk
directly to another radio. This is known as DIRECT operation or
talkaround operation. The transmit frequency is the same as the
receive frequency.
In REPEATER operation, you talk through the repeater, which
increases the radio’s operating range. The transmit frequency is not
the same as the receive frequency.
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1
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Note: Press o or the PTT button to exit the menu without
changing the existing setting.
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Scanning allows you to monitor different channels automatically
through the use of scan lists. If there is activity on a channel, the Scan
feature automatically takes you to that channel.
Each radio can have up to 20 unique scan lists. These scan lists are
programmed by your system administrator or radio technician either
manually or using radio service software.
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Three types of scan lists are available (consult your service
technician for additional information):
Trunking Priority
Monitor
Comprises channels that are all from the same
trunking system (10 different channels maximum).
This feature only works on systems that support it.
Conventional
Comprises only conventional channels (15 different
channels, maximum).
Talkgroup Scan
Comprises conventional and trunked channels from
more than one trunking system (10 different channels
maximum). Priority operation is not available in this
type of list.
There are also several types of scanning available:
Priority 1
Scanning
With Priority 1 scanning enabled, one member of
the scan list is chosen as the Priority 1 member. Any
activity on the Priority 1 channel is heard on the
speaker even if another channel in the scan list has
activity on it.
Priority 2 and
Non-Priority
Scanning
In addition to the Priority 1 channel being the
number one priority, a second channel can be
assigned as a Priority 2 channel, if desired. The
remaining members in the scan list can be
programmed as non-priority members of the scan
list.
Automatic
Scanning
(Autoscan)
With this feature, the radio begins scanning
whenever you select a channel to which a scan list
is assigned (strapped). The radio continues auto
scanning until you select a channel that does not
have autoscan enabled.
OperatorSelectable Scan
Scan can be programmed by your system manager
or service technician to be activated by a softkey
related button or a Scan On/Off switch (see page 5).
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Turning Scan On and Off
1
Press . until the display shows 6&$1.
2
Press m directly below 6&$1.
The display shows the current scan state.
3
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212))
212))
Press m below the desired scan state (21 or 2))). When the
scan feature is on (active), the display shows the scan indicator
(G).
Note: Press o or the PTT button to exit this menu without
changing the current setting.
Deleting Nuisance Channels
When the radio scans a channel that you do not wish to hear
(nuisance channel), you can temporarily delete the channel from the
scan list.
1
When the radio is locked onto the channel to be deleted, press
the Nuisance-Delete button (see page 5). Repeat this step to
delete additional nuisance channels.
Note: Priority channels and the selected channel cannot be deleted
using the nuisance-delete feature.
The radio continues scanning the remaining channels in the list.
To resume scanning the deleted channel, you can change
channels or exit and re-enter scan operation.
Dynamic Priority Change (Conventional Operation
Only)
While the radio is scanning, the dynamic priority change feature lets
you temporarily change any channel in a scan list (except the Priority
1 channel) to the Priority 2 channel. The present Priority 2 channel
becomes a non-priority channel. This change remains in effect until
scan is turned off. Scanning then reverts to the preprogrammed state.
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To change a channel to a Priority 2 channel:
1
Press the preprogrammed Dynamic Priority button (see
page 5) when the radio is locked onto the channel to be
designated as a Priority 2 channel.
Note: The Priority 1 channel cannot be changed to Priority 2
channel.
2
The radio continues scanning the remaining channels in the list.
To resume scanning the preprogrammed Priority 2 channel, you
must exit and re-enter scan operation.
Viewing a Scan List
The View Scan List feature allows you to view the members of the
scan list associated with the currently selected channel. You view a
scan list the same way you view other lists (see “Viewing a List” on
page 28).
Programming a Scan List
1
Press . until the display shows the 352* softkey.
2
Press m directly below 352*.
The display shows the lists (3+21, &$//, 6&$1, etc.) that can be
changed; use , or . to see other available lists.
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The display shows the first member in the list. The display shows
a flashing I status indicator, indicating you are in the
programming mode.
4
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scan list.
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scan-list status of the currently displayed channel.
Note: Each press of the 6(/ softkey-related button, or the
preprogrammed Select button (the Top Side button),
causes one of the following to occur:
• The display shows the scan indicator (G), indicating that
this channel has been added to the scan list.
• The display shows a flashing “•” next to the scan indicator
(H) indicating that this channel is the Priority 1 channel.
• The display shows a steady “•” next to the scan indicator
(H) indicating that this channel is the Priority 2 channel.
The scan indicator turns off to indicate that this channel has been
removed.
5
Use , or . to select additional channels to be added or deleted.
OR
Rotate the 16-Position Select knob to select additional channels
to be added or deleted.
Select
Channel
6
Press o to exit programming mode.
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Note: The following notes may apply depending on how your radio
is programmed by your system manager or service
technician.
• A maximum of 16 channels can be added to the scan list
(including the selected channel). If you try to add more than
16 channels to the scan list, the radio sounds an invalid
tone to indicate the scan list is full.
• When a new Priority 1 channel is assigned, the radio
automatically cancels the old Priority 1 channel assignment
(radio service software programmable).
• When a new Priority 2 channel is assigned, the radio
automatically cancels the old Priority 2 channel assignment
(radio service software programmable).
Smart PTT
Smart PTT is a feature used in conventional radio systems to keep
radio users from talking over other radio conversations. Smart PTT is
programmed by your system administrator or radio technician.
When Smart PTT is enabled in your radio, you are unable to transmit
on an active channel. If you try to transmit (press the PTT button) on
an active Smart PTT channel, you hear an alert tone, and the
transmission is inhibited. The LED blinks red to indicate that the
channel is busy.
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Three radio-wide variations of Smart PTT are available:
Transmit Inhibit
on Busy Channel
with Carrier
With this feature enabled, you are prevented from
transmitting if any activity is detected on the channel.
Transmit Inhibit
on Busy Channel
with Wrong
Squelch Code
With this feature enabled, you are prevented from
transmitting 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 allowed.
Quick-Key
Override
This feature can work in conjunction with either of the
two above variations. With this feature enabled, you
are able to override the transmit-inhibit state by quickkeying the radio; in other words, two PTT button
presses within the time programmed through radio
service software (RSS) for Smart PTT Quick-Key
Timer (default value is 1/2 second).
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Dynamic Regrouping
The dynamic regrouping feature allows the dispatcher to temporarily
reassign selected radios to a single special channel so that they can
communicate with each other. This feature, enabled in each radio by
your system manager or service technician, is typically used during
special operations. You will not notice whether your radio has this
feature enabled until a dynamic regrouping command is sent by the
dispatcher.
Note: If you select the dynamic-regrouping zone/channel using
softkeys or other radio controls without being dynamically
regrouped, you hear an short, low-pitched invalid tone.
When your radio has been dynamically regrouped, you hear a gurgle
tone (unless you are already on the dynamic-regrouping zone/
channel), and your radio automatically switches to the dynamicregrouping channel. The display shows the name assigned to the
dynamic-regrouping channel.
Note: When you use a radio-control knob or switch to select the
zone or channel, you are not be able to scan or initiate a
private conversation call until you select the dynamic
regrouping position. You also hear a gurgle tone each time
you press the PTT button. This is a reminder to you that you
are transmitting on the dynamic-regrouping channel, not the
zone or channel indicated by the position of the radio control.
However, in some cases the radio is programmed as a selectenabled radio: see page 57 for details.
1
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For radios using only softkeys for zone and channel selection —
When the dynamic regrouping is cancelled by the dispatcher, the
radio automatically returns to the original softkey zone and
channel before the radio was dynamically regrouped.
OR
For Radios Using Knobs or Switches for Zone and/or Channel
Selection — Your radio automatically returns to the present knob/
switch zone and/or channel position and the original softkey zone
or channel selection when the dynamic regrouping is cancelled
by the dispatcher.
Reprogram Request
This feature allows you to notify the dispatcher that you want a new
dynamic-regrouping assignment.
1
Press . until the display shows the 53*0 softkey.
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The display shows 5(35*505467, indicating that the reprogram
request has been sent to the dispatcher.
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If you hear five beeps, the reprogram request was acknowledged
by the dispatcher. Your radio returns to the home display.
Note: If the dispatcher fails to acknowledge the reprogram request
within six seconds, you hear a low-pitched alert tone and the
display shows 12$&.12:/'*. Try again or press o to return
to the home display.
3
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press o to hang up and return to the home display.
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The dispatcher may classify regrouped radios into either of the
following two categories:
•
Select-enabled radios are free to make channel changes to any
available channel, including the dynamic-regrouping channel.
•
Select-disabled radios cannot change channels since the
dispatcher has specifically chosen to force the radio to remain on
the dynamic-regrouping channel.
Note: You cannot use the scan and private conversation call
features when your radio is select disabled.
PTT-ID Receive
The PTT-ID receive feature allows you to see the Unit ID number of
the radio you are currently receiving transmissions from. This ID can
be a maximum of eight characters and can be viewed by both the
receiving radio and the dispatcher. On trunking radios, press , or .
to replace the displayed ID with the softkey menu selections; press
o to return to the ID display.
PTT-ID Transmit
The PTT-ID transmit feature is a per-channel feature in which your
radio’s ID number is automatically sent every time the PTT button is
pressed. For analog voice transmissions, depending upon how your
radio was programmed, your radio’s ID can be transmitted at the
beginning of a transmission, at the end of a transmission, or at the
beginning and ending of a transmission. For digital voice
transmissions, your radio’s ID is sent continuously during the voice
message.
If your radio has MDC-1200™ signalling and the ID is sent before the
voice transmission, you hear a continuous low-pitched tone until the
ID transmission is completed; this helps you avoid talking while the ID
code is being transmitted.
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To view your radio’s ID number:
1
Press . until the display shows the &$// or 3$*( softkey.
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Secure Operation
If your radio is programmed with secure operation, you may transmit
in either clear or secure mode. Transmitting in secure mode ensures
that no users other than the intended recipient(s) are able to decode
your encrypted message.
Selecting Secure or Clear Transmissions
Use the Secure/Clear switch (see page 5) to select secure or clear
operation of the radio before initiating a transmission using the PTT
button. This selection cannot be made when a transmission is in
progress.
If a channel is programmed for secure-only operation, and the
Secure/Clear switch is in the clear (E) position, when the PTT
button is pressed, the display shows 6(&57;21/<, you hear a
continuous, low-pitched invalid-mode tone, and the radio does not
transmit until the Secure/Clear switch is set to the secure (D)
position.
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Managing Encryption
Your radio may be programmed for either single key or multikey
encryption. If your radio is programmed for single key encryption,
your radio has a single encryption key and supports one encryption
algorithm. The multikey feature allows your radio to be equipped with
as many as 16 different encryption keys and supports up to two
different encryption algorithms simultaneously (for example, DVPXL™ and DES-XL; or DVP™ and DVI-XL™ or DES-OFB).
KEY Loading
To load encryption keys into the radio:
1
Set up the radio and equipment as specified in the key-variable
loader (KVL) manual.
2
When the KVL is attached to your radio, the display shows
.(</2$',1*, and all other radio functions are locked out.
3
Press the KVL’s PTT button to load the encryption keys into your
radio. When the key has been loaded successfully, single-key
radios sound a short tone and multi-key radios sound an alternate
tone.
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MultiKEY
The multikey feature must be configured based on whether or not
your radio is used for conventional applications or both conventional
and trunked applications as described below:
Multikey
The encryption keys can be tied (strapped), on a oneper-channel basis by your system administrator or radio
technician. In addition, you can have operatorselectable keys, operator-selectable indices, and
operator-selectable 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 for example, dynamic regrouping, failsoft,
emergency talkgroup, or emergency-announcement
group.
KEY Selection
1
Press . until the display shows the .(<softkey.
2
Press m directly below .(<.
The display shows the last user-selected and stored encryption
key and the available softkey selections.
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3
Press , or . to scroll through the encryption keys.
Note: If an erased key is selected, the display alternately shows
(5$6('.(< and the key name.
4
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below the 36(7 or 35(6(7 softkey.
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press m directly below the 6(/ softkey.
5
Press o, the PTT button, the $%57 softkey-related button, or
turn the 16-Position Select knob to exit this menu. If the
selected key is erased, the display shows .(<)$,/ and you
hear a group of medium-pitched key fail tones.
.(<)$,/
If the selected key is not allowed, the display shows ,//(*$/.(<
and you hear a short, low-pitched illegal key tone.
,//(*$/.(<
Index Selection
The select-an-index feature allows you to select one or more groups
of several encryption keys from among the available keys stored in
the radio. For example, you may have a group of three keys
structured to one index, and another group of three different keys
structured to another index; by changing indices, you automatically
switch from one set of keys to the other. Every channel to which one
of the original keys was tied to now has the equivalent new key
instead. Indexing allows the key-management controller to remotely
change the keys within the index that is not currently being used
without disrupting the operation of the radio.
1
Press . until the display shows ,1';.
2
Press m directly below ,1';.
The display shows the last user-selected and stored index and
the available index softkey selections.
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3
Press m directly below the desired index.
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To save the newly selected index, press m below 6(/. The radio
exits index selection and returns to the home display.
Note: Press o or the PTT button or turn the 16-Position Select
knob to exit this menu without modifying existing settings.
KEY Erasure (KEY Zeroization) — Method 1 (Multikey Only)
1
Press . until the display shows (5$6.
2
Press m directly below (5$6.
The display shows the last user-selected and stored encryption
key and the available softkey selections.
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3
To erase all encryption keys on the radio, press m directly below
$//.
The display shows (56$//.(<6 and <(6 and 12 for erase
confirmation. Make the appropriate selection.
OR
To exit this menu and return to the home display, press m directly
below $%57.
OR
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61*/. The display shows (5661*/.(< and <(6 and 12 for
erase confirmation. Make the appropriate selection.
4
Press , or . to scroll through the encryption keys or use the
keypad to enter the encryption-key’s placement in the list. The
display shows the new selection on the upper line.
5
Press o, the PTT button, the $%57 softkey-related button, or
turn the 16-Position Select knob to exit this menu.
KEY Erasure (All KEYS Erased) —
1
Method 2
With the radio on, press and hold the Top Side button; while
holding this button down, press the Emergency button.
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Top Side button. This sends an emergency alarm.
When all the encryption keys are erased, the display shows
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Selectable Power Level
This feature allows you to select the power level at which your radio
transmits messages.
Note: When the radio is powered on, it defaults to the programmed
setting.
1
Press . until the display shows 3:5.
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For shorter transmitting distance, press m directly below /2:.
This conserves battery life.
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For longer transmitting distance, press m directly below +,*+.
This transmission mode utilizes more battery power.
The new transmit power level is saved and your radio returns to
the home display.
Note: Press o or the PTT button to exit this menu without
modifying existing settings.
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Trunking System Controls
Busy Override
When a talkgroup call is placed in a SmartZone™ system and the
system is not able to obtain voice channels at all necessary sites, you
hear a group of low-pitched busy tones. If preprogrammed, you may
override the busy status by performing the following steps:
1
Press the PTT button; you hear a busy tone.
2
Release the PTT button.
3
Press and hold the PTT button a second time. The busy tone is
heard again. After a few seconds, you hear a preprogrammed
busy-override chirp and the radio sends in a busy-override
request.
The talkgroup call is placed at all sites that have voice channel
resources available. Other sites are added to the call as channels
become available.
Note: Not all members of the talkgroup are able to hear a call when
a busy override is requested.
Dispatcher Interrupt
The dispatcher-interrupt feature allows the dispatcher to interrupt
your radio and places you in a Private Conversation call with the
dispatcher.
1
When your radio receives a dispatcher-interrupt call, you hear a
repeating sequence of four, short, medium-pitched tones until you
answer the call. The display shows ',63,175837 on the first
line and 3/($6(:$,7 on the second line. The green LED flashes
indicating that a call is being received.
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When the second line displays the ID of the dispatcher who has
initiated the dispatcher-interrupt, press the PTT button to talk
and release it to listen.
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3
When you are finished with your conversation, hang up by
pressing o. The radio returns to the home display.
Failsoft
If a trunking system experiences a complete failure, the radio reverts
to Failsoft operation and automatically switches to its Failsoft
channel. During Failsoft, the trunking repeaters transmit a mediumpitched tone every 10 seconds. When the trunking system returns to
normal operation, your radio automatically exits the Failsoft operation
and returns to trunked operation.
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Out-of-Range
If you go out of range of the system and can no longer lock onto a
control channel, the display alternately shows 2872)5$1*( and the
currently selected zone/channel combination, and/or you hear a lowpitched tone. Your radio remains in this out-of-range condition until it
(1) locks onto a control channel, (2) locks onto a failsoft channel, or
(3) the radio is turned off.
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Site Lock
This feature allows your radio to lock onto a specific site and not roam
among wide-area talkgroup sites. This is particularly useful when
operating at the fringe of a system’s coverage.
1
Press . until the display shows 6,7(.
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page 5).
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button, the site-lock state changes, and the new state is
displayed momentarily.
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3
Press m directly below the desired condition (/2&. or 81/.). The
new site-lock state is saved, and your radio returns to the home
display.
Site Trunking
If the zone dispatcher loses communication with any site, that site
reverts to what is known as site trunking. Your radio alternately
displays 6,7(7581.1* and the currently selected zone/channel
combination. You are only able to communicate with other radios
within your trunking site.
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Site View and Change
Viewing the Current Site
1 Momentarily press the preprogrammed Site Search button (see
page 5).
The display shows the number of the current site, or if the radio is
scanning for a new site, the display shows 6&$1,1*6,7( until it
locks onto a new site and then shows the number of the new site.
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1 Press and hold down the preprogrammed Site Search button
(see page 5) to manually force the change to a new site.
You hear a tone, and the display shows 6&$1,1*6,7( while the
radio scans for a new site. Then, the radio automatically returns
to the home display.
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requesting service:
1
Radio Checks
• Be sure the radio is turned on and the 16-Position Select
knob is in the proper position.
• Replace or recharge the battery. The first time a new battery is
used, it should charge a minimum of 16 hours.
• The antenna must be attached properly with its base flush
against the top of the radio.
• Check that any accessories in use are properly connected.
• Test the radio from several different locations (especially if the
problem occurs when the radio is used inside a building).
• Check the transmitter by transmitting to an alternate portable
radio.
2
Operating Instructions
Review your operating instructions and ensure that you are using
the radio properly.
3
If, after following steps 1 and 2, your radio still has a problem,
contact your system manager or review your service agreement
and call your Motorola service representative as applicable.
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your nearest authorized Motorola service shop for guidance
toward a prompt and expedient evaluation and/or repair.
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