TM8200 Operator`s Manual

TM8200 Operator`s Manual
TM8200 mobiles
Operator’s Manual
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Directive 1999/5/EC
Declaration of Conformity
da
Dansk
Undertegnede Tait Electronics Ltd
erklærer herved, at følgende udstyr
TMAA4C, TMAB1C, TMAH5C &
TMAC0C overholder de væsentlige krav
og øvrige relevante krav i direktiv 1999/
5/EF.
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Übereinstimmung des Gerätes TMAA4C,
TMAB1C, TMAH5C & TMAC0C mit den
grundlegenden Anforderungen und den
anderen relevanten Festlegungen der
Richtlinie 1999/5/EG.
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& TMAC0C συµµορφωνεται προσ τισ
ουσιωδεισ απαιτησεισ και τισ λοιπεσ
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Tait Electronics Ltd declares that this
TMAA4C, TMAB1C, TMAH5C &
TMAC0C complies with the essential
requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC.
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Por medio de la presente Tait Electronics
Ltd declara que el TMAA4C, TMAB1C,
TMAH5C & TMAC0C cumple con los
requisitos esenciales y cualesquiera otras
disposiciones aplicables o exigibles de la
Directiva 1999/5/CE.
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TMAA4C, TMAB1C, TMAH5C &
TMAC0C tyyppinen laite on direktiivin
1999/5/EY oleellisten vaatimusten ja sitä
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Français
Par la présente, Tait Electronics Ltd
déclare que l'appareil TMAA4C,
TMAB1C, TMAH5C & TMAC0C est
conforme aux exigences essentielles et
aux autres dispositions pertinentes de la
directive 1999/5/CE.
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Italiano
Con la presente Tait Electronics Ltd dichiara che questo TMAA4C, TMAB1C,
TMAH5C & TMAC0C è conforme ai
requisiti essenziali ed alle altre disposizioni pertinenti stabilite dalla direttiva
1999/5/CE.
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Nederlands
Hierbij verklaart Tait Electronics Ltd dat
het toestel TMAA4C, TMAB1C,
TMAH5C & TMAC0C in overeenstemming is met de essentiële eisen en de
andere relevante bepalingen van richtlijn
1999/5/ EG.
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Português
Tait Electronics Ltd declara que este
TMAA4C, TMAB1C, TMAH5C &
TMAC0C está conforme com os requisitos essenciais e outras provisões da
Directiva 1999/5/CE.
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Svensk
Härmed intygar Tait Electronics Ltd att
denna TMAA4C, TMAB1C, TMAH5C &
TMAC0C står I överensstämmelse med
de väsentliga egenskapskrav och övriga
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MMA-00004-02 Issue 02
© Tait Electronics Limited August 2005. All rights reserved.
i
To our European customers
Tait Electronics Limited is an environmentally responsible
company which supports waste minimization and material
recovery. The European Union’s Waste Electrical and Electronic
Equipment Directive requires that this product be disposed of
separately from the general waste stream when its service life
is over. Please be environmentally responsible and dispose
through the original supplier, your local municipal waste
“separate collection” service, or contact Tait Electronics
Limited.
ii To our European customers
Safety and compliance warnings
Radio frequency exposure information
For your own safety and to ensure you comply with the
Federal Communication Commission’s (FCC) radio
frequency (RF) exposure guidelines, please read the following
information before using this radio.
Using this radio
You should use this radio only for work-related purposes (it is
not authorized for any other use) and if you are fully aware of,
and can exercise control over, your exposure to RF energy. To
prevent exceeding FCC RF exposure limits, you must control
the amount and duration of RF that you and other people are
exposed to.
It is also important that you:
■
Do not remove the RF exposure label from the radio.
■
Ensure this RF exposure information accompanies the radio
when it is transferred to other users.
■
Do not use the radio if you do not adhere to the guidelines
on controlling your exposure to RF.
Controlling your exposure to RF energy
This radio emits RF energy or radio waves primarily when calls
are made. RF is a form of electromagnetic energy (as is
sunlight), and there are recommended levels of maximum
RF exposure.
To control your exposure to RF and comply with the maximum
exposure limits for occupational/controlled environments,
follow these guidelines:
■
Do not talk (transmit) on the radio more than the rated
transmit duty cycle. This is important because the radio
radiates more energy when it is transmitting than when
it is receiving.
■
While you are transmitting (talking or sending data) on the
radio, you must ensure that there is always a distance of
0.9m (35 inches) between people and the antenna. This is
the minimum safe distance.
Safety and compliance warnings iii
■
Use the radio only with Tait-approved antennas and attachments, and make only authorized modifications to the
antenna otherwise you could damage the radio and violate
FCC regulations.
Website: For more information on what RF energy is and
how to control your exposure to it, go to
http://www.fcc.gov/oet/rfsafety/rf-faqs.html.
Compliance with RF energy exposure
standards
This two-way radio complies with these RF energy exposure
standards and guidelines:
■
United States Federal Communications Commission, Code
of Federal Regulations; 47 CFR 1.1307, 1.1310 and 2.1091
■
American National Standards Institute (ANSI) / Institute of
Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) C95. 1-1992
■
Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) C95.11999 Edition.
This radio complies with the IEEE (FCC) and ICNIRP exposure
limits for occupational/controlled RF exposure environments at
operating duty factors of up to 50% talk to 50% listen.
Radio frequency emissions limits in
the USA
Part 15 of the FCC Rules imposes RF emission limits on electronic equipment to prevent interference to reception of
broadcast services.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation
is subject to the condition that this device does not cause
harmful interference.
Note: Changes or modifications to this device that are not
expressly approved by Tait Electronics Ltd may make its
use illegal.
iv Safety and compliance warnings
Health, safety and electromagnetic
compatibility in Europe
In the European Community, radio and telecommunications
equipment is regulated by Directive 1999/5/EC, also known as
the Radio and Telecommunications Terminal Equipment
(R&TTE) directive. The requirements of this directive include
protection of health and safety of users, as well as
electromagnetic compatibility.
Intended purpose of product
This product is an FM radio transceiver. Its intended purpose is
for radio communication in Private Mobile Radio (PMR) services or Public Access Mobile Radio (PAMR) services.
Note: This product can be programmed for frequencies or
emissions that may make its use illegal. Where applicable, a license must be obtained before this product is
used. All license requirements must be observed. Limitations may apply to transmitter power, operating
frequency, channel spacing, and emission.
Declaration of conformity
Brief Declarations of Conformity appear on page i.
Website: To download the formal declaration of
conformity, go to http://eudocs.taitworld.com/. A signed
and dated paper copy of the declaration of conformity can be
obtained from Tait Europe Ltd.
Electromagnetic compatibility in European
vehicles
In the European Community, radio equipment fitted to automotive vehicles is regulated by Directive 72/245/EEC, as
amended by 95/54/EC. The requirements of this directive
cover the electromagnetic compatibility of electrical or electronic equipment fitted to automotive vehicles.
Note: To meet the requirements of Directive 72/245/EEC (as
amended by 95/54/EC) installation of this product in a
vehicle must be performed according to the instructions
provided, and any guidelines of the
vehicle manufacturer.
Safety and compliance warnings v
EN 60950 requirements (25 watt radios)
This radio complies with the European Union standard
EN 60950 when operated up to the rated 33% duty cycle of
two minutes transmit and four minutes receive, and with
ambient temperatures of 30°C or lower.
Caution: Operation outside these limits may cause the external
temperature of the radio to rise higher than this
standard permits.
Safe radio operation
Warning: Observe the following practices:
Switch the radio off at petrol filling stations or near flammable
liquids or gases.
Switch the radio off in the vicinity of explosive devices and
blasting zones.
Using a handheld microphone or a radio while driving a vehicle may violate the laws and legislation that apply in your
country or state. Please check the regulations in your area.
High radio surface temperatures
The bottom surface of the radio and the heatsink fins can
become hot during prolonged operation. Do not touch these
parts of the radio.
Radio protection when changing the
vehicle battery
Always remove the fuses from the radio power cable before
charging the vehicle battery, connecting a second battery or
using power from another vehicle (e.g. when “jump-starting”
the vehicle).
vi Safety and compliance warnings
Your radio’s settings
Use the following table to list your radio’s programmed settings.
Function key settings
Conventional
Trunked
quick access
menus:
Frequently used channels and groups
ID/Number Description
ID/Number Description
function keys
1 to 4
microphone
socket
volume
control
left selection key
on/off key
microphone
press-to talk key
(PTT)
scroll keys
display
speaker
right selection key
Main menu
green
red amber
radio status LEDs
Main menu: conventional mode
Note:Some of the menus shown below may not be available for your radio.
Navigating your radio’s menus
Main menu: MPT trunked mode
Note:Some of the menus shown below may not be available for your radio.
Contents
Directive 1999/5/EC Declaration of Conformity .................i
To our European customers ................................................ii
Safety and compliance warnings ......................................iii
Radio frequency exposure information .....................................iii
Radio frequency emissions limits in the USA .............................iv
Health, safety and electromagnetic compatibility in Europe ...... v
Electromagnetic compatibility in European vehicles .................. v
EN 60950 requirements (25 watt radios) ..................................vi
Safe radio operation ................................................................vi
High radio surface temperatures ..............................................vi
Radio protection when changing the vehicle battery ................vi
About this manual ...............................................................1
Safety warnings used in this manual ........................................ 1
Feedback about this manual .................................................... 1
Changes to this manual ........................................................... 1
Copyright information ............................................................. 2
Acknowledgement .................................................................. 2
Disclaimer ................................................................................ 2
Getting started ....................................................................3
Radio controls .......................................................................... 3
About the keypad microphone ................................................ 5
Understanding the radio display ............................................... 6
Understanding the radio indicators .......................................... 8
Navigating your radio’s menus ............................................... 10
Viewing your radio’s function key settings ............................. 11
Basic operation ..................................................................12
Turning the radio on and off .................................................. 12
Locking your radio ................................................................. 12
Unlocking your radio ............................................................. 13
Adjusting the speaker volume ................................................ 13
Using voice-operated transmit ............................................... 13
Contents xi
Operating in conventional mode ..................................... 15
Selecting a zone .................................................................... 15
Selecting a channel ................................................................ 16
Selecting a group .................................................................. 18
Checking that a channel is clear ............................................ 19
Making a call ......................................................................... 20
Making a local call ................................................................. 21
Making a call using your address book .................................. 23
Making an emergency call ..................................................... 24
Sending a status message ...................................................... 25
Transmitting at low power ..................................................... 25
Ending active calls ................................................................. 26
Activating the repeater before a call ...................................... 27
Receiving a call ...................................................................... 28
Receiving a text message ....................................................... 28
Hearing faint and noisy signals .............................................. 28
Using your radio in different repeater areas ........................... 30
Scanning a group of channels ................................................ 31
Operating in MPT trunked mode ..................................... 34
Changing your operating mode ............................................. 34
Checking that your network is available ................................. 35
Making a preset call .............................................................. 35
About emergency operation .................................................. 37
Dialling a PABX number ......................................................... 39
Dialling a PSTN number ......................................................... 39
Receiving a call ...................................................................... 39
Re-establishing a call ............................................................. 41
Checking missed calls ............................................................ 41
About status messages .......................................................... 43
About text messages ............................................................. 44
Placing the radio in do-not-disturb mode ............................... 47
Calls to conventional channels ............................................... 48
Dialling calls in MPT trunked mode ................................. 49
MPT 1343 dialling ................................................................. 49
Nokia ANN fleet calls ............................................................. 51
Accessing common MPT trunking functions ........................... 53
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Customizing radio settings ...............................................55
Changing the volume of radio indicators ............................... 55
Changing the external alert option ........................................ 56
Changing the volume of keypress tones ................................. 56
Changing to quiet operation .................................................. 57
Changing to silent operation ................................................. 58
Turning on control-head backlighting .................................... 59
Changing the level of control-head backlighting .................... 60
Changing the contrast of the radio display ............................. 60
Troubleshooting ................................................................61
When your radio won’t turn on ............................................. 61
Removing the microphone ..................................................... 61
Reinstalling the microphone ................................................... 62
Removing the radio from the vehicle ...................................... 62
Checking version information ................................................ 63
Describing the radio’s audible tones ....................................... 63
Licence agreement ............................................................65
Contents xiii
xiv Contents
About this manual
This user’s guide provides information about the TM8250 and
TM8255 mobile radios. If you need further assistance or your
radio does not operate as you expect, contact your
radio provider.
Website: For information about how to install your
TM8200 radio, go to http://support.taitworld.com/.
Safety warnings used in this manual
Within this manual, the following conventions are used to
alert you to important safety information:
Warning: There is a potential risk of death or serious injury.
Caution: There is the risk of minor or moderate injury
to people.
Caution: “Caution” is used without the safety alert symbol
when there is a risk of equipment damage
or malfunction.
Feedback about this manual
If you have any enquiries regarding this manual, or any
comments, suggestions and notifications of errors, please
contact Technical Support at support@taitworld.com.
Changes to this manual
In the interests of improving the performance, reliability or
servicing of the equipment, Tait Electronics Ltd reserves the
right to update both the equipment or this operator’s manual,
without prior notice.
Website: For contact details and technical assistance, go
to http://www.taitworld.com/, and
http://support.taitworld.com/.
About this manual 1
Copyright information
All information contained in this manual is the property of Tait
Electronics Ltd. All rights are reserved. These manuals may
not, in whole or in part, be copied, photocopied, reproduced,
translated, stored, or reduced to any electronic medium or
machine-readable form, without prior written permission
from Tait Electronics Ltd. All trade names referenced are the
service mark, trademark, or registered trademark of the
respective manufacturers.
Acknowledgement
This radio uses an implementation of UTM conversion
sourced, with permission, from Geoscience Australia (GA).
Disclaimer
There are no warranties extended or granted by this manual.
Tait Electronics Ltd accepts no responsibility for damage arising from use of the information contained in the manual or of
the equipment and software it describes. It is the responsibility
of the user to ensure that use of such information, equipment
and software complies with the laws, rules and regulations of
the applicable jurisdictions.
2 About this manual
Getting started
This section provides a brief description of your radio’s
controls and indicators and explains how to use the
radio’s menus.
The following topics are covered in this section:
■
radio controls
■
about the keypad microphone
■
understanding the radio display
■
understanding the radio indicators
■
navigating your radio’s menus
■
viewing your radio’s function key settings.
Radio controls
The radio controls are the PTT key, volume control, on/off key,
scroll keys, selection keys and function keys. Some keys may
have functions assigned to both short and long key presses:
■
a short key press is less than one second, and
■
a long key press is more than one second.
The radio controls and their functions are summarized in
the following diagram.
Getting started 3
press-to-talk
(PTT) key
microphone
display
radio status LEDs
green
red amber
speaker
on/off key
volume
control
microphone
socket
function keys
scroll keys
1 to 4
left selection key
Symbol Name
PTT key
Main menu
right selection key
Function
press and hold to transmit and
release to listen
volume control rotate to change the speaker
volume
on/off key
turn the radio on or off with a long
press
left selection
key
action determined by the text
above the left selection key
right selection action determined by the text
key
above the right selection key
scroll keys
scroll up and down through a list of
menu options or scroll left and
right in messages
Tip: If you press and hold the scroll keys, the scroll speed
increases.
function keys
1, 2, 3 and 4
4 Getting started
function keys with programmed
options
About the keypad microphone
Your radio may have a keypad microphone installed. The
keypad microphone has a PTT key as well as twelve alphanumeric keys, two scroll keys, and left and right selection keys.
The PTT key and the scroll and selection keys work in the
same way as those on the control head (see “Radio controls”
on page 3).
microphone
alphanumeric keys
PTT key
(press-to-talk)
left selection key
right selection key
scroll keys
Using the keypad microphone to enter text
When the keypad microphone is used to enter a text message,
the microphone keys have special functions. Use the
key
to toggle between upper and lower case characters and use
the left selection key
to delete a character from
the display.
The alphanumeric keys
to
are used to enter letters,
numbers and punctuation. Repeated presses of these keys will
give you the characters shown in the table below.
Key
Characters
Key
.
,
?
!
A
B
C
D
E
G
J
P
Q
R
S
2
T
U
V
8
F
3
W
X
Y
Z
H
I
4
space 0
K
L
5
M N
1
Characters
7
9
*
O 6
Getting started 5
Understanding the radio display
The messages and symbols you see on your radio display
depend on the mode in which your radio is operating and the
way it is programmed.
The following diagram shows a typical display in conventional
mode and explains some of the display information that may
be available.
symbols
The symbols along the
top of the display
show which functions
are active.
left selection key text
This text shows the current
function of the left
selection key.
scrolling indicator
This appears when
scrolling is allowed
6 Getting started
right selection key text
This text shows the current
function of the right
selection key.
default display
This programmed
display appears when
the radio is iidle. This
may be one or two
lines of text.
Radio display symbols
These are some of the symbols you may see on you
radio display:
Symbol Meaning
Received signal strength indicator (RSSI) (green LED
glowing): the more bars, the stronger the signal
being received by your radio
Transmit power level (red LED glowing): the more
bars, the higher the power level of your transmission
Transmit: your radio is transmitting
Low-power transmit: your radio is transmitting on
low power
Silent operation: your radio’s audible tones have been
turned off
External alert: external alert is active
Conventional mode symbols:
Scanning: your radio is monitoring a group of channels for activity
Monitor or squelch override: monitor or squelch override is active
MPT trunked mode symbols:
MPT network: your radio has access to an
MPT network
Flashing: your radio is attempting to access an MPT
network
Go: your radio has established a call and you are now
able to speak to the other party
Call queuing: call queuing is active
Queued call: there are calls in the call queue
Getting started 7
Understanding the radio indicators
The status LED indicators and the radio’s audible tones—
together with the radio display—all combine to give you information about the state of your radio.
The most common way the indicators work is described in the
following sections.
Note: The way these indicators behave may be affected by the
way your radio is programmed.
Status LED indicators
LED
Meaning
red
(transmit)
Glowing: your radio is transmitting
Flashing: your transmit timer is about to
expire, or
your radio is stunned
green
(receive)
Glowing: you are receiving or your radio is
actively in a call (MPT trunked mode)
Flashing: you have received a call
amber
(scanning or
network)
Glowing: your radio is scanning a group of
channels for activity (conventional mode) or
network service is available (MPT trunked
mode)
Flashing: your radio has detected activity on a
channel, and has halted on this channel
(conventional mode)
flashing fast: there is no network service available (MPT trunked mode)
8 Getting started
Audible tones
Note: If quiet or silent mode has been turned on, you will not
hear any audible tones.
For a description of other tones you may hear, see “Describing
the radio’s audible tones” on page 63.
Tone type
Meaning
one short
beep
Valid key press: the action you have attempted
is permitted, or
Function activated: a function key has been
pressed and that function has been activated
one long,
low-pitched
beep
Invalid key press: the action you have
attempted is not permitted, or
Transmission inhibited: you have attempted to
transmit but for some reason transmission is
not permitted at this time
one short,
low-pitched
beep
Function deactivated: a function key has been
pressed and the corresponding function has
been turned off
Getting started 9
Navigating your radio’s menus
Your radio has a number of menus available, each containing
lists or submenus. The menus available will depend on the
way your radio is programmed.
Using the Main menu
Whenever Menu appears above the right
selection key
, you are able to open the
Main menu by pressing
.
Use the scroll keys
or
through the list of menus.
to move
When the menu you want is highlighted,
press Select to open the menu you
have chosen.
Using the scroll key Quick Access menu
Your radio may be programmed so that your scroll keys act as
a shortcut to a frequently used menu. To go to this Quick
Access menu, press a scroll key
or
, and the Quick
Access menu appears.
For example, if your Channels menu is your
Quick Access menu, press a scroll key
or
to go directly to the
Channels menu.
The Channels menu, with a list of your
available channels and scan groups, is
now displayed.
Note: Your scroll keys may be programmed
for channel or zone scroll. If this is
the case, press the scroll key to
immediately begin scrolling through
your list of channels or zones.
10 Getting started
Using the left selection key Quick Access menu
Your radio may be programmed so that
your left selection key acts as a shortcut to
another frequently used menu. If this menu
has been programmed, the text for left
selection key corresponds to the menu.
To use this Quick Access menu, press your left
selection key
, and the associated menu appears.
Viewing your radio’s function key settings
Your radio’s four function keys can have programmed functions assigned to each key. Some keys may have a function
associated with both a short key press and a long key press.
To check the functions assigned to your radio’s function keys,
you can use the Main menu.
1 Select Menu>Radio settings>
Radio information>Key settings.
2 In the Key Settings menu, scroll through
the list of function keys.
3 Press Select to view details of the function associated with a particular
function key.
The example shown is for a function key
programmed to turn control-head backlighting on and off.
Getting started 11
Basic operation
This section describes the basic operation of your radio. The
following topics are covered in this section:
■
turning the radio on and off
■
locking your radio
■
unlocking your radio
■
adjusting the speaker volume
■
using voice-operated transmit.
Turning the radio on and off
Give a long press of the on/off key
on or off.
to turn the radio either
When the radio is first turned on, the red, green and amber
LEDs flash briefly and the radio gives two short beeps. A brief
message may appear on the display.
Locking your radio
You can lock your radio by either:
■
turning it off and then on again, or
■
using the Main menu.
Locking your radio by using the main menu
1 Select Menu>Radio settings>
Function settings>Lock radio.
2 In the Lock Radio menu, choose On.
3 Press Select.
The radio is now locked and the
message Enter PIN: appears in
the display.
Note: If your radio is operating in MPT trunked mode, the Do
Not Disturb function activates when the radio is locked.
See “Placing the radio in do-not-disturb mode” on
page 47 for more information on this feature.
12 Basic operation
Unlocking your radio
You may need to enter a personal identification number (PIN) before you can use
your radio. If the message Enter PIN:
appears, enter your assigned PIN.
Once you have entered your PIN correctly,
the PIN accepted message appears and
normal operation is now possible.
If you do not know your PIN or you receive
a Wrong PIN message, consult your
radio provider or administrator.
Adjusting the speaker volume
Rotate the volume control clockwise to increase the speaker
volume and counterclockwise to decrease the volume. The
volume control also changes the volume level of the radio’s
audible indicators.
Note: Your radio may be programmed with a minimum
volume level.
Using voice-operated transmit
Your radio may be able to detect the sound of your voice, so
that you can make calls without using the PTT key. Voiceoperated transmit (VOX) is turned on and off using a function
key programmed for VOX.
To activate VOX, you may be able to either:
■
use a programmed function key, or
■
use the Main menu.
Changing to VOX by using a function key
The function key programmed for VOX toggles VOX between
on and off. When VOX is turned on, it remains on until the
function key is pressed again.
Basic operation 13
Changing to VOX by using the Main menu
1 Select Menu>Radio Settings>
Function Settings>VOX.
2 In the VOX menu, choose On.
3 Press Select.
Changing the sensitivity of VOX
If you need to change the threshold that your radio detects
your voice and makes a call, you can also change the sensitivity of the VOX using your VOX Sensitivity menu.
1 Select Menu>Radio Settings>
Function Settings>VOX sensitivity.
2 In the VOX Sensitivity menu, and use the
scroll keys
or
to adjust the VOX
threshold to the desired level.
3 Press Done to save this setting.
14 Basic operation
Operating in conventional mode
The following topics are covered in this section:
■
selecting a zone
■
selecting a channel
■
selecting a group
■
checking that a channel is clear
■
making a call
■
making a local call
■
making a call using your address book
■
making an emergency call
■
sending a status message
■
transmitting at low power
■
ending active calls
■
activating the repeater before a call
■
receiving a call
■
receiving a text message
■
hearing faint and noisy signals
■
using your radio in different repeater areas
■
scanning a group of channels.
Selecting a zone
A zone is a collection of channels and groups. When you
select a zone, only the channels and groups assigned to that
zone are available. To select a zone you may be able to either:
■
use the Main menu, or
■
use your Quick Access menu.
Selecting a zone by using the Main menu
1 Select Menu>Zones.
Operating in conventional mode 15
2 In the Zones menu, scroll through the
list of zones until the one you
want appears.
3 Press Select.
The zone indication may be
programmed to appear either below the
channel information or beside the
RSSI symbol.
Selecting a zone by using your Quick
Access menu
Note: Your scroll keys may be programmed for zone scroll. If
this is the case, press the scroll key to immediately begin
scrolling through your list of zones.
1 Press one of the scroll keys
Zones menu.
or
to open the
2 Alternatively, the left selection key may
be programmed as your Quick Access
menu. In this case, press the left selection key
to access the Zones menu.
3 Scroll through the list of zones until the
zone you want appears.
4 Press Select.
The zone indication may be
programmed to appear either below the
channel information or beside the
RSSI symbol.
Selecting a channel
To select a channel you may be able to either:
■
use a programmed function key,
■
use the Main menu, or
■
use your quick access menu.
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Selecting a channel by using a programmed
function key
Press the function key programmed for preset channel.
The programmed channel is now shown in
the display.
Selecting a channel by using the Main menu
1 Select Menu>Channels.
2 In the Channels menu, scroll through
the list of channels until the channel you
want appears.
3 Press Done.
The programmed channel is now shown in
the display.
Selecting a channel by using your Quick
Access menu
Note: Your scroll keys may be programmed for channel scroll.
If this is the case, press the scroll key to immediately
begin scrolling through your list of channels.
1 Press one of the scroll keys
open the Channels menu.
or
to
Alternatively, the left selection key may
be programmed as your Quick Access
menu. In this case, press the left selection key
to access the Zones menu.
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2 Scroll through the list of channels until
the channel you want appears.
3 Press Done.
The programmed channel is now shown in
the display.
Selecting a group
A group is a collection of channels that are grouped together
for either scanning or voting. In the Channels menu, the
group is shown as being a single channel item, e.g. “Scan1”.
The sections “Using your radio in different repeater areas” on
page 30 and “Scanning a group of channels” on page 31
explain how your radio operates once a scan group or voting
group has been selected.
To select a group you may be able to either:
■
use a programmed function key,
■
use the Main menu, or
■
use your quick access menu.
Selecting a group by using a programmed
function key
Press a function key programmed for group scanning.
The programmed group is now shown in
the display, the amber LED glows and the
scanning symbol
appears in the display.
Selecting a group by using the Main menu
1 Select Menu>Channels.
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2 In the Channels menu, scroll through
the list of channels and groups until the
group you want appears.
3 Press Done.
The amber LED glows and the scanning
symbol
appears in the display.
Selecting a group by using your Quick
Access menu
1 Press one of the scroll keys
open the Channels menu.
or
to
2 Scroll through the list of channels and
groups until the group you
want appears.
3 Press Done.
The amber LED glows and the scanning
symbol
appears in the display.
Checking that a channel is clear
You or your user group may be segregated from other user
groups by special signalling. If an incoming call carries the
special signalling tones specific to you or your user group,
your radio’s signalling mute opens and you can hear the call.
These tones may not be audible.
The monitor function may allow you to override any special
signalling on a channel, so that you can check that the channel is clear before you make a call.
Note: Your radio may be programmed to activate monitor
whenever the microphone is off the microphone clip.
To activate monitor, you may be able to either:
■
remove the microphone from the microphone clip,
■
use a programmed function key, or
■
use the Main menu.
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Activating monitor by using a function key
1 Press the monitor function key to activate monitor and hear
any traffic on the channel.
While monitor is on, the green LED
flashes slowly and the monitor symbol
appears in the display.
2 Press the monitor function key again to turn monitor off, or
wait for monitor to turn off automatically, after a
programmed delay.
When monitor turns off, the green LED
stops flashing and the monitor symbol
disappears from the display.
Note: Your radio may be programmed so that monitor turns
off automatically after a short time.
Activating monitor by using the Main menu
1 Select Menu>Radio settings>
Function settings>Monitor.
2 In the Monitor menu, choose On.
3 Press Select.
While monitor is on, the green LED
flashes slowly and the monitor symbol
appears in the display.
Note: Your radio may be programmed so that monitor turns
off automatically after a short time.
Making a call
1 Select the required channel or scan group.
Note: You may need to select the zone you want first, then
select the channel or group from that zone.
2 Check that the channel is clear. If the green LED is glowing,
the channel is busy and you may not be able to transmit.
3 Once the channel is clear (the green LED is off), lift the
microphone off the microphone clip.
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4 Hold the microphone about 5cm (2 inches) from
your mouth.
5 Press and hold the PTT key to transmit.
6 Speak clearly into the microphone and release the PTT key
when you have finished talking.
While you are transmitting, the red LED
glows and the transmit symbol
appears in the display.
Transmit timer
Your radio may have a transmit timer that limits the amount
of time you can transmit continuously.
When the transmit timer is about to expire,
the message Transmit timeout imminent
appears in the display, the red LED flashes
and the radio gives three beeps.
If the transmit timer has timed out, you must release the PTT
before you can transmit again.
Note: Your radio may be unable to transmit for a short time
after the transmit timer has expired.
Making a local call
Each channel on your radio may have one or more local calls
programmed. To make a local call you may be able to either:
■
use a programmed function key,
■
use the Main menu, or
■
use your Quick Access menu.
Making a local call by using a function key
1 Select the required channel.
2 Press the function key programmed for the local call
you want.
The call details appear in the display, the
red LED glows and the transmit symbol
appears in the display.
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Making a local call by using the Main menu
1 Select the required channel.
2 Select Menu>Local calls.
3 In the Local Calls menu, scroll through
the list of local calls until the call you
want appears.
4 Press Send.
The call details appear in the display, the
red LED glows and the transmit symbol
appears in the display.
Making a local call by using your Quick
Access menu
1 Select the required channel.
2 Press one of the scroll keys
open the Local Calls menu.
or
to
3 Scroll through the list of local calls until
the call you want appears.
4 Press Send.
The call details appear in the display, the
red LED glows and the transmit symbol
appears in the display.
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Making a call using your address book
Your Address Book menu has a programmed list of calls,
which can be made from any channel or zone. Address-book
calls may also be used to send status information, such as
“at lunch” or “on site”.
To make a call using your address book, you may be able
to either:
■
use a programmed function key,
■
use the Main menu, or
■
use your Quick Access menu.
Making an address-book call by using a
function key
Press the function key programmed to make a call from your
address book.
The call details appear in the display, the
red LED glows and the transmit symbol
appears in the display.
Making an address-book call by using the
Main menu
1 Select Menu>Address book.
2 In the Address Book menu, scroll
through the list of calls until the call you
want appears.
3 Press Send.
The call details appear in the display, the
red LED glows and the transmit symbol
appears in the display.
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Making an address-book call by using your
Quick Access menu
1 Press one of the scroll keys
or
open the Address Book menu.
to
2 Scroll through the list of calls until the
call you want appears.
3 Press Send.
The call details appear in the display, the
red LED glows and the transmit symbol
appears in the display.
Making an emergency call
You may be able to activate emergency mode by using a
programmed function key.
1 Press the function key programmed for Emergency Mode
and an emergency call is sent to your dispatcher, or some
other predetermined location.
While emergency mode is active, your radio may cycle
between receive and transmit, so that your dispatcher can
hear any activity near the radio. Alternatively, your radio
may appear to turn off but will actually remain in
emergency mode.
2 Reset the radio to normal operation at any time by turning
the radio off and then on.
Note: Emergency mode may be programmed to end after a
fixed period of time. In this case, there is no need to
turn the radio off and then on in order to return the
radio to normal operation.
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Sending a status message
Your radio may be able to maintain a record of your current
status. This status may be sent with outgoing calls
programmed to contain status information. If the radio receiving your message has been programmed with the same status
messages, it will decode and display your message. The
message indicates your current activity or location, such as
“en route” or “at lunch”.
To change you current status:
1 Select Main>Set status.
2 In the Set Status menu, scroll through
the list of status messages until the
message you want appears.
3 Press Select and the message Status
updated appears.
Transmitting at low power
If you want to transmit at low power, you can override your
radio’s programmed power settings. To change to low-power
transmit on your current channel, you may be able to either:
■
use a programmed function key, or
■
use the Main menu.
Activating low power transmit by using a
function key
1 Press the function key programmed for low-power transmit
to transmit at low power on your current channel.
The message Low power transmit
activated appears in the display. When
you next transmit, the low-power transmit symbol appears in the display and the red LED glows.
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2 Press the low-power transmit function key again to turn
low-power transmit off.
The message Low power transmit
deactivated appears in the display.
Activating low power transmit by using the
Main menu
1 Select Menu>Radio Settings>
Function Settings>Low Power Transmit.
2 In the Low Power Transmit menu,
choose On.
3 Press Select.
The message Low power transmit
activated appears in the display. When
you next transmit, the low-power transmit symbol appears in the display and the red LED glows.
Ending active calls
You may have a function key programmed to either end the
current call, or end the current call and all other active calls in
your group. This can be done either by:
■
using the function key programmed for reset monitor to
end your current call,
■
using the function key programmed for call cleardown to
end your current call and all other calls in your group, or
■
using the function key programmed for both reset monitor
and call cleardown.
Ending your current call by using a function
key
Press the function key programmed for reset monitor. The
radio’s monitor is turned off, ending your current call.
The green LED stops flashes and the monitor symbol
pears from the display.
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disap-
Ending all active calls by using a function key
Press the function key programmed for call cleardown and
monitor is turned off for all radios in your radio group.
Any call in progress or incoming call is ended, the green LED
stops flashes and the monitor symbol disappears from the
display.
Ending active calls by using the function key
programmed for reset monitor/call cleardown
The function key programmed for reset monitor may be
programmed so that:
■
a short key press ends your current call, and
■
a long key press ends all active calls in your group.
Activating the repeater before a call
A repeater-access tone is sent to activate the repeater before a
call is made, so that the start of the call is not lost. To send a
repeater-access tone, you may be able to either:
■
use the PTT key, or
■
use a programmed function key.
Sending a repeater-access tone using the PTT key
1 Press the PTT key and the repeater-access tone for the
current channel is sent.
The call details appear in the display, the red LED glows and
the transmit symbol appears in the display. You may also
hear signalling tones.
2 Press and hold the PTT and proceed with your call.
Sending a repeater-access tone using a
function key
1 Press the function key programmed for sending a
repeater-access tone, and the repeater-access tone for the
current channel is sent.
The call details appear in the display, the red LED glows and
the transmit symbol appears in the display. You may also
hear signalling tones.
2 Press and hold the PTT and proceed with your call.
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Receiving a call
When there is valid activity on your radio’s currently selected
channel or group, the radio then unmutes and you can
hear the call.
If the incoming call contains special signalling that matches
the signalling programmed for your radio, the green LED
flashes and your radio may give a ringing tone.
Receiving a text message
When your radio receives a text message,
the message appears on the display,
along with the senders identity
in brackets ( ).
The radio may give three short beeps to
alert you to the message, or it may sound a ringing tone.
Press Delete.
The message is deleted and the message
Text message deleted appears in
the display.
Hearing faint and noisy signals
Your radio’s squelch allows the radio to unmute only when
the strength of the incoming signal is above a predetermined
threshold. This means that only signals of reasonable intelligibility are made audible. To make faint and noisy signals audible, use the squelch override function to unmute the radio.
To activate squelch override, you may be able to either:
■
use a programmed function key, or
■
use the Main menu.
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Turning squelch override on and off by using a
function key
1 Press the function key programmed for squelch override to
unmute the radio.
The message Squelch override activated
appears in the display.
While squelch override is on, the green
LED flashes continually and the squelch override symbol
appears in the display.
2 To turn squelch override off, press the squelch override
function key again.
The message Squelch override
deactivated appears in the display. The
squelch override symbol disappears
from the display and the green LED stops flashing.
Turning squelch override on and off by using
the function key programmed for monitor
The function key programmed for monitor may be
programmed so that:
■
a short key press turns monitor on, and
■
a long key press turns squelch override on.
Press and hold the function key programmed for monitor to
override the radio’s squelch.
The message Squelch override activated
appears in the display.
While squelch override is on, the green LED
flashes continually and the squelch override symbol
in the display.
appears
Squelch override remains on until there is a further long
key press.
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Activating squelch override by using the
Main menu
1 Select Menu>Radio Settings>
Function Settings>Squelch Override.
2 In the Squelch Override menu,
choose On.
3 Press Select.
The message Squelch override activated
appears in the display.
While squelch override is on, the green
LED flashes continually and the squelch override symbol
appears in the display.
Using your radio in different repeater areas
Your radio may have a group of channels programmed as a
voting group. The channels in the voting group all carry the
same traffic, but from different repeaters. As your radio
moves in and out of different repeater coverage areas, the
best communication channel is automatically selected for
you to use.
This channel is known as the “home” channel, and will be the
channel you make and receive calls on. While voting is active,
the home channel is shown in the display, the amber LED
glows and the scanning symbol
appears in the display.
The section “Selecting a group” on page 18 explains how to
select a group. A group can be either a voting or a
scanning group.
Suspending a channel from a voting group
You may be able to use the function key programmed for
nuisance delete to temporarily delete one of the channels
from the voting group.
When that voting group is next selected, or after the radio has
been turned off and then on, the deleted channel is again
part of the voting group.
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Alternatively, the function key programmed for voting may be
programmed so that:
■
a short key press turns on voting, and
■
a long key press activates nuisance delete.
Press and hold the function key programmed for voting to
remove the current channel from the voting group.
If the operation has been successful, the
message Channel deleted from group
appears in the display.
Scanning a group of channels
The scan function is used to monitor a programmed group of
channels, looking for activity. While the radio is scanning for
activity, the amber LED glows and the scanning symbol
appears in the display.
When activity is detected on a channel in the scan group, the
radio stops on that channel. The amber LED begins flashing,
the radio unmutes and you can hear the call. Scanning
resumes once the channel is no longer busy.
The section “Selecting a group” on page 18 explains how to
activate scanning.
Standard and background scanning
The two types of scanning that may be available on your radio
are standard scanning, and background scanning. Background scan can only be activated by using a function key
programmed for background scan. It differs from standard
scanning in that the channel that was selected when background scan was activated is also included as a
scan-group member.
Making a call while scanning
If you wish to make a call while your radio is scanning:
1 Lift the microphone off the microphone clip.
2 Press the PTT key to transmit.
3 If the amber LED is flashing, or background scan is active,
your radio will now call the currently selected channel.
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4 If standard scan is active and there has been no recent
activity on the channel (the amber LED is glowing rather
than flashing), then the channel that is called depends on
the way your radio has been programmed. The possible
options are:
— your radio calls a predetermined channel e.g.
your dispatcher,
— your radio calls the channel where activity was
last detected, or
— your radio calls the last free channel.
5 When the called party responds, proceed with
your conversation.
Changing the background scan group assigned
to a function key
You can change the background scan group assigned to the
function key programmed for group scanning or for scanning/
nuisance delete.
1 Select Menu>Group Settings>
Scan Key Scans.
2 In the Scan Key Scans menu, scroll
through the list of background scan
groups until the group you
want appears.
3 Press Select.
The message Scan key scans selected
group appears in the display.
The next time you activate background
scan, the new group will be your background scan group.
Suspending a channel from a scanning group
If a member channel of a scan group is busy for a long time
and you do not wish to hear the conversation, you may be
able to use the function key programmed for nuisance delete
to temporarily delete it from the scan group.
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When the scan group is next selected, or after the radio has
been turned off and then on, the deleted channel is again
part of the scan group.
Alternatively, the function key programmed for scanning may
be programmed so that:
■
a short key press turns on scanning, and
■
a long key press activates nuisance delete.
Press and hold the function key programmed for scanning to
remove the current channel from the scanning group.
If the operation has been successful, the
message Channel deleted from group
appears in the display.
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Operating in MPT trunked mode
Note: Your radio must have trunking functionality
programmed before it can operate in MPT
trunked mode.
The following topics are covered in this section:
■
changing your operating mode
■
checking that your network is available
■
making a preset call
■
about emergency operation
■
dialling a PABX number
■
dialling a PSTN number
■
receiving a call
■
re-establishing a call
■
checking missed calls
■
about status messages
■
about text messages
■
placing the radio in do-not-disturb mode
■
calls to conventional channels.
Changing your operating mode
The way your radio performs basic functions, such as sending
and receiving calls, depends on the operating mode of your
network. The two operating modes that may be available on
your radio are:
■
conventional mode (see “Operating in conventional mode”
on page 15), and
■
MPT trunked mode.
Changing your operating mode
1 Select Menu>Change mode.
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2 In the Change Mode menu, select either
Conventional or MPT.
3 Press Done.
4 Press Yes when you are prompted to
confirm your selection.
The message Changing Mode appears
and your radio now shows the
programmed default display for either
conventional or MPT trunked mode.
Checking that your network is available
Check that the amber LED is glowing and the network symbol
appears in the display. The amber LED glows and the
network symbol is shown whenever your radio has access to
the MPT trunked network.
If the amber LED and the network symbol are flashing, your
radio is attempting to access the MPT trunked network. If
these indicators remain flashing, your radio may be out of the
network coverage area.
Making a preset call
The preset calls programmed for your radio may be to other
radios, to PABX extensions or to PSTN numbers. To make a
preset call from your radio, you may be able to either:
■
use a programmed function key,
■
use the Main menu,
■
use your Quick Access menu, or
■
dial the preset call using a keypad microphone.
Using a function key to make a preset call
Press the function key programmed to make the preset call
you want.
The call details appear in the display. While
the call is being setup, you can cancel the
call by pressing Clear.
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Using the Main menu to make a preset call
1 Select Menu>Preset calls.
2 In the Preset Calls menu, scroll through
the list of calls until the call you want
appears.
3 Press Send.
The call details appear in the display.
While the call is being setup, you can
cancel the call by pressing Clear.
Using your Quick Access menu to make a
preset call
1 Press the left selection key
or one of the scroll keys
or
to enter the Preset Calls menu.
2 Scroll through the list of names until the
you want appears.
3 Press Send.
The call details appear in the display.
While the call is being setup, you can
cancel the call by pressing Clear.
Dialling a preset call
If your radio has a keypad microphone installed, the preset
calls programmed for your radio can be dialled. To dial the
preset call, you need to know the number associated with the
preset call. There may be up to 100 preset calls programmed.
For information about entering characters using the keypad
microphone, see “About the keypad microphone” on page 5.
To dial a preset call:
1 Dial p, where p is the number of the
preset call.
If your preset call number is the same as
a call to another radio, then you need to
36 Operating in MPT trunked mode
dial a leading 0. For example, dial 23# to call radio 23 and
dial 023# for preset call number 23.
2 Press Send or the
or PTT key.
The call details appear in the display.
While the call is being setup, you can
cancel the call by pressing Clear.
About emergency operation
In an emergency you may be able to summon help by sending
an emergency call. After making the call, your radio may be
programmed to enter emergency mode. While emergency
mode is active, your radio may cycle between receive and
transmit, so that your dispatcher or the called party can hear
any activity near your radio.
On most networks, an emergency call takes precedence over
other call types, and existing calls are cleared down so that
the emergency call can proceed.
To make an emergency call from your radio, you may be able
to either:
■
make a preset emergency call,
■
dial the emergency call using a keypad microphone, or
■
use a function key programmed for emergency mode.
Making a preset emergency call
To make a preset emergency call from your radio, you may be
able to either use a programmed function key, use the main
menu, or use your quick access menu.
1 Select your preset emergency call.
See “Making a preset call” on page 35.
2 Press Send.
An emergency call is now sent to the emergency location
that has been programmed for your radio.
Dialling an emergency call
If your radio has a keypad microphone installed, you can dial
an emergency call. For information about entering characters
Operating in MPT trunked mode 37
using the keypad microphone, see “About the keypad microphone” on page 5.
1 Dial *9.
2 Press Send or the
or PTT key.
An emergency call is now sent to the
emergency location that has been
programmed for your radio.
Note: If you wish to send an emergency call to another radio,
you may be able to dial *9*n then press the
or PTT
key. In this case, n is the radio unit number you wish to
send the emergency call to and may be a two- or threedigit number.
Activating emergency mode
You can activate emergency mode using a function key
programmed for emergency mode. Alternatively, you may be
able to activate emergency mode using a hidden switch or
panic button. Once emergency mode is activated, your radio
makes an emergency call to your dispatcher or some other
predetermined location. The radio then enters
emergency mode.
While emergency mode is active, your radio may cycle
between receive and transmit, so that your dispatcher can
hear any activity near the radio.
Cancelling emergency mode
To cancel emergency mode during the emergency call, press
the PTT key. The call will continue, but your radio will not
remain in emergency mode.
If the emergency call has been made and your radio is in
emergency mode, reset the radio to normal operation at any
time by turning the radio off and then on.
Note: Emergency mode may be programmed to end after a
fixed period of time. In this case, there is no need to
turn the radio off and then on in order to return the
radio to normal operation.
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Dialling a PABX number
If your radio has a keypad microphone installed, you may be
able to make calls to a PABX extension. For information about
entering characters using the keypad microphone, see “About
the keypad microphone” on page 5.
To dial a PABX extension:
1 Dial n, where n is the PABX extension
you wish to call.
2 Press Send or the
or PTT key.
The call details appear in the display.
While the call is being setup, you can
cancel the call by pressing Clear.
Dialling a PSTN number
If your radio has a keypad microphone installed, you may be
able to make calls to a PSTN number. For information about
entering characters using the keypad microphone, see “About
the keypad microphone” on page 5.
To dial a PSTN number:
1 Dial 0n, where n is the PSTN number you
wish to call.
Note: The numbers you dial before the 0
depend on the way your
network operates.
2 Press Send or the
or PTT key.
The call details appear in the display.
While the call is being setup, you can
cancel the call by pressing Clear.
Receiving a call
When you receive a call, your radio displays
the caller’s identity and responds in one of
two ways, depending on the way it was
programmed and the way your
network operates.
Operating in MPT trunked mode 39
■
On-air call setup: The radio gives a ring and automatically
accepts the call. The
symbol appears in the display.
■
Full off-air call setup (FOACSU): When a call is received, the
radio rings like a telephone.
To accept the call, press Answer. The radio gives a beep and
the
symbol appears in the display. You may also be able
to accept the call if you briefly press the PTT key or lift the
microphone off the microphone clip.
Once the
follows:
symbol appears, you can proceed with the call, as
1 Hold the microphone about 5cm (2 inches) from
your mouth.
2 Press and hold the PTT key to transmit.
3 Speak clearly into the microphone and release the PTT key
when you have finished talking.
While you are transmitting, the red LED
glows and the transmit symbol
appears in the display.
4 End the call by placing your microphone back onto its hook
or by pressing Clear. The network may also end the call if
neither you nor the other party transmits for a predetermined time or if you call time limit is exceeded.
Transmit timer
Your radio may have a transmit timer that limits the amount
of time you can transmit continuously.
When the transmit timer is about to expire,
the message Transmit timeout imminent
appears in the display, the red LED flashes
and the radio gives three beeps.
If the transmit timer times out, the call clears down.
Call time limit
In MPT trunked mode, the length of your call may be limited
by the network or by your radio. Your radio may be
programmed to display the time remaining for your call.
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When your call time is about to expire, the
message Call timeout appears in the
display, the red LED flashes and the radio
gives a repeated beep.
Re-establishing a call
The last number recall, unanswered call and callback functions
allow you to re-establish calls using the PTT key.
Last number recall
When an outgoing call has ended, the message Last call to
and the called unit’s identity may appear on the display.
To make a call to that person again, briefly press the PTT key.
Unanswered call
When an incoming call is missed, the message Missed call and
the caller’s identity may appear in the display.
To return the call, briefly press the PTT key.
Callback
When an incoming call has been ended, the message
Last call from and the caller’s identity may appear in
the display.
To make a call to that person, briefly press the PTT key.
Checking missed calls
If you have missed an incoming call, it may be stored in the
call queue, so that you can return the call later. Information
about the last missed call is shown in the display and the
queued call symbol appears.
In the example below, the last call received was a status
message from Car1. This call is the first of three calls stored in
the call queue.
queued
identity of last
unanswered
type of
options available
depend on type of
scroll
position of call
in the call
Operating in MPT trunked mode 41
Accessing the call queue
1 Use the scroll keys
or
to move through the calls in
the call queue until the call you want appears.
2 Press Options to open the Call Queue
Options menu.
The options available for the call depend
on the type of call it is. If the call is a
voice call, select Call to return the call or
Delete to delete the call.
If the call is a status message or a text
message, then select View to read the
message.
Changing your call queuing setting
Your radio may be programmed so that you are able to
change call queuing to “unanswered”. Unanswered call
queuing means that all status and text messages are immediately queued. Incoming voice calls are only queued if they
are unanswered.
If your radio has a keypad microphone installed, you may be
able to change your call queuing setting using the keypad. For
information about entering characters using the keypad
microphone, see “About the keypad microphone” on page 5.
To activate call queuing:
■
select Menu>Radio settings>Call settings>Call queuing
and choose On, or
■
dial *48 then press the
or PTT key.
The message Call queuing activated appears.
To change call queuing to unanswered call queuing:
■
select Menu>Radio settings>Call settings>Call queuing
and choose Off, or
■
dial #48 then press the
or PTT key.
The message Call queuing deactivated appears.
42 Operating in MPT trunked mode
About status messages
A status message is sent to another party to indicate your
current activity or location, such as “en route” or “at lunch”.
If the radio receiving your message has been programmed
with the same status messages, it will decode and display your
message. If you receive a status message, the message is automatically queued, since a response is not expected.
Selecting a status message
1 Select Main>Send>Status.
2 In the Status menu, scroll through the
list of status messages until the
message you want appears.
Sending a status message
1 When you have chosen a message,
press Options and the Send To
menu opens.
2 In the Send To menu, scroll through the
list of options until the choice you
want appears.
Note: If your radio has a keypad microphone installed, you can choose the
option Send to dialled, then dial the number of the
party you wish to call.
3 Press Send.
The call details appear in the display.
While the call is being setup, you can
cancel the call by pressing Clear.
Operating in MPT trunked mode 43
Dialling a status message
If your radio has a keypad microphone installed, the status
messages programmed for your radio can be dialled. To dial
the message, you need to know the number associated with
the status message. There may be up to 30 status
messages programmed.
For information about entering characters using the keypad
microphone, see “About the keypad microphone” on page 5.
To dial a status message:
1 Dial *0s*n, where s is the number of the
status message and n is the radio
unit number you wish to send the
message to.
2 Alternatively, dial *0s*p, where p is the
number of a preset call. See “Dialling a
preset call” on page 36 for more information.
3 Press Send or the
or PTT key.
The call details appear in the display.
While the call is being setup, you can
cancel the call by pressing Clear.
About text messages
Your radio may be programmed so that you can send
text messages. There are three options for creating
text messages:
■
selecting a preset text message,
■
editing a preset text message, or
■
creating a new text message.
Note: To either edit or enter a text message, your radio must
have a keypad microphone installed. For information
about entering alphanumeric characters using the
keypad microphone, see “About the keypad microphone” on page 5.
44 Operating in MPT trunked mode
Selecting a preset text message
1 Select Menu>Send>
Text message>Preset message.
In the Preset Message menu, a short
label representing each message
is displayed.
2 Scroll through the list of preset message
labels until the one you want appears.
3 Select Edit, and the complete text
message you have chosen is now
displayed.
Editing a preset text message
1 Select Menu>Send>
Text message>Preset message.
In the Preset Message menu, a short
label representing each message
is displayed.
2 Scroll through the list of preset message
labels until the one you want appears.
3 Press Edit, and the complete text
message you have chosen is now
displayed.
4 Use the scroll keys
or
to move
through the characters. Use the alphanumeric keypad to add characters and
the Clear key to delete them. The message can be up to
100 characters long.
Operating in MPT trunked mode 45
Creating a new text message
1 Select Menu>Send>
Text message>New message.
The last text message you sent may be
displayed.
2 In the New Message menu, modify the
last text message you sent, or enter the
new text message using the alphanumeric keypad on your keypad microphone. The message can be up to 100
characters long.
Sending a text message
1 When you have chosen or entered a message, press
Options and the Send To menu opens.
2 In the Send To menu, scroll through the
list of options until the choice you
want appears.
If your radio has a keypad microphone
installed, you can choose the option
Send to dialled, then dial the number
of the party you wish to call.
3 Press Send.
The call details appear in the display.
While the call is being setup, you can
cancel the call by pressing Clear.
46 Operating in MPT trunked mode
Placing the radio in do-not-disturb mode
If you do not want calls for a while, you can place the radio in
do-not-disturb mode, so that incoming calls can be ignored.
You can make outgoing calls in the usual way.
Note: While do-not-disturb mode is active, incoming calls
cannot be stored in the call queue.
To place the radio in do-not-disturb mode, you may be able
to either:
■
use a programmed function key, or
■
use the Main menu.
Activating do-not-disturb mode by using a
function key
1 Press the function key programmed for do not disturb, to
activate the do-not-disturb function.
The message Do not disturb activated appears in the
display. Your radio will now ignore all incoming calls.
2 To deactivate the do-not-disturb function, press the do-notdisturb function key again.
The message Do not disturb deactivated appears in the
display.
Activating do-not-disturb mode by using the
Main menu
1 Select Menu>Radio Settings>
Call Settings>Do not disturb.
2 In the Do Not Disturb menu, choose
On.
3 Press Select.
The message Do not disturb activated
appears in the display. Your radio will
now ignore all incoming calls.
Operating in MPT trunked mode 47
Calls to conventional channels
You may be able to dial conventional channels or groups,
using 101 to 110. The channels or groups called using these
numbers are programmed for your radio.
To call a conventional channel or group:
1 Dial the number for the channel or group you wish to call.
2 Press Send or the
or PTT key.
Your radio switches to the conventional channel
programmed for that number.
48 Operating in MPT trunked mode
Dialling calls in MPT trunked
mode
If your radio has a keypad microphone installed, you can make
dialled calls from your radio. The numbers you dial and dialling features available depend on the way your radio is
programmed and the way your network operates. Contact
your radio provider for further assistance.
For information about entering characters using the keypad
microphone, see “About the keypad microphone” on page 5.
The following topics are covered in this section:
■
MPT 1343 dialling
■
Nokia ANN fleet calls
■
accessing common MPT trunking functions.
MPT 1343 dialling
If your MPT trunked network uses the MPT 1343 dialling
scheme, your radio’s unique number on the network
consists of:
■
a three-digit prefix,
■
a four-digit fleet number, and
■
a two- or three-digit radio unit number.
You may also be part of a group, with a two- or three-digit
group number.
Finding your radio’s MPT number
To find your radio’s full MPT number:
1 Dial *700.
2 Press the
or PTT key.
The name associated with your network
and your radio’s full MPT number
appears.
The number is in the form:
Prefix Fleet Radio unit number
300 3078
234
Dialling calls in MPT trunked mode 49
MPT 1343 dialled calls
The following table summarizes the way you dial calls to other
radios and groups of radios and gives an example of each type
of call.
Note: In the following examples, the final # may be replaced
by a short press of the PTT key.
Call to
Radio 23 in the same fleet as you
Dialling code and example
Radio unit number
23
#
Radio 234 in the same fleet as you
Radio unit number
23
#
Radio 23 in fleet 3078 with the same
prefix as you
Fleet
3078
Radio unit number
23
Radio 234 in fleet 3078 with the same
prefix as you
Fleet
3078
Radio unit number
#
234
#
Radio 234 in fleet 3078 with a different Prefix Fleet Radio unit number
#
prefix to you (300)
300
3078
234
Group 92 in the same fleet as you
Group
92
Group 923 in the same fleet as you
Group
923 #
50 Dialling calls in MPT trunked mode
#
Nokia ANN fleet calls
If your MPT trunked network uses Nokia ANN dialling, the
numbers you dial depend on your fleet size. Fleets are defined
as either large, small or mini. Your radio’s unique number on
the network consists of:
■
a lead number 7, 8 or 9, depending on the fleet size,
■
a zero-, one-, two- or three-digit prefix,
■
a one- or two-digit fleet number, and
■
a two- or three-digit radio unit number.
Note: See your radio provider or network administrator for
Nokia ANN call details.
Finding your radio’s MPT number
To find your radio’s full MPT number:
1 Dial *700.
2 Press the
or PTT key.
The name associated with your network
and your radio’s full MPT number
appears.
The number is in the form:
Lead
7
Prefix Fleet Radio unit number
34
2
209
Nokia ANN dialled calls
The following table summarizes the way you dial calls to other
radios and gives an example of each type of call.
Note: In the following dialled numbers, the # terminator is not
necessary if you press the PTT key instead.
Call to
Dialling code and example
Radio 23 in the same fleet as you Radio unit number
#
23
Group 923 in the same fleet
as you
Group #
923
Dialling calls in MPT trunked mode 51
Call to
Dialling code and example
Large fleet:
Call to radio 234 in fleet 1 with the Lead Fleet Radio unit number
#
same prefix as you
1
7
234
Call to radio 235 in fleet 2 with a
different prefix to you (32)
Lead Prefix Fleet
7
32
2
Small fleet:
Call to radio 23 in fleet 51 with the Lead
same prefix as you
7
Call to radio 23 in fleet 52 with a
different prefix to you (126)
Fleet
51
Call to radio 23 in fleet 81 with a
different prefix to you (3)
Radio unit number #
23
Lead Prefix Fleet
7
126
52
Mini fleet:
Call to radio 23 in fleet 80 with the Lead
same prefix as you
7, 8 or 9
Radio unit number
#
235
Fleet
80
Radio unit number
23
#
Radio unit number #
23
Lead
Prefix Fleet Radio unit number
#
7, 8 or 9
3
81
23
52 Dialling calls in MPT trunked mode
Accessing common MPT trunking functions
The following tables explain how you can access special MPT
trunking functions using the * and # keys. The availability of
these functions is dependant on the way your radio is
programmed and the way your network operates.
Note: In the following examples, the final # may be replaced
by a short press of the PTT key.
*... # functions
Dialling code Call to
Example
#
Accept an incoming FOACSU call
*#
Clear call or displayed item, or decline an
incoming FOACSU call
*0#
#0#
Request base dispatcher to call you back
Cancel request
*0*n#
#0*n#
Request another dispatcher to call you back *0*234#
Cancel request
#0*234#
*0s*n#
*0s#
Status call (s = status 1 to 30) to radio n
Status call to dispatcher
*015*23#
*015#
*1*g#
Conference call to group g
*1*92#
*11*g#
Broadcast call to group g
*11*92#
*31*n#
Non-prescribed data call
*31*23#
*41*n#
#41#
Divert own calls to radio n
Cancel divert
*41*23#
*41*0n#
#41#
Divert own calls to PSTN n
Cancel divert
*41*03456798#
*44*n*m#
#44#n
Divert 3rd party calls n to m
Cancel divert of 3rd party calls
*44*23*21#
*44*23#
*48#
#48#
Queue incoming calls
Cancel queue
*49#
#49#
Do not disturb
Cancel do not disturb
*491#
#491#
Do not disturb - voice calls only
Cancel do not disturb, voice calls only
Dialling calls in MPT trunked mode 53
*... # functions
Dialling code Call to
Example
*492#
#492#
Do not disturb - data calls only
Cancel do not disturb, data calls only
*50*n
Select channel n (site-select diagnostic function, enabled
during programming)
#50
Resume normal channel hunting (site-select diagnostic function, enabled during programming)
*700#
Display your MPT number
*8*n#
Priority call to radio n
*8*23#
*8*1*g#
Priority conference call to group g
*8*1*923#
*9*n#
Emergency call to radio n
*9*23#
*9*1*g#
Emergency conference call to group g
*9*1*92#
**n#
Abbreviated dialled codes (1-49)
**3#
54 Dialling calls in MPT trunked mode
Customizing radio settings
Your radio’s audible indicators and display settings can be
changed in the Alert Settings menu and the Display
Settings menu.
Note: Unless stated otherwise, these features are common to
radios operating in either conventional mode or MPT
trunked mode.
The following settings are described in this section:
■
changing the volume of radio indicators
■
changing the external alert option
■
changing the volume of keypress tones
■
changing to quiet operation
■
changing to silent operation
■
turning on control-head backlighting
■
changing the level of control-head backlighting
■
changing the contrast of the radio display.
Changing the volume of radio indicators
The volume of all radio indicators can be set to either high or
low. To change the volume of your radio’s indicators, you may
be able to either:
■
use a programmed function key, or
■
use the Main menu.
Changing the volume of radio indicators by
using a function key
The function key programmed for indicator volume toggles
the volume of all radio indicators between high or low.
Customizing radio settings 55
Changing the volume of radio indicators by
using the Main menu
1 Select Menu>Radio settings>
Alert settings>Indicator volume.
2 In the Indicator Volume menu, choose
either Low or High.
3 Press Select.
Changing the external alert option
If you are away from your radio and unable to answer calls
immediately, an external alert, such as a car horn, may activate when you receive a call. The external alert continues for a
period of time and is then turned off.
You are able to turn external alert on and off using your
Main menu.
1 Select Menu>Radio settings>
Alert settings>External alert.
2 In the External Alert menu, choose either
On or Off.
3 Press Select.
Changing the volume of keypress tones
Whenever you press a control head key, the keypress tones
give you an audible indication as to whether or not your
action is allowed. A short, medium-pitched beep indicates
that an action is allowed. A long, low-pitched beep indicates
that the action is not allowed.
To change the volume of your radio’s keypress tones, you may
be able to either:
56 Customizing radio settings
■
use a programmed function key, or
■
use the Main menu.
Changing the volume of keypress tones by
using a function key
The function key programmed to change the volume of
keypress tones switches the volume of the radio’s keypress
tones between high, low and off.
Changing the volume of keypress tones by
using the Main menu
1 Select Menu>Radio settings>
Alert settings>Keypress tones.
2 In the Keypress Tones menu, choose
either High, Low or Off.
3 Press Select.
Changing to quiet operation
When quiet operation is on, keypress tones and confirmation
tones are turned off. Incoming call tones, signalling tones and
warning tones all remain audible.
To change to quiet operation, you may be able to either:
■
use a programmed function key, or
■
use the Main menu.
Customizing radio settings 57
Changing to quiet operation by using a
function key
Press the function key programmed for quiet operation to
toggle quiet operation between on and off.
Changing to quiet operation by using the
Main menu
1 Select Menu>Radio settings>
Alert settings>Quiet operation.
2 In the Quiet Operation menu,
choose On.
3 Press Select.
Changing to silent operation
When silent operation is on, all the radio’s audible tones are
turned off, and only channel traffic can be heard.
To change to silent operation, you may be able to either:
■
use a programmed function key, or
■
use the Main menu.
Changing to silent operation by using a
function key
Press the function key programmed for silent operation to
toggle silent operation between on and off.
Changing to silent operation by using the
Main menu
1 Select Menu>Radio settings>
Alert settings>silent operation.
58 Customizing radio settings
2 In the Silent Operation menu,
choose On.
3 Press Select.
Turning on control-head backlighting
The radio’s display and keypad light up when backlighting is
on. This normally only happens when a key is pressed or a call
is received. There are two ways you may be able to change
the way backlighting operates on your radio:
■
turn on backlighting momentarily, using a programmed
function key, or
■
toggle backlighting between on and off, using either a programmed function key or the Main menu.
Turning backlighting on momentarily by using
a function key
You may be able to use a programmed function key to turn
backlighting on momentarily. Backlighting remains on for a
few seconds and then turns off.
Alternatively, the function key may be programmed so that:
■
a short key press turns backlighting on momentarily, and
■
a long key press turns backlighting on, and it remains on
until there is a further long key press.
Toggling backlighting on and off by using a
function key
The function key programmed for backlighting toggles the
backlighting between on and off. When backlighting is
turned on, it remains on until the function key is pressed
again.
Turning backlighting on and off by using the
Main menu
When backlighting is turned on using the menu, it remains on
until the setting is changed to off, regardless of radio activity.
Customizing radio settings 59
1 Select Menu>Radio settings>
Display settings>Backlighting.
2 In the Backlighting menu, choose either
On or Off.
3 Press Select.
Changing the level of control-head
backlighting
The radio’s display and keypad light up when backlighting is
on. This normally only happens when a key is pressed or a
call is received.
You may be able to change the level of control-head
backlighting using the Main menu.
1 Select Menu>Radio settings>
Alert settings>Backlighting level.
2 In the Backlighting Level menu, choose
either High, Medium or Low.
3 Press Select.
Changing the contrast of the radio display
If the radio’s display is too dark or too light, you may be able
to adjust the contrast by using the Contrast Adjust menu.
1 Select Menu>Radio settings>
Display settings>Contrast adjust.
2 In the Contrast Adjust menu, and use the
scroll keys
or
to adjust the
display contrast to the desired level.
3 Press Done to save this setting.
60 Customizing radio settings
Troubleshooting
The following topics are covered in this section:
■
when your radio won’t turn on
■
removing the microphone
■
reinstalling the microphone
■
removing the radio from the vehicle
■
checking version information
■
describing the radio’s audible tones.
When your radio won’t turn on
If the red, green and amber LEDs on the control head do not
light up when the radio is turned on, it is likely that no power
is reaching the radio. Check the following:
■
Is the power connector firmly plugged into the rear of
the radio?
■
Are the in-line fuses in good condition?
■
Is the power cable securely connected to the vehicle battery
or power supply?
If all appears to be in order, then contact your radio provider
for further assistance.
Removing the microphone
1 Using your thumb or forefinger, lift up one
of the corners of the microphone grommet.
Firmly (but gently) pull that corner until the
seal comes away from the cavity.
grommet
2 Repeat to expose another corner.
3 Pull the exposed corners back and slide the grommet up
the microphone cable to reveal the microphone plug.
4 Remove the plug from the microphone socket.
Caution: The microphone grommet must be installed whenever the microphone is plugged into the microphone
socket. When installing a microphone, follow the
instructions in the section “Installing the microphone” on page 49.
Troubleshooting 61
Reinstalling the microphone
Caution: The microphone grommet must be installed whenever the microphone is plugged into the
microphone socket.
1 Plug the microphone into the microphone socket.
2 Slide the microphone grommet along the microphone cord
and push two adjacent corners of the grommet into the
microphone socket cavity.
3 Squeeze the grommet and push the remaining corners
into position.
4 Check that the grommet is seated correctly in the cavity.
microphone
grommet
control head
Removing the radio from the vehicle
c
a
d
a
b
1 Switch off the radio.
2 Unscrew the four thumb screws
the U-bracket b .
a
that secure the radio to
3 Carefully lift the radio clear of the U-bracket.
4 Disconnect the antenna
rear of the radio.
62 Troubleshooting
c
and power cable
d
from the
Checking version information
Your radio provider may ask you for the hardware or firmware
version of your radio for troubleshooting purposes.
To check the version of your radio:
1 Select Menu>Radio settings>
Radio information>Version information.
2 In the Version Information menu, scroll
through the list of version
information available.
3 Press Select to view details of the version
information you have selected.
The example shown is for the radio’s
firmware.
Describing the radio’s audible tones
The following table summarizes the radio’s audible tones.
Action and tone Meaning
two short
beeps
Radio turned on: the radio is powered on
and ready to use
one short beep Radio locked: you need to enter your
after the power- personal identity number (PIN) before you
up beeps
can use the radio
one long, lowpitched beep
Radio PIN entry unsuccessful: you need to
re-enter your PIN
two short beeps
Radio PIN entry successful: the radio is now
ready to use
one short beep
Function activated: a function key has been
pressed and that function has been
initiated, or
radio turned off: the radio is powered off, or
valid key press: the action you have
attempted is permitted
Troubleshooting 63
Action and tone Meaning
one short, lowpitched beep
Function deactivated: a function key has
been pressed and the corresponding function has been turned off
one long, lowpitched beep
Invalid key press: the action you have
attempted is not permitted, or
transmission inhibited: you have attempted
to transmit but for some reason transmission is not permitted at this time
one short, highpitched beep
Radio is stunned: the radio has been made
inoperable by your service provider
two short beeps
Radio is revived: the radio has made operable by your service provider
three beeps
Transmit timeout imminent: in 10 seconds
your transmit timer will expire and your
current transmission will be terminated
one repeating
beep
Call timeout imminent: your call time is
about to expire (MPT trunked mode only)
two lowpitched beeps
Radio's temperature is high: the radio's
temperature is in the high-temperature
range, but the radio will continue
to operate
two highpitched beeps
Radio's temperature is very high: the
radio's temperature is in the very high
temperature range and all transmissions
will now be at low power; if the radio's
temperature rises outside this range, transmissions will be inhibited
continuous lowpitched tone
Radio system error: a system error has
occurred and the radio may be inoperable
two long lowSynthesizer is out-of-lock: the radio's
high pitched tone synthesizer is out-of-lock on the current
pairs
channel and you cannot operate on
that channel
64 Troubleshooting
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MERGE IT INTO ANOTHER PROGRAM FOR YOUR USE ON THE SINGLE
MACHINE (ANY PORTION OF ANY SOFTWARE OR FIRMWARE MERGED
INTO ANOTHER PROGRAM WILL CONTINUE TO BE SUBJECT TO THE
TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THIS AGREEMENT).
THE LICENSEE’S SOLE REMEDY AGAINST TAIT WILL BE LIMITED TO
BREACH OF CONTRACT AND TAIT’S SOLE AND TOTAL LIABILITY FOR ANY
SUCH CLAIM SHALL BE LIMITED AT THE OPTION OF TAIT TO THE REPAIR
OR REPLACEMENT OF THE SOFTWARE OR FIRMWARE OR THE REFUND OF
THE PURCHASE PRICE OF THE SOFTWARE OR FIRMWARE.
THE LICENSEE MAY NOT DUPLICATE, MODIFY, REVERSE COMPILE OR
REVERSE ASSEMBLE ANY SOFTWARE OR FIRMWARE IN WHOLE OR PART.
Important Notice
THE SOFTWARE OR FIRMWARE MAY CONTAIN OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE
COMPONENTS (“OPEN SOURCE COMPONENTS”). OPEN SOURCE
COMPONENTS ARE EXCLUDED FROM THE TERMS OF THIS AGREEMENT
EXCEPT AS EXPRESSLY STATED IN THIS AGREEMENT AND ARE COVERED
BY THE TERMS OF THEIR RESPECTIVE LICENCES WHICH MAY EXCLUDE OR
LIMIT ANY WARRANTY FROM OR LIABILITY OF THE DEVELOPERS AND/OR
COPYRIGHT HOLDERS OF THE OPEN SOURCE COMPONENT FOR THE
PERFORMANCE OF THOSE OPEN SOURCE COMPONENTS. YOU AGREE TO
BE BOUND BY THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF EACH SUCH LICENCE.
FOR MORE INFORMATION SEE:
General
THE LICENSEE CONFIRMS THAT IT SHALL COMPLY WITH THE PROVISIONS
OF LAW IN RELATION TO THE SOFTWARE OR FIRMWARE.
Law and Jurisdiction
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THIS AGREEMENT SHALL BE SUBJECT TO AND CONSTRUED IN ACCORDANCE WITH NEW ZEALAND LAW AND DISPUTES BETWEEN THE PARTIES
CONCERNING THE PROVISIONS HEREOF SHALL BE DETERMINED BY THE
NEW ZEALAND COURTS OF LAW. PROVIDED HOWEVER TAIT MAY AT ITS
ELECTION BRING PROCEEDINGS FOR BREACH OF THE TERMS HEREOF OR
FOR THE ENFORCEMENT OF ANY JUDGEMENT IN RELATION TO A BREACH
OF THE TERMS HEREOF IN ANY JURISDICTION TAIT CONSIDERS FIT FOR
THE PURPOSE OF ENSURING COMPLIANCE WITH THE TERMS HEREOF OR
OBTAINING RELIEF FOR BREACH OF THE TERMS HEREOF.
Title to Software
No Dealings
THIS AGREEMENT DOES NOT CONSTITUTE A CONTRACT OF SALE IN RELATION TO THE SOFTWARE OR FIRMWARE SUPPLIED TO THE LICENSEE. NOT
WITHSTANDING THE LICENSEE MAY OWN THE MAGNETIC OR OTHER
PHYSICAL MEDIA ON WHICH THE SOFTWARE OR FIRMWARE WAS ORIGINALLY SUPPLIED, OR HAS SUBSEQUENTLY BEEN RECORDED OR FIXED, IT
IS A FUNDAMENTAL TERM OF THIS AGREEMENT THAT AT ALL TIMES TITLE
AND OWNERSHIP OF THE SOFTWARE OR FIRMWARE, WHETHER ON THE
ORIGINAL MEDIA OR OTHERWISE, SHALL REMAIN VESTED IN TAIT OR
THIRD PARTIES WHO HAVE GRANTED LICENCES TO TAIT.
No Other Terms
Term and Termination
THIS LICENCE SHALL BE EFFECTIVE UNTIL TERMINATED IN ACCORDANCE
WITH THE PROVISIONS OF THIS AGREEMENT. THE LICENSEE MAY TERMINATE THIS LICENCE AT ANY TIME BY DESTROYING ALL COPIES OF THE
SOFTWARE OR FIRMWARE AND ASSOCIATED WRITTEN MATERIALS. THIS
LICENCE WILL BE TERMINATED AUTOMATICALLY AND WITHOUT NOTICE
FROM TAIT IN THE EVENT THAT THE LICENSEE FAILS TO COMPLY WITH
ANY TERM OR CONDITION OF THIS AGREEMENT. THE LICENSEE AGREES
THE LICENSEE MAY NOT SUBLICENSE, ASSIGN OR TRANSFER THE LICENCE
OR THE PROGRAM EXCEPT AS EXPRESSLY PROVIDED IN THIS AGREEMENT.
ANY ATTEMPT OTHERWISE TO SUBLICENSE, ASSIGN OR TRANSFER ANY
OF THE RIGHTS, DUTIES OR OBLIGATIONS HEREUNDER IS VOID.
THE LICENSEE ACKNOWLEDGES THAT IT HAS READ THIS AGREEMENT,
UNDERSTANDS IT AND AGREES TO BE BOUND BY ITS TERMS AND CONDITIONS. THE LICENSEE FURTHER AGREES THAT SUBJECT ONLY TO ANY
EXPRESS WRITTEN TERMS OF AGREEMENT TO THE CONTRARY BETWEEN
TAIT AND THE LICENSEE THIS IS THE COMPLETE AND EXCLUSIVE STATEMENT OF THE AGREEMENT BETWEEN IT AND TAIT IN RELATION TO THE
SOFTWARE OR FIRMWARE WHICH SUPERSEDES ANY PROPOSAL OR PRIOR
AGREEMENT, ORAL OR WRITTEN AND ANY OTHER COMMUNICATIONS
BETWEEN THE LICENSEE AND TAIT RELATING TO THE SOFTWARE
OR FIRMWARE.
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