Radio Wired Clone Operation Guide R2.0

Radio Wired Clone Operation Guide R2.0
DMR Radio Wired Clone
Operation Guide
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Wired Clone Operation Guide
Contents
Contents
Documentation Information ...................................................................................................................1
1. Overview .............................................................................................................................................2
1.1 Brief Introduction .............................................................................................................................2
1.2 Application ......................................................................................................................................2
1.3 Conditions .......................................................................................................................................2
1.4 Cloning Data ...................................................................................................................................5
2. Process ...............................................................................................................................................7
2.1 Preparations ...................................................................................................................................7
2.2 Operation ........................................................................................................................................7
3. FAQ ....................................................................................................................................................13
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Documentation Information
This section describes the conventions and revision history of this document.
Documentation Conventions
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Notation Conventions
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“”
Bold
->
Description
The quotation marks enclose the name of a software interface element. For
example, click “OK”.
The text in boldface denotes the name of a hardware button. For example, hold
down the PTT key.
The symbol directs you to access a multi-level menu. For example, to select “New”
from the “File” menu, we will describe it as follows: “File -> New”.
Revision History
Version
Release Date
R1.0
05-08-2016
R1.0
06-10-2016
Description
Updated model information in section 1.2 Application and
section 2.1 Preparations.
Initial release
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Overview
Wired Clone Operation Guide
1. Overview
1.1 Brief Introduction
Wired Clone is a new cloning method used when CPS is not available for radio clone, for instance,
when there is no PC for the current radio. Just a cloning cable for connecting two radios is needed to
carry out the operation on another radio, and all config data on the current radio is cloned to another
radio. Compared with CPS, wired clone saves manpower and materials and is more efficient.
As shown in figure below, use a cloning line to connect the accessory interface of Radio A and Radio B,
configure Radio A to master mode while Radio B slave mode, and then copy the config data of Radio
A to Radio B.
Operating A
Copy config data of Radio A to Radio B
Cloning Cable
Radio B
(Slave Mode)
Radio A
(Master Mode)
Figure 1-1 Clone Demo
1.2 Application
PD6XX, PD7XX, PD8XX, PD9XX, X1e and X1p.
1.3 Conditions
 Clone is not available when the radio is in status below:
The radio is locked, rent expiries, Enabled, Disabled, writing encryption enabled, encryption
enabled (in conventional mode) and verification for paid-features fails.
 Information below of both radios must be the same:
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Model Number, Firmware Version, Radio Data Version, Signaling Type, Feature Control, Dial
Scheme and System Type
Check the information of both radios via CPS, see figure below.
Figure 1-2 Model Number, Radio Data Version, Firmware Version, Signaling Type
Figure 1-3 Feature Control
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Figure 1-4 System Type
Figure 1-5 Dial Scheme _ MPT1343
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Figure 1-6 Dial Scheme _ CPS
1.4 Cloning Data
All data except Radio Information, Radio Alias, Radio ID, Security, data storage and ambient variable
can be cloned. Data not cloned is as below.
 Feature Configuration

Common
Radio Information, Radio Alias, Password and Rent

Conventional and XPT
Radio ID, Network for the Radio to PC (Radio Control Station IP, PC IP, Netmask, Forward to PC),
Radio to Radio Network (the last three segments of radio IP), Authentication, XPT Authentication,
Encrypt and Work Order

DMR Trunking
Radio ID, Dynamic Group, Authentication, Encryption, Work Order, Data Query, PPT
Authorization

MPT Trunking
Radio ID
 Data Storage
Call Records, Text Message (inbox, outbox and draft box)
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 Ambient Variable
e.g. current volume, adjacent BS, current channel
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Process
2. Process
2.1 Preparations
Item
Requirements
Portable
Support wired clone with firmware version R7.0 (7.00.XX) or later.
Radio
Enough power. Low battery will result in clone failure during the process.
PD6XX/X1e/X1p: CP15
PD7XX/PD8XX/PD9XX: CP14
Cloning
Cable
2.2 Operation
Scenario
Clone data of Radio A to Radio B.
Preconditions
Data of Radio A and Radio B can be cloned to each other, details refer to 1.3 Conditions.
Procedure (for models with a screen)
For models with a screen, there are prompt messages on the screen shows the cloning progress.
Detail operation is as follow.
Step 1. Turn off Radio A and Radio B, then connect them with a cloning cable.
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Cloning Cable
Radio A
Radio B
Figure 2-1 Connect Radio A and Radio B
Step 2. Set Radio B to slave mode.
Operation: hold down SK1 key and PTT key at the same time, turn on Radio B.
Hold down SK1 and PTT
Turn on
Radio B
Figure 2-2 Radio B enters slave mode
Note
Generally, the SK1 key is right over the PTT key. However, for PD6XX and X1p, the only
key aside PTT is SK1 key.
Please release the SK1 key and the PTT key after Radio B enters the slave mode.
“Slave Mode” displayed on the interface indicates Radio B has entered the Slave Mode.
Figure 2-3 Prompt for Slave Mode
Step 3. Set Radio A to slave mode in the same way as above.
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Step 4. Set Radio A to the master mode.
Operation: Long press the SK1 key.
Long press SK1
Radio A
Figure 2-4 Radio A enters Master Mode
“Master Mode” is displayed on the interface after Radio A restarts and enters the Master
Mode.
Figure 2-5 Prompt for Master Mode
Step 5. Short press SK1 of Radio A to start cloning.
Short press SK1
Radio A
Figure 2-6 Clone Starts
 During the process, interface of Radio A displaying “ Transmitting” while Radio B “ Writing”.
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Figure 2-7 Prompt for Transmitting (Radio A)
Figure 2-8 Prompt for Writing (Radio B)
 Keep the connection during the process, or clone will fail.
 When clone is finished “ Programming Succeed” is displayed on interface of Radio B. Radio
B restarts and enters normal working mode while Radio A is still in the master mode. Data of
Radio A can be cloned to other radios by connecting it with them. Please restart Radio A to
exit the master mode.
 When clone fails “ Programming Failed” is displayed on interface of Radio B, and then
Radio B stays in the slave mode. “ Transmit Failed” is displayed on interface of Radio A and
it restarts to enter the master mode again.
Operation Procedure (for models without a screen)
For models without a screen, status of the LED indicator shows the cloning progress.
Step 1. Turn off Radio A and Radio B and connect them with a cloning cable.
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Cloning Cable
Radio A
Radio B
Figure 2-9 Connect Radio A and Radio B
Step 2. Set Radio B to Slave Mode.
Operation: hold down SK1 key and PTT key at the same time, turn on Radio B.
LED in Orange fast flashing indicates Radio B has entered the slave mode.
Hold down SK1 and PTT
Turn on
Radio B
Figure 2-10 Radio B enters slave mode
Note
Generally, the SK1 key is right over the PTT key. However, for PD6XX and X1e, the only
key aside PTT is SK1 key.
Please release the SK1 key and the PTT key after Radio B enters the slave mode.
Step 3. Set Radio A to the slave mode in the same way as above.
Step 4. Set Radio A to the master mode.
Operation: Long press the SK1 key.
After Radio A restarts, the LED in Orange slow flashing indicates Radio A has entered the
master mode.
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Long press SK1
Radio A
Figure 2-11 Radio A enters master mode
Step 5. Short press SK1 of Radio A to start cloning.
Short press SK1
Radio A
Figure 2-12 Clone Starts
 During the process LED of Radio A is orange and flashes slowly, while LED of Radio B is off.
 Keep the connection during the process, or clone will fail.
 When clone is finished, LED of Radio A keeps orange and flashing slowly, while Radio B
restarts after its LED flashing in red. LED of Radio B keeps flashing in green during the
restart.
 If clone fails, Radio B stays in the slave mode while Radio A restarts to enter the master
mode again.
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FAQ
3. FAQ
Q:How to exit the master mode or slave mode?
A:Restart the radio.
Q:The radio fails to enter the slave mode.
A:The radio cannot enter the slave mode in cases below.
The radio is locked, rent expiries, Enable, Disable, writing encryption enabled, encryption enabled
(in conventional mode) and verification for paid-features fails.
Q:The Radio can enter the slave mode but not the master mode.
A:When the Reading Encryption is enabled, the radio cannot enter the master mode. Please check
whether the Reading Encryption is enabled
Q:Clone fails.
A:Do as follows.

Check the connection. Clone will not start by hold downing the SK1 key with a prompt tone if the
connection fails.

Check whether the Radio meets the conditions. Details refer to 1.3 Conditions.

Try again.
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