NXR-700/ NXR-800
NXR-700/ NXR-800
Function Reference (FUNC)
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December 31, 2008
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About this Manual
This document was created for the product having the following design specifications.
Item
Specifications
Market Code
Firmware version of the
repeater
K
1.16.00
How to Verify
Printed or labeled on the outside of carton and locations with model name.
Can be viewed in the Repeater Information dialog box of KPG-109D.
KPG-109D version number
V1.40
Can be viewed in the About KPG-109D dialog box of KPG-109D.
KPG-110SM version
number
V1.20
The version number can be viewed in the About KPG-110SM dialog box in
KPG-110SM.
K: Designed for the American markets.
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FUNC (K)/Ks Ver. 2.10
Revision History
Date
2008.6.30
Description
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2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
Added K2 frequency variations for 4.1 Transmit and Receive Frequency.
Added “AUX” to 4.4 Channel Type.
Added 18.2 Over-the-Air Alias.
Added 21.4 System Timer.
Corrected clerical errors.
Changed the version number from 1.00 to 2.00.
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
2008.12.31
FUNC (K)/Ks Ver. 2.10
Added the E7 to Table 2-1 LED Display Example.
Revised the overall contents of Table 2-4 Status LED.
Added section 2.4.1 Troubleshooting using Status LEDs.
Added frequency range for K3 type to Section 4.1 Transmit and Receive Frequency.
Added the description about ports for Trunking Mode to Chapter 15 FUNCTION PORT.
Deleted the RF Power Down Detection from Section 15.8 Available Functions for the AUX Output Port.
Furthermore, deleted the description about RF Power Down Detection.
7) Added z Trunking Type to Section 21.4 System Timer.
8) Revised the Sections 21.9 Failure Control Channel Switching to 21.9 Failure Control Channel Switching/
Failure Traffic Channel Remove. Added the description about Failure Traffic Channel Remove.
9) Added the following items to Section 21.14 Service Class (GID/UID):
„ About Service Class for All Groups Call
„ About Secondary Service Class
10) Renamed the title of section 21.14.7 Inter-site Voice Call (GID) to 21.14.7 Intersite Call (GID).
11) Deleted section 21.14.8 Inter-site Data Call (GID).
12) Added the following functions:
21.15 Failsoft Mode
21.16 Group Registration
13) Corrected clerical errors and descriptions.
14) Changed the version number from 2.00 to 2.10.
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FUNCTIONS AND PANEL LAYOUT........1
1.1
1.2
2
Front Panel ..................................................... 1
Rear Panel ...................................................... 1
TRANSMIT FUNCTIONS........................ 16
7.1
7.2
7.3
Busy Channel Lockout .................................. 16
PTT Priority ................................................... 16
Repeater Hold Time...................................... 16
DISPLAY...................................................3
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
17-segment LED ............................................. 3
Control Channel LED ...................................... 4
OCXO LED ..................................................... 4
Status LED...................................................... 4
2.4.1
3
7
8.1
8.2
8.3
3.5
3.6
TOT Pre-alert ................................................ 17
TOT Rekey Time........................................... 17
TOT Reset Time ........................................... 18
8.3.1
9
Control Tone ................................................... 6
Warning Tone ................................................. 6
Test Tone........................................................ 6
Courtesy Tone ................................................ 7
3.4.1
TIME-OUT TIMER (TOT) ........................ 17
Troubleshooting using Status LEDs.............. 5
SOUND .....................................................6
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
8
SIGNALING ............................................ 20
9.1
QT/DQT Encode/ Decode............................. 20
9.1.1
9.1.2
9.1.3
9.2
9.3
Transmission of Courtesy Tone .................... 7
Voting Pilot Tone............................................. 8
Tone Volume................................................... 8
Resetting the Time-out Timer ..................... 18
DQT Turn-off Code ..................................... 20
QT Reverse Burst Time .............................. 20
QT Decode Delay ....................................... 21
RAN Encode/ Decode................................... 21
Off-hook Decode........................................... 21
10 STARTUP ............................................... 22
4
BASIC FUNCTIONS .................................9
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.7
4.8
4.9
4.10
4.11
4.12
4.13
4.14
5
11 KEY ASSIGNMENT................................ 24
12 SCAN ...................................................... 26
12.1
12.2
12.3
12.4
12.5
12.6
12.7
Turning the Repeater ON/ OFF .................... 14
Adjusting the Volume Level .......................... 14
Using PF Keys .............................................. 14
RECEIVE FUNCTIONS...........................15
6.1
6.2
6.3
Priority........................................................... 26
Priority Channel ............................................ 26
Lookback Time.............................................. 27
Revert Channel ............................................. 27
Dropout Delay Time ...................................... 28
Dwell Time .................................................... 28
Off-hook Scan ............................................... 28
13 DTMF ...................................................... 29
BASIC OPERATION...............................14
5.1
5.2
5.3
6
Transmit and Receive Frequency ................... 9
Transmit Power............................................... 9
Wide/ Narrow .................................................. 9
Channel Type................................................ 10
Transmit Mode .............................................. 10
QT/DQT Decode ........................................... 11
QT/DQT Encode ........................................... 11
RAN Decode ................................................. 11
RAN Encode ................................................. 12
Operation Mode ............................................ 12
Beat Shift ...................................................... 12
Scan Add ...................................................... 13
Compander ................................................... 13
Squelch Level ............................................... 13
13.1
13.2
13.3
13.4
13.5
DTMF Speed................................................. 29
First Digit Delay Time.................................... 29
First Digit Time.............................................. 29
* and # Digit Time ......................................... 30
Encode/Decode List...................................... 30
13.5.1
13.5.2
13.5.3
Frequency ................................................... 30
Period.......................................................... 31
Sidetone...................................................... 31
External Monitor............................................ 15
Standby on Transmit Frequency................... 15
Lowest Receive Level Threshold .................. 15
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14 REMOTE CONTROL ..............................32
14.1
PF Key...........................................................32
14.1.1
14.1.2
14.1.3
14.2
20.1
Activation (PF Key)......................................32
Deactivation (PF Key)..................................32
Transponder (PF Key) .................................33
CW ID ............................................................53
20.1.1
20.1.2
20.1.3
20.1.4
20.1.5
20.1.6
20.1.7
20.1.8
20.1.9
20.1.10
AUX Input/Output ..........................................34
14.2.1
14.2.2
14.2.3
14.2.4
14.2.5
14.2.6
14.2.7
14.3
14.4
20 CW ID, CW MESSAGE........................... 53
Activation (AUX Input) .................................34
Deactivation (AUX Input) .............................34
Transponder (AUX Input) ............................34
Activation (AUX Output) ..............................35
Deactivation (AUX Output) ..........................35
Transponder (AUX Output)..........................36
Logic Type ...................................................36
20.2
CW Message .................................................55
Remote Access with QT/DQT .......................37
Clear to Transpond........................................37
20.2.1
20.2.2
15 FUNCTION PORT ...................................38
20.2.3
20.2.4
20.2.5
15.1
15.2
Available Functions for the
AUX Input/Output Port...................................39
Available Functions for the
AUX Input Port...............................................41
15.2.1
15.3
Trigger Detection at the AUX Input Port ......46
Logic Type ...................................................46
16 MULTIPLE ENCODE/ DECODE
TABLE.....................................................47
16.1
Encode Tone (Multiple) .................................47
17 VOICE SCRAMBLER/ ENCRYPTION....50
17.1
17.2
17.3
21.1
21.2
18 PERSONALIZATION (NXDN).................51
21.4
21.5
19 USER LIST..............................................52
19.1
19.2
19.3
Group ID List .................................................52
Unit ID List .....................................................52
User List ........................................................52
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Adjacent Control Channels..........................61
Additional Control Channels ........................61
Delete Control Channels .............................61
NXDN ESN Validation ...................................62
21.6.1
21.6.2
21.6.3
NXDN ESN Validation .................................62
Manufacturer Limitation ...............................62
NXDN ESN ..................................................62
Cross-busy ....................................................62
21.7.1
21.7.2
21.7.3
21.7.4
21.7.5
21.8
21.9
Busy Queue Mode.......................................59
Number of Queues ......................................60
System Timer ................................................60
Adjacency Information ...................................61
21.5.1
21.5.2
21.5.3
21.7
Group Call ...................................................58
Individual Call ..............................................58
Status Call ...................................................58
Short Data Call ............................................58
Long Data Call.............................................58
Voice with Data Call ....................................59
Emergency Call ...........................................59
Priority Call ..................................................59
Call Queuing..................................................59
21.3.1
21.3.2
21.6
Control Channel...........................................57
Traffic Channel ............................................57
Dual-functional Channel ..............................57
Shared Channel...........................................57
Channel Number .........................................57
Frequency Number......................................57
Available Calls ...............................................58
21.2.1
21.2.2
21.2.3
21.2.4
21.2.5
21.2.6
21.2.7
21.2.8
21.3
Unit ID (Own).................................................51
Over-the-Air Alias ..........................................51
Unit ID Name (Own) ......................................51
Channel Configuration of the System............57
21.1.1
21.1.2
21.1.3
21.1.4
21.1.5
21.1.6
Voice Scrambler ............................................50
Encryption......................................................50
Scrambler/Encryption Status Memory ...........50
18.1
18.2
18.3
CW Speed (CW Message) ..........................55
CW Modulation Delay Time
(CW Message).............................................56
Audio Frequency (CW Message) ................56
CW Message to RA port..............................56
Encode with QT/DQT (CW Message) .........56
21 NXDN TRUNKING .................................. 57
Available Functions for the
AUX Output Port............................................46
15.3.1
Transmit Interval Time.................................53
Transmit Delay Time ...................................53
CW Speed (CW ID) .....................................54
CW Modulation Delay Time (CW ID)...........54
Audio Frequency (CW ID) ...........................54
Interval Activity Transmit .............................54
CW ID Override ...........................................54
CW ID to RA port.........................................55
CW ID on Channel Change .........................55
Encode with QT/DQT (CW ID) ....................55
Control Channel Burst .................................64
Control Channel Active Timer......................64
Control Channel Wait Time .........................64
Traffic Channel Release Delay Timer..........64
Cross-busy Input Trigger .............................64
Non-dedicated Control Channel ....................65
Failure Control Channel Switching/
Failure Traffic Channel Remove....................66
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21.10
21.11
21.12
21.13
Automatic Rollover........................................ 66
Remote System Standby .............................. 67
Power-on Standby ........................................ 68
CW ID ........................................................... 68
21.13.1
Transmit Interval Time ................................ 68
21.14 Service Class (GID/UID) ............................... 69
21.14.1
21.14.2
21.14.3
21.14.4
21.14.5
21.14.6
21.14.7
21.14.8
21.14.9
21.14.10
21.14.11
Class Name (GID/UID) ............................... 69
Valid (GID/UID) ........................................... 69
Comment (GID/UID) ................................... 69
Late Entry (GID).......................................... 70
Priority Monitor (GID) .................................. 70
Time-out Timer (GID/UID)........................... 70
Intersite Call (GID) ...................................... 70
Busy System Wait (GID) ............................. 71
Individual Call Response Type (UID).......... 71
Queue Level Call (UID)............................... 71
Available Calls (GID/UID) ........................... 71
21.15 Failsoft Mode ................................................ 72
21.15.1
21.15.2
Behavior of a Subscriber Unit ..................... 72
About Relationship with Secondary
Service Class .............................................. 72
21.16 Group Registration........................................ 73
21.16.1
21.16.2
Examples of Group Registration
Operations .................................................. 73
About Group Registration and Scan
Operations .................................................. 74
22 DATA PASSWORD ................................75
22.1
22.2
Read Authorization Password....................... 75
Overwrite Password...................................... 75
23 EMBEDDED MESSAGE.........................76
23.1
23.2
Embedded Message ..................................... 76
Embedded Message with Password............. 76
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About this Manual
[]+[]
This In-depth manual describes the functions of the
NXR-700/ NXR-800 repeater and how to configure its
various functions.
This notation is used for describing functions activated by
pressing 2 keys on the keyboard at the same time. When
the notation is [Shift] + [a], a subscriber must press the
[a] while pressing the [Shift] key.
PF (Programmable Function) Key
How to Read this Manual
This manual has the following sections. Each function
has reference data that allows you to find the crossreferenced information. Refer to “Configuration using
KPG-109D” for functions that can be configured using
KPG-109D. Refer to “Configuration using KPG-110SM”
for functions that can be configured using KPG-110SM.
Abbreviations for sections are used to specify the
documents.
Function Reference (FUNC)
This section describes all functions of the NXR-700/
NXR-800.
This function is used for describing the key that is
assigned with any function. When Reset function is
assigned to the [A] key, the [A] key is described as “the
Reset key”.
Also, the internal process of the repeater when the status
of the COM port is altered by external signal input and the
repeater starts transmitting is described as “External
PTT” for convenience. The internal process of the
repeater when the repeater receives a call from a
subscriber unit and the repeater sends the received call
to a different subscriber unit is described as “Repeater
PTT” for convenience.
Field Programming Reference (FRPG)
This section describes how to configure the NXR-700/
NXR-800 by using KPG-109D.
Abbreviations Used in this
Document
System Programming Reference (SYSM)
The following abbreviations are used in the in-depth
manual since this manual is created in English.
This section describes how to configure the NXR-700/
NXR-800 Trunking System by using KPG-110SM.
Abbreviation
Full Spelling or Meaning
AUX
Auxiliary
CAC
Common Access Channel
Ch
Channel
COM port
Communication port
CCH
Control Channel
COR
Carrier-operated Relay
CW
Continuous Wave
deg
degree(s)
DISC
Disconnect
DQT
Digital Quiet Talk
DTMF
Dual Tone Multi-Frequency
EIA
Electronics Industries Alliance, U.S.A.
FACCH
Fast Associated Control Channel
Bold Letters
I/O
Input/Output
The characters in bold letters indicate the name of the
windows, tabs, checkboxes in KPG-109D or the
KPG-110SM and functions assigned to keys on the
NXR-700/ NXR-800.
LNA
Low-noise Amplifier
Mic
Microphone
PF
Programmable Function
QT
Quiet Talk
RA
Receive Audio Output
RAN
Radio Access Number
RD
Received Data
RSSI
Received Signal Strength Indication
About Notations
The following notations are used in this manual.
[ ]
The characters in [ ] indicate the name of the operating
portion of the NXR-700/ NXR-800 and the key of the PC.
“ ” (Double Quotation Mark)
The characters in “ ” indicate the name of the functions,
buttons, and menus shown on the KPG-109D or the
KPG-110SM, or the LCD display of the NXR-700/
NXR-800.
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Abbreviation
About the Programming Software
for the NXR-700/ NXR-800
Full Spelling or Meaning
RX
Reception, Receiver
SACCH
Slow Associated Control Channel
TA
Talk Around, Transmitted Audio
TD
Transmitted Data
TOR
Tone-operated Relay
TOT
Time-out Timer
TCH
Traffic Channel
TX
Transmission, Transmitter
TX LED
Transmission LED
TXS
Transmission Sense
VCO
Voltage Controlled Oscillator
VCXO
Voltage-controlled Crystal Oscillator
NXR-700/ NXR-800 is configured using KPG-109D.
NXR-700/ NXR-800 Trunking System is configured using
KPG-110SM. Configuration data configured using
KPG-109D or KPG-110SM can be written to an NXR-700/
NXR-800 by connecting the NXR-700/ NXR-800 to a PC
with an RS-232C cross cable (DB-9). In this manual, the
description of each function in the Function Reference
may have a corresponding reference in the Field
Programming Reference. Therefore, you can configure
the function by referring to the function also appearing in
the Field Programming Reference.
About Trademark
IBM® is a trademark or a registered trademark of
International Business Machines Corporation.
Microsoft®, Windows®2000, Windows®XP, Windows
Vista® and Windows® logo are registered trademarks of
Microsoft Corporation.
NEXEDGE™ is a trademark of Kenwood Corporation.
NXDN™ is a trademark of Icom Incorporated and
Kenwood Corporation.
All other product names referenced herein are
trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective
manufacturers.
About NXDN
The digital communications system developed with the
Kenwood proprietary technologies which conform to the
NXDN common air interface.
About NEXEDGE
NEXEDGE is a generic term to describe the Kenwood
proprietary digital communications system which
comforms to the NXDN common air interface.
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1 FUNCTIONS AND PANEL LAYOUT
1.1
Front Panel
7) OCXO LED
This LED indicates the status of the 10 MHz reference
oscillator. (Refer to 2.3 OCXO LED on page 4.)
1
2
3
4
5
8) BUSY LED
The LED lights green while the repeater is in the
following conditions:
STATUS
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
CTRL
OCXO
BUSY
TX
POWER
VOLUME
TAKE RPT
MON OVER
DISABLE
A
B
C
COM
6 7 8 9 10
OFF/
MICROPHONE
11 12
•
While the repeater is receiving signals.
•
While the repeater is being written with the
configuration data using KPG-109D or KPG110SM.
Figure 1-1 Front Panel
1) Speaker
The received audio signals and alert tones sound from
the speaker.
The repeater does the following operations while the
repeater is in Trunking Mode.
•
The LED lights red while the repeater is transmitting.
10) POWER LED
This LED lights green when the repeater is turned
ON.
If the repeater functions as a control channel:
11) Volume
Nothing sounds from the speaker.
•
9) TX LED
The volume level can be adjusted.
If the repeater functions as a traffic channel:
The repeater can monitor communications on a
traffic channel. However, the repeater cannot
properly monitor scrambled audio signals. If the
repeater is also used for an analog conventional
channel, the repeater also emits analog audio
signals.
12) Microphone Connector
This connector is used to connect the 8-pin optional
microphone.
A microphone cannot be used while the repeater is
operated in Trunking Mode.
2) 17-segment LED display
The channel name and error status appear on the two
17-segment LEDs. (Refer to 2.1 17-segment LED on
page 3.)
3) Status LED
The repeater status appears using 8 Status LEDs.
(Refer to 2.4 Status LED on page 4.)
1.2
1
4) PF Key
Rear Panel
2
3
TEST/SPKR
CONTROL I/O
While the repeater is in Trunking Mode, functions
assigned to the [MON], [TAKEOVER] and
[RPT DISABLE] keys on the upper side are fixed.
The [A], [B] and [C] keys on the lower side cannot be
used. (Refer to 11 KEY ASSIGNMENT on page 24.)
6) CTRL LED (Control Channel LED)
If the repeater functions as a control channel, the LED
lights or flashes green. (Refer to 2.2 Control Channel
LED on page 4.)
SYNC
2
6
7
LAN
REF OUT
REF IN
8
9
FUSE
DC 13.8V
10
RX
11
TX
Figure 1-2 Rear Panel
1) RX IN
This connector can be used to connect the receive
antenna or duplexer.
2) TEST/SPKR (15-pin connector)
This connector is used to test input and output signals.
An external speaker can be connected to this
connector.
5) 9-pin Serial Port
This serial port is used to write data to the repeater or
read data from the repeater.
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5
75
If any function key is pressed, the LED lights red and
the function assigned to the key will be activated or
enabled.
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3) CONTROL I/O (25-pin D-sub connector)
An external controller can be connected to this
connector.
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Each repeater within a site can be connected to this
connector while the repeater is operated in Trunking
Mode. This port is used to synchronize repeaters.
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5) LAN
This port (100BASE-TX/ 10BASE-T) enables an
Ethernet connection with a repeater within the site and
IP devices while the repeater is operated in Trunking
Mode.
6) REF OUT
This is a port allowing the repeater to supply reference
signals to other repeaters in the same site while the
repeater is operated in Trunking Mode.
7) REF IN
This is the input port for an external reference
oscillator. This port can be used to improve the
frequency accuracy by connecting a highly accurate
external reference oscillator, such as a GPS unit.
8) FUSE
This is a fuse to remove power to the repeater
automatically if the current applied to the repeater
exceeds a certain level.
9) DC IN
This terminal must be connected to a DC 13.8 V
power source.
10) FAN
This is a cooling fan that discharges the heat in the
repeater generated due to transmission. This fan
starts rotating when the repeater is turned ON. The
fan will stop rotating when the temperature sensor
senses a temperature lower than the reference
temperature.
11) TX OUT
This port can be used to connect the transmit
antenna or duplexer.
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2 DISPLAY
2.1
17-segment LED
The repeater displays alphanumeric characters by
lighting 16-segment LEDs plus decimal point.
All segments unlit
All segments lit
Figure 2-1 17-segment LED
Table 2-1 LED Display Example
Repeater Status
LED
Display
Non-priority
Channel (ADD)
16.
Non-priority
Channel (DEL)
16
-
Priority Channel
.1
The “.” lights at the right of the left
digit.
Unprogrammed
E1
This display appears if no channel
data is configured.
Blanked channel
data
E2
This display appears if a channel
for which no data is configured is
selected.
E3
TX PLL Unlock:
TX LED blinks.
RX PLL Unlock:
BUSY LED blinks.
Blanked transmit
frequency data
E4
This display appears if the
repeater attempts to transmit on a
channel for which no transmit
frequency is configured.
IP address
configuration
error
E5
IP address configuration error(s)
is detected in the system.
Frame Timing
Error
E6
Appears if no frame clock is
entered while the repeater is in
Trunking Mode.
Temperature
protection
E7
Appears upon activation of
temperature protection by a
temperature of the Final Unit
exceeding the preset
temperature, for instance, due to
an abnormality in the PA Module,
etc. If the temperature protection
is activated, transmission is
disabled and this state cannot be
reset until the repeater is turned
OFF.
Scan Mode
SC
-
PLL Unlock
Figure 2-2
Remarks
The “.” lights at the right of the
right digit.
Available Alphanumeric Characters
and Symbols
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2.2
Control Channel LED
2.4
The Control Channel LED lights or flashes while the
repeater functions as a control channel. The Control
Channel LED displays the following statuses.
Status LED indicates whether the system is properly
operating. The repeater status is indicated with 8 Status
LEDs. If a problem occurs in the system, the cause can
be identified.
Table 2-2 Control Channel LED
The following are Status LED displays and corresponding
repeater statuses:
LED Status
Description
Green (solid)
The repeater functions as a control channel.
The repeater functions as a traffic channel
using the Non-dedicated Control Channel.
The LED stops flashing and remains lit
Green (flashing)
when the repeater returns to a normal
control channel. (Refer to 21.8 Nondedicated Control Channel on page 65.)
Turn OFF
Table 2-4 Status LED
Status LED*1
Description
1
The LED 1 flashes when the system starts up.
If the system starts up properly, the LED 1 turns
Off. The LED 1 lights if the repeater is served
as a master unit of the SYNC signal in Trunking
Mode.
2
The LED 2 flashes while the repeater is
handling a Long Data Call.
3
The LED 3 flashes while the repeater is
handling a Voice Call.
4
If the repeater is serving as a control channel,
the LED 4 indicates that a trunking control
signal is being transmitted.
While a trunking control signal is properly
transmitted, the LED 4 flashes at rapid intervals.
While the repeater is serving as a traffic channel
or Conventional Channel, the LED 4 lights as
described below.
• The LED 4 momentarily lights upon
transmission of data, such as Status, along
with the Voice Call.
• While a Voice Call is made in a Digital Narrow
System, audio frames and data frames are
alternately transmitted; hence, the LED 4
flashes at the intervals of each transmission.
• The LED 4 momentarily lights upon
completion of a Voice Call or Long Data Call.
5
The LED 5 flashes while the repeater is
receiving a Long Data Call.
6
The LED 6 flashes while the repeater is
receiving a Voice Call.
The repeater functions as a traffic channel.
Or, the repeater is operated in Conventional
Mode.
Note: This function can be used only if the repeater is operated in
Trunking Mode.
2.3
Status LED
OCXO LED
The OCXO LED indicates the status of the 10 MHz
reference oscillator.
If the system is operated using Very Narrow channel
spacing, the highly accurate reference oscillator is
mandatory for the repeater. In this case, a reference
oscillator must externally be connected to the repeater or
the OCXO board (KXK-3) must be installed in the
repeater.
Following are OCXO LED displays:
Table 2-3 OCXO LED
LED Status
Turn OFF
Description
The reference signal from the VCTCXO
installed in the repeater is used.
Green (solid)
The OCXO board is properly installed in the
repeater and the OCXO supplies reference
signals to other repeaters.
Orange (solid)
The repeater receives reference signals
from external devices or other repeaters.
Red (solid)
Reference signal cannot be detected
properly even though reference signals are
input from OCXO or external resource.
Note: An OCXO LED lights regardless of the operation mode of
the repeater (Analog or Digital).
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Status LED*1
Description
7
If the repeater is serving as a control channel,
the LED 7 indicates that a trunking control
signal is being received. If a subscriber unit
transmits by using random access and if the
repeater receives the control signal, the LED 7
momentarily lights. If there are many access
attempts from multiple subscriber units, the LED
7 may flash at rapid intervals.
While the repeater is serving as a control
channel or Conventional Channel, the LED 7
lights as described below.
• The LED 7 momentarily lights upon reception
of data, such as Status, along with the Voice
Call.
• While a Voice Call is made in a Digital Narrow
System, audio frames and data frames are
alternately received; hence, the LED 7
flashes at the intervals of each transmission.
• The LED 7 momentarily lights upon
completion of a Voice Call or Long Data Call.
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„ In the case that Channel Hunt stops during
Communication in an NXDN Trunking
System; however, “Fail” appears and no
call can be initiated even by pressing the
PTT switch.
If “Fail” appears on the transceiver main display and
no call can be made even by pressing the PTT switch
on a subscriber unit, the LED 7 for a control channel
must be checked.
Momentary lighting of the LED 7 after a press of the
PTT switch on a subscriber unit represents that the
system has been properly receiving a call request
from the subscriber unit. In this case, ensure that
there is no interference on the transmit frequency of
the repeater.
If the LED 7 does not light even after a press of the
PTT switch on a subscriber unit, the repeater is not
receiving a signal from the subscriber unit. In this
case, check the transmit frequency and transmit
power of the subscriber unit.
If an error is detected in the received data, the
LED 8 lights. The LED 8 may light in response
to noise. Also, the LED 8 may momentarily light
upon completion of a call, but this is not an
error.
Momentary lighting of the LED 8 after a press of the
PTT switch on a subscriber unit represents that the
repeater cannot receive a signal from a subscriber
unit and an error may have occurred. In this case,
ensure that there is no interference on the receive
frequency of the repeater or the transmit power of the
subscriber is sufficient.
Status LEDs are numbered as 1 to 8 starting from left.
2.4.1
Troubleshooting using Status
LEDs
„ Frequent Flashing of the LED 8
If the LED 8 frequently flashes while the repeater is
serving as a control channel, there may be interfering
signals on the receive frequency of the repeater.
Also, if the LED 8 continuously flashes during the call
while the repeater is serving as a traffic channel, it can
be interpreted that the repeater is in a state where the
repeater cannot receive a signal properly due to the
weak signal level coming from the ANT connector on
the repeater.
If a failure occurs in the system, the cause of the failure
may be recognized with the state of the Status LEDs. If a
failure occurs in the system, countermeasures should be
taken by referring to the following examples:
„ In the case that a Call is frequently
interrupted during Communication in an
NXDN Trunking System:
In the case that the call is interrupted 1 second after
communication starts on a traffic channel, the status
of the LED 6 for the traffic channel must be checked.
If a call is interrupted within 1 second without lighting
LED 6, a signal transmitted from a subscriber unit may
not reach the repeater. Or, the BPF for receiver circuit
in the repeater may not have been adjusted properly
yet. In this case, ensure that the receive frequency
configured for the repeater as well as the transmit
frequency and transmit power configured for a
subscriber unit has been appropriate.
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upon startup of the repeater for an NXDN
Trunking System:
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If any change in the system configuration is made
using KPG-110SM, for instance, when the repeater is
removed from a site, or if the repeater in the site is
turned OFF, the LED 1 may flash longer than usual
upon startup of the repeater. This is a symptom which
is caused by configuring a delay time to be used from
when the repeater is turned ON until the repeater is
actually activated, considering the time lag required
for detecting status of each repeater in the system and
to turn each repeater ON. The repeater starts up
properly after a certain period of time elapses; hence,
this is not a failure.
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3.2
The repeater uses the following tones.
•
Control Tone
•
Warning Tone
•
Test Tone
•
Courtesy Tone
•
Voting Pilot Tone
Warning Tone
A Warning Tone sounds before or when the repeater is
disabled to transmit or when the repeater becomes
unable to transmit, or the repeater attempts to transmit
while the repeater is unable to transmit.
Table 3-2 Warning Tone List
Tone Name
Description
Warning Tone
Description
This tone sounds while the PTT
(microphone) switch is pressed and held
after the Time-out Timer configured for the
PTT (microphone) switch has expired or
while the Rekey Time is counting down.
This tone sounds if External PTT is still
active even after the Time-out Timer for
External PTT has expired. This tone sounds
when the repeater attempts to transmit while
transmission is disabled by TX Disable, etc.
Key Press Tone (A)
The repeater emits this tone when the
function is activated or enabled by
pressing a PF key. The repeater
emits this tone when a key operation
involving pressing a PF key is
accepted.
TOT Pre-alert
Tone
This tone sounds when the transmission is
soon be restricted by the Time-out Timer.
The number of seconds that will elapse
before the tone sounds from the repeater
before the Time-out Timer expires can be
configured using KPG-109D.
Key Press Tone (B)
The repeater emits this tone when the
function is deactivated or disabled by
pressing a PF key.
Busy Tone
This tone sounds while the repeater is
disabled by Busy Channel Lockout from
transmitting.
Key Input Error Tone
The repeater emits this tone when a
key operation involving pressing a PF
key is not accepted.
PLL Unlock Tone
This tone sounds while the PLL circuit is
unlocked.
Rollover Tone
The repeater emits this tone if the
lowest channel number is selected
when the channel is changed.
3.1
Control Tone
Control Tone sounds when the repeater is operated.
Table 3-1 Control Tone List
Tone Name
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
•
Configuring the Control Tone to be enabled or
disabled. (Refer to FPRG 6.4.2 Common Page 2
Tab.)
•
Configuring the Warring Tone to be enabled or
disabled. (Refer to FPRG 6.4.2 Common Page 2
Tab.)
•
Configuring the TOT Pre-alert Tone. (Refer to
FPRG 6.4.1 Common Page 1 Tab and 6.4.2
Common Page 2 Tab.)
3.3
Test Tone
Test Tone is used to transmit a single tone when the Test
Tone function assigned to a PF key or the AUX Input port
of the repeater is activated. This is used to adjust the
output level of the repeater.
Note: If a CW ID or CW Message needs to be sent while the
repeater is transmitting Test Tone, the repeater sends only
CW ID or CW Message.
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Configuring the Test Tone Frequency. (Refer to
FPRG 6.4.1 Common Page 1 Tab.)
•
Assigning Test Tone Off/On to an AUX port.
(Refer to FPRG 6.10.2 AUX Tab.)
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Courtesy Tone
3.4.1
Courtesy Tone allows the repeater to transmit the
Courtesy Tone when the repeater finishes a transmission
made by pressing the Repeater PTT, External PTT or
PTT (microphone) switch. This tone notifies a subscriber
that the repeater has become available due to the end of
communications.
The repeater transmits the Courtesy Tone when the
outbound transmission is completed after the duration
configured for Encode Pause Time has elapsed. The
repeater stops the transmission using Repeater PTT after
the Repeater Hold Time has elapsed.
•
Courtesy Tone can be enabled or disabled and the
following functions relevant to Courtesy Tone can be
configured using KPG-109D:
•
Transmission of Courtesy Tone
If the repeater transmits the Courtesy Tone:
Encode Pause Time
Transmission using
Repeater PTT
Frequency
Transmitting a
Courtesy Tone
Repeater Hold Time
The frequency of Courtesy Tone can be configured.
•
•
Period
How long the Courtesy Tone will be transmitted can
be configured.
•
Encode Pause Time
Transmission using
Repeater PTT
Encode Pause Time
The threshold value used when transmitting a
Courtesy Tone can be configured. This function is
only available while the repeater transmits using
Repeater PTT. The repeater transmits the Courtesy
Tone when the transmission using Repeater PTT is
completed after the duration configured for Encode
Pause Time has elapsed.
•
Repeater Hold Time
The repeater does not transmit a Courtesy Tone if the
transmit duration using Repeater PTT is shorter than the
Encode Pause Time after the PTT switch having a higher
priority is activated and deactivated while the repeater
transmits using Repeater PTT.
Tone to RA port
Whether to transmit the Courtesy Tone from the RA
(Received Audio) output line can be configured.
PTT Priority: The PTT (microphone) switch >
Repeater PTT
Encode Pause Time: 2 s
Note:
Received signal (while signaling matches.)

This function can be used only on analog channels.

The RA port is assigned to pin 11 of the CONTROL I/O (25-pin
D-sub connector) on the rear panel.
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
•
If the repeater does not transmit the Courtesy Tone:
Repeater PTT ON
The PTT (microphone)
switch ON
3 sec
3 sec
Repeater Hold Time
1 sec
Configuring the Courtesy Tone to be enabled or
disabled and related items. (Refer to FPRG 6.4.2
Common Page 2 Tab.)
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3.5
Voting Pilot Tone
Voting Pilot Tone allows the repeater to transmit the
Voting Pilot Tone from the RA (Received Audio) output
port while the repeater is receiving no signal.
The repeater can be used as a receiver for the Voting
System. The repeater always transmits the Voting Pilot
Tone from the RA output port while the repeater is
receiving no signal. When the repeater receives a signal,
the repeater stops transmitting the Voting Pilot Tone, and
then starts transmitting the received signals from the RA
output port. If no signal is present, the repeater starts
transmitting the Voting Pilot Tone again.
Voting Pilot Tone can be enabled or disabled and the
following functions relevant to Voting Pilot Tone can be
configured using KPG-109D.
Note:

The repeater transmits a Voting Pilot Tone if the repeater is
receiving no signal even while the repeater is transmitting.

The RA output port is assigned to pin 11 (DB-25 pin connector)
of the control interface connector on the rear of the repeater.

The repeater stops transmitting the Voting Pilot Tone while a
beep sounds. In this case, the repeater will start transmitting the
Voting Pilot Tone again if the beep sound is suppressed by
configuring a value of 0 for Tone Volume or disabling Control
Tone and Warning Tone.
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
•
3.6
Configuring the Voting Pilot Tone to be enabled or
disabled and frequency. (Refer to FPRG 6.4.2
Common Page 2 Tab.)
Tone Volume
Tone Volume allows a field engineer to adjust the volume
level of Control Tones and Warning Tones.
Note: The value configured for Tone Volume will automatically be
configured for the volume level of Control Tone and Warning
Tone. Therefore, the volume level cannot be changed by
using the Volume control.
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
•
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Configuring the Tone Volume. (Refer to FPRG
6.4.2 Common Page 2 Tab.)
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4.1
Transmit and Receive
Frequency
4.3
The repeater uses the following frequencies to transmit
and receive.
Wide/ Narrow sets the channel spacing used by the
repeater to transmit and receive.
Table 4-3 Wide/ Narrow
Table 4-1 Range of Transmit and Receive Frequencies
Market
Code
Model
NXR-700
NXR-800
Transmit and Receive
Frequencies
K
146 MHz to 174 MHz
K2
136 MHz to 154 MHz
K
450 MHz to 480 MHz
K2
Transmit Frequency:
477 MHz to 512 MHz
Receive Frequency:
480 MHz to 512 MHz
K3
Channel
Spacing
In steps of
Wide
2.5 kHz,
3.125 kHz
3.125 kHz,
5 kHz
The channel spacing will be 25 kHz.
Narrow
The channel spacing will be 12.5 kHz.
The channel spacing will be 6.25 kHz.
The option varies as below depending on the Channel
Type configuration.
Table 4-4 Wide/ Narrow (Channel Type)
400 MHz to 430 MHz
Channel Type
Configuring transmit and receive frequencies.
(Refer to FPRG 6.2.2 Receive Frequency and
6.2.3 Transmit Frequency.)
Available Selections
Analog
Wide, Narrow
NXDN
Narrow, Very Narrow
Mixed, Shared or AUX
Narrow
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
•
4.2
Description
Very Narrow
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
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Wide/ Narrow
Configuring the Channel Spacing. (Refer to FPRG
6.2.12 Wide/Narrow.)
Transmit Power
The following transmit powers are available for NXR-700/
NXR-800.
Table 4-2 Transmit Power
Model
Transmit Power
Low
High
NXR-700
0.5
5
NXR-800
0.5
5
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
•
Configuring Transmit Power. (Refer to FPRG
6.2.11 Transmit Power.)
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4.4
Channel Type
4.5
Transmit Mode
Channel Type is the reception type for each channel.
The repeater can be configured to receive either an
Analog signal or Digital signal, or both types of signals.
Transmit Mode is the transmission mode used by the
repeater to transmit if using the PTT (microphone) switch
or External PTT.
What can be configured varies as below depending on
the configuration of the repeater operating mode
(Conventional or Trunking).
If the repeater transmits the received signals using
Repeater PTT, the repeater retransmits analog signals if
the repeater has received analog signals. If the repeater
received digital signals, the repeater retransmits digital
signals.
Table 4-5 Channel Type
Configurable
Functions
Mode
Conventional
Analog
The repeater receives and
transmits analog signals.
NXDN
The repeater receives and
transmits digital signals.
Mixed
The repeater receives and
transmits both analog and digital
signals.
NXDN
The repeater transmits and
receives in Digital Mode as a
traffic channel. Or, the repeater
controls communications in
Digital Mode as a control
channel.
Shared*1
The repeater can be used as a
repeater in Analog Mode or a
communication channel in Digital
Mode while the repeater is
served as a traffic channel.
The repeater repeats the
received signal if the repeater
receives an analog signal while
the repeater is not used as a
communication channel in Digital
Trunking Mode.
Trunking
AUX*1
*1
Transmit Mode can be configured for each channel by
using KPG-109D.
Description
Table 4-6 Transmit Mode
Transmit Mode
Description
Analog
The repeater transmits in Analog Mode
when it transmits if using the PTT
(microphone) switch or External PTT.
NXDN
The repeater transmits in Digital Mode when
it transmits if using the PTT (microphone)
switch or External PTT.
The repeater transmits a signal using Unit
ID (Own). Since the repeater makes a
Group Call when the repeater transmits in
this mode, signals will be sent to all parties
in a group. (Refer to 18
PERSONALIZATION (NXDN) on page 51.)
Note: This function can be used only if the repeater is operated in
Conventional Mode.
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
•
Configuring the Transmit Mode. (Refer to FPRG
6.2.5 Transmit Mode.)
The repeater can be used as a
duplex repeater in Analog Mode
or communication channel in
Digital Mode while the repeater
is served as a traffic channel.
The repeater transmits in Analog
Mode if the PTT switch is
activated by an external device
while the repeater is not used as
a communication channel in
Digital Trunking Mode.
A channel assigned for a control channel or candidate for control
channel (Dual-functional Channel) cannot be configured using
KPG-110SM as Shared or AUX because a repeater in an NXDN
Trunking System transmits at 100% duty-cycle on a control
channel.
Note: AUX can be used only by a repeater having firmware
version V1.10.00 or later.
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
•
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Configuring the Channel Type. (Refer to FPRG
6.2.4 Channel Type.)
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4.6
QT/DQT Decode
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
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QT/DQT Decode is the signaling that is used if the
repeater is standing by to receive analog signals.
(Refer to 9 SIGNALING on page 20.)
Configuring QT/DQT Decode for use when the same
channel is shared among several groups allows a
subscriber not to hear communications not intended for
them by muting conversations in other groups.
4.8
Configuring the QT/DQT Encode. (Refer to FPRG
6.2.7 QT/DQT Encode.)
RAN Decode
If the received QT tone frequency or DQT code matches
the QT/DQT Decode configured for the repeater, the
repeater will unmute the received audio.
RAN Decode is the signaling that is used if the repeater is
standing by to receive in digital mode. (Refer to 9
SIGNALING on page 20.)
The repeater can also be made to stand by by
simultaneously using the QT/DQT Decode configured in
Multiple Encode/Decode Table. (Refer to 16 MULTIPLE
ENCODE/ DECODE TABLE on page 47.)
Configuring RAN Decode for use when the same channel
is shared among several groups allows a subscriber not
to hear communications not intended for them by muting
conversations in other groups.
If the received RAN Decode matches the RAN Decode
configured for the repeater, the repeater will unmute the
received audio.
Note:

This function is also enabled when the repeater sends the
received signals by using Repeater PTT.

This function can be used only on analog channels.
The repeater can also be made to stand by by
simultaneously using the RAN Decode configured in
Multiple Encode/Decode Table. (Refer to 16 MULTIPLE
ENCODE/ DECODE TABLE on page 47.)
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
•
4.7
Configuring the QT/DQT Decode. (Refer to FPRG
6.2.6 QT/DQT Decode.)
QT/DQT Encode
QT/DQT Encode is the signaling for calling to be used to
transmit analog signals by the repeater. (Refer to 9
SIGNALING on page 20.)
Configuring QT/DQT Encode for use when the same
channel is shared among several groups allows a
subscriber not to hear communications not intended for
them by muting conversations in other groups.
Note:

This function is also enabled when the repeater sends the
received signals by using Repeater PTT.

This function can be used only if the repeater is operated in
Conventional Mode.

This function can be used only on digital channels.

If User List is configured, the received ID must match the ID
configured for the repeater in addition to the RAN Decode
matching in order to unmute the received audio. (Refer to 19
USER LIST on page 52.)
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
•
Configuring the RAN Decode. (Refer to FPRG
6.2.8 RAN Decode.)
The repeater transmits the configured QT/DQT Encode
when the repeater transmits.
Note:

This function is also enabled when the repeater sends the
received signals by using Repeater PTT.

If QT Reverse Burst is enabled, the repeater sends the QT
Reverse Burst code when the repeater finishes transmitting.
(Refer to 9.1.2 QT Reverse Burst Time on page 20.)

If DQT Encode is configured for the channel, the repeater sends
the DQT Turn off Code when the repeater finishes transmitting.
(Refer to 9.1.1 DQT Turn-off Code on page 20.)
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This function can be used only on analog channels.
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4.9
RAN Encode
Operation
Mode
Description
Simplex
Simplex is a mode that allows the repeater to
transmit and receive by using one or two
frequencies. The repeater cannot transmit and
receive simultaneously. If the repeater receives
a request for transmission by pressing the PTT
(microphone) switch or activating External PTT
while the repeater is receiving, the repeater will
immediately mute the received audio and start
transmitting.
RAN Encode is the signaling for calling to be used to
transmit digital mode by the repeater. (Refer to 9
SIGNALING on page 20.)
Configuring RAN Encode for use when the same channel
is shared among several groups allows a subscriber not
to hear communications not intended for them by muting
conversations in other groups.
The repeater sends the configured RAN Encode when
the repeater transmits.
Note: This function can be used only if the repeater is operated in
Conventional Mode.
Note:

This function is also enabled when the repeater sends the
received signals by using Repeater PTT.

This function can be used only if the repeater is operated in
Conventional Mode.

This function can be used only on digital channels.
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
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Configuring the Operation Mode. (Refer to FPRG
6.2.14 Operation Mode.)
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
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Configuring the RAN Encode. (Refer to FPRG
6.2.9 RAN Encode.)
4.11 Beat Shift
Beat Shift can be used to avoid the degradation of
receiver performance caused by oscillators in the
repeater.
4.10 Operation Mode
The harmonics of the oscillators may interfere with the
repeater depending on the receive frequency. With this
function, the degradation of receiver performance can be
avoided by slightly shifting the frequency of the
oscillators.
Operation Mode is a mode used by the repeater to
transmit and receive a signal.
The repeater can be used in the Duplex, Repeat or
Simplex mode depending on the task of the repeater.
The repeater is equipped with 5 internal oscillators.
Table 4-7 Operation Mode
Operation
Mode
Duplex
Repeat
12
Description
Duplex is the mode in which the repeater can
simultaneously transmit and receive using 2
different frequencies. If a request for
transmission is placed during reception, the
repeater starts transmitting without muting the
received audio.
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Beat Shift 1: 14.7456 MHz oscillator circuit 1
•
Beat Shift 2: 16.515072 MHz oscillator circuit
•
Beat Shift 3: 14.7456 MHz oscillator circuit 2
•
Beat Shift 4: 25 MHz oscillator circuit
•
Beat Shift 5: 25.8048 MHz oscillator circuit
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
Repeat is the mode in which the repeater
transmits by repeating the received audio. If the
received QT tone frequency, DQT code or RAN
code matches the QT tone frequency, DQT
code or RAN code preconfigured for the
repeater, the repeater will transmit a signal on
the configured transmit frequency with Encode
QT tone, DQT code or RAN code using
Repeater PTT.
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Configuring the Beat Shift. (Refer to FPRG 6.2.16
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4.12 Scan Add
4.14 Squelch Level
Scan Add can be used to add the selected channel in the
scanning sequence.
Squelch Level is the threshold receive level at which the
repeater would detect a carrier on the receive frequency.
If the repeater is not receiving any signals, noise will
automatically be eliminated. Squelch will open and the
received audio will be audible only if the repeater receives
a signal with higher level than the configured level.
The repeater searches each channel to detect a signal,
and then pauses scanning on a channel on which a
receivable signal is detected.
Note:

This function can be used only if the repeater is in Conventional
Mode.

The Scan On/ Off state can be changed using AUX ports and PF
keys. (Refer to 11 KEY ASSIGNMENT on page 24, 15
FUNCTION PORT on page 38.)

The repeater cannot scan a channel on which Repeat is
configured for Operation Mode since the channel is exclusively
used for the repeater function.
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
•
Configuring the Scan Add. (Refer to FPRG 6.2.20
Scan Add.)
Note:

This function is also enabled when the repeater sends the
received signals by using Repeater PTT.

If a value of 0 is configured for Squelch Level, the repeater
transmits using Repeater PTT regardless of the presence of
received signals on a channel configured as below.
•
•
•
Channel Type: Anything other than NXDN
QT/DQT Decode: None
Operation Mode: Repeat
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
•
Configuring the Squelch Level. (Refer to FPRG
6.4.1 Common Page 1 Tab.)
4.13 Compander
Compander is a composite word made from COMpressor
and exPANDer. It improves the quality of the received
signal by reducing the noise in the communication. This
function is used for improving the S/N ratio of voice
communications by compressing the audio during
modulation and then expanding the audio after
demodulation.
Note:

This function can be used only on analog channels.

We recommend that the Compander is enabled for both the
transmitting party and receiving party to use this function
effectively.
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
•
Configuring the Compander to be enabled or
disabled. (Refer to FPRG 6.2.21 Compander.)
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5 BASIC OPERATION
5.1
Turning the Repeater
ON/ OFF
5.3
The repeater is turned ON if DC 13.8 V is applied to DC
IN on the rear panel.
When the repeater is turned ON, all LEDs on the front
panel will light for 1 second after the first Status LED
stops blinking. Although the LED turns Off when
1 second elapses and the channel name will appear on
the LED display, the displayed channel name will flash
until the frequency is stabilized. After the frequency is
stabilized, the displayed channel name stops flashing and
remains lit and the repeater will work normally.
Using PF Keys
If any function key is pressed, the LED lights red and the
function assigned to the key will be activated or enabled.
While the repeater is operated in Trunking Mode,
functions that can be assigned to the [MON],
[TAKEOVER] and [RPT DISABLE] keys on the upper
side are fixed. The [A], [B] and [C] keys on the lower
side cannot be used. (Refer to 11 KEY ASSIGNMENT on
page 24.)
The amount of time that the channel name flashes varies
depending on the reference oscillator type.
•
If OXCO is installed in the repeater or an input is
applied from the external reference oscillator: 5
minutes
•
If the repeater is operated with the internal VCTCXO
under any conditions other than the above: 30
seconds
Note: If a PF key on the front panel is pressed while the displayed
channel name is flashing, the displayed channel name stops
flashing and remains lit and the repeater will work normally.
In this case, the frequency may not be stabilized. (Refer to
2.1 17-segment LED on page 3.)
While the repeater is turned ON, the POWER LED lights
green.
5.2
Adjusting the Volume Level
Rotating the Volume control clockwise increases the
volume level. Rotating the Volume control
counterclockwise decreases the volume level. The
repeater mutes completely if the Volume control is turned
to the most counterclockwise position.
Note: The value configured for Tone Volume will automatically be
configured for the volume level of Control Tone and Warning
Tone. Therefore, the volume level cannot be changed by
using the Volume control. (Refer to 3.6 Tone Volume on
page 8.)
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6 RECEIVE FUNCTIONS
6.1
External Monitor
External Monitor can be used to activate the
preconfigured Squelch Off or Monitor in order to monitor
the channel activities when the External Monitor port is
activated.
External Monitor can be configured using KPG-109D.
Note: This function is only available for the NXR-800 repeater.
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
Table 6-1 External Monitor
•
Configuration
Description
Squelch Off
If Analog or Mixed is configured for Channel
Type, the repeater will unmute audio when the
External Monitor port is activated. This
function is disabled if NXDN is configured for
Channel Type.
Monitor
If the repeater is receiving analog signaling on
a channel on which Analog or Mixed is
configured for Channel Type, the repeater will
activate the Carrier Squelch when the External
Monitor port is activated. If the repeater
receives a digital frame on the channel that
NXDN or Mixed is configured for Channel
Type, the repeater unmutes the signaling even
if the received RAN code does not match the
RAN code preconfigured for the repeater.
Note:

This function can be used only if the repeater is operated in
Conventional Mode.

The operation logic of the External Monitor port is fixed to Active
Low.
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
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the repeater waits to receive shifting the TX VCO by
18.75 kHz while the repeater is in the standby mode.
However, the rise time of transmission will be delayed
approximately 15 to 20 ms if this function is disabled.
Therefore, we recommend enabling this function except
in the above-mentioned cases.
Configuring the External Monitor (Refer to FPRG
6.4.1 Common Page 1 Tab.)
6.3
Configuring the Standby on Transmit Frequency to
be enabled or disabled. (Refer to FPRG 6.4.1
Common Page 1 Tab.)
Lowest Receive Level
Threshold
Lowest Receive Level Threshold is the reference RSSI
level at which the repeater toggles the Receive Signal
(Threshold) assigned to the AUX Output port between
activated and deactivated.
If the RSSI level is less than the level configured for
Lowest Receive Level Threshold, the AUX Output port to
which Receive Signal (Threshold) was assigned will be
activated. On the other hand, the AUX Output port to
which Receive Signal (Threshold) was assigned will be
deactivated if the received signal level exceeds the level
configured for Lowest Receive Level Threshold. (Refer to
15.3 Available Functions for the AUX Output Port on page
46.)
Note: This function can be used only if the repeater is operated in
Conventional Mode.
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
6.2
•
Standby on Transmit
Frequency
Configuring the Lowest Receive Level Threshold.
(Refer to FPRG 6.4.1 Common Page 1 Tab.)
Standby on Transmit Frequency can be used to wait to
receive on the transmit frequency configured for each
channel while the repeater is in standby mode. This
function must be disabled if the repeater waits to receive
on a frequency shifted from the transmit frequency.
For instance, a subscriber having a subscriber unit may
be within several meters of the repeater if the repeater
system is placed within a building, other than the roof of a
building or mountain top. In such a case, if the repeater is
locked on the frequency that the TX VCO is
preprogrammed, the subscriber unit may become busy
due to chassis radiation from the repeater even if the
repeater is not transmitting. The same phenomenon may
occur during a repeater operation check while installing
the system or demonstrating. If Standby on Transmit
Frequency is disabled, this trouble can be avoided since
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7 TRANSMIT FUNCTIONS
7.1
Busy Channel Lockout
7.2
If the channel on which the repeater attempts to transmit
by a user pressing the PTT (microphone) switch has been
already used by another group, Busy Channel Lockout
will automatically restrict a transmission in order to avoid
interfering with other parties’ communications. By using
this function, a dispatcher can transmit without interfering
with other parties’ communications without checking the
usage status of the channel.
PTT Priority is the priority order for the Repeater PTT,
External PTT and PTT (microphone) switch.
If the PTT switch having the higher priority is activated
while the repeater is transmitting using the PTT switch
having the lower priority, the repeater will then select the
signaling and modulation signal line configured for the
PTT switch having the higher priority.
Table 7-3 PTT Priority
Busy Channel Lockout can be configured using
KPG-109D. Busy Channel Lockout can be configured for
each analog channel and digital channel.
Description
No
Busy Channel Lockout will be disabled.
Transmission is not restricted even if the
analog channel on which the repeater
attempts to transmit is busy.
Carrier Only
The repeater cannot transmit while receiving
a carrier.
Incorrect Tone
The repeater cannot transmit while a carrier
is detected on a busy channel and the
received QT tone frequency or DQT code
does not match the QT tone frequency or
DQT code preconfigured for the repeater.
However, the repeater can transmit if the
received QT tone frequency or DQT code
matches those configured for the repeater.
External PTT
Repeater PTT
Table 7-2 Busy Channel Lockout (Digital)
Configuration
PTT
PTT
(microphone)
switch
Table 7-1 Busy Channel Lockout (Analog)
Configuration
PTT Priority
Modulation
Signal Line
Signaling
Depending on the Encode
Local Mic
Tone (Multiple) configuration
(Refer to 16 MULTIPLE
TA
ENCODE/ DECODE TABLE on
Received
page 47.)
audio signals
Note: This function can be used only if the repeater is operated in
Conventional Mode.
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
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7.3
Configuring the PTT Priority. (Refer to FPRG 6.4.1
Common Page 1 Tab.)
Repeater Hold Time
Description
No
Busy Channel Lockout will be disabled. No
transmission is restricted even if the digital
channel on which the repeater attempts to
transmit is busy.
Repeater Hold Time is the amount of time from when the
repeater stops receiving a signal until the repeater will
terminate a transmission using Repeater PTT while the
repeater sends the received signals using Repeater PTT.
Carrier Only
The repeater cannot transmit while receiving
a carrier.
Incorrect RAN
The repeater cannot transmit while a carrier
is detected on a busy channel and the
received RAN code does not match the
RAN code preconfigured for the repeater.
The repeater can continue transmitting for the amount of
time configured for the Repeater Hold Time even if the
communication using the Repeater PTT is finished.
Correct RAN
The repeater cannot transmit while a carrier
is detected on a busy channel and the
received RAN code matches the RAN code
preconfigured for the repeater.
Note: If Off (disabled) is configured for Repeat Hold Time, the
repeater will terminate transmitting immediately after the
repeater stops receiving a signal.
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
•
Configuring the Repeater Hold Time. (Refer to
FPRG 6.4.1 Common Page 1 Tab.)
Note: This function can be used only if the repeater is operated in
Conventional Mode.
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
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Configuring the Busy Channel Lockout. (Refer to
FPRG 6.4.2 Common Page 2 Tab.)
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8 TIME-OUT TIMER (TOT)
Time-out Timer (TOT) is used to restrict the continuous
transmission time for the repeater.
8.1
This function is used to prevent a subscriber from
occupying the repeater or the same frequency which is
shared with other subscribers. The repeater
automatically stops transmitting and releases the channel
if it continuously transmits longer than the configured
time.
The TOT (Time-out Timer) Pre-alert tone is used to notify
a subscriber that the transmission is about to end by the
Time-out Timer. The warning tone (TOT Pre-alert Tone)
sounds from the repeater before the continuous
transmission is automatically stopped by the Time-out
Timer.
Timers, such as TOT Pre-alert, TOT Rekey Time and
TOT Reset Time, relevant to Time-out Timer can be
configured.
Example: Time-out Timer: 30 s, TOT Pre-alert: 4 s
PTT
Active
Inactive
Active
Inactive
Active
Inactive
Active
TOT Pre-alert
PTT
Active
Transmit
Start
TOT
Count Start
Inactive
End
Expire TOT
TOT Pre alert
Receive Transmit
Receive
Transmit
Receive
Transmit
Time
Within TOT
Reset Time
Within TOT
Reset Time
Alert End
Alert
Start
0s
26 s
30 s
Warning Alert Tone
Figure 8-2 TOT Pre-alert
TOT OVER
TOT COUNT
TOT Rekey Time
Note:
TOT Pre-alert Time
After the repeater is turned
ON or after TOT
Reset Time has elapsed
TOT Pre-alert tone
Transmit inhibit Tone
Figure 8-1 Timing to Activate the Functions Relevant to
Time-out Timer

If Off (disabled) is configured for TOT Pre-alert, no TOT Prealert will sound.

This function cannot be used if the repeater is operated in
Trunking Mode.
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
Time-out Timer can be configured for each transmission
using the Repeater PTT, External PTT or PTT
(microphone) switch by using KPG-109D.
Note:

If a channel is changed or the repeater is turned OFF, the
countdown for Time-out Timer will be reset.

If Off (disabled) is configured for Time-out Timer, the repeater
does not terminate transmitting by time-out.

Time-out Timer functions for a transmission using the PTT
(microphone) switch cannot be used if the repeater is operated
in Trunking Mode.
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
•
Configuring the Time-out Timer (TOT) for
transmissions using Repeater PTT or External
PTT. (Refer to FPRG 6.4.1 Common Page 1 Tab.)
•
Configuring the Time-out Timer (TOT) for
transmissions using the PTT (microphone) switch.
(Refer to FPRG 6.4.2 Common Page 2 Tab.)
•
Configuring the TOT Pre-alert for transmissions
using Repeater PTT or External PTT. (Refer to
FPRG 6.4.1 Common Page 1 Tab.)
•
Configuring the TOT Pre-alert for transmissions
using the PTT (microphone) switch. (Refer to
FPRG 6.4.2 Common Page 2 Tab.)
8.2
TOT Rekey Time
TOT Rekey Time is the amount of time from when the
transmission is automatically terminated by the Time-out
Timer until transmission becomes possible again.
This function is used to temporarily restrict the
transmission as a penalty when a subscriber occupies the
repeater or frequency for too long.
Example: Time-out Timer: 30 s, TOT Rekey Time: 20 s
Inactive
Inactive
PTT
Active
Transmit
Start
End
Transmit
TOT
Count Start
Expire TOT
Count Start
TOT Rekey Time
Time
0s
Active
Count Start
30 s
Active
Expire
50 s
70 s
Figure 8-3 TOT Rekey Time
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8 TIME-OUT TIMER (TOT)
8.3.1
Note:

If Off (disabled) is configured for TOT Rekey Time, the repeater
will immediately be ready to transmit.

This function cannot be used if the repeater is operated in
Trunking Mode.
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
•
Configuring the TOT Rekey Time for transmissions
using Repeater PTT or External PTT. (Refer to
FPRG 6.4.1 Common Page 1 Tab.)
•
Configuring the TOT Rekey Time for transmissions
using the PTT (microphone) switch. (Refer to
FPRG 6.4.2 Common Page 2 Tab.)
8.3
TOT Reset Time
TOT Reset Time is the time required to initialize and reset
the elapsed time for Time-out Timer.
Resetting the Time-out Timer varies depending on the
type of the PTT.
z If the PTT type is the PTT (microphone) switch:
If transmission using the Repeater PTT or External
PTT is started and the Time-out Timer (Repeater PTT/
External PTT) is activated, all Time-out Timers for the
PTT (microphone) switch will be stopped and reset.
The Time-out Timer (the PTT (microphone) switch)
and the Time-out Timer (Repeater PTT/ External PTT)
do not function at the same time.
z If the PTT type is Repeater PTT/ External PTT:
If transmission using the PTT (microphone) switch is
started and the Time-out Timer (the PTT (microphone)
switch) is activated, all Time-out Timers for the
Repeater PTT or External PTT will be stopped and
reset. The Time-out Timer (the PTT (microphone)
switch) and the Time-out Timer (Repeater PTT/
External PTT) do not function at the same time.
This retransmission within the configured TOT Reset
Time is treated as a continuous transmission by the
repeater. Therefore, the Time-out Timer keeps counting
down.
This function prevents a subscriber from occupying a
repeater and frequency for too long by transmitting
intermittently.
Time-out Timer can function as follows depending on
the signaling used for encoding when the TOT Reset
Time starts counting down and transmission using the
Repeater PTT or External PTT starts.
Table 8-1 Example of Signaling
No.
Digital Decode
Digital Encode
1
20
20
2
63
20
3
30
30
Example: Time-out Timer: 30 s, TOT Reset Time: 10 s
PTT
Active
Inactive
TOT
Time
End
Expire TOT
Count Start
TOT Reset Time
0s
Count Start
10 s
Expire
20 s
Note:

If a channel is changed or the repeater is turned OFF, the
countdown for TOT Reset Time will be reset.

If Off (disabled) is configured for TOT Reset Time, the Time-out
Timer will be reset immediately after the repeater finishes
transmitting.

This function cannot be used if the repeater is operated in
Trunking Mode.
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
•
Configuring the TOT Reset Time for transmissions
using Repeater PTT or External PTT. (Refer to
FPRG 6.4.1 Common Page 1 Tab.)
•
Configuring the TOT Reset Time for transmissions
using the PTT (microphone) switch. (Refer to
FPRG 6.4.2 Common Page 2 Tab.)
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40
40
XX
XX
16
28
28
•
30 s
Figure 8-4 TOT Reset Time
18
4
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Inactive
Active
Transmit Start
Resetting the Time-out Timer
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All Time-out Timers for the Repeater PTT or
External PTT will be reset under the following
conditions.
Example 1: The No. 3 signaling matches and the
repeater starts transmitting using
Repeater PTT while the TOT Reset
Time is counting down after the No. 2
signaling matched and the repeater
finished transmitting using Repeater
PTT.
Example 2: The External PTT having higher
priority is activated while Primary is
configured for Encode Tone (Multiple)
and the No. 2 signaling matched and
the repeater transmits using Repeater
PTT.
Example 3: The repeater starts transmitting using
Repeater PTT with the analog
signaling after No. 3 signaling
matched and the repeater finished
transmitting using Repeater PTT.
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Time-out Timer for the Repeater PTT or External
PTT will keep counting down under the following
conditions:
Example 1: The No. 2 signaling matches again
and the repeater starts transmitting
using Repeater PTT while the TOT
Reset Time is counting down after the
No. 2 signaling matched and the
repeater finished transmitting using
Repeater PTT.
Example 2: The External PTT having higher
priority is activated while Current is
configured for Encode Tone (Multiple)
and the No. 2 signaling matched and
the repeater transmits using Repeater
PTT.
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9 SIGNALING
9.1.1
QT/DQT and RAN are the signaling to be used for
facilitating communication within a group when sharing
the same channel with several groups (Talkgroup).
9.1
DQT Turn-off Code prevents the speaker of the receiving
party from emitting the squelch tail noise by sending the
Turn-off Code after transmission ends on a channel for
which DQT Encode is configured.
If a subscriber unit receives a DQT Turn-off Code using a
DQT code, audio will be muted.
QT/DQT Encode/ Decode
QT/DQT is the analog signaling used while the repeater is
operated in Analog Mode. If QT/DQT is configured for
each group, the repeater continues to mute when it
receives a call from other groups having different QT/
DQT. Therefore, a subscriber can communicate only to
group members without listening to unwanted
conversations among those in other groups.
This signaling does not affect voice communications
since the audible frequency spectrum below 300 Hz is
used for this signaling. The repeater can decode the
signaling even if the repeater receives the signaling from
a call in progress since a continuous tone is used for this
signaling.
If Repeat is configured for Operation Mode, the
subscriber unit repeats audio only when the received QT
tone frequency or DQT code matches the QT tone
frequency or DQT code configured for the repeater.
•
QT (Quiet Talk):
The duration to send the DQT Turn-off Code can be
configured by accommodating the duration of the DQT
Decode characteristics of the subscriber unit used in the
repeater system.
Note:

DQT Turn-off Code must be changed if the receiving subscriber
unit emits the squelch tail noise due to a failure in receiving the
DQT Turn-off Code.

This function can be used only on analog channels.
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
•
Configuring the time required to send the QT Turnoff Code. (Refer to FPRG 6.4.1 Common Page 1
Tab.)
9.1.2
QT Reverse Burst Time
QT Reverse Burst Time prevents the speaker of the
receiving party from emitting the squelch tail noise by
sending the QT Reverse Burst code after transmission
ends.
QT is a type of signaling using a continuous subaudible sine wave (67.0 Hz to 254.1 Hz). The
frequency can be configured in steps of 0.1 Hz.
•
DQT Turn-off Code
DQT (Digital Quiet Talk):
DQT is a type of signaling using “1” and “0” in the
23-bit word. An octal code with a number between
000 and 777 can be configured. The DQT signal has
a polarity and can be configured as Normal or
Inverted, corresponding to a repeater or circuit
configuration of another repeater.
If a subscriber unit receives the QT Reverse Burst code,
audio signals will be muted.
The duration to send the QT Reverse Burst code can be
configured by accommodating the duration of the QT
Decode characteristics of the subscriber unit used in the
repeater system.
Also, a maximum of 15 pairs of QT tone frequencies and
DQT codes (Current) can be configured in addition to QT
tone frequencies and DQT codes configured for each
channel (Primary), hence the repeater can wait to receive
signaling using the QT/DQT configured for Primary and
Current. (Refer to 16 MULTIPLE ENCODE/ DECODE
TABLE on page 47.)
Note:
Note: This function can be used only on analog channels.

If QT is configured for QT/DQT Encode for a channel, the QT
Reverse Burst code will be sent out. The DQT Turn-off Code
will be sent out if DQT Encode is enabled. (Refer to 9.1.1 DQT
Turn-off Code on this page.)

QT Reverse Burst Time must be changed if the receiving
subscriber unit cannot receive the QT Reverse Burst code and
the squelch tail noise occurs.

This function can be used only on analog channels.
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
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•
Configuring the QT/DQT Decode. (Refer to FPRG
6.2.6 QT/DQT Decode.)
•
Configuring the QT/DQT Encode. (Refer to FPRG
6.2.7 QT/DQT Encode.)
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„ Configuration using KPG-109D
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•
QT Decode Delay
QT Decode Delay is used for the repeater not to detect
the QT Reverse Burst code sent from subscriber units as
normal QT tone.
QT Decode Delay can be used by configuring the amount
of time from when the received QT tone frequency, which
has been matching the QT tone frequency configured for
the repeater but then becomes discrepant, will activate
the QT Decode again.
Normally, the repeater closes the squelch and stops
transmitting using Repeater PTT when it receives the
Reverse Burst Tone in which the phase of the configured
QT tone frequency is reversed. However, the repeater
may erroneously detect the receive Reverse Burst tone
as the QT tone frequency configured for the repeater and
resume transmitting using Repeater PTT again if the
transmit duration of the Reverse Burst Tone is too long.
Delaying the timing to resume the QT Decode (the
duration configured for QT Decode Delay) prevents the
repeater from erroneously detecting the QT Reverse
Burst.

If Off is configured for QT Decode Delay, the repeater will
activate the QT Decode immediately after the received QT
signaling does not match.
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
9.2
Note:

This function can be used only if the repeater is operated in
Conventional Mode.

This function can be used only on digital channels.

If User List is configured, the received ID must match the ID
configured for the repeater in addition to the matching state of the
RAN Decode in order to unmute the received audio.
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
•
Configuring the RAN Decode. (Refer to FPRG
6.2.8 RAN Decode.)
•
Configuring the RAN Encode. (Refer to FPRG
6.2.9 RAN Encode.)
Off-hook Decode
Off-hook Decode is used to decode the received
signaling (QT/DQT or RAN) linked with the microphone
on- or off-hook state.
This function can be used only on analog channels.
•
Also, a maximum of 15 RAN codes (Current) in addition
to a RAN code (Primary) configured for each channel can
be configured, and the repeater can wait to receive using
the RAN codes configured for Primary and Current.
(Refer to 16 MULTIPLE ENCODE/ DECODE TABLE on
page 47.)
9.3
Note:

RAN is a digital signaling having the same functions
as analog QT/DQT. RAN code 1 to RAN code 63 can
be configured.
Configuring the duration to send the QT Reverse
Burst Code. (Refer to FPRG 6.4.1 Common Page
1 Tab.)
9.1.3
RAN (Radio Access Number):
Configuring the QT/DQT Decode Delay. (Refer to
FPRG 6.4.1 Common Page 1 Tab.)
RAN Encode/ Decode
RAN Encode/ Decode is the digital signaling used while
the repeater is operated in Digital Mode. If RAN is
configured for each group, the repeater will not deactivate
muting even if the repeater receives a call except for calls
from a group that the repeater waits to receive.
Therefore, a subscriber can communicate only to group
members without listening to unwanted conversations
among those in other groups.
If Off-hook Decode is enabled, the repeater unmutes the
received audio regardless of the microphone on- or offhook state when the received signaling matches the
signaling configured for the repeater.
If Off-hook Decode is disabled, the repeater unmutes the
received audio when the repeater receives a carrier while
the microphone is in the off-hook state. The repeater
unmutes the received audio if the received signaling
matches the configured signaling while the microphone is
in the on-hook state.
Note: This function can be used only if the repeater is operated in
Conventional Mode.
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
The repeater can decode the signaling even if the repeater
receives the signaling from a call in progress since a
continuous tone is used for this signaling.
•
Configuring the Off-hook Decode to be enabled or
disabled. (Refer to FPRG 6.4.1 Common Page 1
Tab.)
The repeater can transmit using Repeater PTT only if the
repeater receives a carrier with matching RAN Decode
while the repeater sends the received signals using
Repeater PTT.
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10 STARTUP
Startup is used to activate or enable the preconfigured functions when the repeater is turned ON. A maximum of 3
different functions can be configured for each port and the configured functions will be activated or enabled in the order of
1st, 2nd and 3rd when the repeater is tuned ON.
Following are functions that can be assigned for Startup.
Note: This function can be used only if the repeater is operated in Conventional Mode.
Table 10-1 Available Functions for Startup
Function Name
None
Description of Functions
Remarks
The repeater does not respond.
AUX Output 1 Off to
Deactivates corresponding AUX Output port.
AUX Output 5 Off
AUX I/O 1 Off to
AUX I/O 6 Off
Deactivates corresponding AUX I/O port.
AUX Out 1 On to
AUX Output 5 On
Activates corresponding AUX Output port.
AUX I/O 1 On to
AUX I/O 6 On
Activates corresponding AUX I/O port.
Refer to 15 FUNCTION PORT on page 38.
Channel 1 to
Channel 30
The subscriber unit automatically migrates to the
corresponding channel.
Channel Down
The channel number is decreased in steps of 1.
Channel Up
The channel number is increased in steps of 1.
CW ID On
The repeater sends the CW ID.
CW Message 1 to
CW Message 8
The repeater sends the corresponding CW Message.
Decode Signaling
Disable
Signaling Decode with QT/DQT or RAN is disabled. The
repeater considers that the channel is configured as None for
QT/DQT Decode or RAN Decode even if the repeater receives
on the channel and QT/DQT Decode or RAN Decode is
configured.
Decode Signaling
Enable
Signaling Decode with QT/DQT or RAN is enabled. The
repeater will decode with the QT/DQT or RAN signaling
configured for a channel.
Encode Signaling
Disable
Signaling Encode with QT/DQT or RAN is disabled. The
repeater considers that the channel is configured as None for
QT/DQT Encode or RAN Encode even if the repeater transmits
on the channel and QT/DQT Encode or RAN Encode is
configured.
Encode Signaling
Enable
Signaling Decode with QT/DQT or RAN is enabled. The
repeater transmits the QT/DQT or RAN signaling configured for
a channel when the repeater transmits.
Hold Time Disable
Repeater Hold Time is disabled.
Hold Time Enable
Repeater Hold Time is enabled.
Local TX Disable
Transmission using the PTT (microphone) switch is disabled.
Local TX Enable
Transmission using the PTT (microphone) switch is enabled.
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Transmit power will be switched from Low to High.
Low Power On
Transmit power will be switched from High to Low.
Monitor Off
Signaling Decode with QT/DQT or RAN is enabled. QT/DQT
will disable the Mute function when the signaling matches.
Monitor On
Signaling Decode with QT/DQT or RAN is disabled. QT/DQT
will disable the Mute function when the repeater receives a
carrier on an analog channel. QT/DQT will disable the Mute
function when the repeater detects a frame on an NXDN
channel.
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Refer to 9 SIGNALING on page 20.
Refer to 7.3 Repeater Hold Time on page 16.
Low Power Off
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This function is available on a channel for which
High is configured for Transmit Power. (Refer
to 4.2 Transmit Power on page 9.)
Refer to 6.1 External Monitor on page 15.
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Function Name
Description of Functions
Repeat Disable
Disables the capability to transmit the received signals by using
Repeater PTT.
Repeat Enable
Enables the capability to transmit the received signals by using
Repeater PTT.
Scan Off
Scan is disabled.
Scan On
Scan is enabled.
Scrambler/
Encryption Off
Scrambler or Encryption is disabled.
Scrambler/
Encryption On
Scrambler or Encryption is enabled.
Refer to 12 SCAN on page 26.
Refer to 17 VOICE SCRAMBLER/
ENCRYPTION on page 50.
Squelch Off
Squelch opens and the repeater unmutes.
Squelch On
Squelch closes and the repeater mutes the receiving audio
signals.
Test Tone Off
The repeater stops transmitting the Test Tone.
Test Tone On
The repeater transmits the Test Tone.
TOT Disable
Time-out Timer is disabled.
TOT Enable
Time-out Timer is enabled.
TX Disable
All transmissions are disabled.
TX Enable
All transmissions are enabled.
Voting Tone Off
Voting Pilot Tone is disabled.
Voting Tone On
Voting Pilot Tone is enabled.
Remarks
Refer to 3.3 Test Tone on page 6.
Refer to 8 TIME-OUT TIMER (TOT) on page 17.
Refer to 3.5 Voting Pilot Tone on page 8.
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
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Assigning functions for Startup. (Refer to FPRG 6.4.4 Other Tab.)
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11 KEY ASSIGNMENT
Key Assignment is used to activate or enable preconfigured functions by pressing the repeater PF key. Functions can be
assigned to the [MON], [TAKEOVER], [RPT DISABLE], [A], [B] and [C] keys.
Following are functions that can be assigned to PF keys.
Note: While the repeater is in Trunking Mode, functions that can be assigned to the [MON], [TAKEOVER] and [RPT DISABLE] keys on the
upper side are fixed. The [A], [B] and [C] keys on the lower side cannot be used.
Table 11-1 Assigning Functions to the PF Keys
Function Name
None
Description of Functions
Remarks
The repeater does not respond.
AUX Output 1 On/Off
Toggles the corresponding AUX Output port between active
to
and inactive.
AUX Output 5 On/Off
Refer to 15 FUNCTION PORT on page 38.
AUX I/O 1 On/Off to
AUX I/O 6 On/Off
Toggles the corresponding AUX I/O port between active and
inactive.
Channel 1 to
Channel 30
The subscriber unit automatically migrates to the
corresponding channel.
Channel Down
The channel number is decreased in steps of 1.
Channel Up
The channel number is increased in steps of 1.
CW ID On
The repeater sends the PTT ID.
CW Message 1 to
CW Message 8
The repeater sends the corresponding CW Message.
Decode Signaling
Enable/Disable
Signaling Decode with QT/DQT or RAN is enabled or disabled.
If this function is disabled, the decode signaling will be deemed
as None even if it is configured for a channel.
Encode Signaling
Enable/Disable
Signaling Encode with QT/DQT or RAN is enabled or disabled.
If this function is disabled, the decode signaling will be deemed
as None even if it is configured for a channel.
Hold Time Enable/
Disable
Repeater Hold Time is enabled or disabled.
Local TX Enable/
Disable
Transmissions using the PTT (microphone) switch are enabled
or disabled.
Low TX Power On/
Off
Transmit power is toggled between Low and High.
Monitor Momentary
Signaling Decode with QT/DQT or RAN is disabled while the
Monitor Momentary key is pressed and held. QT/DQT will
disable the Mute function when the repeater receives a carrier
on an analog channel. QT/DQT will disable the Mute function
when the repeater detects a frame on an NXDN channel.
Monitor On/Off
Signaling Decode with QT/DQT or RAN is enabled or disabled.
If this function is disabled, the repeater will disable the Mute
function when the repeater receives a carrier on an analog
channel. QT/DQT will disable the Mute function when the
repeater detects a frame on an NXDN channel.
Repeat Enable/
Disable
Toggles between enabled and disabled the capability to
transmit the received signals by using Repeater PTT.
Reset
The repeater returns to the same state as when the repeater is
turned ON.
Scan On/Off
Scan is enabled or disabled.
Refer to 12 SCAN on page 26.
Scrambler/
Encryption On/Off
Scrambler or Encryption is enabled or disabled.
Refer to 17 VOICE SCRAMBLER/
ENCRYPTION on page 50.
Squelch On/Off
Squelch is enabled or disabled.
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Refer to 20 CW ID, CW MESSAGE on page 53.
Refer to 9 SIGNALING on page 20.
Refer to 7.3 Repeater Hold Time on page 16.
This function is available on the channel where
High is configured for Transmit Power. (Refer
to 4.2 Transmit Power on page 9.)
Refer to 6.1 External Monitor on page 15.
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Function Name
Description of Functions
Remarks
Squelch Off
Momentary
Disables the signaling decode by QT tone frequency, DQT
code or RAN code while the Squelch Off Momentary key is
pressed and held.
On an analog channel, the repeater opens squelch and resets
muting while the Squelch Off Momentary key is pressed and
held. On a channel configured as NXDN, the repeater opens
squelch and resets muting upon detecting a frame while the
Squelch Off Momentary key is pressed and held.
Takeover On/Off
Control from an external device is enabled or disabled. If this
function is enabled, controls from external devices connected
to the following ports are disabled.
• External Monitor
• External PTT
• AUX Input
• AUX I/O (Input)
Test Tone On/Off
The repeater transmits or stops transmitting the Test Tone.
Refer to 3.3 Test Tone on page 6.
TOT Enable/Disable
Time-out Timer is enabled or disabled.
Refer to 8 TIME-OUT TIMER (TOT) on page 17.
Transmit Enable/
Disable
All transmissions are enabled or disabled.
Voting Tone On/Off
Voting Pilot Tone is enabled or disabled.
Refer to 3.5 Voting Pilot Tone on page 8.
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Assigning functions to PF keys. (Refer to FPRG 6.5 Key Assignment Window.)
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12 SCAN
Scan is used to check whether the repeater is receiving a
call.
Example of Priority Scan (if channel 3 is configured for
Priority Channel):
The repeater checks for a signal on each channel while
the repeater is in Conventional Mode, and if a signal is
detected, the repeater receives on the channel where the
signal was detected and scanning will stop.
Channel 1 > Channel 3 > Channel 2 > Channel 3 >
Channel 4 •••
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
If Priority Channel has been configured, the repeater
always scans channels having high priority level.
•
Configuring Priority (Refer to FPRG 6.6.1 Priority.)
Pressing the Scan On/Off key will toggle the Scan
between enabled and disabled. (Refer to 11 KEY
ASSIGNMENT on page 24.)
Also, Scan On or Scan Off can be assigned to the AUX
Input Port so scan operation can be controlled by external
devices. (Refer to 15 FUNCTION PORT on page 38.)
The following are relevant to scan and can be configured
using KPG-109D:
•
Priority
•
Priority Channel
•
Lookback Time A
•
Lookback Time B
•
Revert Channel
•
Dropout Delay Time
•
Dwell Time
•
Off-hook Scan
12.2 Priority Channel
Priority Channel is a channel that is preferentially
scanned during the Priority Scan.
One of Channel Number 1 to Number 30 can be
configured as a Priority Channel.
The display for a Priority Channel and the display for
other channels varies as follows. (Refer to Table 1-8 LED
Display Example.)
Table 12-2 Display Example for the Priority Channel
Display
Example
Description
16.
If Channel number 16 is anything other than
a Priority Channel and a channel to be
scanned
16
If Channel number 16 is anything other than
a Priority Channel and a channel not to be
scanned
1.6
If Channel number 16 is configured as a
Priority Channel
12.1 Priority
Priority is used to scan Priority Channel preferentially
while the repeater is scanning.
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
Priority can be configured using KPG-109D.
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Table 12-1 Priority Scan
Configuration
Description
None
No Priority Channel will be configured.
The repeater sequentially scans all channels
in the Scan List.
Fixed
The channel selected from the Priority
Channel dropdown list will be configured as
the priority channel.
The repeater will preferentially scan a Priority
Channel.
Selected
The selected channel will be configured as a
Priority Channel.
The repeater will preferentially scan a Priority
Channel.
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Configuring the Priority Channel (Refer to FPRG
6.6.2 Priority Channel.)
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12.3 Lookback Time
12.4 Revert Channel
Lookback is used to check a Priority Channel at a
constant interval while the repeater is receiving a normal
channel if a Priority Channel is configured for the
repeater.
Revert Channel is the transmit channel to be used if the
repeater transmits during the scan.
Intervals to start the Priority Scan will be either Lookback
Time A or Lookback Time B depending on the receiving
status on the Priority Channel.
Revert Channel can be configured using KPG-109D.
Table 12-3 Revert Channel
Configuration
Last Called
While the repeater is scanning, the channel
last called will be the channel that is used to
transmit.
While the repeater pauses scanning, the
channel where the scan pauses will be the
channel that is used to transmit.
Last Used
While the repeater is scanning, the channel
last transmitted on will be the channel that is
used to transmit.
While the repeater pauses scanning, the
channel where the scan pauses will be the
channel that is used to transmit.
Selected
The currently selected channel will be the
channel that is used to transmit regardless of
the scanning status.
Selected+
Talkback
While the repeater is scanning, the currently
selected channel will be the channel that is
used to transmit.
While the repeater pauses scanning, the
channel where the scan pauses will be the
channel that is used to transmit.
Priority
Priority Channel will be used as a traffic
channel regardless of the scanning status.
Priority+
Talkback
While the repeater is scanning, the Priority
Channel will be used as a traffic channel.
While the repeater pauses scanning, the
channel where the scan pauses will be the
channel that is used to transmit.
„ Lookback Time A
Lookback Time A is the interval time required to check
a Priority Channel while the repeater is receiving a
normal channel having a carrier different from a
Priority Channel. Shorter interval time than the
Lookback Time B must be configured since the
repeater is called using the Priority Channel all the
time.
„ Lookback Time B
Lookback Time B is the interval time required to check
a Priority Channel while the repeater is receiving on a
normal channel having the same carrier as a Priority
Channel and unmatched QT tone frequency or DQT
codes or RAN codes.
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
•
Configuring the Lookback Time A (Refer to FPRG
6.6.3 Lookback Time A.)
•
Configuring the Lookback Time B (Refer to FPRG
6.6.4 Lookback Time B.)
Description
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Configuring the Revert Channel (Refer to FPRG
6.6.5 Revert Channel.)
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12 SCAN
12.5 Dropout Delay Time
Dropout Delay Time is the amount of time from when the
repeater completes receiving until the repeater resumes
scanning.
Scan will pause if the repeater receives a call during the
scan. The subscriber unit resumes scanning after the
Dropout Delay Time elapses.
Following are the conditions for the repeater to resume
scanning:
•
There is no signal to receive.
•
QT/DQT does not match.
•
RAN does not match.
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
•
Configuring the Dropout Delay Time. (Refer to
FPRG 6.6.6 Dropout Delay Time.)
12.6 Dwell Time
Scan pauses if the repeater transmits during the scan.
Dwell Time is the amount of time from when the repeater
completes transmitting until scan resumes.
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
•
Configuring the Dwell Time. (Refer to FPRG 6.6.7
Dwell Time.)
12.7 Off-hook Scan
Off-hook Scan is a function to start the scan depending
on the status of microphone, either on-hook or off-hook.
If Off-hook Scan is enabled, the repeater starts scanning
regardless of the on-hook or off-hook state of the PTT
(microphone) switch.
If Off-hook Scan is disabled, the repeater starts scanning
only if the PTT (microphone) switch is in the on-hook
state.
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Configuring the Off-hook Scan to be enabled or
disabled. (Refer to FPRG 6.6.8 Off-hook Scan.)
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DTMF (Dual Tone Multiple Frequency) is signaling using
tones with two different frequencies. DTMF can be used
to remotely control the repeater.
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
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DTMF signaling is a combination of two different
frequencies consisting of a high frequency and a low
frequency and consists of 0 to 9, A to D, * and # tones.
Table 13-1 DTMF Frequency List
Low/ High
1209 Hz
1336 Hz
1477 Hz
1633 Hz
697 Hz
1
2
3
A
770 Hz
4
5
6
B
852 Hz
7
8
9
C
941 Hz
*
0
#
D
13.2 First Digit Delay Time
First Digit Delay Time is the amount of time from when
the repeater starts transmitting until the first digit of the
DTMF code is sent out.
Until the configured First Digit Delay Time elapses, the
repeater will transmit unmodulated signals.
Note: This function can be used only in Analog Conventional
Mode.
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
•
The following are relevant to DTMF and can be
configured using KPG-109D:
•
DTMF Speed
•
First Digit Delay Time
•
First Digit Time
•
* and # Digit Time
•
Encode/Decode List
Configuring the DTMF Speed. (Refer to FPRG
6.7.1 DTMF Speed.)
Configuring the First Digit Delay Time. (Refer to
FPRG 6.7.2 First Digit Delay Time.)
13.3 First Digit Time
First Digit Time is used to extend the amount of time from
when the repeater starts transmitting the DTMF code until
the first digit of the DTMF code is sent out.
13.1 DTMF Speed
DTMF Speed is the speed to send out the DTMF codes.
Transmit speed of the DTMF code can be configured
using the number digits to be sent per second. The
repeater sends the DTMF code at the configured speed.
The number of digits per second to transmit the DTMF
codes can be selected from 6, 8, 10 or 15 by using KPG109D.
Following are durations for Digit Time (transmit time) and
Gap Time (muted time) depending on the selected value.
Extending the transmission time of the first digit of the
DTMF code will cause the subscriber unit at the receiving
end to easily recognize the incoming DTMF codes in
order to avoid failure in receiving the DTMF code while
the subscriber unit is in the battery saver mode or
scanning.
The delay time until the first digit of the DTMF code is
sent out is the sum of the transmission time configured for
DTMF Speed and First Digit Time.
Transmit Time for the 1st digit of DTMF = value
configured for DTMF Speed (Digit Time) + value
configured First Digit Time
Example: First Digit Time: 100 ms, Encode Code: 123
Table 13-2 DTMF Speed
Configuration
Digit Time
(Transmission
Period)
Gap Time
(Silent Period)
6 digits/s
83.3 ms
83.3 ms
8 digits/s
62.5 ms
62.5 ms
10 digits/s
50.0 ms
50.0 ms
15 digits/s
33.3 ms
33.3 ms
Inactive
PTT
Active
Transmit
Transmit Start
1
DTMF
First Digit Time
Time
Transmit End
Digit Time
2
3
Count Start Expire
0s
100 ms
Figure 13-1 First Digit Time
Note: If 15 digits/s is configured for DTMF Speed, DTMF codes
may not be decoded by the receiving subscriber unit.
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Note: If the first digit of the DTMF code is the * tone or # tone, the
first digit will be sent out using the value configured for First
Digit Time or the value configured for * and # Digit,
whichever is longer.
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
•
Configuring the First Digit Time. (Refer to FPRG
6.7.3 First Digit Time.)
13.5 Encode/Decode List
Encode/Decode List is the list in which the DTMF Encode
and Decode are configured.
Encode:
DTMF Encode code is the DTMF code to be set if the
repeater receives a command from an external device or
if the function assigned to the AUX port is activated or
deactivated, or enabled or disabled. A DTMF code
consisting of a maximum of 16 digits can be sent.
Decode:
13.4 * and # Digit Time
* and # Digit Time is used to extend the duration longer
than ordinary for the repeater to automatically send the *
tone and # tone of the DTMF code.
Since * tone and # tone are more frequently used for
special tasks, * and # Digit Time enables the repeater to
easily recognize the subscriber unit at the receiving end.
The duration until the * tone and # tone is sent out is the
sum of the transmission time configured for DTMF Speed
and the * and # Digit Time.
DTMF transmission time of the * and # tones =
DTMF Speed (Digit Time) + * and # Digit Time
Example: * and # Digit Time: 100 ms, Encode Code: *01
DTMF Decode code is the DTMF code used for the
repeater to wait to receive codes sent from another
subscriber unit that remotely controls the repeater. If the
decode code matches the code configured for the
repeater, a function assigned to a PF key and AUX port
on the repeater will be activated or deactivated or toggled
between enabled and disabled. The repeater can wait to
receive a maximum of 16 digits of DTMF code.
Following are relevant to DTMF Encode and can be
configured using KPG-109D:
•
Frequency
•
Period
•
Sidetone
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Inactive
PTT
Active
Transmit
Transmit Start
Digit Time
*
DTMF
* and # Digit Time
0
•
Transmit End
1
13.5.1 Frequency
Count Start Expire
Time
0s
100 ms
Figure 13-2 * and # Digit Time
Note: If the first digit of the DTMF code is the * tone or # tone, the
first digit will be sent out using the value configured for First
Digit Time or the value configured for * and # Digit,
whichever is longer.
Frequency is a transmission frequency to send a tone if a
Transpond in the Single Tone format is sent when the
repeater receives an Air Remote code or when the
function assigned to a PF key or AUX port is activated or
deactivated or the function is enabled or disabled.
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„ Configuration using KPG-109D
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Configuring the Encode/Decode List. (Refer to
FPRG 6.8 Encode/Decode List Window.)
Configuring the Frequency. (Refer to FPRG 6.8.1
Encode Tab.)
Configuring the * and # Digit Time. (Refer to
FPRG 6.7.4 * and # Digit Time.)
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13.5.2 Period
Period is a duration to send a Transpond in the Single
Tone format when the repeater receives an Air Remote
code or when the function assigned to a PF key or AUX
port is activated or deactivated or the function is enabled
or disabled.
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
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Configuring the Period. (Refer to FPRG 6.8.1
Encode Tab.)
13.5.3 Sidetone
Sidetone is used to emit the Sidetone when the repeater
sends DTMF code. If this function is enabled, the
repeater emits the transmitted tones of DTMF codes from
the speaker.
Note: No sidetone sounds while the channel on which the repeater
transmits is in Simplex Mode.
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
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Configuring the Sidetone. (Refer to FPRG 6.8.1
Encode Tab.)
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14 REMOTE CONTROL
Remote Control is used to control functions assigned to
PF keys or AUX ports by using the Air Remote code.
14.1 PF Key
Air Remote code is a series of DTMF codes
preconfigured for the repeater for control purposes.
Functions assigned to the PF keys can be controlled
using the Air Remote code.
If the DTMF code sent from the external subscriber unit
matches the Air Remote code preconfigured for the
repeater at the receiving end, functions (Channel Up,
Scan On/Off, etc.) configured for the repeater will be
activated or deactivated, or enabled or disabled.
The following functions relevant to PF key control can be
configured using KPG-109D:
Note: Although the Air Remote code is an analog signal, it can be
used on a digital conventional channel.
„ Conditions for Air Remote
1. If the same function is configured for an AUX Input
(Level) port, PF key and Air Remote, the state of
the AUX Input (Level) port has higher priority level
and the PF key operation is not accepted. Air
Remote will also be cancelled and the repeater
does not send back the Transpond code. For
instance, if Scan is configured for the AUX Input
(Level) port and the Scan function is activated,
functions relevant to Scan assigned to PF keys
and Air Remote will be disabled.
2. Timing to send the Transpond code can be
selected from “Before”, “After” and “Both” for each
function activated by the received Air Remote
code. (Refer to 14.1.3 Transponder (PF Key) on
page 33.)
3. Following are channels on which the repeater
sends the Air Remote code while the repeater is
scanning.
Table 14-1 Channels for Repeater to Send
Air Remote Code during Scan
Transmission
Event
While Repeater is
Scanning
While Repeater
Stops Scanning
AUX Input
Revert Channel
Revert Channel
AUX Output
Revert Channel
Channel on which the
repeater paused
scanning
Air Remote
Transpond
-
Channel on which the
repeater paused
scanning
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Activation (PF Key)
•
Deactivation (PF Key)
•
Transponder (PF Key)
•
Single Tone (PF Key Transponder)
•
Activation (PF Key Transponder)
•
Deactivation (PF Key Transponder)
14.1.1 Activation (PF Key)
Activation (PF Key) is a function to activate or enable a
function assigned to the PF key when the repeater
receives the Air Remote code.
If the received Air Remote code matches the decode
code preconfigured for the repeater, the repeater will
activate or enable a function assigned to the PF key.
The Air Remote code to be used can be selected from the
Encode/Decode List. (Refer to 13.5 Encode/Decode List
on page 30.)
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
•
Configuring the Activation (PF Key). (Refer to
FPRG 6.9.4 PF Key Tab.)
14.1.2 Deactivation (PF Key)
Deactivation (PF Key) is a function to deactivate or
disable a function assigned to the PF key when the
repeater receives the Air Remote code.
If the received Air Remote code matches the decode
code preconfigured for the repeater, the repeater will
deactivate or disable a function assigned to the PF key.
The Air Remote code to be used can be selected from the
Encode/Decode List. (Refer to 13.5 Encode/Decode List
on page 30.)
Note:
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Since COR and TOR that can be assigned to the AUX
Output port are treated as receive signals, they will be
transmitted while scan pauses. (Refer to 15.3 Available
Functions for the AUX Output Port on page 46.)
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Since the Air Remote code is received beforehand, the
Transpond code can always be sent while scan pauses.
However, the repeater sends the Transpond code using the
Revert Channel after the repeater starts scanning if the
repeater starts scanning with the Air Remote code.
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„ Configuration using KPG-109D
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Deactivation (PF Key Transponder):
The repeater sends the Transpond code when the
repeater receives the Air Remote code and then a
function assigned to the PF key is deactivated or
disabled.
Configuring the Deactivation (PF Key). (Refer to
FPRG 6.9.4 PF Key Tab.)
14.1.3 Transponder (PF Key)
„ Configuring the Single Tone
Transponder (PF Key) is a function that notifies the
transmitting subscriber unit by sending the Transpond
code that the repeater has received an Air Remote code
when the repeater receives the Air Remote code and then
a function assigned to the PF key is activated or
deactivated, or enabled or disabled.
Single Tone is used to send the Transpond code
using Single Tone.
If this function is enabled, the repeater will send the
Transpond code using Single Tone. In this case,
frequency and the time required to send the Single
Tone can be configured. (Refer to 13.5 Encode/
Decode List on page 30.)
Timing to send the Transpond code can be selected from
“None”, “Before”, “After” and “Both” for each function.
If this function is disabled, the repeater will send the
DTMF tone configured in the Encode/ Decode List as
a Transpond code. (Refer to 13.5 Encode/Decode
List on page 30.)
None:
The repeater does not send the Transpond code.
Before:
The repeater sends the Transpond code when the
repeater receives the Air Remote code. If transmission is
disabled, the repeater does not send the Transpond
code.
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After:
The repeater sends the Transpond code after processing
the received Air Remote code. If transmission is
disabled, the repeater does not send the Transpond
code. Also, the repeater does not send the Transpond
code if no Air Remote code is processed.
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Configuring the Transponder (PF Key). (Refer to
FPRG 6.9.4 PF Key Tab.)
•
Configuring the Transpond Code. (Refer to FPRG
6.9.4 PF Key Tab.)
•
Configuring the Single Tone to be enabled or
disabled. (Refer to FPRG 6.9.4 PF Key Tab.)
Both:
The repeater sends the Transpond code when the
repeater receives the Air Remote code and after the
received Air Remote code is processed. If transmission
is disabled, the repeater does not send the Transpond
code.
„ Configuring the Transpond Code
Each Transponder code that is sent when a function
assigned to the PF key is activated or deactivated, or
enabled or disabled, after the repeater receives the
Air Remote code can be configured.
Transpond code can be configured for Activation (PF
Key) or Deactivation (PF Key) using KPG-109D.
Activation (PF Key Transponder):
The repeater sends the Transpond code when the
repeater receives the Air Remote code and then a
function assigned to the PF key is activated or
enabled.
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14.2 AUX Input/Output
14.2.2 Deactivation (AUX Input)
AUX Input/Output is a function to control a function
assigned to the AUX Input port using the Air Remote
code. The Air Remote code is also sent out when the
function assigned to the AUX Output port is activated or
enabled.
Deactivation (AUX Input) is a function to deactivate or
disable a function assigned to the AUX Input port when
the repeater receives the Air Remote code.
The following functions relevant to control of AUX Input/
Output ports can be configured using KPG-109D:
•
Activation (AUX Input)
•
Deactivation (AUX Input)
•
Activation (AUX Output)
•
Deactivation (AUX Output)
•
Transponder (AUX Input)
•
Transponder (AUX Output)
•
Logic Type
•
Single Tone (AUX Transponder)
•
Activation (AUX Transponder)
•
Deactivation (AUX Transponder)
If a function is assigned to the AUX Input port, a decode
code, that deactivates or disables the function assigned
to the AUX Input port when the repeater receives the Air
Remote code, can be configured. If the received Air
Remote code matches the decode code preconfigured for
the repeater, the repeater will deactivate or disable a
function assigned to the AUX Input port.
Also, if no function is assigned to the AUX Input port
(None), the encode code to be sent when the port input is
disabled can be configured. The repeater can encode
codes linked with sensor input of external devices, etc.
The Air Remote code to be used can be selected from the
Encode/Decode List. (Refer to 13.5 Encode/Decode List
on page 30.)
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
•
Configuring the Deactivation (AUX Input). (Refer
to FPRG 6.9.5 AUX Input/Output Tab.)
14.2.1 Activation (AUX Input)
Activation (AUX Input) is a function to activate or enable a
function assigned to the AUX Input port when the
repeater receives the Air Remote code.
If a function is assigned to an AUX Input port, a decode
code, that activates or enables the function assigned to
the AUX Input port when the repeater receives the Air
Remote code, can be configured. If the received Air
Remote code matches the decode code preconfigured for
the repeater, the repeater will activate or enable a
function assigned to the AUX Input port.
Also, if no function is assigned to the AUX Input port
(None), the encode code to be sent when the port input is
enabled can be configured. The repeater can encode
codes linked with sensor input of external devices, etc.
14.2.3 Transponder (AUX Input)
Transponder (AUX Input) is a function to notify the
transmitting subscriber unit by sending the Transpond
code that the repeater has received an Air Remote code
when the repeater receives the Air Remote code and then
a function assigned to an AUX Input port is activated or
deactivated, or enabled or disabled.
Timing to send the Transpond code can be selected from
“None”, “Before”, “After” and “Both” for each function.
None:
The repeater does not send the Transpond code.
Before:
The Air Remote code to be used can be selected from the
Encode/Decode List. (Refer to 13.5 Encode/Decode List
on page 30.)
The repeater sends the Transpond code when the
repeater receives the Air Remote code. If transmission is
disabled, the repeater does not send the Transpond
code.
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
After:
•
Configuring the Activation (AUX Input). (Refer to
FPRG 6.9.5 AUX Input/Output Tab.)
The repeater sends the Transpond code after processing
the received Air Remote code. If transmission is
disabled, the repeater does not send the Transpond
code. Also, the repeater does not send the Transpond
code if no Air Remote code is processed.
Both:
The repeater sends the Transpond code when the
repeater receives the Air Remote code and after the
received Air Remote code is processed. If transmission
is disabled, the repeater does not send the Transpond
code.
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14.2.4 Activation (AUX Output)
„ Configuring the Transpond Code
Each Transponder code that is sent when a function
assigned to an AUX Input port is activated or
deactivated, after the repeater receives the Air
Remote code can be configured.
Transpond code can be configured for Activation or
Deactivation using KPG-109D.
Activation:
The repeater sends the Transpond code when the
repeater receives the Air Remote code and then a
function assigned to the AUX Input port is activated.
Deactivation:
The repeater sends the Transpond code when the
repeater receives the Air Remote code and then a
function assigned to the AUX Input port is deactivated.
Activation (AUX Output) is used to send the Air Remote
code when the function assigned to the AUX Output port
is activated or enabled.
The decode code can be configured if no function is
assigned to the AUX Output port (None). If the repeater
receives the external Air Remote code which matches the
decode code configured for the repeater, the port output
status can be controlled.
The Air Remote code to be used can be selected from the
Encode/Decode List. (Refer to 13.5 Encode/Decode List
on page 30.)
Note: This function cannot be used if TXS or Transmit Unlock is
assigned to the AUX Output port.
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
„ Configuring the Single Tone
•
Single Tone is used to send the Transpond code
using a Single Tone.
If this function is enabled, the repeater will send the
Transpond code using Single Tone. In this case, the
frequency and the duration required to send the
Single Tone can be configured. (Refer to 13.5
Encode/Decode List on page 30.)
If this function is disabled, the repeater will send the
DTMF tone configured in the Encode/ Decode List as
a Transpond code. (Refer to 13.5 Encode/Decode
List on page 30.)
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
•
Configuring the AUX Input Transponder. (Refer to
FPRG 6.9.5 AUX Input/Output Tab.)
•
Configuring the Transpond Code. (Refer to FPRG
6.9.5 AUX Input/Output Tab.)
•
Configuring the Single Tone to be enabled or
disabled. (Refer to FPRG 6.9.5 AUX Input/Output
Tab.)
14.2.5 Deactivation (AUX Output)
Deactivation (AUX Output) is used to send the Air
Remote code when the function assigned to the AUX
Output port is deactivated or disabled.
The decode code can be configured if no function is
assigned to the AUX Output port (None). If the repeater
receives the external Air Remote code which matches the
decode code configured for the repeater, the port output
status can be controlled.
The Air Remote code to be used can be selected from the
Encode/Decode List. (Refer to 13.5 Encode/Decode List
on page 30.)
Note: This function cannot be used if TXS or Transmit Unlock is
assigned to the AUX Output port.
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Configuring the Deactivation (AUX Output). (Refer
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14.2.6 Transponder (AUX Output)
„ Configuring the Single Tone
Single Tone is used to send the Transpond code
using a Single Tone.
Transponder (AUX Output) is a function to notify the
transmitting subscriber unit by sending the Transpond
code that the repeater has received an Air Remote code
when the repeater receives the Air Remote code and then
the AUX Output port is activated or deactivated.
If this function is enabled, the repeater will send the
Transpond code using Single Tone. In this case,
frequency and the time required to send the Single
Tone can be configured. (Refer to 13.5 Encode/
Decode List on page 30.)
This function can be used only if no function is assigned
to the AUX Output port (None).
If this function is disabled, the repeater will send the
DTMF tone configured in the Encode/ Decode List as
a Transpond code. (Refer to 13.5 Encode/Decode
List on page 30.)
Timing to send the Transpond code can be selected from
“None”, “Before”, “After” and “Both” for each function.
None:
The repeater does not send the Transpond code.
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
Before:
•
The repeater sends the Transpond code when the
repeater receives the Air Remote code. If transmission is
disabled, the repeater does not send the Transpond
code.
Configuring the AUX Output Transponder. (Refer
to FPRG 6.9.5 AUX Input/Output Tab.)
•
Configuring the Transpond Code. (Refer to FPRG
6.9.5 AUX Input/Output Tab.)
•
Configuring the Single Tone to be enabled or
disabled. (Refer to FPRG 6.9.5 AUX Input/Output
Tab.)
After:
The repeater sends the Transpond code after processing
the received Air Remote code. If transmission is
disabled, the repeater does not send the Transpond
code. Also, the repeater does not send the Transpond
code if no Air Remote code is processed.
Both:
The repeater sends the Transpond code when the
repeater receives the Air Remote code and after the
received Air Remote code is processed. If transmission
is disabled, the repeater does not send the Transpond
code.
Transponder code that is sent when the AUX Output
port is activated or deactivated after the repeater
receives the Air Remote code can be configured
individually.
Activation:
Logic Type is the logic operation to enable or disable the
AUX Output port by using the Air Remote code.
This function can be used only if no function is assigned
to the AUX Output port (None).
Logic Type can be configured using KPG-109D.
Table 14-2 Logic Type
„ Configuring the Transpond Code
Transpond code can be configured for Activation or
Deactivation using KPG-109D.
14.2.7 Logic Type
Configuration
Description
Active Low
The state of the AUX Output port will go Low
when the AUX Output port is activated.
Active High
The state of the AUX Output port will go
High when the AUX Output port is activated.
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
•
The repeater sends the Transpond code when the
AUX Output port is activated after the repeater
receives the Air Remote code.
Configuring the Logic Type. (Refer to FPRG 6.9.5
AUX Input/Output Tab.)
Deactivation:
The repeater sends the Transpond code when the
AUX Output port is deactivated after the repeater
receives the Air Remote code.
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14.3 Remote Access with
QT/DQT
Remote Access with QT/DQT is used to accept the Air
Remote code when the repeater receives the Air Remote
code depending on the matching state of QT tone
frequency or DQT codes.
If this function is enabled, the repeater will accept the Air
Remote code only if the received QT tone frequency or
DQT codes matches the QT tone frequency or DQT
codes preconfigured for the repeater. The repeater can
transmit using Repeater PTT, but the repeater cannot
repeat the signals if Repeat Disable is configured.
If this function is disabled, the repeater will accept the Air
Remote code even if only a carrier is received or the
received QT tone frequency or DQT codes does not
match the QT tone frequency or DQT codes
preconfigured for the repeater. However, the repeater
cannot transmit using Repeater PTT if no conditions to
repeat are fulfilled.
Note:

This function is applicable only to receiving the Air Remote code.

If this function is enabled, the repeater will proceed to do QT/
DQT Decode for the Air Remote code even if QT/DQT Decode
is disabled as below.
•
•
If Off-hook Decode is disabled and the microphone is in the
Off-hook state.
When Monitor is activated.
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
•
Configuring the Remote Access with QT/DQT to
be enabled or disabled. (Refer to FPRG 6.9.1
Remote Access with QT/DQT.)
14.4 Clear to Transpond
Clear to Transpond is a function that the repeater will wait
to send the Transpond code until the channel becomes
available if the channel is busy when the repeater
receives the Air Remote code and sends the Transpond
code.
If this function is enabled and a channel is busy, the
repeater will wait to send the Transpond code until the
channel becomes available.
If this function is disabled, the repeater will send the
Transpond code even if a channel is busy.
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
•
Configuring the Clear to Transpond to be enabled
or disabled. (Refer to FPRG 6.9.2 Clear to
Transpond.)
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NXR-700 and NXR-800 are equipped with the following
input and output ports to which functions can be
assigned.
•
Remote System Standby External Input is a port
used for temporarily deactivating a control channel
in a site or reactivating the channel as a control
channel. (Refer to 21.11 Remote System Standby
on page 67.)
z AUX Input/Output 1 to AUX Input/Output 6:
If the repeater is serving in Conventional Mode, either
AUX Input port or AUX Output port can be assigned to
the AUX Input/Output port. Channel Select and
Multiple Encode/Decode Table Select can also be
assigned to AUX Input/Output ports. (Refer to 15.1
Available Functions for the AUX Input/Output Port on
page 39.)
If the repeater is serving in Trunking Mode, the AUX
Input/Output 6 port can be used as an Internal Busy
Output port. Internal Busy Output is a port that
enables the repeater to notify external devices that the
repeater has been in use as a channel of an NXDN
Trunking System. If the repeater is shared for use in
both an NXDN Trunking System and LTR Trunking
System, the command that disables the repeater from
being used in an LTR Trunking System while the
system is serving in an NXDN Trunking System can
be issued to an LTR Controller. (Refer to 21.7 Crossbusy on page 62.)
z AUX Input 1 to AUX Input 3:
Remote System Standby External input (AUX
Input 2)
•
Failure Channel Input (AUX Input 3)
Failure Channel Input is a port to be used for
activating the Failure Control Channel Switching.
(Refer to 21.9 Failure Control Channel Switching/
Failure Traffic Channel Remove on page 66.)
z AUX Output 1 to AUX Output 5:
If the repeater is serving in Conventional Mode,
various functions to control external devices can be
assigned to the AUX Output port. The repeater
transfers control signals to the external device
depending on the repeater status. (Refer to 15.3
Available Functions for the AUX Output Port on page
46.)
The input port and output port are available on the 25-pin
D-sub connector and 15-pin connector on the rear panel
of the repeater. (Refer to 1.2 Rear Panel on page 1.)
If the repeater is serving in Conventional Mode,
various functions to control external devices can be
assigned to the AUX Input port. A function assigned
to the AUX Input port will be activated or deactivated,
or enabled or disabled by the level of the voltage
externally applied to the AUX Input port. (Refer to
15.2 Available Functions for the AUX Input Port on
page 41.)
If the repeater is serving in Trunking Mode, the AUX
Input 1, AUX Input 2 and AUX Input 3 ports can be
used respectively as described below.
•
External Busy Input (AUX Input 1)
Figure 15-1 25-pin D-sub Connector
Table 15-1 Input/ Output Ports on the 25-pin D-sub
Connector
Pin
Number
Signal
Name
4
AUXI 1
(AI1)
External Busy Input is a port that can be used to
prevent the repeater from serving as a channel in
an NXDN Trunking System upon detection of a
busy signal from the external device. To prevent
other transceivers and systems from being
interfered with, a busy signal can be acquired from
the external device which monitors the transmit
frequency by using this port. Also, if the repeater
is shared for use in both an NXDN Trunking
System and LTR Trunking System, the repeater
can be disabled from being used in an NXDN
Trunking System by detecting this signal while the
repeater is serving in an LTR Trunking System.
(Refer to 21.7 Cross-busy on page 62.)
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Conventional Mode:
Programmable Function Input 1
Trunking Mode:
External Busy Input
5
AUXI 2
(AI2)
Input
6
AUXI 3
(AI3)
Input
Conventional Mode:
Programmable Function Input 3
Trunking Mode:
Failure Channel Input
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Description
Conventional Mode:
Programmable Function Input 2
Trunking Mode:
Remote System Standby
External Input
20
38
Input/
Output
AUXIO 1
(IO1)
Conventional Mode:
Programmable Function Input/
Input/
Output 1
Output
Trunking Mode:
Not used
AUXIO 2
(IO2)
Conventional Mode:
Programmable Function Input/
Input/
Output 2
Output
Trunking Mode:
Not used
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Pin
Number
22
23
24
25
Signal
Name
AUXIO 3
(IO3)
AUXIO 4
(IO4)
Input/
Output
Description
Conventional Mode:
Programmable Function Input/
Input/
Output 3
Output
Trunking Mode:
Not used
Conventional Mode:
Programmable Function Input/
Input/
Output 4
Output
Trunking Mode:
Not used
AUXIO 5
(IO5)
Conventional Mode:
Programmable Function Input/
Input/
Output 5
Output
Trunking Mode:
Not used
AUXIO 6
(IO6)
Conventional Mode:
Programmable Function Input/
Input/
Output 6
Output
Trunking Mode:
Internal Busy Output
15.1 Available Functions for the
AUX Input/Output Port
One of the following functions can be assigned to the
AUX Input/Output port.
•
AUX Input:
The AUX Input port is assigned.
•
AUX Output:
The AUX Output port is assigned.
•
Channel Select:
The repeater will migrate to one of the channels (1 to
16) if the logic state of the AUX Input/ Output port
goes High or Low. A maximum of 30 channels can be
configured for the repeater, but only 16 channels can
be selected with Channel Select.
This function can be assigned only to AUX Input/
Output 1 to AUX Input/Output 4 ports. The following
are channels to which the repeater can migrate
according to the configuration.
Table 15-3 Channel Select 1
Assigning the Channel Select
Migratable Channels
AUX Input/Output 1 to
AUX Input/Output 4
1 to 16
AUX Input/Output 1 to
AUX Input/Output 3
1 to 8
AUX Input/Output 1 to
AUX Input/Output 2
1 to 4
AUX Input/Output 1
1 or 2
Figure 15-2 15-pin Connector
Table 15-4 Channel Select 2
Table 15-2 Input/ Output Ports on 15-pin Connector
Pin
Number
Signal Name
10
Auxiliary output 1
(AO1)
11
13
14
15
Input/
Output
H: High, L: Low
Description
Channel
Conventional Mode:
Auxiliary Output 1
Output
Trunking Mode:
Not used
1
AUX Input/ AUX Input/ AUX Input/ AUX Input/
Output 4
Output 3
Output 2
Output 1
H
H
H
L
2
H
H
L
H
3
H
H
L
L
4
H
L
H
H
5
H
L
H
L
Auxiliary output 2
(AO2)
Conventional Mode:
Auxiliary Output 2
Output
Trunking Mode:
Not used
6
H
L
L
H
Auxiliary output 3
(AO3)
Conventional Mode:
Auxiliary Output 3
Output
Trunking Mode:
Not used
7
H
L
L
L
8
L
H
H
H
9
L
H
H
L
Conventional Mode:
Auxiliary Output 4
Trunking Mode:
Not used
10
L
H
L
H
11
L
H
L
L
12
L
L
H
H
Conventional Mode:
Auxiliary Output 5
Output
Trunking Mode:
Not used
13
L
L
H
L
14
L
L
L
H
15
L
L
L
L
16
H
H
H
H
Auxiliary output 4
(AO4)
Auxiliary output 5
(AO5)
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•
Multiple Encode/Decode Table Select:
The repeater will work using the signaling specified with
Multiple Encode/Decode Table Select.
The repeater will use one of No. 1 to No. 15 tables
configured for Multiple Encode/Decode Table while
the logic state of the AUX Input/Output port is High or
Low.
•
If no signaling is configured for the Multiple Encode/Decode
Table, the repeater will function using the Primary signaling.
If a signaling type is configured for the Multiple Encode/
Decode Table, the repeater will work using the signaling
specified with Multiple Encode/Decode Table Select.
This function can be assigned only to AUX Input/
Output 1 to AUX Input/Output 4 ports.
Table 15-5 Multiple Encode/Decode Table Select

If Multiple Encode/Decode Table is specified on a channel for
which no Multiple Encode/Decode Table is preconfigured, the
table will be deactivated and the repeater will be operated using
the Primary signaling.

If the Multiple Encode/Decode Table is specified while the
repeater is transmitting, the repeater will stop transmitting and
start using the signaling type specified with Multiple Encode/
Decode Table Select.
H: High, L: Low
Multi Table AUX Input/ AUX Input/ AUX Input/ AUX Input/
No.
Output 4
Output 3
Output 2
Output 1
1
H
H
H
L
2
H
H
L
H
3
H
H
L
L
4
H
L
H
H
5
H
L
H
L
6
H
L
L
H
7
H
L
L
L
8
L
H
H
H
9
L
H
H
L
10
L
H
L
H
11
L
H
L
L
12
L
L
H
H
13
L
L
H
L
14
L
L
L
H
15
L
L
L
L
Preset
H
H
H
H
If either Analog Signaling or Digital Signaling is blank in
the specified Multiple Encode/Decode Table.
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
•
Assigning Functions to the AUX Input/Output Port.
(Refer to FPRG 6.10.2 AUX Tab.)
Note:

If all ports for which Multiple Encode/Decode Table Select is
configured are inactive, the repeater will function using the
preconfigured Multiple Encode/Decode Table.

If all ports for which Multiple Encode/Decode Table Select is
configured are activated, the repeater will function using the
Multiple Encode/Decode Table specified with Multiple Encode/
Decode Table Select.

If the Multiple Encode/Decode Table in which both Analog
Signaling and Digital Signaling are blank is specified, the
repeater will function using the preset Multiple Encode/Decode
Table.

If the Multiple Encode/Decode Table in which all Analog
Signaling is blank is selected on an Analog Channel, the
repeater will function using the preset Multiple Encode/Decode
Table.

If the Multiple Encode/Decode Table in which all Digital
Signaling is blank is selected on a Digital Channel, the repeater
will function using the preset Multiple Encode/Decode Table.

The repeater will function in the following manner on channels in
Mixed Mode.
•
If both Analog Signaling and Digital Signaling are blank
in the specified Multiple Encode/Decode Table.
The repeater will function using the Primary signaling.
•
40
If both Analog Signaling and Digital Signaling are
configured in the specified Multiple Encode/Decode
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15.2 Available Functions for the AUX Input Port
Following functions can be assigned to the AUX Input port.
Three functions (1st, 2nd and 3rd) can be assigned to the AUX Input port. If a signal input to the AUX Input port is
detected, all assigned functions will be activated or enabled.
Table 15-6 Available Functions for the AUX Input Port
Function Name
Description of Functions
None
The repeater does not respond.
AUX Output 1 Off to
AUX Output 5 Off
Deactivates corresponding AUX Output port.
If Level is configured for AUX Input Trigger, corresponding AUX
Output port will be active when the status of the port goes High.
AUX I/O 1 Off to
AUX I/O 6 Off
Deactivates corresponding AUX I/O port.
If Level is configured for AUX Input Trigger, corresponding AUX
I/O port will be active when the status of the port goes High.
AUX Output 1 On to
AUX Output 5 On
Activates corresponding AUX Output port.
If Level is configured for AUX Input Trigger, corresponding AUX
Output port will be inactive when the status of the port goes High.
AUX I/O 1 On to
AUX I/O 6 On
Activates corresponding AUX I/O port.
If Level is configured for AUX Input Trigger, corresponding AUX
I/O port will be inactive when the status of the port goes High.
AUX Output 1 On/Off to Toggles corresponding AUX Output port between active and
AUX Output 5 On/Off
inactive.
AUX I/O 1 On/Off to
AUX I/O 6 On/Off
Toggles corresponding AUX I/O port between active and
inactive.
Channel 1 to Channel
30
The repeater automatically migrates to the corresponding
channel.
Remarks
Refer to 15 FUNCTION PORT on page 38.
• Refer to 15 FUNCTION PORT on page
38.
• This function can be configured only if
Trailing Edge is configured for AUX Input
Trigger. (Refer to 15.2.1 Trigger
Detection at the AUX Input Port on page
46.)
Channel Down
The channel number is decreased in steps of 1.
Channel Up
The channel number is increased in steps of 1.
CW ID On
The repeater sends the CW ID.
CW Message 1 to CW
Message 8
The repeater sends the corresponding CW Message.
Decode Signaling
Disable
Signaling Decode with QT/DQT or RAN is disabled. The
repeater disables the signaling (same as None) even if the
repeater receives on the channel that QT/DQT Decode or RAN
Decode is configured.
If Level is configured for AUX Input Trigger, Decode Signaling
Enable assigned to the AUX Input port will be enabled when the
AUX Input port goes High Level.
Refer to 9 SIGNALING on page 20.
Decode Signaling
Enable
Signaling Decode with QT/DQT or RAN is enabled. The
repeater decodes with the QT/DQT or RAN signaling configured
for a channel.
If Level is configured for AUX Input Trigger, Decode Signaling
Disable assigned to the AUX Input port will be enabled when the
AUX Input port goes High Level.
Decode Signaling
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Refer to 20 CW ID, CW MESSAGE on page
53.
• Refer to 9 SIGNALING on page 20.
• This function can be configured only if
Trailing Edge is configured for AUX Input
Trigger. (Refer to 15.2.1 Trigger
Detection at the AUX Input Port on page
46.)
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15 FUNCTION PORT
Function Name
Description of Functions
Remarks
Encode Signaling
Disable
Signaling Encode with QT/DQT or RAN is disabled. The
repeater disables the signaling (same as None) even if the
repeater transmits on the channel that QT/DQT Encode or RAN
Encode is configured.
If Level is configured for AUX Input Trigger, Encode Signaling
Enable assigned to the AUX Input port will be enabled when the
AUX Input port goes High.
Refer to 9 SIGNALING on page 20.
Encode Signaling
Enable
Signaling Encode with QT/DQT or RAN is enabled. The
repeater transmits the QT/DQT or RAN signaling configured for a
channel when the repeater transmits.
If Level is configured for AUX Input Trigger, Encode Signaling
Disable assigned to the AUX Input port will be enabled when the
AUX Input port goes High.
Encode Signaling
Enable/Disable
Signaling Encode with QT/DQT or RAN is enabled or disabled.
Hold Time Disable
Repeater Hold Time is disabled.
If Level is configured for AUX Input Trigger, Hold Time Enable
assigned to the AUX Input port will be enabled when the AUX
Input port goes High.
Hold Time Enable
Repeater Hold Time is enabled.
If Level is configured for AUX Input Trigger, Hold Time Disable
assigned to the AUX Input port will be enabled when the AUX
Input port goes High.
Hold Time Enable/
Disable
Repeater Hold Time is enabled or disabled.
Local TX Disable
Transmission using the PTT (microphone) switch is disabled.
If Level is configured for AUX Input Trigger, Local Transmit
Enable assigned to the AUX Input port will be enabled when the
AUX Input port goes High.
Local TX Enable
Transmission using the PTT (microphone) switch is enabled.
If Level is configured for AUX Input Trigger, Local Transmit
Disable assigned to the AUX Input port will be enabled when the
AUX Input port goes High.
Local TX Enable/
Disable
Transmissions using the PTT (microphone) switch are enabled
or disabled.
Low Power Off
Low Power On
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• Refer to 9 SIGNALING on page 20.
• This function can be configured only if
Trailing Edge is configured for AUX Input
Trigger. (Refer to 15.2.1 Trigger
Detection at the AUX Input Port on page
46.)
Refer to 7.3 Repeater Hold Time on page
16.
• Refer to 7.3 Repeater Hold Time on page
16.
• This function can be configured only if
Trailing Edge is configured for AUX Input
Trigger. (Refer to 15.2.1 Trigger
Detection at the AUX Input Port on page
46.)
This function can be configured only if
Trailing Edge is configured for AUX Input
Trigger. (Refer to 15.2.1 Trigger Detection
at the AUX Input Port on page 46.)
Transmit power will be switched from Low to High.
If Level is configured for AUX Input Trigger, Low Transmit Power
On assigned to the AUX Input port will be enabled when the AUX This function is available on the channel
Input port goes High.
where High is configured for Transmit
Power. Refer to 4.2 Transmit Power on
Transmit power will be switched from High to Low.
If Level is configured for AUX Input Trigger, Low Transmit Power page 9.
Off assigned to the AUX Input port will be enabled when the AUX
Input port goes High.
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15 FUNCTION PORT
Function Name
Description of Functions
Remarks
• This function is available on the channel
where High is configured for Transmit
Power. (Refer to 4.2 Transmit Power on
page 9.)
• This function can be configured only if
Trailing Edge is configured for AUX Input
Trigger. (Refer to 15.2.1 Trigger
Detection at the AUX Input Port on page
46.)
Low Power On/Off
Transmit power is toggled between Low and High.
Monitor Off
Signaling Decode with QT/DQT or RAN is enabled. QT/DQT will
disable the Mute function when the signaling matches.
If Level is configured for AUX Input Trigger, Monitor On assigned
to the AUX Input port will be enabled when the AUX Input port
goes High.
Monitor On
Signaling Decode with QT/DQT or RAN is disabled. QT/DQT will Refer to 6.1 External Monitor on page 15.
disable the Mute function when the repeater receives a carrier on
an analog channel. QT/DQT will disable the Mute function when
the repeater detects a frame on a NXDN channel.
If Level is configured for AUX Input Trigger, Monitor Off assigned
to the AUX Input port will be enabled when the AUX Input port
goes High.
Monitor On/Off
Signaling Decode with QT/DQT or RAN is enabled or disabled.
Repeat Disable
Disables the capability to transmit the received signals by using
Repeater PTT.
If Level is configured for AUX Input Trigger, Repeat Enable
assigned to the AUX Input port will be enabled when the AUX
Input port goes High.
Repeat Enable
Enables the capability to transmit the received signals by using
Repeater PTT.
If Level is configured for AUX Input Trigger, Repeat Disable
assigned to the AUX Input port will be enabled when the AUX
Input port goes High.
• Refer to 6.1 External Monitor on page 15.
• This function can be configured only if
Trailing Edge is configured for AUX Input
Trigger. (Refer to 15.2.1 Trigger
Detection at the AUX Input Port on page
46.)
This function can be configured only if
Toggles between enabled and disabled the capability to transmit Trailing Edge is configured for AUX Input
Repeat Enable/Disable
Trigger. (Refer to 15.2.1 Trigger Detection
the received signals by using Repeater PTT.
at the AUX Input Port on page 46.)
Reset
The repeater returns to the same state as when the repeater is
turned ON.
Scan Off
Scan is disabled.
If Level is configured for AUX Input Trigger, Scan On will be
enabled for the AUX Input port when the port goes High.
Scan On
Refer to 12 SCAN on page 26.
Scan is enabled.
If Level is configured for AUX Input Trigger, Scan Off assigned to
the AUX Input port will be enabled when the AUX Input port goes
High.
Scan On/Off
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• Refer to 12 SCAN on page 26.
• This function can be configured only if
Trailing Edge is configured for AUX Input
Trigger. (Refer to 15.2.1 Trigger
Detection at the AUX Input Port on page
46.)
Scan is enabled or disabled.
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15 FUNCTION PORT
Function Name
Description of Functions
Scrambler/Encryption
Off
Scrambler or Encryption is disabled.
If Level is configured for AUX Input Trigger, Scrambler/
Encryption On will be enabled for the AUX Input port when the
port goes High.
Scrambler/Encryption
On
Scrambler or Encryption is enabled.
If Level is configured for AUX Input Trigger, Scrambler/
Encryption Off assigned to the AUX Input port will be enabled
when the AUX Input port goes High.
Scrambler/Encryption
On/Off
Scrambler or Encryption is enabled or disabled.
Squelch Off
Squelch opens and the repeater unmutes.
If Level is configured for AUX Input Trigger, Squelch On
assigned to the AUX Input port will be enabled when the AUX
Input port goes High.
Squelch On
Squelch closes and the repeater mutes the received audio.
If Level is configured for AUX Input Trigger, Squelch Off
assigned to the AUX Input port will be enabled when the AUX
Input port goes High.
Remarks
Refer to 17 VOICE SCRAMBLER/
ENCRYPTION on page 50.
• Refer to 17 VOICE SCRAMBLER/
ENCRYPTION on page 50.
• This function can be configured only if
Trailing Edge is configured for AUX Input
Trigger. (Refer to 15.2.1 Trigger
Detection at the AUX Input Port on page
46.)
Squelch On/Off
Squelch is enabled or disabled.
This function can be configured only if
Trailing Edge is configured for AUX Input
Trigger. (Refer to 15.2.1 Trigger Detection
at the AUX Input Port on page 46.)
TA line Pre-emphasis
Off
TA line Pre-emphasis Off is disabled.
The default (TA line Pre-emphasis On is enabled) is applied to
the AUX Input port when the AUX Input port goes High.
This function can be configured only if Level
is configured for AUX Input Trigger. (Refer
to 15.2.1 Trigger Detection at the AUX Input
Port on page 46.)
TA line Pre-emphasis
On/Off
TA line Pre-emphasis is enabled or disabled.
This function can be configured only if
Trailing Edge is configured for AUX Input
Trigger. (Refer to 15.2.1 Trigger Detection
at the AUX Input Port on page 46.)
Test Tone Off
The repeater stops transmitting the Test Tone.
If Level is configured for AUX Input Trigger, Test Tone On
assigned to the AUX Input port will be enabled when the AUX
Input port goes High.
Test Tone On
The repeater transmits the Test Tone.
If Level is configured for AUX Input Trigger, Test Tone Off
assigned to the AUX Input port will be enabled when the AUX
Input port goes High.
Test Tone On/Off
The repeater transmits or stops transmitting the Test Tone.
TOT Disable
Time-out Timer is disabled.
If Level is configured for AUX Input Trigger, TOT Enable
assigned to the AUX Input port will be enabled when the AUX
Input port goes High.
TOT Enable
Time-out Timer is enabled.
If Level is configured for AUX Input Trigger, TOT Disable
assigned to the AUX Input port will be enabled when the AUX
Input port goes High.
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Refer to 3.3 Test Tone on page 6.
• Refer to 3.3 Test Tone on page 6.
• This function can be configured only if
Trailing Edge is configured for AUX Input
Trigger. (Refer to 15.2.1 Trigger
Detection at the AUX Input Port on page
46.)
Refer to 8 TIME-OUT TIMER (TOT) on page
17.
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Function Name
Description of Functions
TOT Enable/Disable
Time-out Timer is enabled or disabled.
Transmit Disable
All transmissions are disabled.
If Level is configured for AUX Input Trigger, Transmit Enable
assigned to the AUX Input port will be enabled when the AUX
Input port goes High.
Transmit Enable
All transmissions are enabled.
If Level is configured for AUX Input Trigger, Transmit Disable
assigned to the AUX Input port will be enabled when the AUX
Input port goes High.
Transmit Enable/
Disable
All transmit permissions are enabled or disabled.
Voting Tone Off
Voting Pilot Tone is disabled.
If Level is configured for AUX Input Trigger, Voting Tone On
assigned to the AUX Input port will be enabled when the AUX
Input port goes High.
Voting Tone On
Voting Pilot Tone is enabled.
If Level is configured for AUX Input Trigger, Voting Tone Off
assigned to the AUX Input port will be enabled when the AUX
Input port goes High.
Voting Tone On/Off
Voting Pilot Tone is enabled or disabled.
Remarks
• Refer to 8 TIME-OUT TIMER (TOT) on
page 17.
• This function can be configured only if
Trailing Edge is configured for AUX Input
Trigger. (Refer to 15.2.1 Trigger
Detection at the AUX Input Port on page
46.)
This function can be configured only if
Trailing Edge is configured for AUX Input
Trigger. (Refer to 15.2.1 Trigger Detection
at the AUX Input Port on page 46.)
Refer to 3.5 Voting Pilot Tone on page 8.
• Refer to 3.5 Voting Pilot Tone on page 8.
• This function can be configured only if
Trailing Edge is configured for AUX Input
Trigger. (Refer to 15.2.1 Trigger
Detection at the AUX Input Port on page
46.)
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
•
Assigning functions to the AUX Input Port. (Refer to FPRG 6.10.2 AUX Tab.)
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15.2.1 Trigger Detection at the AUX
Input Port
Function Name
AUX Input Trigger is the detection method for the signal
input to the AUX Input port.
TOR
The Output port will be activated if the
signaling matches that is configured for the
repeater while the repeater is receiving a
signal. The Output port will be deactivated if
the signaling does not match that configured
for the repeater or the repeater receives no
signal.
TXS
The Output port will be activated when the
repeater transmits. The Output port will be
deactivated if the repeater exits receiving
mode.
Transmit Unlock
The Output port will be activated if the TX
PLL is unlocked. The output port will be
deactivated if the TX PLL is locked.
AUX Input Trigger can be configured using KPG-109D.
Table 15-7 AUX Input Trigger
Configuration
Description
Trailing Edge
The repeater detects the trigger using trailing
edge of the input signals.
Level
The repeater detects trigger while the AUX
Input port is in the active state. If the AUX
Input port is activated when the repeater is
turned ON, the repeater will detect the trigger.
However, functions configured for Startup will
be activated first if functions have been
configured for Startup. (Refer to 10 STARTUP
on page 22.)
Note: If the Activation code is configured for the COR or TOR port,
the repeater transmits to send the Activation code while the
repeater is in busy state.
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
•
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
•
Description of Functions
Configuring the AUX Input Trigger. (Refer to
FPRG 6.10.2 AUX Tab.)
Assigning functions to the AUX Output Port.
(Refer to FPRG 6.10.2 AUX Tab.)
15.3.1 Logic Type
15.3 Available Functions for the
AUX Output Port
Following functions can be assigned to the AUX Output
port.
If the function assigned to the AUX Output port is
enabled, the output port will be activated.
Table 15-8 Available Functions for the AUX Output Port
Function Name
Description of Functions
No function is configured.
COR
The Output port will be activated if the
repeater receives a signal. The Output port
will be activated if the repeater receives no
signal.
Configuration
Description
Active Low
The state of the AUX Output port will go Low
when the AUX Output port is activated.
Active High
The state of the AUX Output port will go
High when the AUX Output port is activated.
•
Configuring the Logic Type. (Refer to FPRG
6.10.2 AUX Tab.)
Note: The reference RSSI level can be
configured using Lowest Receive
Level Threshold. (Refer to 6.3 Lowest
Receive Level Threshold on page 15.)
The Output port will be activated if the RX
PLL is unlocked. The Output port will be
deactivated if the RX PLL is locked.
Selectable
The Output port will be controlled by the
AUX Input port or PF keys.
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Table 15-9 Logic Type
The Output port will be activated if the RSSI
voltage is reduced. The Output port will be
deactivated if the RSSI voltage is increased.
Receive Unlock
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Logic Type can be configured using KPG-109D.
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
None
Receive Signal
(Threshold)
Logic Type is the logic type when the AUX Output port is
activated or deactivated.
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16 MULTIPLE ENCODE/ DECODE TABLE
Multiple Encode/Decode Table is a table in which the
Encode/Decode signaling type that is waited for along
with the Primary signaling type (QT tone frequency or
DQT code or RAN code) configured for each channel is
configured. The repeater can wait to receive a maximum
of 16 signaling types (Primary 1 + Multiple Encode/
Decode Table 15).
A maximum of 15 pairs of QT tone frequencies or DQT
codes or RAN codes can be configured for Multiple
Encode/Decode Table. The signaling configured for each
channel as Primary will be used for No. 1 signaling in
Multiple Encode/Decode Table.
The repeater can change the table by assigning Multiple
Encode/Decode Table Select to AUX Input/ Output ports.
(Refer to 15.1 Available Functions for the AUX Input/
Output Port on page 39.)
To use this function, the following configurations must be
made using KPG-109D.
•
Configuring the Multiple Encode/Decode Table
A maximum of 15 pairs of QT tone frequencies or
DQT codes or RAN codes can be configured for
Multiple Encode/Decode Table. A maximum of 15
Multiple Encode/Decode Tables can be configured.
The signaling configured for each channel as Primary
will be used for No. 1 signaling in Multiple Encode/
Decode Table.
•
Configuring the Multiple Encode/Decode Table
Number to be Used for each Channel
The Multiple Encode/Decode Table number used to
wait to receive multiple signaling types can be
configured.
•
16.1 Encode Tone (Multiple)
Encode Tone (Multiple) is a signaling type used for
transmitting by using the PTT (microphone) switch or
External PTT if the repeater receives the signaling on a
channel for which Multiple Encode/Decode Table is
configured.
The repeater can standby for receiving multiple signaling
types by using Multiple Encode/Decode Table. If the
repeater receives the signaling configured in the Multiple
Encode/Decode Table on the channel where Current is
configured for Encode Tone (Multiple), the repeater will
send the Encode Signaling (Current) configured in the
Multiple Encode/Decode Table.
Also, the repeater transmits with the signaling configured
for each channel when the repeater transmits using the
PTT (microphone) switch or External PTT while Primary
is configured for Encode Tone (Multiple).
Encode Tone (Multiple) can be configured using
KPG-109D.
Table 16-1 Encode Tone (Multiple)
Configuration
Current
If the repeater receives the signaling type
configured for Multiple Encode/Decode Table,
the repeater will transmit signaling that
corresponds to the received signaling.
The repeater transmits using Primary signaling
while the repeater is in standby mode.
Primary
The repeater will transmit using the signaling
type configured in the Channel Edit window
even if the repeater receives the signaling
configured in Multiple Encode/Decode Table.
Configuring the Encode Tone (Multiple)
The signaling used to transmit using the PTT
(microphone) switch or External PTT can be
configured if the repeater receives the signaling on a
channel for which Multiple Encode/Decode Table is
configured.
Note: The repeater can switch Multiple Encode/Decode Table
along with the input and output of the ports by assigning
Multiple Encode/Decode Table Select to AUX Input/Output
ports. (Refer to 15.1 Available Functions for the AUX Input/
Output Port on page 39.)
If the channel is in Duplex or Repeat Mode, the repeater
decides the signaling to be used to transmit when the
repeater receives the transmission request from the PTT
(microphone) switch or External PTT. Encode operations
vary depending on the type of the PTT that sent the
transmission request.
Note:

Encode Tone (Multiple) is available only if the repeater transmits
using the PTT (microphone) switch or External PTT. If the
repeater transmits using Repeater PTT, the repeater always
transmits using Current.

This function is disabled if the transmit channel is in Simplex
Mode.
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•
Configuring the Multiple Encode/Decode Table.
(Refer to FPRG 6.11 Multiple Encode/Decode
Table Window.)
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z If the repeater transmits using the signaling configured for each channel (Primary):
Table 16-2 Primary
Repeater Status
PTT Priority
Repeater PTT < the PTT
(microphone) switch,
External PTT
A channel is
available or the
signaling configured
for Multiple Encode/
Decode Table does
not match.
If signaling
configured for
Multiple Encode/
Decode Table
matches and the
repeater transmits
using Repeater PTT
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Action
The repeater encodes a signal using the signaling (Primary) configured
for each channel.
The repeater will continue encoding using Primary even if the signaling
configured for Multiple Encode/Decode Table (Current) matches while
the repeater is transmitting. If the PTT (microphone) switch is released
or External PTT is deactivated first, the repeater will take the following
actions:
If Analog Channel is used:
The repeater will start encoding using Current after sending the
Primary QT Reverse Burst or DQT Turn off Code.
If Digital Channel is used:
The repeater will start encoding using Current after sending the
Primary TX REL message.
The repeater encodes a signal using the signaling (Primary) configured
for each channel.
The repeater will continue encoding with the signaling configured for
Multiple Encode/Decode Table (Current) if the signaling configured for
Multiple Encode/Decode Table matches while the repeater is
transmitting. The repeater will take the following actions if the signaling
Repeater PTT > the PTT
configured for Multiple Encode/Decode Table does not match first
(microphone) switch,
while the repeater is transmitting.
External PTT
If Analog Channel is used:
Request for
The repeater will start encoding using Primary after sending the
transmission Current QT Reverse Burst or DQT Turn off Code.
using the PTT If Digital Channel is used:
(microphone) The repeater will start encoding using Primary after sending the
switch or
Current TX REL message.
External PTT
The repeater encodes a signal using the signaling (Primary) configured
for each channel.
If the repeater continues to transmit using Repeater PTT while the PTT
(microphone) switch is released or External PTT is deactivated, the
repeater will take the following actions:
Repeater PTT < the PTT
If Analog Channel is used:
(microphone) switch,
The repeater will start encoding using Current after sending the
External PTT
Primary QT Reverse Burst or DQT Turn off Code.
If Digital Channel is used:
The repeater will start encoding using Current after sending the
Primary TX REL message.
Repeater PTT > the PTT
(microphone) switch,
External PTT
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The repeater will continue encoding by using the signaling (Current)
configured for Multiple Encode/Decode Table.
If the signaling configured for Multiple Encode/Decode Table does not
match while the PTT (microphone) switch is pressed or External PTT is
activated, the repeater will take the following actions:
If Analog Channel is used:
The repeater will start encoding using Primary after sending the
Current QT Reverse Burst or DQT Turn off Code.
If Digital Channel is used:
The repeater will start encoding using Primary after sending the
Current TX REL message.
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z If the repeater transmits using the signaling (Current) corresponding to the received signaling:
Table 16-3 Current
Repeater Status
PTT Priority
Repeater PTT < the PTT
(microphone) switch,
External PTT
A channel is
available or the
signaling configured
for Multiple Encode/
Decode Table does
not match.
If signaling
configured for
Multiple Encode/
Decode Table
matches and the
repeater transmits
using Repeater PTT
Operation
Action
The repeater encodes a signal using the signaling (Primary) configured
for each channel.
The repeater will continue encoding using Primary even if the signaling
configured for Multiple Encode/Decode Table (Current) matches while
the repeater is transmitting. If the PTT (microphone) switch is released
or External PTT is deactivated first, the repeater will take the following
actions:
If Analog Channel is used:
The repeater will start encoding using Current after sending the
Primary QT Reverse Burst or DQT Turn off Code.
If Digital Channel is used:
The repeater will start encoding using Current after sending the
Primary TX REL message.
The repeater encodes a signal using the signaling (Primary) configured
for each channel.
The repeater will continue encoding with the signaling configured for
Multiple Encode/Decode Table (Current) if the signaling configured for
Multiple Encode/Decode Table matches while the repeater is
transmitting. The repeater will take the following actions if the signaling
Repeater PTT > the PTT
configured for Multiple Encode/Decode Table does not match first
Request
for
(microphone) switch,
while the repeater is transmitting.
transmission
External PTT
using the PTT If Analog Channel is used:
(microphone) The repeater will start encoding using Primary after sending the
Current QT Reverse Burst or DQT Turn off Code.
switch or
External PTT If Digital Channel is used:
The repeater will start encoding using Primary after sending the
Current TX REL message.
Repeater PTT < the PTT
(microphone) switch,
External PTT
The repeater will continue encoding by using the signaling (Current)
configured for Multiple Encode/Decode Table.
While the PTT (microphone) switch is pressed or External PTT is
activated and the repeater keeps transmitting using the same PTT, the
repeater continues encoding by using Current even if the signaling
configured for Multiple Encode/Decode Table does not match.
Repeater PTT > the PTT
(microphone) switch,
External PTT
The repeater will continue encoding by using the signaling (Current)
configured for Multiple Encode/Decode Table.
If the signaling configured for Multiple Encode/Decode Table does not
match while the PTT (microphone) switch is pressed or External PTT is
activated, the repeater will take the following actions:
If Analog Channel is used:
The repeater will start encoding using Primary after sending the
Current QT Reverse Burst or DQT Turn off Code.
If Digital Channel is used:
The repeater will start encoding using Primary after sending the
Current TX REL message.
Note: The repeater transmits using Primary if the channel is in Simplex Mode or Mixed Mode.
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•
Configuring the Encode Tone (Multiple). (Refer to FPRG 6.2.13 Encode Tone (Multiple).)
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17 VOICE SCRAMBLER/ ENCRYPTION
NXR-700/ NXR-800 is capable of the functions allowing
subscribers to engage in private communications on
analog channels and digital channels.
z Reception:
•
If Key Data matches when the repeater receives
encrypted voice data, the repeater will decode the
data regardless of the Encryption configuration.
•
If Key Data and the encryption scheme (internal
function or Encryption Board) match when the
repeater receives encrypted voice data, the
repeater will properly decode the voice data.
17.1 Voice Scrambler
Whether to send encrypted voice data can be configured
by enabling or disabling the Encryption using KPG-109D.
Voice Scrambler is provided for analog channels to
scramble speech to allow subscribers to engage in
private communications.
NXR-700/ NXR-800 supports Transcrypt optional
Scrambler Boards (SC20-460). The scrambler board can
be used after installing it in the repeater.
Voice Scrambler can be enabled or disabled and
Scrambler Code can be configured for each channel by
using KPG-109D.
The function used to enable or disable the Voice
Scrambler can be assigned to Startup, a PF key or the
AUX Input port. (Refer to 10 STARTUP on page 22, 11
KEY ASSIGNMENT on page 24, 15 FUNCTION PORT
on page 38.)
The function used to enable or disable the Encryption can
be assigned to Startup, a PF key or the AUX Input port.
(Refer to 10 STARTUP on page 22, 11 KEY
ASSIGNMENT on page 24, 15 FUNCTION PORT on
page 38.)
Note: This function is deactivated on the channel where Repeat is
configured for Operation Mode, and the voice data cannot
be encrypted and sent.
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
•
Configuring the Voice Scrambler to be enabled or
disabled. (Refer to FPRG 6.2.25 Voice Scrambler
(Scrambler Setting).)
•
Configuring the Scrambler Code. (Refer to FPRG
6.2.26 Scrambler Code (Scrambler Setting).)
•
Configuring the Encryption to be enabled or
disabled. (Refer to FPRG 6.4.1 Common Page 1
Tab.)
•
Configuring the Key Data. (Refer to FPRG 6.4.1
Common Page 1 Tab.)
17.3 Scrambler/Encryption
Status Memory
17.2 Encryption
Scrambler/Encryption Status Memory is used to
memorize the Scrambler and Encryption statuses
(enabled or disabled) even if the repeater is turned OFF.
Encryption is provided for digital channels to scramble
voice communications in Digital Mode in order to allow
subscribers to engage in private communications.
If this function is enabled, the repeater can retain the
Scrambler and Encryption statuses (enabled or disabled)
and update the initial data configured using KPG-109D.
The data to be encrypted is voice data sent using the PTT
switch (microphone) or External PTT. Only 1 Key Data
can be configured to communicate with each repeater.
If this function is disabled, the repeater clears the
Scrambler and Encryption statuses (enabled or disabled)
when the repeater is turned OFF and will return to the
initial data configured using KPG-109D when the repeater
is turned ON again.
z Transmission:
If Encryption is enabled, the repeater sends encrypted
voice data. If Encryption is disabled, the repeater
transmits without encryption.
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Configuring the Scrambler/Encryption Status
Memory to be enabled or disabled. (Refer to
FPRG 6.4.1 Common Page 1 Tab.)
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18 PERSONALIZATION (NXDN)
Personalization (NXDN) is the ID and ID Name used as
your own ID in communications using the PTT
(microphone) switch or External PTT.
Note: This function can be used only on digital channels.
18.3 Unit ID Name (Own)
Unit ID Name (Own) is the text information added to the
Unit ID (Own).
Since the repeater will transmit Own Name information
configured for the transmitting party along with audio
signals, Unit ID Name (Own) will appear on the display of
the receiving subscriber unit.
18.1 Unit ID (Own)
Note:
Unit ID (Own) is an ID used as your own ID. Your Own ID
is embedded in the transmitted message as the Source
Unit ID when the repeater transmits in Digital Mode using
the Simplex or Duplex.
The Unit ID (Own) can be displayed on the main display
of the receiving subscriber unit.

If no Unit ID Name (Own) is configured, the repeater only
transmits the Unit ID (Own).

If Over-the-Air Alias is disabled, the repeater does not transmit
the Unit ID Name (Own). In this case, the repeater transmits
only the Unit ID (Own).
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
•
Note: The repeater transmits the Unit ID (Own) every time the
repeater transmits on the digital channel. This function
cannot be enabled or disabled.
Configuring the Unit ID Name (Own). (Refer to
FPRG 6.4.3 NXDN Tab.)
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
•
Configuring the Unit ID (Own). (Refer to FPRG
6.4.3 NXDN Tab.)
18.2 Over-the-Air Alias
Over-the-Air Alias allows the receiving subscriber unit to
display the Unit ID Name of the transmitting repeater
when the receiving subscriber unit receives a call even if
the Unit ID Name of the transmitting repeater is not
configured for the receiving subscriber unit.
This function is activated by pressing the PTT switch to
transmit while operating the NXR-700/ NXR-800 are in
use as a Base Station. This function cannot be used
while the NXR-700/ NXR-800 is in use as a repeater.
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19 USER LIST
User List is used to restrict the IDs to transmit using
Repeater PTT on Conventional channels on which User
List is enabled.
If the repeater receives a Group Call, the repeater can
repeat the call only if both Group ID and Unit ID are
permitted for use.
19.2 Unit ID List
Unit ID List is the list in which the Unit ID used for
enabling transmission by using Repeater PTT in Digital
Mode is configured.
If the repeater receives an individual call, the repeater
can repeat the call only if the received Unit ID is permitted
for use. In this case, the usage status (permitted or not
permitted) of the Group ID makes no difference.
The repeater only repeats a signaling type from a Unit ID
configured in the Unit ID List and if Yes is configured for
Valid. Subscriber units with an unauthorized Unit ID are
not repeated, hence the repeater cannot communicate
with these units.
Note: This function can be used only on digital channels.
A maximum of 1000 Unit IDs can be configured in the
Unit ID List by using KPG-109D.
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
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19.1 Group ID List
Group ID List is a list in which the Group ID used for
enabling transmission by using Repeater PTT in Digital
Conventional Mode is configured.
The repeater only repeats a signal from a Group ID
configured in the Group ID List and if Yes is configured for
Valid. Subscriber units with an unauthorized Group ID
are not repeated, so that the repeater cannot
communicate with these units. If the User ID of a
subscriber unit is not authorized in the Unit ID List, the
repeater cannot communicate with the subscriber unit
even if Group ID is authorized.
A maximum of 1000 Group IDs can be configured in the
Group ID List by using KPG-109D.
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
•
Configuring the Group ID List. (Refer to FPRG
6.13.1 Group ID List Tab.)
Configuring the Unit ID List. (Refer to FPRG
6.13.2 Unit ID List Tab.)
19.3 User List
User List (Group ID List and Unit ID List) can be used to
configure whether enable or disable the configuration for
each channel by using KPG-109D.
All Unit IDs in the system where the User Limit is enabled
may temporarily be enabled for an operation check. With
this function, the dispatcher can temporarily release the
right to use the repeaters without deleting the User List.
If this function is enabled, the repeater handles only calls
using the ID authenticated in the User List to a receiving
subscriber unit. If this function is disabled, the repeater
handles all voice calls made in Digital Mode to a receiving
subscriber unit. However, the RAN code must match the
RAN code configured for the repeater in order to repeat
communications as a principle repeating condition in any
case.
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Configuring the User List to be enabled or
disabled. (Refer to FPRG 6.2.24 User List.)
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CW (Continuous Wave) is a type of radio emission that
can be used to transmit Morse code characters.
20.1.1 Transmit Interval Time
NXR-700/ NXR-800 can send Morse code by using CW
ID and CW Message.
Transmit Interval Time is the interval of time to transmit a
CW ID. The repeater will transmit the CW ID repeatedly
using the interval configured for Transmit Interval Time.
Note: CW ID specifications are compliant with articles in FCC
90.425 Station identification and International Morse Code.
Transmit Interval Time
Start
CW ID
Transmit
Transmit
Figure 20-1 Transmit Interval Time
20.1 CW ID
CW ID is used to periodically send your own ID using
CW. A maximum of 32 alphanumeric characters and
symbols can be configured and sent. The repeater can
send the CW ID when the repeater is turned ON or linked
by operation of PF keys and inputs to the AUX ports.
(Refer to 10 STARTUP on page 22, 11 KEY
ASSIGNMENT on page 24, 15 FUNCTION PORT on
page 38.)
The following options to send a CW ID can be configured
using KPG-109D:
•
CW ID
•
Transmit Interval Time
•
Transmit Delay Time
•
CW Speed (CW ID)
•
CW Modulation Delay Time (CW ID)
•
Audio Frequency (CW ID)
•
Interval Activity Transmit
•
CW ID Override
•
CW ID to RA port
•
CW ID on Channel Change
•
Encode with QT/DQT (CW ID)
•
Configuring the Transmit Interval Time. (Refer to
FPRG 6.3.2 Transmit Interval Time.)
20.1.2 Transmit Delay Time
•
Transmit Interval Time elapses.
•
A channel is changed.
•
The repeater stops transmitting while CW ID Override
is disabled.
The repeater actually starts sending the CW ID after the
CW Modulation Delay Time elapses and the repeater
starts transmitting.
Transmit Interval Time
Voice Call
The repeater will switch to analog modulation mode temporarily
when the repeater sends the CW ID on a digital channel.
However, CW ID Override and Encode with QT/DQT cannot be
used on a digital channel.

The repeater cannot send the CW ID while the repeater pauses
scanning due to reception, etc.

If CW Message On is activated while the repeater sends the CW
ID or CW Message, the repeater will stop sending the CW ID
and then start sending the latter CW Message.
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
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„ Configuration using KPG-109D
Transmit Delay Time is the amount of time from when the
repeater starts one of the following operations until the
repeater starts transmitting the CW ID:
Note:

Note: Transmit Interval Time starts counting down if one of the
following events occurs:
• The repeater is reset.
• A channel is changed.
• CW ID On is enabled.
• The repeater stops scanning.
Configuring the CW ID. (Refer to FPRG 6.3.1 CW
ID.)
Transmit
Voice Call
Transmit Delay Time
Start
CW ID
Transmit
Transmit
Figure 20-2 Transmit Delay Time
Note:

Transmit Delay Time is not applied when the repeater sends the
CW ID using CW ID On.

If Off (disabled) is configured for Transmit Delay Time, the
repeater will immediately start transmitting.
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Configuring the Transmit Delay Time. (Refer to
FPRG 6.3.3 Transmit Delay Time.)
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20.1.3 CW Speed (CW ID)
Voice Call
Voice Call
CW Speed is the speed to send the CW ID.
Transmit Interval Time
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
CW ID
•
Figure 20-4 Interval Activity Transmit
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
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CW Modulation Delay Time is the amount of delay time
from when the repeater starts transmitting until the
repeater starts sending the CW ID.
Start
CW ID Override is used to send the CW ID along with the
audio signals even if a repeater is still transmitting when
the time configured for the Transmit Interval Time
elapses.
Start
CW Modulation Delay Time
Start
Stop
CW ID
Transmit
Figure 20-3 CW Modulation Delay Time (CW ID)
Note: If Off (disabled) is configured for CW Modulation Delay
Time, the repeater will send the CW ID immediately after the
repeater starts transmitting.
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
•
Configuring the Interval Activity Transmit to be
enabled or disabled. (Refer to FPRG 6.3.7 Interval
Activity Transmit.)
20.1.7 CW ID Override
Transmit
Transmit Delay Time
Interval
Note: Interval Activity Transmit will not be applied when the
repeater sends the CW ID by using CW ID On.
20.1.4 CW Modulation Delay Time
(CW ID)
Transmit Interval Time
Interval
Transmit
Configuring the CW Speed. (Refer to FPRG 6.3.4
CW Speed.)
Transmit
Interval
Configuring the CW Modulation Delay Time.
(Refer to FPRG 6.3.5 CW Modulation Delay Time.)
If this function is enabled, the repeater will send the CW
ID along with the audio even if the repeater is still
transmitting when the time configured for the Transmit
Interval Time elapses.
If this function is disabled, the repeater will send the CW
ID after ending the transmission even if the repeater is
still transmitting when the time configured for the
Transmit Interval Time elapses.
Voice Call
Active
Transmit Interval Time
20.1.5 Audio Frequency (CW ID)
Start
Interval
Inactive
Interval
CW ID
Transmit
Transmit
Figure 20-5 CW ID Override
Audio Frequency is the frequency used to send the CW
ID.
Note:
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
•
Configuring the Audio Frequency. (Refer to FPRG
6.3.6 Audio Frequency.)
20.1.6 Interval Activity Transmit
Interval Activity Transmit is a function to control the
intervals to send the CW ID.

This function cannot be used on digital channels.

If the repeater sends a CW ID in which CW ID Override is
enabled while the repeater is transmitting, the current QT tone
frequency or DQT code to be encoded will be sent regardless of
the Encode with QT tone or DQT code configuration.

If CW ID Override is disabled, the repeater does not send the
CW ID even if CW ID On is activated while the repeater is
transmitting.
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
If this function is enabled, the repeater sends the CW ID
when the next Transmit Interval Time elapses only if the
repeater starts transmitting while the Transmit Interval
Time is counting down.
•
Configuring the CW ID Override to be enabled or
disabled. (Refer to FPRG 6.3.8 CW ID Override.)
If this function is disabled, the repeater sends the CW ID
at the interval configured for Transmit Interval Time.
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20.2 CW Message
20.1.8 CW ID to RA port
CW ID to RA port is used to output the CW ID audio
signal to the RA line and the front speaker when the
repeater sends the CW ID.
Note: The CW ID audio signal is only emitted from the RA line and
not from the front speaker while the channel is in Simplex
Mode.
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
•
Configuring the CW ID to RA port to be enabled or
disabled. (Refer to FPRG 6.3.9 CW ID to RA port.)
CW Message is used to send the preconfigured Morse
code when the repeater is turned ON or linked with
operation of PF keys and input to the AUX ports. (Refer
to 10 STARTUP on page 22, 11 KEY ASSIGNMENT on
page 24, 15 FUNCTION PORT on page 38.)
A maximum of 8 different messages containing a
maximum of 32 digits of alphanumeric characters and
symbols can be configured and sent.
The following functions to send the CW Message can be
configured using KPG-109D:
•
CW Message
20.1.9 CW ID on Channel Change
•
CW Speed (CW Message)
•
CW Modulation Delay Time (CW Message)
CW ID on Channel Change is used to send the CW ID
when the channel is changed.
•
Audio Frequency (CW Message)
•
CW Message to RA port
•
Encode with QT/DQT (CW Message)
If this function is enabled, the repeater sends the CW ID
when a channel is changed regardless of the
configuration of Transmit Interval Time.
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
•
Configuring the CW ID on Channel Change to be
enabled or disabled. (Refer to FPRG 6.3.10 CW
ID on Channel Change.)
20.1.10
Encode with QT/DQT (CW ID)
Encode with QT/DQT is a function that the repeater will
simultaneously encode the QT tone frequency or DQT
code (Primary) configured for each channel when the
repeater sends the CW ID.
Note:
Note:

This function can be used only on analog channels.

While the repeater is scanning, the repeater will send the CW
Message on the Revert Channel.

If CW Message On is activated while the repeater sends the CW
ID or CW Message, the repeater will stop sending the CW ID
and then start sending the latter CW Message.
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
•
Configuring the CW Message. (Refer to FPRG
6.12.6 CW Message.)
20.2.1 CW Speed (CW Message)
CW Speed is the speed of sending the CW Message.

This function cannot be used on digital channels.

If Encode with QT/DQT is enabled and the CW ID is
independently transmitted, the repeater sends QT tone
frequency or DQT code configured for the channel. If Encode
with QT/DQT is disabled, no QT tone frequency nor DQT code
will be sent. However, the Encode with QT/DQT configuration
for the CW Message that is activated later will be applied when
the repeater sends another CW Message while the repeater is
sending the CW ID independently.
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
•
Configuring the CW Speed. (Refer to FPRG
6.12.1 CW Speed.)
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
•
Configuring the Encode with QT/DQT to be
enabled or disabled. (Refer to FPRG 6.3.11
Encode with QT/DQT.)
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20.2.2 CW Modulation Delay Time
(CW Message)
20.2.5 Encode with QT/DQT
(CW Message)
CW Modulation Delay Time is the amount of delay time
from when the repeater starts transmitting until the
repeater starts sending the CW Message.
Encode with QT/DQT is a function to simultaneously
encode the QT tone frequency (Primary) or DQT code
(Primary) configured for each channel when the repeater
sends the CW Message.
PF Key
Press
CW Modulation Delay Time
Start
Press
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
Stop
Start
Stop
•
CW Message
Transmit
Transmit
Figure 20-6 CW Modulation Delay Time (CW Message)
Configuring the Encode with QT/DQT to be
enabled or disabled. (Refer to FPRG 6.12.5
Encode with QT/DQT.)
Note: If Off (disabled) is configured for CW Modulation Delay
Time, the repeater will send the CW Message immediately
after the repeater starts transmitting.
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
•
Configuring the CW Modulation Delay Time.
(Refer to FPRG 6.12.2 CW Modulation Delay
Time.)
20.2.3 Audio Frequency
(CW Message)
Audio Frequency is a tone frequency used to send the
CW Message.
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
•
Configuring the Audio Frequency. (Refer to FPRG
6.12.3 Audio Frequency.)
20.2.4 CW Message to RA port
CW Message to RA port is used to output the CW
Message audio signal to the RA line and the front
speaker when the repeater sends the CW Message.
Note: The audio signal of CW Message is only transferred to the
RA line and not from the front speaker while the channel is
in Simplex Mode.
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Configuring the CW Message to RA port to be
enabled or disabled. (Refer to FPRG 6.12.4 CW
Message to RA port.)
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21.1.3 Dual-functional Channel
NXR-700/ NXR-800 can be used as either a control
channel or traffic channel to create a site in an NXDN
Trunking System. This section describes various
functions in an NXDN Trunking System.
Note: Each function used in an NXDN Trunking System described
in this section can be configured using KPG-110SM. Refer
to the System Programming Reference for instructions on
how to configure functions using KPG-110SM.
21.1 Channel Configuration of
the System
Dual-functional Channel is a channel that can function as
both control channel and traffic channel. If Automatic
Rollover and Backup Control Channel are activated, the
channel that has been assigned as the traffic channel can
be used as the control channel.
To use a Dual-functional Channel as a control channel,
the Dual-functional Channel must be preconfigured as a
control channel candidate for the subscriber unit.
21.1.4 Shared Channel
A site is an assembly of repeaters in the system. A site
consists of 1 control channel and multiple traffic channels.
21.1.1 Control Channel
Shared Channel is a channel allowed to be shared as a
traffic channel in an NXDN Trunking System and Analog
Conventional Mode.
A Shared Channel can be configured using KPG-109D.
(Refer to 4.4 Channel Type on page 10.)
Note: Narrow Channel (12.5 kHz) can be used Shared Channel.
Control channel is the channel used to constantly
transmit control signals and control the system. If
multiple control channels are configured in the system,
the control channel having the smallest channel number
will be configured preferentially as the control channel.
21.1.5 Channel Number
•
Unit Registration
Channel Number is the number assigned to each
repeater in the site. Channel Number is used as the
identification number in the system along with the site
number.
•
Processing call requests and data communication
requests.
„ Configuration using KPG-110SM
•
Specifying the channel used to make calls or data
communications.
•
Providing information of adjacent sites.
•
Accepting the location registration request.
Following are main features of the control channel:
•
21.1.6 Frequency Number
Frequency No. is a number for a pair of receive and
transmit frequencies configured for each repeater.
21.1.2 Traffic Channel
Traffic channel is the channel used to make calls and for
data communications.
Following are main features of the traffic channel:
•
Repeating voice communications and data
communications.
•
Terminating voice communications and data
communications.
•
The traffic channel is assigned on a control channel by
associating the number with the transmit and receive
frequencies. If this value is incorrect, a system error may
occur, such as a subscriber unit may not recognize the
system properly or cannot initiate a call.
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Notifying of a Priority Monitor Call.
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21.2 Available Calls
21.2.3 Status Call
NXDN Trunking System supports the following call types:
Status Call is used for data communication using Status
on the control channel. Status is suitable for quickly
transmitting and receiving preconfigured short
information. This function can be used to notify the status
of a subscriber to the dispatcher or the status of the
peripheral devices that are input via a sensor to the base
station, etc.
•
Group Call
•
Individual Call
•
Status Call
•
Short Data Call
•
Long Data Call
•
Voice with Data Call
•
Emergency Call
•
Priority Call
Status is represented by numbers from 1 to 255. Status
area is represented by numbers from 1 to 199.
This section describes these call types. The
communication method may vary depending on the
configuration of the system and subscriber unit.
Note: Status Call can be used in Group Call and Individual Call.
However, the repeater cannot retransmit since the
transmitting subscriber unit does not send the Acknowledge.
Therefore, the possibility that the transmitting subscriber unit
does not receive the Status will be higher than that of
Individual Call.
21.2.1 Group Call
21.2.4 Short Data Call
Group Call allows multiple subscriber units to
communicate with others. If a subscriber wishes to
communicate with multiple subscriber units at the same
time, Group Call can be used.
Short Data Call is used for data communication with data
transfer on the control channel. Short Data Call is
suitable for quickly sending and receiving short
messages. This function can be used to send and
receive GPS data and short text messages, etc. Short
Data Call can send and receive data with a maximum of
100 bytes.
If the system receives a Group Call requested from a
subscriber unit on the control channel, the system will
allocate a channel for the communication. If the Group
Call message is received on a control channel, the
transmitting and receiving subscriber units will migrate to
the specified traffic channel and then start making a
Group Call.
Note: This function can be used only by a repeater having
firmware version V1.10.00 or later.
21.2.5 Long Data Call
21.2.2 Individual Call
Individual Call allows two subscriber units to
communicate with each other. If a subscriber wishes to
communicate only with a specific party, Individual Call
can be used.
If an Individual Call request from a subscriber unit is
received on a control channel, the system will send the
call message to the target subscriber unit to check for the
presence of the target party. If the presence of the target
party is confirmed, the system will allocate a channel for
communication. If the subscriber unit at the transmitting
party and receiving party receive an Individual Call
request message from the control channel, these
subscriber units will migrate to the specified traffic
channel and start making an Individual Call.
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Long Data Call is used for data communication with data
transfer on the traffic channel. Long Data Call is suitable
for communicating large amounts of data. This function
can be used for file transfers, database access, etc.
Note: This function can be used only by a repeater having
firmware version V1.10.00 or later.
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21.2.6 Voice with Data Call
21.3 Call Queuing
Voice with Data Call is used to send information data
along with voice data while communicating with voice.
This function can be used to transfer GPS data, etc. This
function allows subscribers to communicate without
interruption if a subscriber unit sends GPS data while
communicating with voice.
Call Queuing is used by the system while all traffic
channels in the site are busy in order to retain the call
request from a subscriber unit in the Queue and grant a
channel when a traffic channel becomes available.
If a subscriber who frequently makes voice calls also
uses GPS communications, calls may be interrupted due
to the increase of the communication traffic. This
problem can be avoided by using Voice with Data Call.
However, audio cannot be sent while making a Data Call.
21.2.7 Emergency Call
If all traffic channels are being used, the system cannot
immediately grant a channel even if the subscriber
receives a call request. In this case, the subscriber unit
must request a call again if the system rejects the call
request from the subscriber unit. By using this function,
the subscriber can wait for the system to grant a channel
while pressing and holding the PTT switch. This function
can also be used to configure the priority level for the
subscriber units when granting a channel.
Note:
Emergency Call is used to prioritize a call from a party in
an emergency situation. The system will establish a
connection with the highest priority when the system
receives the Emergency Call request from a subscriber
unit. However, the system cannot immediately assign a
channel if all traffic channels are busy. In this case, the
system will disconnect the communication having the
lowest priority and assign the channel to the Emergency
Call.
21.2.8 Priority Call
Priority Call is used to prioritize calls according to the
priority level of the subscriber unit at the transmitting
party. This function is suitable for prioritizing calls from a
subscriber unit having high priority, such as the
dispatcher. The system will store new call requests to the
call Queue if all traffic channels are busy. The order of
the Queue is decided depending on the priority of the
subscriber unit configured for the system. If a traffic
channel becomes available, the system will grant the call
request from the subscriber unit having the highest
priority in the Queue, and the call will start.
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The call request of an Emergency Call has the highest priority.
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Call Queuing cannot be used in a system using Non-dedicated
Control Channel. (Refer to 21.8 Non-dedicated Control Channel
on page 65.)
21.3.1 Busy Queue Mode
Busy Queue Mode is the way in which the system will
respond when the system receives a new call request
from a subscriber unit while all traffic channels in a site
are busy.
Busy Queue Mode can be configured using KPG-109D.
Table 21-1
Configuration
Busy Queue Mode
Description
None
If the system receives a new call request from
a subscriber unit while all traffic channels in
the site are busy, the system will send back a
System Busy to the call request and rejects
the call.
Queue
If the system receives a new call request from
a subscriber unit while all traffic channels in
the site are busy, the system will change the
Busy Queue order corresponding to the
priority of the call. The queued call will be
retained until the system receives a request to
cancel from the subscriber unit.
Preemption
If the system receives a new call request from
a subscriber unit while all traffic channels in
the site are busy, the system will automatically
terminate the call having the lowest priority.
After the call having the lowest priority is
disconnected, the call request that is
configured for Preemption will be assigned to
a vacant channel. However, while the
subscriber unit occupying the channel is
transmitting, the system will not automatically
terminate the call until the call ends. The
system stops counting down the hold time
configured for a traffic channel and releases
the channel after the subscriber unit ends
transmitting.
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21.4 System Timer
„ Configuration using KPG-110SM
•
Configuring the Busy Queue Mode. (Refer to
SYSM 5.1.3 Queue Tab.)
21.3.2 Number of Queues
Number of Queues is the number of calls that the system
can queue. If the number of call requests exceeds the
number configured for Number of Queues, the system
sends back the System Busy to a new call request
excluding Emergency Call, and then rejects the call.
System Timer is used when a subscriber communicates
on a traffic channel. There are 2 types of System Timer:
Hold Timer and Occupation Timer. Also, the
communication method on a traffic channel can be
controlled by specifying the Trunking Type. Following is
detailed information about each function:
z Hold Timer
Hold Timer is the length of time to maintain the
connection to a traffic channel after the transmitting
subscriber finishes the call by releasing the PTT switch
in order to allow the receiving subscriber to respond. In
a system that requires a link operation to a repeater
every time a call is made, such as an LTR Trunking
System, the communication may be interrupted when a
subscriber attempts to respond to the call if the system
is busy because all traffic channels are fully occupied.
Using this function allows a subscriber to continue the
call since the connection to a traffic channel is
maintained.
If the system receives the Emergency Call request, the
system will delete the Queue having the lowest priority
and the Emergency Call will be retained in the Queue. In
this case, the system sends back the System Busy to the
subscriber unit that was retained in the deleted Queue,
and then the system will reject proceeding the call
reservation.
If Emergency Call requests are retained in all Queues,
the system will return a System Busy to the call request
and reject the call even if the new call request is an
Emergency Call request.
This function can be configured as a timer for
Broadcast Call, Conference Call and Individual Call.
While making these calls, a subscriber unit stays on a
traffic channel as long as Hold Time is active. A
subscriber can continue the communication without
pressing the PTT switch in order to re-link to the
system as long as the subscriber unit is on a traffic
channel.
Number of Queues can be configured using KPG-110SM.
„ Configuration using KPG-110SM
•
Configuring the Number of Queues. (Refer to
SYSM 5.1.3 Queue Tab.)
z Occupation Timer
Occupation Timer is the maximum length of time to
maintain the call if the connection to a traffic channel
is held by Hold Timer. This timer is used to restrict a
group call or individual call by the same group or caller
if the call is overly long. If the amount of time
configured for Occupation Timer elapses, the traffic
channel will be released. A subscriber must acquire a
traffic channel again to continue the call.
This function can be configured as the timer for
Broadcast Call, Conference Call and Individual Call.
A system administrator can construct the system that
suits the operation environment of the system by
configuring these timers. For instance, shortening the
communication time of each call for the system where
congestion frequently occurs allows more subscribers
to make calls.
z Trunking Type
Trunking Type is a function to control the
communication method on a traffic channel. There
are 2 types of Trunking Type: Transmission Trunked
and Message Trunked. Transmission Trunked is the
communication method that does not use the Hold
Timer on a traffic channel. This communication
method does not use the Hold Time and also a traffic
channel is quickly released; hence, the
communication time can effectively be utilized.
Message Trunking is the communication method that
uses the Hold Timer on a traffic channel. For the
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21.5.2 Additional Control Channels
details of this communication method, refer to the
above description about Hold Timer.
Additional Control Channels is used to provide control
channel information of an updated adjacent site to a
subscriber unit using Broadcast Message. The
subscriber unit can shorten the channel search time using
the control channel information.
„ Configuration using KPG-110SM
•
Configuring the System Timer (Refer to FPRG
5.1.4 Timers Tab.)
The system can provide control channel information of a
maximum of 8 adjacent sites to the subscriber unit. To
use this function, the Site Number of an adjacent site or
the Frequency Number configured to the site must be
specified.
21.5 Adjacency Information
Adjacency Information allows the system to provide
information of adjacent sites to subscriber units to select
the optimal site. The system will provide Adjacency
Information using information of adjacent sites
preconfigured for each site.
„ Configuration using KPG-110SM
•
Configuring the Site Number for Additional Control
Channels. (Refer to SYSM 5.3.3 Adjacency Tab.)
•
Configuring the Frequency Number of Additional
Control Channels. (Refer to SYSM 5.3.3
Adjacency Tab.)
Adjacent site information includes Adjacent Control
Channels, Additional Control Channels and Delete
Control Channels.
21.5.3 Delete Control Channels
21.5.1 Adjacent Control Channels
Adjacent Control Channels lead a subscriber unit to use a
control channel providing good receiving conditions by
informing control channel information of adjacent sites to
the subscriber unit using Broadcast Message.
The system can provide control channel information of a
maximum of 8 adjacent sites to the subscriber unit. To
use this function, the Site Number of an adjacent site or
the Frequency Number configured to the site must be
specified.
If the system is operated in Multi-site Mode, “Auto” can be
configured for Frequency Number. If “Auto” is configured,
control channel information of an adjacent site is
automatically collected and provided to the subscriber
unit.
Delete Control Channels is used to provide control
channel information of a deleted adjacent site to a
subscriber unit using Broadcast Message. The
subscriber unit can shorten the channel search time by
excluding acquired control channel information from the
channel search list. If a control channel that is received
on Deleted Control Channel is stored as the Additional
Control Channel in non-volatile memory of the subscriber
unit, the information will be deleted.
The system can provide control channel information of a
maximum of 8 adjacent sites to the subscriber unit. To
use this function, the Site Number of an adjacent site or
the Frequency Number configured to the site must be
specified.
„ Configuration using KPG-110SM
Site Number and Frequency Number of Adjacent Control
Channels can be configured using KPG-110SM.
„ Configuration using KPG-110SM
•
Configuring the Site Number for Adjacent Control
Channels. (Refer to SYSM 5.3.3 Adjacency Tab.)
•
Configuring the Frequency Number of Adjacent
Control Channels. (Refer to SYSM 5.3.3
Adjacency Tab.)
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Configuring the Site Number of Delete Control
Channels. (Refer to SYSM 5.3.3 Adjacency Tab.)
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Configuring the Frequency Number of Delete
Control Channels. (Refer to SYSM 5.3.3
Adjacency Tab.)
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21.6 NXDN ESN Validation
21.6.3 NXDN ESN
NXDN ESN Validation functions to prevent accesses from
invalid subscriber units. Unauthorized use of the system
can be prevented by associating Unit ID with NXDN ESN.
NXDN ESN is the individual serial number written to each
subscriber unit.
Manufacturers of available subscriber units can be
restricted by using Manufacturer Limitation.
Note: Each function in NXDN ESN Validation can be used only by
a repeater having firmware version V1.10.00 or later.
If NXDN ESN Validation is enabled, the system validates
the NXDN ESN of the subscriber unit when the system
receives an access request from the subscriber unit.
„ Configuration using KPG-110SM
•
Configuring the NXDN ESN. (Refer to SYSM 5.14
UID Edit Window.)
21.6.1 NXDN ESN Validation
NXDN ESN Validation functions to validate the NXDN
ESN of a subscriber unit when the system receives an
access request from the subscriber unit. If the NXDN
ESN is invalid, the system does not accept the request
from the subscriber unit.
21.7 Cross-busy
NXDN ESN Validation does not function if no NXDN ESN
is configured for Unit ID or if Manufacturer Limitation is
not configured, even if NXDN ESN Validation is enabled.
Note: The subscriber unit transmits the encoded NXDN ESN.
Cross-busy is a function that prevents own system from
interference by other stations and also from interfering
other stations in the case that an existing system may be
coexistent with own system in the same frequency.
This function is provided by using the 3 functions below:
z Control Channel Burst
Control Channel Burst can be used to stop transmission
on the control channel and to monitor the busy state of
the receiver and the external busy trigger at constant
time intervals. If interference from other parties is
detected after monitoring the busy state, the repeater
continues to stop using the control channel and the
control channel is served again when the interference
disappears. (Refer to 21.7.1 Control Channel Burst on
page 64.)
„ Configuration using KPG-110SM
•
Configuring the NXDN ESN Validation to be
enabled or disabled. (Refer to SYSM 5.1.5
Optional Tab.)
21.6.2 Manufacturer Limitation
Manufacturer Limitation restricts the manufacturer of
available subscriber units. If Manufacturer Limitation is
enabled, the system makes the NXDN ESN validation for
all subscriber units. The NXDN ESN validation of
Manufacturer Limitation judges the match of the code
comparing the preconfigured Manufacturer Code with the
NXDN ESN that is configured for the subscriber unit.
z Cross-busy Input
Cross-busy Input is a function to restrict the use of the
repeater as a channel in an NXDN Trunking System
by sending a signal from an external device.
Example of use:
„ Configuration using KPG-110SM
•
Configuring the Manufacturer Limitation to be
enabled or disabled. (Refer to SYSM 5.1.5
Optional Tab.)
•
Configuring the Manufacturer Code. (Refer to
SYSM 5.1.5 Optional Tab.)
•
Acquiring the busy signal from an external device
that monitors the transmit frequency
•
Acquiring the usage request from an external
device (transmission request from the LTR
controller, etc.)
z Cross-busy Output
Cross-busy Output is a function to notify external
devices that the repeater is serving as a channel in an
NXDN Trunking System.
Example of use:
•
Sending a command for suspending request of
use to external devices (suspension of use control
for the LTR controller, etc.)
Operations of Cross-busy are as follows:
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„ Common Behavior of Repeaters Served as
a Control Channel and Traffic Channels
z Cross-busy Output
The Cross-busy Output port is always active (Low)
on the control channel regardless of Control
Channel Active Timer and Control Channel Wait
Time.
z Cross-busy Input
If Low level of signals are entered to the Cross-busy
Input port (pin 25 of the 25-pin D-sub connector,
AUXIO 6), the repeater detects and recognizes its
state that an external device is being used, and if
High level of signals are entered, the repeater
detects and recognizes its state that no external
device is in use.
„ Behavior of Repeaters Served as Traffic
Channels
Cross-busy Input enables the repeater to restrict
the use of channel by determining the channel
state by an internal trigger, an external trigger, or
both internal and external triggers. The external
trigger determines the level (High or Low) on the
Cross-busy Input port. If the Low level is entered
to the Cross-busy Input port, the repeater
recognizes that that the frequency is occupied by
other system, and then restricts the usable of that
channel. Also, an internal trigger will activate a
carrier detection, and result of the detection will be
used as an internal trigger.
z Cross-busy Output
While the repeater is served in an NXDN Trunking
System, a low-level signal can be transferred via a
Cross-busy Output port (pin 4 of the 25-pin D-sub
connector (AUXI 1)). An external device can
recognize the busy state of the repeater by
detecting the logic level of the Cross-busy Output
port.
„ Behavior of Repeater Served as a Control
Channel
z Control Channel Burst
The control channel enables to pause the
transmission at the intervals configured for Control
Channel Active Timer and for Control Channel
Wait Time. The transmission will resume on a
control channel when the amount of time
configured for Control Channel Wait Time elapses.
(Refer to 21.7.2 Control Channel Active Timer on
page 64, 21.7.3 Control Channel Wait Time on
page 64.)
z Cross-busy Input
Busy state by receiving signals on a control
channel can be monitored during the amount of
time configured for Control Channel Wait Time. In
the case of the busy state as a result of monitoring,
the repeater stops serving as a control channel. In
this case, the repeater cannot start transmitting as
a control channel even after the amount of time
configured for Control Channel Wait Time elapses.
If a control channel does not enter busy state from
when the control channel exits the busy state until
the amount of time configured for Control Channel
Wait Time elapses, the repeater will resume the
transmission as a control channel.
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z Cross-busy Input
On a traffic channel, the busy state can be
monitored using the internal trigger or external
trigger, and whether the repeater can be used as a
traffic channel is determined. While the repeater is
being used as a traffic channel, it continues
functioning as a traffic channel and the call cannot
be interrupted midway. If a traffic channel enters
busy state while the repeater is not being used as
a traffic channel, the channel cannot be assigned
as a traffic channel. In the case of internal trigger,
the repeater recognizes that a traffic channel is in
busy state while a carrier is detected on the traffic
channel or it is being used. Therefore, Traffic
Channel Release Delay Time will be activated
after the current communication ends, and then
the traffic channel will not be used for a certain
length of time. (Refer to 21.7.4 Traffic Channel
Release Delay Timer on page 64.)
Conditions for the repeater to use a traffic channel
again vary depending on the configuration for
Cross-busy Input Trigger. (Refer to 21.7.5 Crossbusy Input Trigger on page 64.)
z Cross-busy Output
While a traffic channel is being used, Low level of
signals are transferred form the Cross-busy Output
port and the repeater notifies other controllers
(LTR, etc.) sharing the frequency that the
frequency is being used.
While the repeater is assigned as a traffic channel
and additionally the amount of time configured for
Traffic Channel Release Delay Time is counting
down, Low level signals are transferred form the
Cross-busy Output port. If no traffic channel is
used, High level of signals are transferred from the
Cross-busy Output port.
z Congestion on the Shared Channel
If the busy input from an external device and use
of an internal channel simultaneously occur on a
traffic channel and the shared channel is
simultaneously used, the traffic channel is used
until the current transmission ends. When the
transmission ends, the traffic channel will
immediately be available.
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21.7.3 Control Channel Wait Time
Note:
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If the activation of Control Channel Burst and CW ID
transmission occurs at the same time, CW ID transmission
has priority.
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While transmission on a control channel is disabled, no
message can be sent on the control channel; hence, the
message will be discarded. To avoid this problem, the
dedicated frequency must be retained as the control channel
and the Cross-busy function must not be used.
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If Cross-busy is enabled, the repeater receives signals in
Analog Mode while the repeater is not used as a traffic
channel. In this case, the received audio in Analog Mode
can sound from the speaker. Therefore, interfering signals
are also audible when the repeater receives interfering
signals; hence the interfering signals can be identified.
Control Channel Wait Timer is the amount of time a
repeater pauses transmitting on a control channel.
The system allows the repeater to continuously transmit
on a control channel for the amount of time configured for
Control Channel Active Timer and the call will be
terminated when the amount of time elapses. The
repeater resumes transmitting on the control channel
when the duration configured for Control Channel Wait
Timer elapses after the repeater stops transmitting.
„ Configuration using KPG-110SM
•
„ Configuration using KPG-110SM
•
Configuring the Cross-busy to be enabled or
disabled. (Refer to SYSM 5.1.5 Optional Tab.)
21.7.4 Traffic Channel Release Delay
Timer
21.7.1 Control Channel Burst
Control Channel Burst allows configuration for whether to
toggle a control channel between activated and
deactivated at regular time intervals.
If Control Channel Burst is enabled, a repeater
continuously transmits on a control channel for the
amount of time configured for Control Channel Active
Timer and the repeater pauses transmitting when the
amount of time configured for Control Channel Active
Timer elapses. The repeater resumes transmitting on the
control channel when the duration configured for Control
Channel Wait Timer elapses after the repeater stops
transmitting. Subsequently, the repeater will use the
control channel at the intervals configured for Control
Channel Active Timer and Control Channel Wait Timer.
Traffic Channel Release Delay Time is the amount of time
from when the busy state of a traffic channel controlled by
an external device is reset until the traffic channel will be
able to be used again.
„ Configuration using KPG-110SM
•
Configuring the Traffic Channel Release Delay
Timer. (Refer to SYSM 5.1.5 Optional Tab.)
21.7.5 Cross-busy Input Trigger
Cross-busy Input Trigger is a function to control the busy
state of a traffic channel using the Cross-busy function.
Cross-busy Input Trigger can be configured using
KPG-110SM.
„ Configuration using KPG-110SM
•
Configuring the Control Channel Wait Timer.
(Refer to SYSM 5.1.5 Optional Tab.)
Configuring the Control Channel Burst to be
enabled or disabled. (Refer to SYSM 5.1.5
Optional Tab.)
Table 21-2 Cross-busy Input Trigger
Configuration
21.7.2 Control Channel Active Timer
Control Channel Active Timer is the amount of time a
repeater can continuously transmit on a control channel.
External
The system allows the repeater to continuously transmit
on a control channel for the amount of time configured for
Control Channel Active Timer and the call will be
terminated when the amount of time elapses. The
repeater resumes transmitting on the control channel
when the duration configured for Control Channel Wait
Timer elapses after the repeater stops transmitting.
Description
The repeater cannot be used as a traffic
channel from when the external trigger is
disabled until the amount of time configured
for Traffic Channel Release Delay Time
elapses. The repeater can be used as a traffic
channel when the amount of time configured
for Traffic Channel Release Delay Time
elapses.
„ Configuration using KPG-110SM
•
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Configuring the Control Channel Active Timer.
(Refer to SYSM 5.1.5 Optional Tab.)
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Configuration
Internal
Both
Description
The repeater cannot be used as a traffic
channel from when the internal trigger is
disabled until the amount of time configured
for Traffic Channel Release Delay Time
elapses. The repeater can be used as a traffic
channel when the amount of time configured
for Traffic Channel Release Delay Time
elapses.
If the repeater receives a carrier on the receive
frequency for a traffic channel or Shared is
configured for a traffic channel, the internal
trigger will be enabled after the call is
completed in Conventional Mode.
The repeater cannot be used as a traffic
channel from when either internal trigger or
external trigger is disabled until the amount of
time configured for Traffic Channel Release
Delay Time elapses. The repeater can be
used as a traffic channel when the amount of
time configured for Traffic Channel Release
Delay Time elapses.
If the repeater receives a carrier on the receive
frequency for a traffic channel or Shared is
configured for a traffic channel, the internal
trigger will be enabled after the call is
completed in Conventional Mode.
21.8 Non-dedicated Control
Channel
Non-dedicated Control Channel means that the repeater
can be used for both control channel and traffic channel.
This function can be used to build a site with one channel.
Using this function, a site can be built with a few channels
when installing a site in an area with a small amount of
calls in order to widen the coverage.
If a subscriber unit initiates a call in a site built with
a Non-dedicated Control Channel, the control channel will
be switched to the traffic channel. The subscriber unit
initiates a call using the switched traffic channel.
However, take a note that functions of the control
channel, such as registration, Short Data Message and
Status Message, cannot be used if the traffic channel is
used for communication.
„ Configuration using KPG-110SM
•
Configuring the Non-dedicated Control Channel to
be enabled or disabled. (Refer to SYSM 5.3.1
General Tab.)
„ Configuration using KPG-110SM
•
Configuring the Cross-busy Input Trigger. (Refer
to SYSM 5.3.1 General Tab.)
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21.9 Failure Control Channel
Switching/ Failure Traffic
Channel Remove
„ Configuration using KPG-110SM
•
Failure Control Channel Switching is used to grant
another traffic channel as a new control channel if the
current control channel cannot be used due to detectable
hardware problems, such as an unlocked state of the
control channel. This function is used to continue
operating the system even if failure occurs on the control
channel.
In the case that the repeater cannot transmit a signal, for
instance, due to a malfunction of an external device, such
as the power amplifier, etc., other repeaters that are
properly working can be assigned as a control channel by
emitting the malfunction status of the external device to
the external input port (pin 6 on the 25-pin D-sub
connector (AUXI 3)).
The alternative control channel can be selected from
channels where Control Channel or Dual-functional
Channel is configured for Channel Type.
If there are multiple control channel candidates, the
channel dedicated as a control channel has the highest
priority and other channels will be assigned in ascending
order. Alternative control channels having the same
frequency can be used by preparing repeaters having the
same frequency as control channels.
Failure Traffic Channel Remove is a function that does
not allow the repeater to be assigned as a traffic channel
when the system detects that the repeater serving as a
traffic channel cannot properly send signals due to a
malfunction of the repeater.
In the case that the repeater cannot transmit a signal, for
instance, due to the malfunction of an external device,
such as the power amplifier failure, etc., this repeater
cannot be assigned as a traffic channel by emitting the
malfunction status of the external device to the external
input port (pin 6 on the 25-pin D-sub connector (AUXI 3)).
After the external device recovers from its malfunction so
that the repeater can properly send a signal, the repeater
can be reassigned as a traffic channel.
21.10 Automatic Rollover
Automatic Rollover is used to automatically change the
control channel in a site at configured intervals. This
function is used to prevent deterioration of products, such
as the power amplifier connected to the repeater, by
averaging the transmission time of the control channel.
The system can change a control channel only once a
day at the time of day configured for Rollover Time.
A control channel candidate to be switched can be
selected from channels where Control Channel or Dualfunctional Channel is configured for Channel Type.
If there are multiple control channel candidates, the
channel dedicated as a control channel has the highest
priority and other channels will be selected in ascending
order.
To use the Automatic Rollover function, one of the
following conditions must be satisfied.:
•
2 or more channels are configured for Control
Channel.
•
2 or more channels are configured for Dual-functional
Channel.
•
One channel is configured for Control Channel and
another channel is configured for Dual-functional
Channel.
For an example, a site consisting of 5 channels is
explained below:
Ex.1) Configuring all channels for Dual-functional
Channel (recommended)
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The frequency of the control channel will be changed if the
channel that is generally used as the traffic channel is
substituted for the control channel. In this case, channels may
not be able to be hunted depending on the subscriber unit
configuration. To avoid this problem, all control channel
candidates must be preconfigured for the subscriber unit.
This function will automatically be activated if multiple control
channel candidates exist. The following are triggers to activate
this function:
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•
•
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CH1: Dual-functional Channel
CH2: Dual-functional Channel
CH3: Dual-functional Channel
CH4: Dual-functional Channel
Note:
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Configuring the Channel Type. (Refer to SYSM
5.3.1 General Tab.)
PLL Unlock (RX & TX)
No receive frequency or transmit frequency is configured
when the control channel is activated.
External Input Port.
(Pin 6 on the 25-pin D-sub Connector (AUXI 3))
CH5: Dual-functional Channel
For instance, if CH1 is working as a control
channel, the control channel is alternately switched
in the following order every time the amount of time
configured for Rollover Time elapses: CH1 CH2••• CH5 CH1•••. The other 4 channels
work as traffic channels. Since the control channel
is alternately switched everyday, excessive load on
a certain repeater can be avoided. Also, all
repeaters can be effectively used since 4 channels
are always retained for use as a traffic channel.
Refer to 15 FUNCTION PORT on page 38 for the details of the
external input port.
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21.11 Remote System Standby
Ex.2) Configuring 1 channel for Control Channel and
Dual-functional Channel, respectively
CH1: Control Channel
Remote System Standby is a function that enables
temporary deactivation of a control channel in a site or
reactivation of the control channel by remote control from
a subscriber unit.
CH2: Dual-functional Channel
CH3: Traffic Channel
CH4: Traffic Channel
CH5: Traffic Channel
In this example, CH1 is used as the control channel
first and channels CH2 to CH5 work as traffic
channels. In this case, CH2 starts working as the
control channel when the amount of time
configured for Rollover Time elapses and channels
CH3 to CH5 start working as traffic channels. In
this case, 3 channels can be used as traffic
channels since CH1 is configured as the control
channel and it cannot work as a traffic channel.
Ex.3) Configuring 2 channels for Control Channel
The repeater stops transmitting on the control channel
and the system is temporarily disabled in the following
situations.
•
The control channel receives the preconfigured
Remote System Standby Setup Code.
•
The logic state of any external input port (Pin 5 on the
25-pin D-sub Connector (AUXI 2)) on the controller in
the site goes Low while External Trigger is enabled.
The control channel will be reactivated after the system is
temporarily disabled in one of the following situations.
•
The control channel receives the Remote System
Standby Cancellation Code.
•
The logic state of all external input ports (Pin 5 on the
25-pin D-sub Connector (AUXI 2)) on the controller in
the site goes High while External Trigger is enabled.
CH1: Control Channel
CH2: Control Channel
CH3: Traffic Channel
CH4: Traffic Channel
The following configurations are possible by using
KPG-110SM:
CH5: Traffic Channel
In this example, CH1 and CH2 are used exclusively
for control channels. In this case, the control
channel is alternately switched in the following
order every time the amount of time configured for
Rollover Time elapses: CH1 CH2 CH1•••.
Three channels can be used as traffic channels.
•
Configuring the Remote System Standby to be
enabled or disabled.
•
Remote System Standby Setup Code
•
Remote System Standby Cancellation Code
•
Configuring the External Trigger to be enabled or
disabled.
Note:


The subscriber unit and system must be configured in a manner
such that failures, such as a subscriber unit not being able to
activate a channel hunt when the control channel is changed,
can be prevented.
If the amount of time configured for Rollover Time elapses while
the traffic channel that is configured to be the next control
channel continues to be busy, this function will not be activated
and the control channel will not be changed.
„ Configuration using KPG-110SM
•
Configuring the Automatic Rollover to be enabled
or disabled. (Refer to SYSM 5.3.1 General Tab.)
•
Configuring the Rollover Time. (Refer to SYSM
5.3.1 General Tab.)
•
Configuring the Channel Type. (Refer to SYSM
5.3.1 General Tab.)
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A repeater that has received the Remote System Standby Setup
Code waits for a Remote System Standby Cancellation Code.

If the repeater is turned OFF and ON again, the state of Remote
System Standby will not be retained and the system will restart.
However, the system will not activate unless the logic state of all
external input ports (Pin 5 on the 25-pin D-sub Connector (AUXI
2)) on the repeaters in the site go High if the system has entered
Remote System Standby state with an external input port.

Refer to 15 FUNCTION PORT on page 38 for the details of the
external input port.
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If Power-on Standby is enabled, a control channel will be
activated in System Standby Mode when the system is restarted
after writing using KPG-110SM the configuration data to the
repeater. (Refer to 21.12 Power-on Standby on page 68.)
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Configuring the Remote System Standby to be
enabled or disabled. (Refer to SYSM 5.3.1
General Tab.)
•
Configuring the Remote System Standby Setup
Code. (Refer to SYSM 5.3.1 General Tab.)
•
Configuring the Remote System Standby
Cancellation Code. (Refer to SYSM 5.3.1 General
Tab.)
•
Configuring the External Trigger to be enabled or
disabled. (Refer to SYSM 5.3.1 General Tab.)
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21.12 Power-on Standby
21.13 CW ID
Power-on Standby is a function that places a control
channel in System Standby Mode when the system
starts. This is a function that disables the transmission
capability until the frequency is stabilized in the case that
the optional reference oscillator OCXO (KXK-3) is used.
The control channel can be activated at the time the
frequency is stabilized after the system starts.
CW ID is also referred to as Station ID and this function
uses the downlink frequency of the repeater to
annunciate the identifier that is preconfigured in the
repeater site at the time intervals configured for Transmit
Interval Time. A maximum of 32 alphanumeric
characters and symbols can be configured and sent.
If this function is enabled, the control channel will be
activated in System Standby Mode when the system
starts. The LED of the [RPT DISABLE] key for a control
channel lights while in System Standby Mode. If the
[RPT DISABLE] key on any of the repeaters in the site is
pressed, the LED on all the repeaters will be turned Off,
System Standby Mode will be reset, and then a
transmission will start on a control channel. Or, if one of
the repeaters receives the Remote System Standby
Cancellation Code from a subscriber unit, the LED on all
repeaters will be turned Off, System Standby Mode will
be reset, and then a transmission will start on a control
channel.
Note:

OCXO will not be initialized after writing using KPG-109D or
KPG-110SM the configuration data to the repeater; hence, no
wait time is required for the frequency stabilization.

If Power-on Standby is enabled, a control channel will be
activated in System Standby Mode when the system is restarted
after writing using KPG-110SM the configuration data to the
repeater.
In some countries and regions, it is legally required to
annunciate the identification number of the repeater
audibly at certain time intervals. If the CW ID
transmission is allowed, the system can send the
identification number preconfigured for the repeater site
at short times using CW ID.
If the system sends the CW ID on the traffic channel, the
system will check whether or not the traffic channel is
used when the amount of time configured for Transmit
Interval Time elapses. If all channels are busy, the
system will send the CW ID when the call ends.
If the system sends the CW ID on the control channel, the
system will automatically terminate communications
made on the control channel when the amount of time
configured for Transmit Interval Time elapses, and then
the system will enter Analog Mode. Then, the system
sends the CW ID. If the transmission ends, the control
channel will immediately become available.
„ Configuration using KPG-110SM
•
Configuring the CW ID. (Refer to SYSM 5.5 CW
ID Window.)
„ Configuration using KPG-110SM
•
Configuring the Power-on Standby to be enabled
or disabled (Refer to SYSM 5.3.1 General Tab.)
21.13.1
Transmit Interval Time
Transmit Interval Time is the interval to send the CW ID.
The repeater will send the CW ID repeatedly using the
interval configured for Transmit Interval Time. If a
repeater is used, the repeater configuration determines
whether to pause communicating or to send the CW ID
after ending the communication according to the CW ID
Override configuration.
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Configuring the Transmit Interval Time. (Refer to
SYSM 5.5 CW ID Window.)
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21.14 Service Class (GID/UID)
21.14.1
Service Class is used to unify and create a pattern for
function use restriction management for subscriber units
in order to simplify the management of subscriber units.
Service Classes can be divided and configured based on
the usage of subscriber units. For instance, a Service
Class where only voice communication is enabled and a
Service Class where both data communication and voice
communication are enabled can be created. A maximum
of 127 Service Classes that can be used by a GID and
UID can be configured for each.
Class Name is the name of the Service Class.
Authorization or restriction of the service that can be used
by a UID and GID must be configured for a Service Class.
When the system receives a function request, such as a
call request from a subscriber unit, the system will verify
the request with the preconfigured Service Class and
grant the connection if the service is authorized. If the
service is restricted, the system will send back an error
message and rejects the connection.
„ Configuration using KPG-110SM
Class Name (GID/UID)
•
Comments (GID/UID)
•
Late Entry (GID)
•
Priority Monitor (GID)
•
Time Out Timer (GID/UID)
•
Intersite Call (GID)
•
Busy System Wait (GID)
•
Site Number (GID)
•
Individual Call Response Type (UID)
•
Queue Level for Individual Call (UID)
•
Available Calls (GID/UID)
•
Configuring the Class Name (GID) (Refer to
SYSM 5.7.2 General Tab.)
•
Configuring the Class Name (UID) (Refer to
SYSM 5.8.2 General Tab.)
21.14.2
Valid (GID/UID)
Valid is used to configure whether to enable the Service
Class on the system.
„ Configuration using KPG-110SM
The following functions relevant to Service Class can be
configured using KPG-110SM:
•
Class Name (GID/UID)
•
Configuring the Valid to be enabled or disabled
(GID) (Refer to SYSM 5.7.2 General Tab.)
•
Configuring the Valid to be enabled or disabled
(UID) (Refer to SYSM 5.8.2 General Tab.)
21.14.3
Comment (GID/UID)
Comment is used to enter complementary information for
the Service Class.
„ Configuration using KPG-110SM
•
Configuring the Comment (GID) (Refer to SYSM
5.7.2 General Tab.)
•
Configuring the Comment (UID) (Refer to SYSM
5.8.2 General Tab.)
„ About Service Class for All Groups Call
Service Class used to communicate using All Groups
Call can be configured in the same manner as the
Service Class for GID. All Groups Call is the
communication system whereby a call can be initiated
to all groups that are currently used in the system.
„ About Secondary Service Class
Service Class that is used to communicate using
Group Call or Individual Call while the system is in
Site Trunking Mode can be configured. Site Trunking
Mode is the state in which a subscriber unit cannot
access the Home Site where the GID or UID is
registered. If the connection between sites is
disconnected in a Multi-site system, the system will
enter Site Trunking Mode.
Note: Service Class and Secondary Service Class for All
Groups Call can be used only by a repeater having
firmware version 1.10.00 or later.
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21.14.4
Late Entry (GID)
„ Configuration using KPG-110SM
Late Entry is used to send the instruction message to a
traffic channel on a control channel at certain intervals
using Group Call.
If this function is enabled, the subscriber can participate
in a Group Call midway through the call when returning to
the communication area even if the subscriber unit was
temporarily outside of the communication area and could
not receive the message that was sent by the Group Call.
Late Entry can be enabled or disabled using
KPG-110SM.
•
Configuring the Time-out Timer (GID) (Refer to
SYSM 5.7.2 General Tab.)
•
Configuring the Time-out Timer (UID) (Refer to
SYSM 5.8.2 General Tab.)
•
Configuring the Time-out Timer (All Groups Call)
(Refer to SYSM 5.9.1 General Tab.)
•
Configuring the Time-out Timer (Secondary GID)
(Refer to SYSM 5.10.1 General Tab.)
•
Configuring the Time-out Timer (Secondary UID)
(Refer to SYSM 5.11.1 General Tab.)
„ Configuration using KPG-110SM
21.14.7
•
Configuring the Late Entry to be enabled or
disabled (GID) (Refer to SYSM 5.7.2 General
Tab.)
•
Configuring the Late Entry to be enabled or
disabled (All Groups Call). (Refer to SYSM 5.9.1
General Tab.)
•
Configuring the Late Entry to be enabled or
disabled (Secondary GID) (Refer to SYSM 5.10.1
General Tab.)
21.14.5
Priority Monitor (GID)
Priority Monitor is used to provide Group Call information
on a traffic channel.
If a subscriber unit finds a Group Call having higher
priority than the current Group Call using Group Call
information that is provided on a traffic channel, the
subscriber unit can participate in the Group Call having
higher priority.
Intersite Call (GID)
Intersite Call is a function that permits communication by
a Voice Call or Data Call (Status Call, Short Data Call and
Long Data Call) between sites.
If this function is enabled, a Voice Call and Data Call can
be initiated between sites that are registered in the
Intersite Call Table.
If Assigned is configured for the Intersite Call Table, a
Group Call can be initiated in a site where a Group ID is
assigned using Group Registration that is done by a
subscriber unit. However, for All Groups Call, Assigned
cannot be configured in the Intersite Call Table. (Refer to
21.16 Group Registration on page 73.)
A maximum of 6 sites which are allowed to process a
Group Call among sites, including those where Assigned
is configured, can be registered in the Intersite Call Table.
Also, for All Groups Call, all the sites can be treated as
the target for All Groups Call.
Note:
„ Configuration using KPG-110SM
•
Configuring the Priority Monitor to be enabled or
disabled (GID) (Refer to SYSM 5.7.2 General
Tab.)
•
Configuring the Priority Monitor to be enabled or
disabled (All Groups Call) (Refer to SYSM 5.9.1
General Tab.)
•
Configuring the Priority Monitor to be enabled or
disabled (Secondary GID) (Refer to SYSM 5.10.1
General Tab.)
21.14.6

This function can be used only by a repeater having firmware
version V1.10.00 or later.

“Assigned” can be used only by a repeater having firmware
version 1.16.00 or later.

All the sites can be treated as the target for All Groups Call only
by repeaters having firmware version 1.16.00 or later.
„ Configuration using KPG-110SM
Configuring the Intersite Call to be enabled or
disabled (GID) (Refer to SYSM 5.7.4 Intersite
Tab.)
•
Configuring the Intersite Call to be enabled or
disabled (All Groups Call) (Refer to SYSM 5.9.3
Intersite Tab.)
•
Configuring the Intersite Call Table (GID) (Refer to
SYSM 5.7.4 Intersite Tab.)
•
Configuring the Intersite Call Table (All Groups
Call) (Refer to SYSM 5.9.3 Intersite Tab.)
Time-out Timer (GID/UID)
Time-out Timer is the maximum continuous transmission
time for a subscriber unit to communicate using Group
Call. The duration of Time-out Timer is embedded in the
call message and sent to the subscriber unit. Subscriber
units at the transmitting party and the receiving party use
the duration that is embedded in the call message while
communicating.
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21.14.8
Busy System Wait (GID)
Table 21-3 Individual Call Response Type
Busy System Wait can be configured how the system
controls communication while a Voice Call or Data Call is
made between sites.
If this function is enabled and to communicate using
Voice Call, the system controls the subscriber unit to
connect to the site having an available channel upon a
Group Call transmission and then communication will
start immediately. If no channel is available for the site,
the call will be queued. If a channel becomes available in
a busy site during communications, the system will allow
sites to start communications in the order of available
sites using Late Entry. Queue is applied to both the
transmitting site and receiving site. To communicate
using a Data Call, the system connects only to the site
where an available channel exists when a Group Call is
initiated and then starts the call. If no available channel
exists in the site, the call will not be queued. (Refer to
21.3.1 Busy Queue Mode on page 59.)
If this function is disabled, the system sends the System
Busy back to a subscriber unit and the call will immediately
be rejected if there is a busy site in prepared target sites,
including the transmitting site.
Configuration
Description
Normal
The system grants a traffic channel without
checking for the presence of the receiving
party in the same manner as Group Call. The
transmitting party cannot confirm that the
receiving party received the call until the
receiving party responds.
Response
The system sends a call message to the
receiving party and grants a traffic channel
only if the receiving party responds. If the
receiving party does not respond, the system
sends an error message back to the
transmitting party.
„ Configuration using KPG-110SM
•
Configuring the Individual Call Response Type
(UID) (Refer to SYSM 5.8.2 General Tab.)
•
Configuring the Individual Call Response Type
(Secondary UID) (Refer to SYSM 5.11.1 General
Tab.)
21.14.10
Queue Level Call (UID)
Note:

This function can be used only by a repeater having firmware
version V1.10.00 or later.
Queue Level is the priority level to be applied when a
subscriber unit makes a call to other subscriber units.

Configuration for Busy System Wait is enabled only for Group
Call (Conference/ Broadcast). In the case of Individual Call,
both transmitting and receiving subscriber units make or receive
an Individual Call according to the configuration for Queue
regardless of the configuration for Busy System Wait.
How the system responds while the system is in the
System Busy state varies depending on the priority level
at the transmitting subscriber unit. (Refer to 21.3.1 Busy
Queue Mode on page 59.)
„ Configuration using KPG-110SM
„ Configuration using KPG-110SM
•
•
Configuring the Busy System Wait to be enabled
or disabled (GID) (Refer to SYSM 5.7.4 Intersite
Tab.)
Configuring the Busy System Wait to be enabled
or disabled (All Groups Call) (Refer to SYSM 5.9.3
Intersite Tab.)
21.14.9
Individual Call Response
Type (UID)
Individual Call Response Type is the response type how
the receiving subscriber unit responds when a subscriber
unit makes a call to other subscriber units using an
Individual Call.
•
Configuring the Queue Level (UID) (Refer to
SYSM 5.8.2 General Tab.)
•
Configuring the Queue Level (Secondary UID)
(Refer to SYSM 5.11.1 General Tab.)
21.14.11
Available Calls (GID/UID)
Available Calls is used to restrict various calls that the
subscriber unit can make. The system checks for the
Available Calls for the communication request from a
subscriber unit and sends an error message back to the
subscriber unit if the requested call has been disabled.
Individual Call Response Type can be configured as
below using KPG-109D.
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„ Configuration using KPG-110SM

•
Configuring the Available Calls (GID) (Refer to
SYSM 5.7.3 Call Type Tab.)
•
Configuring the Available Calls (UID) (Refer to
SYSM 5.8.3 Call Type Tab.)
•
Configuring the Available Calls (All Groups Call)
(Refer to SYSM 5.9.2 Call Type Tab.)
•
Configuring the Available Calls (Secondary GID)
(Refer to SYSM 5.10.2 Call Type Tab.)
•
Configuring the Available Calls (Secondary UID)
(Refer to SYSM 5.11.2 Call Type Tab.)
Status, either Repeat Enable or Repeat Disable, before the
repeater enters Failsoft Mode is continued even after the
repeater enters Failsoft Mode. Pressing the [RPT DISABLE]
key while the repeater is in Failsoft Mode stops or resumes
transmitting. However, the status, either Repeat Enable or
Repeat Disable, will not be retained. Therefore, the status after
the repeater restores from Failsoft Mode, either Repeat Enable
or Repeat Disable, will be the same status as before the
repeater enters Failsoft Mode.
„ Configuration using KPG-110SM
•
Configuring the Failsoft Mode to be enabled or
disabled (Refer to SYSM 5.4.8 Failsoft Mode.)
•
Configuring the Time-out Timer in Failsoft Mode
(Refer to SYSM 5.1.4 Timers Tab.)
21.15 Failsoft Mode
21.15.1
Failsoft Mode is a function that can provide the minimal
communication capability for subscriber units in a site if
the system cannot provide the Trunking control capability
for the site due to an error or malfunction of a device in
the site.
A subscriber unit searches in the hunt sequence for a
channel configured as a Failsoft Channel if the control
channel transits to Failsoft Mode, and also enters Failsoft
Mode upon receipt of a broadcast message sent from the
system representing that the system has been in the
Failsoft state.
If this function is enabled, the repeater enters Failsoft
Mode and then serves as a Failsoft Channel when the
network connection is disconnected due to a malfunction
in the hub which connects the repeaters and also the
system cannot provide the Trunking control capability for
a site. If a candidate channel either for a control channel
or traffic channel becomes unavailable because of a
malfunction of the repeater even though the network is
working properly, the repeater enters Failsoft Mode and
then the repeater serves as a Failsoft Channel. Failsoft
Channel serves as a control channel for Mixed Mode.
Only Group ID is checked on a Failsoft Channel and all
types of digital voice calls will be repeated. Only group
voice communications within the site can be done.
On a Failsoft Channel, the repeater notifies subscriber
units that the repeater has been in Failsoft Mode.
If troubled elements are cured, the repeater, upon
detection of such, restarts and resumes normal operation.
If this function is disabled, the repeater stops the Trunking
operation without entering Failsoft Mode in the case that
the system cannot provide the Trunking control capability
for the site.
Refer to SYSM 5.4.8 Failsoft Mode for details of the
Failsoft Mode behavior.
Note:

This function can be used only by a repeater having firmware
version 1.16.00 or later.

No Communication Log is recorded while the repeater is in
Failsoft Mode.

No CW ID is sent while the repeater is in Failsoft Mode.

No analog signal is repeated even if the repeater configured as
a Shared Channel starts working as a Failsoft Channel.
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Behavior of a Subscriber Unit
In the case that a transmission on a Failsoft Channel
stops and the repeater restores to a normal mode, a
subscriber unit searches for a control channel and exits
Failsoft Mode upon acquisition of the channel that is
serving as a control channel. Also, while in Failsoft
Mode, a subscriber unit searches for a control channel in
adjacent sites at certain intervals and then exits Failsoft
Mode upon acquisition of the channel that is serving as a
control channel.
21.15.2
About Relationship with
Secondary Service Class
In the case that the network connection with another site is
disconnected while the single site is properly working, and
there may be sites that cannot exchange information, the
system will run the Multi-site system within the available
connection. In this case, the repeater does not enter
Failsoft Mode and the system provides restrictive
communication service to the subscriber units in order to
prevent the system from turning down. If the subscriber
unit cannot access the Home Site since Home Site is
disconnected from the network, the system accepts the
communication requests within the range permitted by
Secondary Class of Service. If the connection to the
network is restored and communication to another site is
re-established, the call between the sites can automatically
be recovered.
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21.16 Group Registration
If a Group ID is not used within approximately 12
hours after the Group ID registration information is
refreshed, the system will delete the registration
information of the Group ID. The Group ID
registration information is refreshed upon occurrence
of either of the following events:
Group Registration is a function that allows a subscriber
unit to register a Group ID to the system to be used in the
system.
In the case that a Group Call is initiated in a multi-site
system, the subscriber units belonging to a group are
called using the channel resources (frequencies) across
multiple sites. In this case, to use channel resources
effectively, it is necessary to efficiently and appropriately
recognize the locations of subscriber units that are
waiting for a Group Call and also suppress the
transmissions on channels where there is no subscriber
unit that does not have to receive the Group Call.
A subscriber unit can register with the system the
Group ID to be used by your own station when the
subscriber unit is turned ON, when the subscriber unit
roams to different sites, or when a control channel is
accessed upon selection of the Group ID with no
group registration.
„ Behavior of the System
The system will register the Group ID to the target
Home Site upon receipt of a request for a group
registration from a subscriber unit. If the Group ID is
already registered by that subscriber unit, the system
will delete the registration information about the Group
ID and register the new Group ID from the beginning.
Upon receipt of the Group Call request from a
subscriber unit, the system refers to the configuration
for Service Class of the Group ID and then identifies
whether the called site exists in the Intersite Call Table
(Static) if Intersite Call is enabled. If the called site
does not exist in the Intersite Call Table (Static), it is
identified by the Group Registration whether the
Group ID is registered in the Intersite Call Table
(Assigned). If the Group ID is registered in any of
them, the system accepts the request of Group Call
and then starts doing the Group Call in the area
registered in the Intersite Call Table (Static or
Valuable). (Refer to 21.14.7 Intersite Call (GID) on
page 70.)
•
Group Registration
„ Configuration using KPG-110SM
•
Configuring the Group Registration to be enabled
or disabled (Refer to SYSM 5.1.5 Optional Tab.)
21.16.1
Examples of Group
Registration Operations
The explanation of the Group Registration operations can
be found by referring to an Intersite Call as an example of
initiating a call in a multi-site system that has 6 sites from
Site 1 to Site 6. (100 is configured for the Group ID of
Intersite Call.)
a) In the case that only subscriber unit A (Unit ID = 1,
Group ID = 100) resides in Site 1:
Site1:
Subscriber unit A
Site 2 to Site 6:
No subscriber units
In this case, only a Group Call can be initiated in Site
1 coverage.
b) In the case that subscriber unit A resides in Site 1
and subscriber unit B (UID = 2, GID = 100) resides
in Site 2:
A maximum of 6 sites which are allowed to process a
Group Call among sites, including those where
Assigned is configured, can be registered in the
Intersite Call Table. If the number of the Group ID
registration requests that are sent from a subscriber
unit exceeds the number of sites that can be
registered, the Group ID will not be registered.
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By using this function, a Group Call can effectively be
processed even in a system where a subscriber unit
frequently migrates among sites.
Following are operations that are available if this function
is enabled.
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Subscriber unit A
Site 2:
Subscriber unit B
Site 3 to Site 6:
No subscriber units
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c) In the case that subscriber unit A resides in Site 1,
subscriber unit B resides in Site 2, and subscriber
unit C (UID = 3, Group ID = 100) resides in Site 3:
Site 1:
Subscriber unit A
Site 2:
Subscriber unit B
Site 3:
Subscriber unit C
Site 4 to Site 6:
No subscriber units
In this case, an Intersite Call among Site 1, Site 2 and
Site 3 can be initiated.
d) In the case that subscriber units (GID = 100)
having different UIDs reside in each site:
In this case, an Intersite Call in Site 1 to Site 9 can be
initiated.
21.16.2
About Group Registration and
Scan Operations
By referring to an example of a system operated with the
following configuration, the relationship between Group
Registration and scan operation is as follows.
Site 1 (2 units, subscriber unit A and subscriber unit B
reside.)
A: Unit ID = 1 (GID = 100, GID = 200)
B: Unit ID = 2 (GID = 100)
*
Each GID allows Intersite Calls.
Site 2 (1 unit, subscriber unit C resides)
C: Unit ID = 3 (GID = 100)
a) If subscriber unit A starts the scan in Site 1 after
Registration with a GID code 200 completes:
Subscriber unit B with a GID code 100 completes the
Registration in Site 1 when subscriber unit A is called
by subscriber unit C located in Site 2 with a GID code
100; hence, subscriber unit A that may be scanning
will be able to communicate after subscriber unit A
stops scanning.
In the meantime, in the case that subscriber unit B
does not reside in Site 1*1, subscriber unit A remains
scanning even if subscriber unit A receives a call from
subscriber unit C in Site 2.
*1
This represents that Registration with a GID code 100 for
Site 1 is not completed.
b) If subscriber unit A starts the scan in Site 1 after
Registration with a GID code 100 completes:
In this case, the scan starts after Registration is
completed in Site 1; hence, if subscriber unit A is
called by subscriber unit C in Site 2, subscriber unit A
can make a call after the scan stops.
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22 DATA PASSWORD
Data Password is used to protect the configuration data in
the repeater with a password.
22.1 Read Authorization
Password
Read Authorization Password protects the configuration
data and prevents the operating frequencies from being
read by unauthorized persons if an undesirable situation
occurs, such as the repeater is stolen.
The Read Authorization Password must be entered with a
PC when reading the configuration data from a repeater
with Read Authorization Password by using KPG-109D.
If the password does not match, the data configured for
the repeater cannot be read.
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
•
Configuring the Read Authorization Password.
(Data Password) (Refer to FPRG 6.4.1 Common
Page 1 Tab.)
22.2 Overwrite Password
Overwrite Password protects the configuration data and
prevents the frequency data from being overwritten by
unauthorized persons if an undesirable situation occurs,
such as the repeater is stolen.
The Overwrite Password must be entered from a PC
when writing the configuration data to a repeater with
Overwrite Password by using KPG-109D.
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
•
Configuring the Overwrite Password (Data
Password). (Refer to FPRG 6.4.1 Common Page
1 Tab.)
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23 EMBEDDED MESSAGE
Embedded Message is used to embed a message in a
repeater unit.
23.1 Embedded Message
Embedded Message is used to store a maximum of 64
alphanumeric characters in a repeater. Unique profiles of
the repeater, such as serial number and file name of
configuration data written to the repeater, can be
embedded in the repeater.
A message can be written to a repeater by using
KPG-109D. The Embedded Message written in the
repeater is stored as a part of the configuration data.
The stored messages can be read from a repeater by
using KPG-109D.
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
•
Configuring the Embedded Message. (Refer to
FPRG 6.15 Embedded Message Window.)
23.2 Embedded Message with
Password
Embedded Message with Password can be used to store
in a repeater a maximum of 64 alphanumeric characters
with a password.
Unique profiles for a repeater, such as the serial number
and file name of the configuration data written to the
repeater, can be embedded in the repeater with the
password.
Messages and password can be written to a repeater by
using KPG-109D. When writing a message with the
Embedded Message with Password function, the
message is stored in the repeater as separate data from
the configuration data.
The password must be entered to write a message. The
message cannot be written to the repeater unless the
correct password is entered.
The stored messages can be read from a repeater by
using KPG-109D.
„ Configuration using KPG-109D
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Configuring the Embedded Message with
Password. (Refer to FPRG 6.16 Embedded
Message with Password Window.)
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Symbols
* and # Digit Time.......................................................... 30
Numerics
17-segment LED ............................................................. 3
A
Abbreviations Used in this Document .............................. I
About Copyright ....................................................Cover 2
About Group Registration and Scan Operations........... 74
About NEXEDGE ............................................................ II
About Notations ............................................................... I
About NXDN ................................................................... II
About the Programming Software for the
NXR-700/ NXR-800......................................................... II
About this Manual ..............................................Cover 2, I
About Trademark ............................................................ II
Activation (AUX Input)................................................... 34
Activation (AUX Output) ................................................ 35
Activation (PF Key) ....................................................... 32
Additional Control Channels.......................................... 61
Adjacency Information................................................... 61
Adjacent Control Channels ........................................... 61
Adjusting the Volume Level........................................... 14
Audio Frequency (CW ID) ............................................. 54
Audio Frequency (CW Message) .................................. 56
Automatic Rollover ........................................................ 66
AUX Input/Output .......................................................... 34
Available Calls............................................................... 58
Available Calls (GID/UID).............................................. 71
Available Functions for the AUX Input Port................... 41
Available Functions for the AUX Input/Output Port ....... 39
Available Functions for the AUX Output Port ................ 46
B
Basic Functions............................................................... 9
Basic Operation ............................................................ 14
Beat Shift ...................................................................... 12
Busy Channel Lockout .................................................. 16
Busy Queue Mode ........................................................ 59
Busy System Wait (GID) ............................................... 71
C
Call Queuing ................................................................. 59
Channel Configuration of the System ........................... 57
Channel Number ........................................................... 57
Channel Type................................................................ 10
Class Name (GID/UID).................................................. 69
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Clear to Transpond ....................................................... 37
Comment (GID/UID) ..................................................... 69
Compander ................................................................... 13
Conditions for Air Remote............................................. 32
Configuring the Single Tone ............................. 33, 35, 36
Configuring the Transpond Code...................... 33, 35, 36
Control Channel ............................................................ 57
Control Channel Active Timer ....................................... 64
Control Channel Burst................................................... 64
Control Channel LED ...................................................... 4
Control Channel Wait Time........................................... 64
Control Tone ................................................................... 6
Courtesy Tone ................................................................ 7
Cross-busy.................................................................... 62
Cross-busy Input Trigger .............................................. 64
CW ID ..................................................................... 53, 68
CW ID on Channel Change .......................................... 55
CW ID Override............................................................. 54
CW ID to RA port .......................................................... 55
CW ID, CW Message.................................................... 53
CW Message ................................................................ 55
CW Message to RA port ............................................... 56
CW Modulation Delay Time (CW ID) ............................ 54
CW Modulation Delay Time (CW Message) ................. 56
CW Speed (CW ID)....................................................... 54
CW Speed (CW Message)............................................ 55
D
Data Password.............................................................. 75
Deactivation (AUX Input) .............................................. 34
Deactivation (AUX Output)............................................ 35
Deactivation (PF Key) ................................................... 32
Delete Control Channels............................................... 61
Display ............................................................................ 3
DQT Turn-off Code ....................................................... 20
Dropout Delay Time ...................................................... 28
DTMF ............................................................................ 29
DTMF Speed................................................................. 29
Dual-functional Channel................................................ 57
Dwell Time .................................................................... 28
E
Embedded Message ..................................................... 76
Embedded Message with Password ............................. 76
Emergency Call............................................................. 59
Encode Tone (Multiple)................................................. 47
Encode with QT/DQT (CW ID) ...................................... 55
Encode with QT/DQT (CW Message) ........................... 56
Encode/Decode List ...................................................... 30
Encryption ..................................................................... 50
Examples of Group Registration Operations ................ 73
External Monitor............................................................ 15
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Failsoft Mode .................................................................72
Failure Control Channel Switching/ Failure Traffic
Channel Remove ...........................................................66
Firmware Copyrights............................................. Cover 2
First Digit Delay Time ....................................................29
First Digit Time...............................................................29
Frequency......................................................................30
Frequency Number ........................................................57
Front Panel ......................................................................1
Function Port .................................................................38
Functions and Panel Layout ............................................1
Non-dedicated Control Channel ....................................65
Number of Queues ........................................................60
NXDN ESN ....................................................................62
NXDN ESN Validation ...................................................62
NXDN Trunking .............................................................57
G
O
OCXO LED ......................................................................4
Off-hook Decode ...........................................................21
Off-hook Scan................................................................28
Operation Mode.............................................................12
Over-the-Air Alias ..........................................................51
Overwrite Password ......................................................75
Group Call .....................................................................58
Group ID List .................................................................52
Group Registration ........................................................73
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How to Read this Manual .................................................I
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Individual Call ................................................................58
Individual Call Response Type (UID).............................71
Intersite Call (GID) .........................................................70
Interval Activity Transmit................................................54
K
Key Assignment.............................................................24
P
Period ............................................................................31
Personalization (NXDN) ................................................51
PF Key...........................................................................32
Power-on Standby .........................................................68
Priority ...........................................................................26
Priority Call ....................................................................59
Priority Channel .............................................................26
Priority Monitor (GID).....................................................70
PTT Priority....................................................................16
Q
QT Decode Delay ..........................................................21
QT Reverse Burst Time .................................................20
QT/DQT Decode............................................................11
QT/DQT Encode............................................................11
QT/DQT Encode/ Decode .............................................20
Queue Level Call (UID) .................................................71
L
Late Entry (GID) ............................................................70
Logic Type ...............................................................36, 46
Long Data Call ...............................................................58
Lookback Time ..............................................................27
Lowest Receive Level Threshold...................................15
M
Manufacturer Limitation .................................................62
Multiple Encode/Decode Table......................................47
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RAN Decode..................................................................11
RAN Encode..................................................................12
RAN Encode/ Decode ...................................................21
Read Authorization Password .......................................75
Rear Panel.......................................................................1
Receive Functions .........................................................15
Remote Access with QT/DQT .......................................37
Remote Control .............................................................32
Remote System Standby ...............................................67
Repeater Hold Time ......................................................16
Resetting the Time-out Timer ........................................18
Revert Channel..............................................................27
Revision History.................................................... Cover 3
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V
Scan .............................................................................. 26
Scan Add ...................................................................... 13
Scrambler/Encryption Status Memory........................... 50
Service Class (GID/UID) ............................................... 69
Shared Channel ............................................................ 57
Short Data Call.............................................................. 58
Sidetone ........................................................................ 31
Signaling ....................................................................... 20
Software Copyrights..............................................Cover 2
Sound.............................................................................. 6
Squelch Level ............................................................... 13
Standby on Transmit Frequency ................................... 15
Startup .......................................................................... 22
Status Call..................................................................... 58
Status LED ...................................................................... 4
System Timer ................................................................ 60
Valid (GID/UID) ............................................................. 69
Voice Scrambler............................................................ 50
Voice Scrambler/ Encryption......................................... 50
Voice with Data Call ...................................................... 59
Voting Pilot Tone............................................................. 8
W
Warning Tone ................................................................. 6
Wide/ Narrow .................................................................. 9
T
Test Tone ........................................................................ 6
Time-out Timer (GID/UID)............................................. 70
Time-out Timer (TOT) ................................................... 17
Tone Volume................................................................... 8
TOT Pre-alert ................................................................ 17
TOT Rekey Time........................................................... 17
TOT Reset Time............................................................ 18
Traffic Channel.............................................................. 57
Traffic Channel Release Delay Timer ........................... 64
Transmission of Courtesy Tone ...................................... 7
Transmit and Receive Frequency ................................... 9
Transmit Delay Time ..................................................... 53
Transmit Functions........................................................ 16
Transmit Interval Time ............................................ 53, 68
Transmit Mode .............................................................. 10
Transmit Power ............................................................... 9
Transponder (AUX Input) .............................................. 34
Transponder (AUX Output) ........................................... 36
Transponder (PF Key)................................................... 33
Trigger Detection at the AUX Input Port........................ 46
Troubleshooting using Status LEDs................................ 5
Turning the Repeater ON/ OFF..................................... 14
U
Unit ID (Own) ................................................................ 51
Unit ID List .................................................................... 52
Unit ID Name (Own)...................................................... 51
User List ........................................................................ 52
Using PF Keys .............................................................. 14
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