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CE45 EEPROM PROGRAMMING SOFTWARE REFERENCE MANUAL
CE45 EEPROM PROGRAMMING SOFTWARE
REFERENCE MANUAL
The CE45 Programming Software is used to program the Vertex Standard
VX-210A Hand-Held Transceivers. With the CE45 Programming Software, you can quickly and easily program the Vertex Standard VX-210A’s
channels and configuration from your personal computer. In the event of
an accidental memory failure, channel memory and configuration data may
be re-loaded in a matter of minutes.
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CE45 EEPROM PROGRAMMING SOFTWARE REFERENCE MANUAL
Important Note!
Do not work directly with the CE45 programming diskette. Make a copy of it
and use the copy when programming the VX-210A. Keep it and the original
distribution diskette in a safe place in case you need to make another copy of it
later.
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INSTALLING THE PROGRAM
The CE45 programming diskette contains the following files:
r CE45.EXE
r CE45.HLP
Before connecting the VX-210A for programming, turn off both the computer and the VX210A. Now connect the CT-42 PC Programming Cable between the computer’s serial
port and the VX-210A’s MIC/SP jack.
Then it will be safe to restart the computer; turning off the equipment during interconnection avoids the potential for damage to the electronics caused by voltage spikes.
Insert the distribution diskette into your 3½” drive (after booting DOS), and make a copy
of the diskette; use the distribution diskette for archive purposes, and use the disk copy for
programming.
Place the CE45 (copy) diskette into your 3½” drive (usually “Drive A”), create a directory
in your “C” drive named “CE45,” then load the contents of the CE45 diskette into the
CE45 directory, using the COPY command (e.g. “COPY A:Û.Û C:\CE45”).
Now type “CE45 [ENTER]” to start the
program. The introductory screen will
appear, and you may press any key to
enter the main screen.
Personal
Computer
Choose the “Help” contents option
([F1] key) from the program’s Menu
for assistance with channel programming or the setting of parameters.
COM 1
MIC/SP Jack
VX-210A
PC Programming Cable
VX-210A Programming Setup
Important Note!
Before creating new programming data via the CE45 programming software,
upload the current hardware environment data from the transceiver by (Upload) command. See page 19 for details regarding the Upload command.
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MAIN SCREEN
The main channel data screen is made up of four sections:
1. The top line, which contains the main function selections – Files, Common, Signaling, Help, Radio, and Channel.
2. The bottom line, which contains [F] key functions for the main channel screen, and
short Help messages as well as data entry information for advanced functions.
3. The top half of the screen, which contains the hardware configuration, such as frequency band, channel step size, the name of the current file, COM port, and the printer
port selection.
4. The bottom half of the screen, which contains the actual channel data.
Navigation on the Main Screen
Use the [CURSOR] keys to move between the channel data items. Pressing the [SPACE] bar
will toggle items with “flags” such as Power Saver, Scan, and TOT. The items that
require values such as Receiving Frequency can be directly entered using the keyboard
and the [ENTER] key.
Using the Mouse
Clicking the left mouse button on any channel data item will move the cursor to that item
(the position of the cursor is what determines what Help will be displayed when pressing
the [F1] key). Clicking the right mouse button on any item allows you to edit or toggle that
item.
Example: Clicking the right mouse button on SUB AUDIO Type toggles among None
(-------), C-xxxx (xxxx: tone frequency), and D-xxx (xxx: DCS code). If C-xxxx or
D-xxx is selected, clicking the right mouse button allows you to enter the desired tone or
code.
Using the Help Function ([F1] key)
Pressing the [F1] key anywhere in the program will invoke the on-line Help feature. The
Help displayed will depend on where the cursor is when the [F1] key was pressed. If more
Help is available, arrow keys will be displayed in the Help window margin and the [UP/
DOWN] arrow keys can be used to scroll though the text. Pressing the [ESC] key closes the
Help window and returns you to normal program operation.
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CHANNEL DATA ITEMS
1.
Type (Type Number ): This number is used to identify the channel. Channel numbers
occur in sequence, and their order can not be changed.
Press the [SPACE] bar to toggle lock the channel lock between “Enable” and “Disable.” The channel lines displayed in blue are unlocked and enabled, channel lines
displayed in gray are locked and disabled.
Important note: This number is not channel number for the CH knob of the radio.
The CH knob’s configuration is determined via “CHANNEL T YPE” parameter in the
“CHANNEL” menu; see page 21.
2.
W/N (Wide/Narrow): This function selects the channel spacing environment in which
the VX-210A operates. Use the [SPACE] bar or right mouse button to toggle the channel spacing environment between “Wide (W)” and “Narrow (N).”
Wide (W) = 25 kHz Channel Spacing, ±5 kHz Deviation.
Narrow (N) = 12.5 kHz Channel Spacing, ±2.5 kHz Deviation.
3.
FREQUENCY Receive: Enter the Receive frequency using the numeric keys. The
frequency must be within the operating range of the radio and must also be a multiple
of the currently-programmed channel step.
4.
FREQUENCY Transmit: When you enter a Receive frequency, the Transmit frequency is automatically inserted based on the default split as displayed in the top half
of the screen. To change the frequency, use the numeric keys; the frequency must be in
the range of the radio and must be a multiple of the currently-programmed channel
step, as above. To change the default split, see the “MISCELLANEOUS” parameter in the
“COMMON” Menu.
CE45 Main Screen
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CHANNEL DATA ITEMS
5.
SUB AUDIO Dec: Use the [SPACE] bar or right mouse button to
select the decoder type between “None (- - - - - - -),” “C- xxxx
(xxxx: tone frequency),” or “D-xxx (xxx: DCS code).” If “C xxxx” or “D- xxx” is selected, press the [ENTER] key or right
mouse button to invoke a pop-up “menu of choices. Using the
[UP/DOWN] arrow keys or the mouse, select the desired tone or
code. Press the [ENTER] key or the left mouse button to select the
desired setting.
6.
SUB AUDIO Enc: Use the [SPACE] bar or right mouse button to select the encoder
type between “None (------ -),” “C-xxxx (xxxx: tone frequency),” or “D-xxx (xxx:
DCS code).” If “C- xxxx” or “D-xxx” is selected, press the [ENTER] key or right
mouse button to invoke a pop-up menu of choices. Using the [UP/DOWN] arrow keys
or the mouse, select the desired tone or code. Press the [ENTER] key or the left mouse
button to select the desired setting.
7.
Power Save RX: Use the [SPACE] bar or right mouse button to toggle this selection
“on (Ö)” or “off (–).” If this parameter is set to “on (Ö),” the Receive Battery Saver
will be activated according to the default “sleep” period (time interval setting). To
change the default setting of the “sleep” period, see the “POWER SAVING” parameter in
the “COMMON” menu.
8.
Power Save TX: Use the [SPACE] bar to toggle this selection “on (Ö)” or “off (–).”
If this parameter is set to “on ( Ö),” the radio automatically adjusts its Transmit power
level according to the signal strength of the last-incoming received signal. If it was
relatively weak, the radio will transmit at high power. If it was relatively strong, the
radio will reduce its Transmitter power accordingly.
9.
Pwr H/L: Use the [SPACE] bar or right mouse button to toggle the default Transmit
power level “H (High)” or “L (Low).”
10. Scan: Use the [SPACE] bar or right mouse button to toggle this selection “on (Ö)” or
“off (–).”
11. VTS (VX-Trunk System): Use the [SPACE] bar or right mouse button to toggle this
selection “on (Ö)” or “off (–).” The optional VTP-50 Trunking Logic Board must be
installed.
12. TOT (Time-Out Timer): Use the [SPACE] bar or right mouse button to toggle this
selection “on (Ö)” or “off (–).” To set the duration of the TOT, see the “POWER SAVING” parameter in the “COMMON ” menu.
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CHANNEL DATA ITEMS
13. Lock Out: Use the [SPACE] bar or right mouse button to select the Lock Out Feature
between “- - -- (none),” “BCLO (Busy Channel Lock Out),” or “BTLO (Busy Tone
Lock Out).” The “BCLO (Busy Channel Lock Out)” selection inhibits transmission
while there is a carrier present. The “BTLO (Busy Tone Lock Out)” option inhibits
transmission while there is carrier present only when there is also a valid tone present.
14. SQ (Squelch Threshold): Use the [SPACE] bar or right mouse button to select the
“Noise SQL Threshold” for each operating channel. Available Values are “0” ~ “12.”
15. ANI: Use the [SPACE] bar or right mouse button to toggle the DTMF ANI Feature “on
(Ö)” or “off (–).”
16. Encry (Voice Encryption): Use the [SPACE] bar or right mouse button to toggle the
Voice Encryption Feature “on (Ö)” or “off (–).” The optional FVP-25 Encryption/
Paging Unit must be installed.
17. Page: Use the [SPACE] bar or right mouse button to select the Receiving Pager Code
(determined from the “PAGING CODE” parameter in the “SIGNALING” Menu) for the
DTMF Paging System for each operating channel. Available Values are “0” ~ “9” or
“off (–).” The optional FVP-25 Encryption/Paging Unit must be installed.
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ADVANCED FEATURES (FILES)
The Files section of the program allows you to save a programming session to disk, or to recall a previous session that was saved. To access the
Files menu, press the [F10] key plus the [LEFT/RIGHT] arrow keys, or click
the left mouse button on the Files menu.
A: Open File
To open a previously-saved configuration from the disk, select the Open File menu with
the [UP/DOWN] arrow keys and the [ENTER] key or the left mouse button. A pop-up window
appears which shows you all the current files saved in the specified path. The current DOS
path that is being searched is in the top box, the list of files is in the left box, and the name
of the current file spec is in the right box. To move between the boxes (for instance, to
search a different path), press the [ALT] + [P] keys for the path, [ALT] + [F] keys for the
files, or [ALT] + [N] keys to change the
file spec to search. If in the Files box, use
the [UP/DOWN] arrow keys to locate the
file to open, and press the [ENTER] key to
recall it from the disk, or click the left
mouse button on the file to open it and
click the left mouse button on the OK box.
Press the [ESC] key or click the left mouse
button on the Cancel box to return to
the main menu.
B: Save File
To save a programming session to disk, select the Save File menu with the [UP/DOWN]
arrow keys and [ENTER] key or the left mouse button. A pop-up window appears which
shows you all the current files saved to the specified path. The current DOS path that is
being searched is in the top box, the list of files is in the left box, and the name of the
current file is in the right box. To move between the boxes (for instance, to search a different path), press the [ALT] + [P] keys for
the path, [ALT] + [F] keys for the files, or
[ALT] + [N] keys to enter the name of the
file you wish to save. Press the [ENTER]
key or click the left mouse button on the
OK box to save the file. If the file already
exists, you will be prompted before overwriting. Press the [ESC] key or click the
left mouse button on the Cancel box to
return to the main menu.
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ADVANCED FEATURES (FILES)
C: Print
To print a configuration to hard copy, select the Print menu with the [UP/DOWN] arrow
keys and [ENTER] key or the left mouse button. The program will
prompt you to ready the printer. Press the [ENTER] key or click
the left mouse button on the OK box to print. Press the [ESC]
key or click the left mouse button on the Cancel box to return
to the main menu.
D: Configure
The Configure menu allows you to set up the program according to your computer’s configurations.
1. VDU Type
Use the [ENTER] key or left mouse button to toggle the display
mode between “Color” or “Mono (monochrome).” Press the
[ESC] key or click the right mouse button to save the new setting and exit.
2. COM Port
Use the [ENTER] key or left mouse button to toggle the communication port which is
connected to the PC Programming Cable which is connected to the radio, among “COM
1,” “COM 2,” “COM 3,” and “COM 4.” Press the [ESC] key or click the right mouse
button to save the new setting and exit.
3. LPT Port
Use the [ENTER] key or left mouse button to toggle the printer port between “LPT1” or
“LPT2.” Press the [ESC] key or click the right mouse button to save the new setting and
exit.
E: Exit
Select the Exit option with the [UP/DOWN] arrow keys and
[ENTER] key or the left mouse button to quit the program and
return to DOS. If the present configuration has not been saved
to disk, you will be asked to confirm whether you wish to save
it.
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ADVANCED FEATURES (COMMON)
The Common menu allows you to program most of the advanced functions of the radio, as well as set up the hardware configuration. Refer
to the following sections for a detailed description of each function.
Note: The bottom line of the screen will indicate what values are accepted, or if you should use the [ENTER] key to select the entries.
A: Hardware
These parameters can not be edited in the field. If adjustments to any of these parameters
are required, the radio must be returned to VERTEX STANDARD.
1. Freq Band
Indicates the operating band of the radio.
2. Ref XTAL
Indicates the reference oscillator frequency of the radio.
3. 1st IF
Indicates the 1st IF frequency of the radio.
4. Local Offset
Indicates the injection side for the 1st Local Oscillator of the radio.
5. Chan Spacing
Indicates the channel spacing of the radio.
6. DCS RX Data
Indicates the DCS receive data polarity of the radio.
7. DCS TX Data
Indicates the DCS transmit data polarity of the radio.
8. SQ Release Time
Indicates the Squelch Release Time of the radio.
9. SQ Attack Time
Indicates the Noise Squelch Attack Time of the radio.
10. SQ Hysterisis
Indicates the Noise Squelch Hysteresis Level of the radio.
11. Receiver Save Off Time
Indicates the “active” duration for the Receiver Battery Saver.
12. CTCSS Release TIME
Indicates the CTCSS Tone Squelch Release Time of the radio.
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ADVANCED FEATURES (COMMON)
B: Option
Sets the Sub-CPU which is installed in your
radio is installed. Available selections are
“FVP-25,” “Encryption HiLEVE,” “ANI,” “VX-Trunk,” and “None.”
C: Scanning
1.
Dial Scan Position
Sets the Scan Start Channel. Press the
[ENTER] key or left mouse button to select the Scan Start Channel. Available
channels are “CH-1” ~ “CH-16” and
“Disabled.”
2.
Priority Channel
Sets the Priority Channel. Press the [ENTER] key or left mouse button to select the
Priority Channel. Available channels are “Type-1” ~ “Type-16” and “Disabled.”
3.
VX-Trunk Position
Sets the channel position which activates the VX-Trunk feature. Press the [ENTER]
key or left mouse button to select the channel position which activates the VX-Trunk
feature. Available channels are “CH-1” ~ “CH-16” and “Disabled.” This parameter
only functions when the optional VTP-50 Trunking Logic Board is selected (from the
“OPTION” parameter in the “COMMON ” menu.)
4.
Scan Resume Time 1
Sets the Scan Resume time when the signal drops (and the PTT button has not been
pressed). Press the [ENTER] key or left mouse button to increase the Scan Resume
time. Available channels are “0.25,” “0.5,” “1,” “2,” “3,” “4,” “5,” and “10” (seconds).
5.
Scan Resume Time 2
Set the Scan Resume time when the signal drops (and the PTT button has been pressed).
Press the [ENTER] key or left mouse button to increase the Scan Resume time. Available values are “2,” “3,” “4,” “5,” “10,” “15,” “20,” and “30” (seconds).
6.
Dual Watch
Use the [ENTER] key or left mouse button to select the Dual Watch Feature. Available
selections are “Enabled” and “Disabled.”
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ADVANCED FEATURES (COMMON)
7.
Dual Watch Timer
Use the [ENTER] key or left mouse button to select the sampling interval time for
activity on the priority channel. Available selections are “0.7 Sec” and “1.5 Secs.”
8.
Talk Back
Use the [ENTER] key or left mouse button to select the Talk Back function while the
scanner is on. Available selections are “Enabled” and “Disabled.”
9.
Revert Channel
This menu determines the channel to which the radio will revert when the PTT switch
is pressed while the radio is scanning. The options are:
PRI Channel:
This is the channel when Priority operation is programmed.
This is the default.
Channel Position: This is the channel that is selected by the CH selector knob.
Last Busy Channel: This is the last channel that the radio stopped on before
going back into scan.
Use the [ENTER] key or left mouse button to select from among the above options.
10. Scan Speed
Use the [ENTER] key or left mouse button to select the scan speed. Available selections
are “15CH/sec” and “20CH/sec.”
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ADVANCED FEATURES (COMMON)
D: Power Saving
1.
Transmit Timer
This is the Time-Out Timer used by the main
channel menu. Press the [ENTER] key or left
mouse button to select the desired TOT Time.
Available values are “0.5/1/2/3/4/5/6/7” minutes.
2.
Penalty Timer
If the Time-Out Timer causes the radio to un-key, the user will not be able to re-key
the radio until the penalty timer has expired. Attempting to do so resets the timer, thus
increasing the penalty time. Press the [ENTER] key to or left mouse button to select the
desired Penalty Time. Available values are “0 (Penalty Timer is off)/6/20/60” seconds.
3.
Release Timer
This timer must expire each time the PTT switch is released before the user can key
the radio again. Pressing the PTT switch before Release Timer expiration causes the
timer to reset, thus increasing the release time. Press the [ENTER] key or left mouse
button to select the desired Release Time. Available values are “0 (Release Timer is
off)/2/3/5” seconds.
4.
Receive Save mode
Programs the Save Ratio for the Receive Battery Saver. Press the [ENTER] key or left
mouse button to select the desired Save Ratio. Available values are “1:1/1:1.5/1:2/
1:2.5/1:3/1:3.5/1:4” or “ABS.” The ABS (Automatic Battery Saver) automatically
selects the most optimum save ratio based on recent receiver activity. The “sleep”
period is determined via the “RECEIVER SAVE O FF T IME” parameter in the “HARDWARE” menu, described previously.
E: Marketing
1.
Production Number
Indicates the production number of the radio
(read only).
2.
Serial Number
Indicates the serial number of the radio (read only).
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ADVANCED FEATURES (COMMON)
F: Miscellaneous
1.
Default Split
Programs the transmit offset frequency for
semi-duplex operation. Use the [ENTER ]
key or left mouse button to enable programming, enter the desired offset frequency
using the numeric keys, then press the [ENTER] key or right mouse button to save and
exit. Accepted (numerical) values are
“–99.9” (MHz) ~ “+99.9” (MHz). Note that an “excessive” shift (causing transmission outside the allowed frequency range of the transceiver) will cause an “Error”
message to be generated when transmission is attempted.
2.
Beep
Use the [ENTER] key or left mouse button to select the beep function between “On”
and “Off.”
3.
Call Times
Use [ENTER] key or left mouse button to select the number of times that the alert tone
will be emitted when a proper CTCSS BELL, DTMF Pager, or 2-Tone Page is received. Available choices are: “Off,” “1 time,” “3 times” and “5 times.” Default is “3
times.”
4.
Squelch Tail Elim
Use the [ENTER] key or left mouse button to set up the Squelch Tail Elimination function. Available choices are: “Rev. Burst,” “Disabled,” and “No Tone.”
5.
Bell
Use the [ENTER] key or left mouse button to set the Alert Bell to “Enabled” or “Disabled” when the DTMF Pager System is activated. When this parameter is set to
“Enabled,” the bell will ring when the programmed CTCSS or DCS is decoded.
6.
ACC Key [Press]
Selects the ACC key functions when this key is pressed momentarily. The available
selections are shown in the list on the next page.
7.
ACC Key [Hold]
Selects the ACC key functions when this key is press and held in for one second. The
available selections are shown in the list on the next page.
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8.
9.
Lamp Mode
Use the [ENTER ] key or left mouse button to toggle the BUSY/TX LED between
“Enable” and “Disable.” Best battery conservation will be accomplished by disabling
this parameter.
Set-to-Set Clone
Use the [ENTER] key or left mouse button to set the Set-to-Set (Radio-to-Radio) Cloning Feature to “Enabled” or “Disabled.”
10. External Jack
Use the [ENTER] key or left mouse button to define the accessory pin of the MIC/SP
jack of the radio. When the radio is used with the optional MH-45B4B Speaker/Microphone, this parameter set to “EXT MONI.” When the radio is used with the optional
VC-25 VOX Headset, this parameter should be set to “EXT VCC.”
11. Auto Reset Time
This menu set the Reset time for the 2-Tone Paging System when the signal drops (and
the PTT button has been pressed). Press the [ENTER] key or left mouse button to increase the Scan Resume time. Available values are “2 ~ 10,” “15,” “20,” “25,” “30,”
“40,” “50,” “60” (seconds), and “off.”
The VX-210A’s ACC key may be assigned one of the following features:
Monitor
Follow-Me Scan
Speed Dial
None
Squelch Off
Dual Watch
TX SAVE Off
Low Power
Talkaround
ACC 1
Scan
Call/Reset
ACC 2/Encry Off
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ADVANCED FEATURES (SIGNALING)
A: ANI/Speed Dial
1.
ANI/Transmit
Use the [ENTER] key or left mouse button to
select the method of DTMF ANI transmission. Available selections are “PTT Pressed”
and “PTT Released.”
PTT Pressed: The ANI will be transmitted when the PTT switch is pressed.
PTT Released: The ANI will be transmitted when the PTT switch is released.
2.
DTMF Delay
This parameter programs an transmission delay for the DTMF ANI feature. Use the
[ENTER] key or left mouse button to select the desired delay time. This setting allows
shifting of the entire ANI transmission string in time. Available values are “50/100/
300/500” (msec).
3.
DTMF Speed
This parameter programs the DTMF ANI code sending speed for the ANI feature.
Use the [ENTER] key or left mouse button to select the desired sending time. Available
values are “25/33/50/66” (msec).
4.
DTMF Code
This parameter programs the DTMF ANI code used for identification of this radio.
Use the [ENTER] key or left mouse button to enable programming, type the ANI code
(up to 16 digits), then press the [ENTER] key or right mouse button to save and exit.
The characters to be used include 0 ~ 9, A, B, C, D, *, and #.
“Signaling” Window
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ADVANCED FEATURES (SIGNALING)
B: Paging Setting
This Parameter is only enabled (displayed in yellow)
while you are activating the DTMF Paging System.
The optional FVP-25 Encryption/Paging Unit must
be installed.
1.
DTMF Speed
This parameter programs the DTMF code sending speed for the DTMF Paging System. Use the [ENTER] key or left mouse button to select the desired sending time.
Available values are “50” and “100” (msec).
2.
Answer Back
Use the [ENTER] key or left mouse button to define whether the Answer Back function
shall be “On” or “Off” for the DTMF Paging System. When this parameter is set to
“On,” the radio will respond automatically (without operator intervention) to received
calls by “paging back” the calling station.
C: Paging Code
This parameter programs the Receiving Pager Code for the DTMF
Paging System. Use the [ENTER] key or left mouse button to enable
programming, type the Pager Code (three digits), then press the
[ENTER] key or right mouse button to save and exit. The characters
which may be used are 0 ~ 9, A, B, C, D, *, and #. Press the [SPACE]
bar to toggle between “Enabled” (“DEC” displayed) or “Disabled”
(none) for each Paging Code. The optional FVP-25 Encryption/
Paging Unit must be installed, and “DTMF Receiver” must have been activated (as determined by the dealer).
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ADVANCED FEATURES (SIGNALING)
D: 2Tone
1.
Primary Group Call
Use the [ENTER] key or left mouse button
to set the group code to “1st Tone,” “2nd
Tone,” or “Off” for the group call function of the Primary 2-Tone Paging System.
2.
Secondary Group Call
Use the [ENTER] key or left mouse button to set the group code to “1st Tone,” “2nd
Tone,” or “Off” for the group call function of the Secondary 2-Tone Paging System.
3.
Secondary Page Pair
Use the [ENTER] key or left mouse button to select the receiving 2-Tone pair for the
Secondary 2-Tone Paging System. Available groups are “Pair# 1” ~ “Pair# 6.”
4.
Tone Format
This parameter lets the programmer select between the “Standard” tone tables or a
“Custom” set. When set to “Custom,” the programmer can use 3-digit tone codes
from a printed chart to select any tones from any tables.
E: 2Tone Table
This parameter programs the Receiving 2Tone pair for the 2-Tone Paging System.
When the “T ONE FORMAT” parameter (on
the “2T ONE” parameter in the “SIGNALING”
menu) is set to “Standard,” use the [ENTER] key to invoke a pop-up menu, from
Tone Format: “Standard”
which you may select a Tone Group using
the [UP/DOWN] key; press the [ENTER] key to accept
the selected Tone Group. If you change the default
tone pair of the selected Tone group, use the [LEFT/
RIGHT] key to move the cursor, then press the [ENTER] key to invoke a pop-up menu, from which you may select a desired tone using the [UP/DOWN] key; press the [ENTER] key to accept
the selected tone.
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ADVANCED FEATURES (SIGNALING)
When the “T ONE FORMAT” parameter (on the “2TONE” parameter in the “SIGNALING”
menu) is set to “Custom,” press the [ENTER] key to enable the programming, use
the [LEFT/RIGHT] key to move the cursor,
then press the [ENTER] key and enter the
desire tone frequency code from the 2Tone Code Chart on the page 21.
Tone Format: “Custom”
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ADVANCED FEATURES (HELP)
A: Get Started
Indicates basic information for use of this programming software.
B: Common Problems
Indicates typical problems and corrective measures for this programming software.
C: About
Indicates the title and release information for this programming software.
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ADVANCED FEATURES (RADIO)
To Upload or Download information to/from a radio, select the Radio menu
with the [UP/DOWN] arrow keys and press the [ENTER] key or the left mouse
button.
A: Upload
To upload data from a radio, make the proper
connections and turn on power before selecting Upload from the Radio menu. The program will prompt you to make the connections
to the radio and turn the power on. Press the
[SPACE] bar to proceed. The on-screen window will indicate progress or warn you if a problem exists.
B: Download
To send information to the radio, select
Download from the Radio menu. The program will prompt you to make the connections to the radio and turn the power on. Press
the [SPACE] bar to proceed. The on-screen
window will indicate progress or warn you
if a problem exists.
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ADVANCED FEATURES (CHANNEL)
A: Channel Type
This parameter selects the configuration for the CH knob of the radio. Use the [ENTER] key or left mouse button to select the channel
configuration (“Type-1” to “Type-16”) for each CH knob position
(CH-1 to CH-16).
B: Primary Pair Select
This parameter selects the receiving 2-Tone Code Pair for the Primary 2-Tone Paging System (determined via the “2T ONE T ABLE” parameter in the “SIGNALING” menu) for each operating channel. Use the
[ENTER] key or left mouse button to choose this selection. Available
groups are “Pair# 1” ~ “Pair# 6,” and “Disabled.”
C: Secondary Pair Enable
This parameter sets the Secondary 2-Tone Paging System “Enabled”
or “Disabled” for each operating channel. Use the [ENTER] key or left
mouse button to choose this selection.
D: Channel ARTS
This parameter sets the ARTS Feature “Enabled” or “Disabled” for
each operating channel. Use the [ENTER] key or left mouse button to
choose this selection.
“Channel” Window
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2-Tone Code Chart
Tone
Tone
Number Code
Motorola
0
0
1
1
Quick Call 2
Reed Group 1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
9
9
Motorola
0
10
Quick Call 2
1
11
Reed Group 2
2
12
3
13
4
14
5
15
6
16
7
17
8
18
9
19
Motorola
0
20
1
21
Quick Call 2
Reed Group 3
2
22
3
23
4
24
5
25
6
26
7
27
8
28
9
29
Not Defined
–
30
–
31
Motorola
0
32
Quick Call 2
1
33
Reed Group 4
2
34
3
35
4
36
5
37
6
38
7
39
8
40
9
41
Motorola
0
42
Quick Call 2
1
43
Reed Group 5
2
44
3
45
4
46
5
47
6
48
7
49
8
50
9
51
Motorola
0
52
Quick Call 2
1
53
Reed Group 6
2
54
3
55
4
56
5
57
6
58
7
59
8
60
9
61
Not Defined
–
62
–
63
Motorola
0
64
Quick Call 2
1
65
Reed Group 10
2
66
3
67
4
68
5
69
6
70
7
71
8
72
9
73
Motorola
0
74
Quick Call 2
1
75
Reed Group 11
2
76
3
77
4
78
5
79
6
80
7
81
8
82
9
83
Group Name
Tone Freq.
(Hz)
330.5
349.0
368.5
389.0
410.8
433.7
457.9
483.5
510.5
539.0
569.1
600.9
634.5
669.9
707.3
746.8
788.5
832.5
879.0
928.1
288.5
296.5
304.7
313.0
953.7
979.9
1006.9
1034.7
1063.2
1092.4
0.0
0.0
321.7
339.6
358.6
378.6
399.8
422.1
445.7
470.5
496.8
524.6
553.9
584.8
617.4
651.9
688.3
726.8
767.4
810.2
855.5
903.2
1122.5
1153.4
1185.2
1217.8
1251.4
1285.8
1321.2
1357.6
1395.0
1433.4
569.1
979.9
1472.9
1513.5
1555.2
1590.0
1642.0
1687.2
1733.7
1781.5
1830.5
1881.0
1930.2
1989.0
2043.8
2094.5
2155.6
2212.2
2271.7
2334.6
2401.0
2468.2
Group Name
GE Type 99
Table 1
Group A
GE Type 99
Table 1
Group B
GE Type 99
Table 1
Group C
AVCALL 2+2
Plectron
Format Tones
Tone
Tone
Number Code
0
84
1
85
2
86
3
87
4
88
5
89
6
90
7
91
8
92
9
93
0
94
1
95
2
96
3
97
4
98
5
99
6
100
7
101
8
102
9
103
0
104
1
105
2
106
3
107
4
108
5
109
6
110
7
111
8
112
9
113
DIA
114
A
115
B
116
C
117
D
118
E
119
F
120
G
121
H
122
J
123
K
124
L
125
M
126
P
127
Q
128
R
129
S
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170
Tone Freq.
(Hz)
682.5
592.5
757.5
802.5
847.5
892.5
937.5
547.5
727.5
637.5
652.5
607.5
787.5
832.5
877.5
922.5
967.5
517.5
562.5
697.5
667.5
712.5
772.5
817.5
862.5
907.5
952.5
532.5
577.5
622.5
742.5
312.6
346.7
384.6
426.6
473.2
524.8
582.1
645.7
716.1
794.3
881.0
977.2
1083.9
1202.3
1333.5
1479.1
282.2
294.7
307.8
321.4
335.6
350.5
366.0
382.3
399.2
416.9
435.3
454.6
474.8
495.8
517.8
540.7
564.7
589.7
615.8
643.0
672.0
701.0
732.0
765.0
799.0
834.0
871.0
910.0
950.0
992.0
1036.0
1082.0
1130.0
1180.0
1232.0
1287.0
1344.0
1403.0
1465.0
1530.0
Group Name
Plectron
Format Tones
Reach
Two Tone
Group A
Reach
Two Tone
Group B
Reach
Two Tone
Group C
Reach
Two Tone
Group D
Reach
Two Tone
Group E
Spear
Tone
Tone
Number Code
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
181
182
183
184
185
186
187
188
189
1
190
2
191
3
192
4
193
5
194
6
195
7
196
8
197
9
198
0
199
1
200
2
201
3
202
4
203
5
204
6
205
7
206
8
207
9
208
0
209
1
210
2
211
3
212
4
213
5
214
6
215
7
216
8
217
9
218
0
219
1
220
2
221
3
222
4
223
5
224
6
225
7
226
8
227
9
228
0
229
1
230
2
231
3
232
4
233
5
234
6
235
7
236
8
237
9
238
0
239
240
241
242
243
244
245
246
247
248
249
250
251
252
253
254
255
Tone Freq.
(Hz)
1598.0
1669.0
1743.0
1820.0
1901.0
1985.0
2073.0
2164.0
2260.0
2361.0
2465.0
2575.0
2688.0
2807.0
2932.0
3062.0
3197.0
3339.0
3487.0
2704.0
2612.0
2532.0
2437.0
2354.0
2274.0
2196.0
2121.0
2049.0
1980.0
1912.0
1847.0
1784.0
1723.0
1664.0
1606.0
1553.0
1500.0
1449.0
1400.0
1608.0
1553.0
1500.0
1449.0
1400.0
1352.0
1306.0
1261.0
1219.0
1177.0
1137.0
1093.0
1061.0
1025.0
990.0
956.0
923.0
892.0
862.0
832.0
804.0
776.0
750.0
725.0
700.0
676.0
653.0
631.0
609.0
588.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
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VERTEX STANDARD CO., LTD.
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