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MOTOTRBO™

EMEA R1.6a Training (Revision 2)

Motorola Confidential Restricted, MOTOTRBO™ System Training – Release 1.6a


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Course Map

MOTOTRBO™ R1.6a Training

Section 1 – New Feature List

Section 2 – Transmit Interrupt

Section 3 – Dynamic Mixed Mode (DMM)

Section 4 – Emergency

Section 5 – Other Features

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Section 1:New Feature List

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New Feature List

• Transmit Interrupt:
– Voice Interrupt - Enables a radio partied to a call to interrupt (de-key) a voice transmission from
another radio and initiate its own voice transmission within the same call.
– Remote Voice De-key - Enables a (supervisor) radio to interrupt (de-key) a voice transmission from
another radio and clear down the call irrespective of whether it is partied to the call or not.
– Emergency Voice Interrupt - Enables a radio to interrupt (de-key) a voice transmission from
another radio, clear down the call and initiate its own emergency signalling irrespective of whether it
is partied to the original call or not.
– Data over Voice Interrupt - Enables a 3rd party data application to interrupt (de-key) a voice
transmission from another radio and initiate its own data transmission irrespective of whether it is
partied to the original call or not.
• Dynamic Mixed Mode (DMM) - Allows MOTOTRBO radios in digital mode, MOTOTRBO radios in
analogue mode and legacy analogue radios to key up on the same MOTOTRBO repeater channel. Also,
supports analogue consoles connected via the MOTOTRBO repeater 4-wire interface.
• Improved Ergonomics:
– Extended Emergency Press - Ability to extend the duration of the emergency activation button
press.
– One Touch Access (Mobile) - Enables a mobile radio to switch to a pre-configured channel with the
press of a button.
– Scan Off Hook Interaction with Talkback Disabled - Upon taking the microphone Off-Hook while
receiving, a mobile will not immediately revert to the TX designated channel. It will instead remain on
the landed channel and only revert to the TX designated channel when the PTT is pressed.

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New Feature List

• Over the Air Activity Logging - Enables a 3rd party application to monitor over air activity excluding
voice / data payload using a mobile radio. The mobile radio forwards all over the air activity (regardless of
call destination) via XCMP to the attached PC, option board or non-PC peripheral.
• RDAC Multiple System Support – Ability for the RDAC application to support up to 8 radio systems
(chargeable feature).
• General Enhancements:
– Additional Emergency Systems – Ability for the radio to support up to 32 Digital Emergency
Systems and up to 32 Capacity Plus Emergency Systems.
– Independent Scan Hang Times for Analogue and Digital Channels – Allows scan hang times to
be independently configured (via CPS) for analogue and digital channels.
– Configurable RSSI Threshold - Allows RSSI threshold above which a channel is considered to be
busy to be configured (via CPS) on a per channel basis.
• Capacity Plus Enhancements:
– Join Late Call - If all channels are busy when a radio comes into the coverage area (or is powered
up), the radio will scan all channels and join its highest priority call by late entry (previously late entry
only worked if there was an idle rest channel).
– Join Emergency Call - The start of an emergency call is announced over all busy channels, thereby
enabling radios already busy in calls to immediately transfer to the emergency call (if required).
– Rest Channel Selection – Where several candidate channels of equal preference are available,
Rest Channel selection is performed in a ‘Round Robin’ manner to distribute the load equally among
the different repeaters in a system.
• Microsoft® Windows® 7 Support

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Section 2:Transmit Interrupt

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Training Objectives

1. Overview of Features
• Hardware / Software requirements
2. Define Transmit Interrupt
• Voice Interrupt
• Remote Voice De-Key
• Emergency Voice Interrupt
• Data Over Voice *
3. Legacy Interoperability
4. Basic Programming

* Not covered by this training

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Transmitter Interrupt Suite

Consist of 4 features
• Voice Interrupt DIGITAL
• Remote Voice De-Key ONLY
FEATURES
• Emergency Voice Interrupt
• Data Over Voice *

Any combination of the above features can be enabled in a


single radio.

The above features need to be provisioned in a radio by the


CPS before they can be used.

* Not covered by this training


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Transmit Interrupt Support

Transmit Interrupt is compatible with the following:


Direct Mode Operation
Single Site Repeater Operation
IP Site Connect Local Area Channels

Transmit Interrupt is not compatible with the following:


Analogue Channels
Dynamic Mixed Mode (DMM) Channels
IP Site Connect Wide Area Channels*
Capacity Plus Systems*

For repeater operation, the repeater must be capable of supporting


interruptible transmissions.
The repeater must contain R1.6a (or later) firmware.

* Compatibility to be introduced as part of the R1.7 system release

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Transmit Interrupt Platform Requirements

The transmit interrupt features do not require any new


MOTOTRBO hardware.

Customers can easily upgrade their current system via a


software upgrade to support this functionality.

The transmit interrupt features are available “Free of


Charge”.

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Transmit Interrupt Interoperability Limitation

R1.6a radios with TI enabled and legacy radios only interoperate if Basic / Enhanced Privacy is enabled.

1.5
Privacy disabled
X 1.6a
TI enabled
1.6a
TI enabled / disabled

1.5 1.6a 1.6a


Privacy enabled TI enabled TI enabled / disabled
Privacy enabled Privacy enabled

1.5 1.6a 1.6a


TI disabled TI enabled / disabled

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Voice Interrupt Definition

Allows a radio partied to an active voice call to interrupt another


radio’s voice transmission and begin a new voice transmission
within the same call.
Note: the interrupting radio must be partied to the active call.

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Voice Interrupt Functionality

If provisioned by the CPS, Voice Interrupt is automatically


invoked if the PTT is pressed while an interruptible voice
transmission to which the radio is partied is present on the
channel.

The interrupting radio de-keys the current voice transmission but


does not clear down the active repeater or direct mode call.

The interrupting radio then initiates a new voice transmission


within the same call.

Other radio users partied to the call then hear the interrupting
radio’s voice transmission.
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Voice Interrupt Programming Requirements

1. The interrupted radio must be provisioned to allow an


interruption to occur:
• ‘Allow Interrupt’ enabled in CPS (Channel Data)

2. The interrupting radio must be provisioned to allow the


initiation of a voice interrupt:
• ‘In Call Criteria’ set to “TX Interrupt” in CPS (Channel Data)

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Voice Interrupt Advantages

1. Provides users partied to a call with a more interactive


experience.
2. Provides users partied to a call with the ability to
interrupt a prolonged voice transmission to disseminate
“late-breaking” or “urgent” information (e.g. “a security
guard being assaulted”) to other members of the call as
quickly as possible.
3. Provides a wireless console (e.g. a mobile with wire-line
console equipment attached) or a Designated User with
“priority access” to the radio channel.

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Voice Interrupt User Experience

Interrupting radio:
If a user presses the PTT to interrupt a voice transmission, the radio will either:
• Successfully interrupt the voice transmission and commence its own voice transmission (note:
if unsuccessful at first, the radio will automatically re-try several times before giving up).
• Or, sound a bonk which means the interrupt failed.
Interrupted radio:
The radio being interrupted will sound a talk prohibit tone (if provisioned)
indicating that the user should release the PTT.
Other radio users partied to the call:
All other radios partied to the call will sound an optional channel free tone (if
provisioned) followed by the new voice transmission from the interrupting
radio.
Note: if two or more radios invoke Voice Interrupt simultaneously, the
interrupt fails due to a signaling collision, therefore:
Minimize the number of radios with Voice Interrupt enabled in a group.
Avoid using Voice Interrupt unless truly necessary.
Provide guidelines for acceptable use of Voice Interrupt.
Train users to allow short periods of time before responding to transmitting radio users.

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Remote Voice De-key Definition

Allows a radio to remotely de-key a transmitting radio’s voice


transmission and clear down the active call.
Note: the interrupting radio may or may not be partied to the active call.

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Remote Voice De-key Functionality

Remote Voice De-key is invoked if the user presses a button


provisioned (by the CPS) for Remote Voice De-key while an
interruptible voice transmission is present on the channel.

The interrupting radio de-keys the current voice transmission


and clears down the active repeater or direct mode call.

If invoked during a repeater call hang time period, the active


repeater call is still cleared down.

Once the interrupted radio has de-keyed, any Radio or Voice


Dispatcher can then begin a new call irrespective of whether
it was partied to the original call.
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Remote Voice De-key Programming Requirements

1. The interrupted radio must be provisioned to allow an


interruption to occur:
• ‘Allow Interrupt’ enabled in CPS (Channel Data).

2. The interrupting radio must be provisioned to allow the


initiation of a voice de-key interrupt:
• Preprogrammed button designated as ‘TX Interrupt Remote De-key’
(Radio Buttons).

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Remote Voice De-key Advantages

1. Allows the Remote Monitor transmission from a radio to be


remotely terminated.
2. Allows the channel to be cleared when a radio experiences a
“stuck microphone” condition.
3. Allows the channel to be cleared when a Radio User is
making excessively long voice transmissions, preventing
others from accessing the radio channel.
4. Provides a wireless console (e.g. a mobile with wire-line
console equipment attached) or a Designated User with
“priority access” to the radio channel.
5. Provides a wireless console or a Designated User with the
ability to stop a voice call for any user to start a new call.

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Remote Voice De-key User Experience

Interrupting radio:
If a user presses the Remote Voice De-key button to de-key a
transmission and clear down the active call, the radio will either:
• Successfully end the current call and sound a positive indication tone (note: if
unsuccessful at first, the radio will automatically re-try several times before giving up).
• Or, sound a negative indication tone which means the Remote Voice De-key failed
(due to data transmission on the channel or uninterruptible voice).

Interrupted radio:
The radio being interrupted will sound a talk prohibit tone (if provisioned)
indicating that the user should release the PTT.
• If the radio was transmitting a silent emergency or remote monitor, there will be no
audible indication.

Other radios partied to the call:


All other radios partied to the call will sound an optional channel free tone
(if provisioned). The channel will then be clear and any user (including
users not partied to the original call) can then start a new call.
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Emergency Voice Interrupt Definition

Allows a radio to de-key a transmitting radio’s voice


transmission, clear down the active call and initiate a new
Emergency Alarm or Emergency Call transmission on the
channel.
Note: the interrupting radio may or may not be partied to the original call.

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Emergency Voice Interrupt Functionality

If provisioned by the CPS, Emergency Voice Interrupt is


automatically invoked if the user presses the emergency button
while an interruptible voice transmission present on the channel.

The interrupting radio de-keys the current voice transmission


and clears down the active repeater or direct mode call.

The interrupting radio then initiates an Emergency Alarm,


Emergency Alarm with Call or Emergency Alarm with Voice to
Follow.

The interrupted radio may not necessarily be a recipient of the


resulting Emergency Alarm / Call.

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Emergency Voice Interrupt Programming Requirements

1. The interrupted radio must be provisioned to allow an


interruption to occur:
• ‘Allow Interrupt’ enabled in CPS (Channel Data).

2. The interrupting radio must be provisioned to allow the


initiation of an emergency voice interrupt:
• ‘TX Interrupt’ enabled in CPS (Digital Emergency System).

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Emergency Voice Interrupt Advantages

1. Provides users in distress with “priority access” to the radio


channel.

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Emergency Voice Interrupt User Experience

Interrupting radio:
If a user presses the Emergency button to interrupt a voice
transmission, the radio will either:
• Successfully Interrupt the voice transmission and initiate an emergency alarm
(note: if unsuccessful at first, the radio will automatically re-try several times
before giving up).
• Or sound the emergency tone which means the Emergency Voice Interrupt
failed (in which case the radio attempts to send the emergency alarm impolitely
/ politely based on CPS configuration).

Interrupted radio:
The radio being interrupted radio will sound a Talk Prohibit Tone (if
provisioned) indicating that the user should release the PTT.
Other radios partied to the call:
All other radios partied to the original call will sound an optional
channel free tone (if provisioned).

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Emergency Voice Interrupt - Emergency Voice

If Emergency Voice Interrupt is provisioned by the CPS,


then the radio uses the following procedures for Emergency
Voice transmissions:
• Voice Interrupt is automatically invoked if the PTT is pressed
while an interruptible voice transmission to which the radio is not
partied is present on the channel (including a transmission
initiated via a remote monitor command).
If the Voice Interrupt fails or if the current voice transmission is
uninterruptible, then the radio uses the established (non-polite) procedures
for Emergency Voice transmissions.
• The normal ‘In Call Criteria’ is applied if the PTT is pressed while
a voice transmission to which the radio is partied is present on
the channel.

(Note: Emergency Voice is transmitted whenever the PTT on a radio


that initiated an emergency is pressed while that radio still remains in
emergency mode)
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Transmit Interrupt – OB and External Accessory

The radio’s option board and external accessory are also able to
invoke a transmit interrupt and begin a new voice transmission
on the channel.

The radio supports an API (incorporated in the ADK) that allows


an external accessory / application and / or option board
application to explicitly invoke a transmit interrupt. This allows for
example a “Tx Interrupt” button on a PC console to remotely de-
key a radio that is transmitting voice.

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Transmit Interrupt Limitations

Voice Interrupt is able to interrupt the following interruptible voice calls:


Group Call
Individual Call
Emergency Call
All Call

In addition to the above, Remote Voice De-Key and Emergency Voice


Interrupt are able to interrupt the following interruptible voice calls:
Individual Call (initiated via remote monitor command)
Group Call (initiated via emergency remote monitor command)

The Transmit Interrupt suite of features are NOT able to interrupt:


Un-Interruptible Voice
CSBK (Control Signalling BlocK) Activity
Data Activity

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Programming a radio to be “Interruptible”

For a Digital Channel, set the ‘Allow


Interruption’ flag. This will allow the radio’s
voice transmissions to interrupted.

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Programming a radio for Voice Interrupt

For a Digital Channel, set the ‘In Call


Criteria’ to TX Interrupt. This will allow the
radio to “interrupt” voice transmissions to
which the radio is partied.

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Setting the TX Interrupt Direct Mode Compatibility Option

For a Digital Channel, this option should be enabled


if there are radios on the channel which transmit
interruptible voice in direct mode (i.e. on a direct mode
channel or in talkaround mode on a repeater channel).

The purpose of this option is to force the radio to increase


the channel sample time when deciding whether or not
the channel is idle. This is necessary because transmit
interruptible direct mode transmissions contain regular
gaps which may occur at the point when a radio is
sampling the channel to see if it is idle.

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Programming a radio for Emergency Voice Interrupt

For a ‘Digital Emergency’ system, enable


the ‘TX Interrupt’ option. This will allow the
radio to initiate Emergency Voice
Interrupts.

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Programming a radio for Remote Voice De-Key

On the Buttons screen, simply designate


which programmable button you would like
to press to remotely de-key the transmitter.

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Reference Documentation

• Refer to the following


documentation for additional
information:

– MOTOTRBO System Planner


– MOTOTRBO Selling Guide

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Section 3:Dynamic Mixed Mode (DMM)

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Training Agenda

1. Hardware Software Requirements


2. Define Dynamic Mixed Mode (DMM)
• Feature Overview
• Configuration Recommendations
• Limitations
3. Basic Programming

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Dynamic Mixed Mode Support

• A repeater feature
– Repeater must contain R1.6a (or later) firmware
– Supports VHF, UHF1 & UHF2 bands
– Supports 12.5KHz, 20KHz and 25KHz analogue bandwidth
– Supports 12.5kHz digital bandwidth
• Repeater must be programmed to use this functionality.
– Repeater must operate on a DMM channel

DIGITAL and
ANALOGUE
Feature!

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Dynamic Mixed Mode Hardware Requirements

• Dynamic mixed Mode does not require new MOTOTRBO


hardware.

• Customers can easily ‘software upgrade’ their current


systems to enable this functionality!

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Dynamic Mixed Mode Functionality

Tone Panel

Slot 1

4-wire
interface

Dynamic Mixed
Fin/Fout Mode Repeater
(R1.6a)
Desk-set

Slot 2

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Dynamic Mixed Mode Functionality

• Allows MOTOTRBO radios in digital and analogue


modes and legacy analogue radios to key up on the
same MOTOTRBO repeater channel.

• Supports analogue consoles such as desk-set, tone


panel, etc. connected via the MOTOTRBO repeater 4-
wire interface.

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Dynamic Mixed Mode Functionality - Digital

• When the repeater receives a digital call ‘over the air’,


it re-transmits the call in digital mode
– Supports 2 digital slots.
– Repeater suspends qualifying analogue calls (including
emergency) until digital transmissions have ceased on both slots
and corresponding hang times (call hang + channel hang) have
expired.
– If analogue console tries to key up, repeater generates audible
alert (channel busy tone) via 4-wire repeater interface (over
Speaker and Rx Audio pins) to indicate that channel is busy and
console access has been denied.
– Upon expiry of corresponding hang times, repeater resumes
qualifying both analogue and digital calls.

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Dynamic Mixed Mode Functionality - Analogue

• When the repeater receives an analogue call either


‘over the air’ or via the repeater 4-wire interface, it
retransmits the call in analogue mode
– Repeater suspends qualifying digital calls (including
data and emergency) until analogue transmissions
have ceased and call hang time has expired.
– Analogue console device(s) supported.
– Upon expiry of call hang time, repeater resumes
qualifying both digital and analogue calls.

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Dynamic Mixed Mode Functionality

• The repeater only repeats analogue calls received


‘over the air’ which are qualified by PL (DPL/TPL)
– Only PL (DPL/TPL) squelch type repeat is supported
on a DMM channel (CSQ repeat is not supported).

• If the receive squelch type is set to CSQ, the received


audio is sent via the Rx Audio accessory pin for
community repeater operation.

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Dynamic Mixed Mode
Repeater Programming Requirements

• To enable DMM, the repeater must be programmed


with a Dynamic Mixed Mode channel
– A DMM channel is contains both the digital and
analogue parameters
• The following must be configured in the DMM channel
for non-community (analogue) repeater operation:
– Rx and Tx squelch types with PL (DPL / TPL)
– Audio type with filtered squelch
• The following must be configured in the DMM channel
for community (analogue) repeater operation:
– Rx and Tx squelch types with CSQ
– Audio type with flat unsquelch

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Dynamic Mixed Mode
Repeater Configuration Considerations

• When configuring the digital Call Hang Times and the


digital Subscriber Inactivity Timer (SIT), consideration
should be given to the fact that analogue radios will
not be able to access the channel at the end of a
digital call until these timers have expired.

• When configuring the analogue Call Hang Time,


consideration should be given to the fact that digital
radios will not be able to access the channel at the
end of an analogue call until this timer has expired.

• Keeping the Call Hang Times as short as possible and


the digital SIT slightly greater than the digital Call
Hang Times will allow fair access to both analogue
and digital radios.
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Dynamic Mixed Mode
Subscriber Configuration Considerations

• Configure Tx and Rx Squelch Types as PL (TPL or


DPL)
– If RX Squelch Type is configured as CSQ, radios will
un-mute to digital transmissions and play out garbled
audio

• Configure digital and analogue radios for polite admit


criteria so that they don’t impolitely key over the top
of each other
– Configure the Admit Criteria for analogue radios as
“Correct PL”
– Configure the Admit Criteria for digital radios as
“Channel Free”
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Dynamic Mixed Mode
Subscriber Configuration Considerations

• To automatically receive both analogue and digital calls,


MOTOTRBO radios need to be configured with scan lists
containing both analogue and digital scan members.

• However, scanning for incoming calls may result in an initial


audio truncation
– Truncation depends on the number of scan members in the scan
list
– To prevent loss of digital data transmission, configure an
appropriate preamble duration

• To initiate an analogue call, the user needs to manually change


the channel selection knob to the desired analogue channel.

• To initiate a digital call, the user needs to manually change the


channel selection knob to the desired digital channel.
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Dynamic Mixed Mode User Experience

• Analogue Radio:
– Radio user will hear channel busy tone if PTT asserted on analogue radio
configured for polite operation (i.e. Admit Criteria set to “Correct PL”)
while digital call still in progress on either slot.
– If radio configured to scan, there may be audio truncation at beginning of
new incoming call.
• Digital Radio:
– Radio user will hear channel busy tone if PTT asserted on digital radio
configured for polite operation (i.e. Admit Criteria set to “Channel free”)
while analogue call still in progress on channel.
– If radio configured to scan, there may be audio truncation at beginning of
new incoming call.
• Console on Repeater 4-Wire Interface:
– Console user will hear channel busy tone if PTT or Repeater knockdown
asserted on repeater 4-wire interface while digital call still in progress on
either slot.

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Dynamic Mixed Mode System Design Considerations

• Digital transmissions may occupy a repeater channel twice as long as


analogue transmissions since there are two slots and digital
transmissions (calls) may occur on each slot one after another.
• If frequent GPS updates are present, the repeater may hold up digital
channels for a long time, not allowing access to analogue radios.
• During migration, while a relatively small number of digital radios are
on a Dynamic Mixed Mode channel, it is recommended that all digital
radios operate on the same slot to provide fair channel access
between analogue and digital transmissions (calls). As more digital
radios start replacing the analogue radios, the digital radios can be
distributed across both slots.
• It is important to note that heavy usage of one mode (analogue or
digital) will lock out for longer the other mode for a polite system
configuration.
• Keeping the analogue and digital channel hang times as short as
possible will allow fair channel access to both analogue and digital
calls.
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Dynamic Mixed Mode System Limitations

• Dynamic Mixed Mode does not support the following


features:
– Capacity Plus
– IP Site connect
– RDAC over IP
– Transmit Interrupt
– FCC Type-I and Type-II monitoring
– Antenna relay

• Legacy analogue radios can not hear digital calls


– As a workaround, use 2 mobiles and the COR (Carrier
on Receive) feature

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Repeater CPS Configuration
Recommendations

Repeater Description
Configuration
Channel Add and configure a “Dynamic Mixed Mode” type of channel.
Repeater Type Configure as “Single Site”. Dynamic Mixed Mode does not
support “IP Site Master” and “IP Site Peer” configurations.
RX Squelch, TX Configure as “TPL” or “DPL” for non-community repeater
Squelch operation (received audio will be repeated).

Configure as “CSQ” for community repeater operation


(received audio will NOT be repeated, instead audio will be
sent over the Rx Audio accessory pin).

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Repeater CPS Configuration – Creating a DMM Channel
(contains both the digital and analogue parameters)

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Subscriber CPS Configuration
Recommendations

Radio configuration Description

RX Squelch Type Configure as “TPL” or “DPL”. If configured for CSQ, then


the radios will un-mute to all digital transmissions and
play garbled audio.
TX Squelch Type Configure as “TPL” or “DPL”.

Admit Criteria Configure analogue Admit Criteria as “Correct PL” and


digital Admit Criteria” as “Channel Free”.
TX Preamble Duration This duration depends on the number of scan members
in the scan list.
Priority Scanning Disable priority scanning on all scan members in the
scan list.

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Subscriber CPS Configuration
Recommendations

Radio configuration Description

Talkback It is recommended to enable Talkback to allow the


radio to talk back on the channel on which it un-
mutes during scan.
PL Type (in scan list) It is recommended to set this to “Non-Priority
Channel” so that PL decoding is performed on non-
priority scan list member channels.
Channel Marker (in scan list) It is recommended to disable channel marker.

Tx Designated Channel Choose “Selected” or one of the configured scan


members. It is not recommended that this be set to
“Last Active Channel”.

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Subscriber CPS Configuration
Recommendations

Radio configuration Description

Analog Hang Time This field defines the duration of the analog scan hang timer. The timer
starts at the end of the analog call hang time and keeps the radio on the
analog channel while the timer is running.
It is recommended that the Analog Hang Time be set to 0 in order that
radios can resume scanning immediately an analog call ends.

Note: This field can only be programmed for R1.6a radios or above.
Digital Hang Time This field defines the duration of the digital scan hang timer. The timer
starts at the beginning of the digital call hang time and keeps the radio
on the digital channel while the timer is running.
At the end of a digital call the repeater reserves a DMM channel for
digital calls until the end of SIT + 1 sec. Since analog calls are not
permitted until SIT + 1 sec, it is recommended that the Digital Hang Time
be set to SIT + 1 sec.

Note: This field can only be programmed for R1.6a radios or above.

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Subscriber CPS Configuration
Recommendations

Radio configuration Description


RSSI Threshold This field is applicable to each channel programmed in
the radio. The RSSI threshold is used when the Admit
Criteria is “Channel Free” or “Correct PL”. The radio will
be allowed channel access if the Received Signal
Strength is less than the configured RSSI threshold. The
default value is -124 dBm, but this can be increased to
overcome possible RF interference issues that may
result in false channel busy indications.

Note: This field can only be programmed for R1.6a


radios or above.

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Subscriber CPS Configuration
Recommendations

• To avoid RF collisions resulting from a legacy analogue


radio keying over ongoing digital calls, “Busy Channel
Lockout” (PL Lockout) must be enabled on all legacy
analogue radios.

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Subscriber CPS Configuration
Recommendations

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Subscriber CPS Configuration
Recommendations (fields supported for R1.6a radios or above)

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Subscriber CPS Configuration
Recommendations (fields supported for R1.6a radios or above)

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Section 4:Emergency

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Contents

Topics

Emergency Buttons

Configuration

Operation

Additional Emergency Features

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Topic 1 – Emergency Buttons

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Emergency Buttons

DM 3600/3601

Orange Button

Programmable
Front Buttons

DP 3600/3601 DP 3400/3401 DM 3400/3401

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Topic 2 – Configuration

Portable Emergency On / Off

Mobile Emergency On / Off

Digital Emergency System

Capacity Plus Emergency System

Emergency TX Channel Parameters

Emergency RX Channel Parameters

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Configuration
Portable Emergency On / Off

Duration for which emergency button must


be pressed (and held) to be considered a
Short Press.
Duration for which any button (including
emergency button) must be pressed (and
held) to be considered a Long Press.

Only the Orange Button can be


provisioned as the Emergency button.
If ‘Emergency Off’ is a Short Press, then
‘Emergency On’ must be a Long Press.
Conversely, if ‘Emergency On’ is a Short
Press, then ‘Emergency Off must be a
Long Press.
It is recommended that ‘Emergency On’ be
set to ‘Long Press’ to prevent inadvertent
emergency activation.

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Configuration
Mobile Emergency On / Off

Duration for which emergency button must


be pressed (and held) to be considered a
Short Press.
Duration for which any button (including
emergency button) must be pressed (and
held) to be considered a Long Press.

Any programmable front button can be


provisioned as the Emergency button.
If ‘Emergency Off’ is a Short Press, then
‘Emergency On’ must be a Long Press.
Conversely, if ‘Emergency On’ is a Short
Press, then ‘Emergency Off must be a
Long Press.
It is recommended that ‘Emergency On’ be
set to ‘Long Press’ to prevent inadvertent
emergency activation.

Note: ‘Emergency On’ can also be triggered by connecting pin 23 on the rear accessory connector to
ground (note: this is not dependent on the above CPS provisioned short / long press durations). If the radio
is switched off, it will power up first before handling the ‘Emergency On’ operation.

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Configuration
Digital Emergency System
Defines behaviour of radio initiating emergency on a digital (conventional) system
If enabled, defines audio / visual indications
given while radio in Emergency mode (options:
Disabled, Regular, Silent & Silent w/ Voice).*

Defines type of emergency initiated over air


(options: Emergency Alarm, Emergency Alarm w/
Call & Emergency Alarm w/ Voice to Follow).*

Defines channel on which Emergency set-


up. Any digital channel containing a group
Contact Name is listed. Furthermore, if all
digital channels contain a group Contact
Name, then the ‘Selected’ channel option is
also listed.

Defines how the radio accesses the channel


when sending the emergency alarm.

Defines transmit (hot mic) duration


for Emergency w/ Voice to Follow.

Defines whether emergency voice


interrupt feature is enabled.*

* Further details covered later on

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Configuration
Capacity Plus Emergency System
Defines behaviour of radio initiating emergency on a Capacity Plus system

As per Digital Emergency.

Defines group to which


emergency addressed.

Defines maximum number of


re-tries when transmitting
emergency alarm.

As per Digital Emergency.

For Capacity Plus systems:


1. Emergencies always set-up on Rest Channel.
2. Emergency alarms always transmitted impolitely if call already in progress on Rest Channel.
3. Emergency Voice Interrupt not yet supported.

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Configuration
Emergency TX Channel Parameters
Defines behaviour of radio initiating emergency on a digital (conventional) channel /
Capacity Plus personality

References the appropriate Emergency System


from within the given Digital Channel / Capacity
Plus Personality.

Note: All radios can initiate emergency alarms and calls.

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Configuration
Emergency RX Channel Parameters
Defines behaviour of radio receiving emergency on a digital (conventional) channel
/ Capacity Plus personality

Determines if the radio provides an audio /


visual indication when an emergency alarm is
received.

Determines if the radio transmits back an These options only


acknowledgement when an emergency alarm is available for high-tier
received. This option is only available if the (display) radios.
above option is selected.

Determines if the radio provides a visual


indication when an emergency call is received.

Notes:
1.All radios can receive emergency calls.
2.Only high-tier (display) radios can receive emergency alarms.

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Topic 3 – Operation

Emergency Overview

Emergency Channel / Group

Emergency Alarm

Emergency Alarm with Call

Emergency Alarm with Voice to Follow

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Operation
Emergency Overview
• An emergency always commences with the transmission of an Alarm to a group of high-tier
(display) radios.
• A single radio within this group (typically a central control radio) must have the ‘Emergency
Alarm Ack’ option selected.
• If no acknowledgement is received, the initiating radio re-tries several times until it gives up.
• Once the acknowledgement is received by the initiating radio, what happens next depends
on whether the initiating radio is provisioned for ‘Emergency Alarm’, ‘Emergency Alarm w/
Call’ or ‘Emergency Alarm w/ Voice to Follow’.
• The audio / visual indications provided by the initiating radio to indicate the progress of the
emergency depend on the Alarm Type configuration:
• Regular: Audio / visual indications given to indicate progress of emergency.
• Silent: No audio / visual indications given to indicate that emergency has been initiated.
Furthermore radio shall not un-mute to any receive audio while it remains in emergency
mode.
• Silent w/ Voice: As per ‘Silent’, however radio shall un-mute to qualified receive audio.
• If the initiating radio is in silent emergency mode (i.e. ‘Silent’ or ‘Silent w/ Voice’ Alarm Type
selected), pressing the PTT breaks the radio silence, ends the silent condition and enables
the emergency audio / visual indications (note: if the initiating radio is ‘remote monitored’ by
another radio this also breaks radio silence however it does NOT end the silent condition).

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Operation
Emergency Channel / Group
• For digital (conventional) systems:
• The initiating radio sets up the emergency on the channel indicated by the ‘Revert
Channel’ field. This is either a pre-defined (revert) channel or the currently ‘selected’
channel.
• The group to which the emergency is addressed is the group ‘Contact Name’
associated with the channel on which the emergency is initiated.
• It is not recommended that radios scan for incoming emergency Alarms.
• It is more effective for an emergency initiator to switch to the acknowledging (central
control) radio’s channel than for the acknowledging radio to scan multiple channels for
emergency initiator.
• Non acknowledging radios in the emergency group will most likely miss emergency
alarms if they are scanning multiple channels. Even if TX Preamble is used by the
emergency initiator, this will not help because the TX Preamble is only used if the alarm
needs to be re-transmitted more than once.
• For Capacity Plus systems:
• The initiating radio sets up the emergency on the Rest Channel.
• The group to which the emergency is addressed is the group ‘Contact’ associated with
Capacity Plus Emergency System.
• Any radio can belong to an emergency group and receive emergency calls, but only high-tier
(display) radios can receive emergency alarms.
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Operation
Emergency Alarm – Initiating Radio
• If ‘Emergency On’ button pressed, radio enters emergency mode and transmits emergency
alarm one or more times until it receives an acknowledgement or gives up.

• While radio in emergency mode:


• If radio receives an acknowledgement, it stops transmitting emergency alarms and exits
emergency mode (see note below).
• If radio gives up transmitting emergency alarms, it indicates ‘Emergency Alarm Failed’
and exits emergency mode.
• If ‘Emergency Off’ button pressed, radio exits emergency mode.
• If ‘Emergency On’ button pressed, radio reinitiates Emergency.
• If channel changed, radio exits emergency mode and where emergency enabled on
new channel, it reinitiates Emergency on new channel.

Note: If ‘Silent’ or ‘Silent w/ Voice’ Alarm Type selected, radio remains in (silent) emergency
mode when acknowledgement received (or when radio gives up transmitting emergency
alarms). To exit emergency mode, user needs to press PTT or ‘Emergency Off’ button.

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Operation
Emergency Alarm – Receiving Radio
Supported only by high tier (display) radios

• If radio receives an emergency alarm addressed either to its selected ‘Contact Name’ or a digital group in its selected ‘RX
Group List’’:
• Where ‘Emergency Alarm Indication’ option selected, radio provides an audio / visual indication and enters
emergency mode.
• Where ‘Emergency Alarm Ack’ option selected, radio also transmits back an acknowledgement.

• While radio in emergency mode:


• If any button pressed, radio silences audio emergency indication (but remains in emergency mode).
• If back button pressed then (within 2 seconds) ‘Emergency On’ button pressed, emergency mode switches to hidden
state. From then on, pressing back button followed (within 2 seconds) by ‘Emergency On’ button, toggles emergency
mode between hidden and shown state.
• If channel changed, emergency mode also switches to hidden state.
• If radio qualifies incoming voice, it un-mutes speaker.
• If PTT pressed and emergency mode in shown state, radio transmits non-emergency voice back to emergency group
(i.e. group to which incoming emergency alarm was addressed).
• If PTT pressed and emergency mode in hidden state, radio transmits non-emergency voice as per non-emergency
operation.
• If back button pressed then (within 2 seconds) ‘Emergency Off’ button pressed while emergency mode in shown
state, radio exits emergency mode.
• If ‘Emergency On’ button pressed, radio switches to initiating emergency.

Notes:
1. A single radio (typically a central control radio) must have the ‘Emergency Alarm Ack’ option selected.
2. While emergency mode in hidden state, radio behaviour as per non-emergency mode and emergency alarm list hidden,
however emergency icon displayed and LED flashes red.
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Operation
Emergency Alarm – Typical Scenario

Sequence
1. Donna presses ‘emergency on’ button
Colin
2. Donna’s radio enters emergency mode & starts transmitting
emergency alarms
3. Display radios receive emergency alarm, enter emergency mode &
Donna Elias provide audio / visual indication
4. Tim’s radio transmits acknowledgement back to Donna’s radio
5. Donna’s radio receives acknowledgement, stops transmitting emergency
alarms & exits emergency mode
6. Recipient emergency alarm users press back + ‘emergency off’ buttons
7. Recipient emergency alarm radios exit emergency mode
Tim

Shaun Richard

Ketan

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Operation
Emergency Alarm with Call – Initiating Radio
• If ‘Emergency On’ button pressed, radio enters emergency mode and transmits emergency
alarm one or more times until it receives an acknowledgement or gives up.

• While radio in emergency mode:


• If radio receives an acknowledgement, it stops transmitting emergency alarms and
remains in emergency mode.
• If radio gives up transmitting emergency alarms, it indicates ‘Emergency Alarm Failed’
and remains in emergency mode.
• If PTT pressed, radio transmits emergency voice to same group as emergency alarm.
• If radio receives incoming voice addressed to same group as emergency alarm, it un-
mutes speaker (all other incoming voice is ignored).
• If ‘Emergency Off’ button pressed, radio exits emergency mode.
• If ‘Emergency On’ button pressed, radio reinitiates Emergency.
• If channel changed, radio exits emergency mode and where emergency enabled on
new channel, it reinitiates Emergency on new channel.

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Operation
Emergency Alarm with Call – Receiving Radio
• Refer to ‘Emergency Alarm – Receiving Radio’ slide for details on high tier (display) radios
receiving emergency alarms.

• Additional behaviors for high tier (display) radios while in emergency mode:
• If radio qualifies incoming emergency voice and ‘Emergency Call Indication’ option
selected, radio provides a visual emergency call indication.

• For high tier (display) radios where ‘Emergency Alarm Indication’ option not selected and all
low tier (non-display) radios:
• Radio ignores incoming emergency alarms and does not enter emergency mode.
• If PTT pressed, radio transmits non-emergency voice in the normal (non-emergency)
manner.
• All incoming voice (including emergency voice) is qualified in the normal (non-
emergency) manner.

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Operation
Emergency Alarm with Call – Typical Scenario

Sequence
1. Colin presses ‘emergency on’ button
Colin
2. Colin’s radio enters emergency mode & starts transmitting
emergency alarms
3. Display radios receive emergency alarm, enter emergency mode &
Donna Elias provide audio / visual indication
4. Tim’s radio transmits acknowledgement back to Colin’s radio
5. Colin’s radio receives acknowledgement, stops transmitting emergency
alarms & remains in emergency mode
6. Colin presses PTT, his radio starts transmitting emergency voice & all
radios un-mute to Colin’s voice
Tim 7. Recipient emergency alarm users press any button to silence
emergency alarm audio indication (so they can hear Colin’s voice)
8. Colin releases PTT & Colin’s radio stops transmitting.
9. Tim presses PTT, Tim’s radio starts transmitting non-emergency
voice & all radios un-mute to Tim’s voice
Shaun Richard 10. Tim releases PTT & all radios mute
11. Colin presses ‘emergency off’ button
12. Colin’s radio exits emergency mode
Ketan 13. Recipient emergency alarm users press back + ‘emergency off’ buttons
14. Recipient emergency alarm radios exit emergency mode

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Operation
Emergency Alarm with Voice to Follow – Initiating Radio
• If ‘Emergency On’ button pressed, radio enters emergency mode, transmits just a single
emergency alarm (irrespective of whether acknowledgement received or not), starts hot mic
duration timer and starts transmitting emergency voice to same group as emergency alarm.

• While radio in emergency mode:


• When hot mic duration expires, radio stops transmitting emergency voice and remains
in emergency mode.
• If PTT pressed, radio transmits emergency voice to same group as emergency alarm.
• If radio receives incoming voice addressed to same group as emergency alarm, it un-
mutes speaker (all other incoming voice is ignored).
• If ‘Emergency Off’ button pressed, radio exits emergency mode.
• If ‘Emergency On’ button pressed, radio reinitiates Emergency.
• If channel changed, radio exits emergency mode and where emergency enabled on
new channel, it reinitiates Emergency on new channel.

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Operation
Emergency Alarm with Voice to Follow – Receiving Radio
• Same operation as Emergency Alarm with Call
(Refer to ‘Emergency Alarm with Call – Receiving Radio’ slide)

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Operation
Emergency Alarm with Voice to Follow – Typical Scenario

Sequence
1. Colin presses ‘emergency on’ button
Colin 2. Colin’s radio enters emergency mode, transmits single emergency
alarm, starts hot mic duration timer & starts transmitting emergency voice
3. Display radios receive emergency alarm, enter emergency mode &
provide audio / visual indication.
Donna Elias
4. Tim’s radio transmits acknowledgement back to Colin’s radio
5. All radio’s un-mute to Colin’s voice
6. Recipient emergency alarm users press any button to silence
emergency alarm audio indication (so they can hear Colin’s voice)
7. Hot mic timer expires & Colin’s radio stops transmitting.
Tim 8. Tim presses PTT, Tim’s radio starts transmitting non-emergency
voice & all radios un-mute to Tim’s voice
9. Tim releases PTT & all radios mute
10. Colin presses ‘emergency off’ button
11. Colin’s radio exits emergency mode
Shaun Richard
12. Recipient emergency alarm users press back + ‘emergency off’ buttons
13. Recipient emergency alarm radios exit emergency mode

Ketan

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Topic 4 – Additional Emergency Features

Remote Monitor

Capacity Plus

Transmit Interrupt

GPS Tracking

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Additional Emergency Features
Remote Monitor
• ‘Emergency Remote Monitor Decode’ is a CPS provisioned option.

• If an emergency initiating radio is provisioned with ‘Emergency Remote Monitor Decode’,


that radio can be ‘remote monitored’ while in emergency mode.

• Before a radio can initiate a ‘remote monitor’, it must be taken out of emergency mode, or its
emergency mode switched to the hidden state.

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Additional Emergency Features
Capacity Plus
• Recall, for Capacity Plus systems:

• Emergencies always set-up on Rest Channel.


• Emergency alarms always transmitted impolitely if call already in progress on Rest
Channel.
• Emergency Voice Interrupt not yet supported.

• Additionally, the start of an emergency call is announced over all busy channels, thereby
enabling radios already busy in calls to immediately transfer to the emergency call (if
required).

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Additional Emergency Features
Transmit Interrupt
• One of the Transmit Interrupt suite of features is Emergency Voice Interrupt (EVI).

• EVI allows a radio to de-key a transmitting radio’s voice transmission, clear down an active
call and initiate a new Emergency Alarm / Call transmission on the channel.

• If TX Interrupt option (in Digital Emergency System) is enabled by the CPS, EVI is
automatically invoked if the user presses the emergency button while an interruptible voice
transmission present on the channel.

• The interrupting radio de-keys the current voice transmission and clears down the active call.

• The interrupting radio then initiates an Emergency Alarm, Emergency Alarm with Call or
Emergency Alarm with Voice to Follow.

Notes:
1. The interrupting radio may or may not be partied to the original call.
2. The interrupted radio may not necessarily be a recipient of the resulting Emergency Alarm /
Call.

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Additional Emergency Features
GPS Tracking
• GPS equipped radios can transmit updates over the radio system in response to three
service methods:

• Single location update


• Periodic location update
• On emergency (when radio enters emergency mode, it will attempt to transmit an
emergency location response on a specific channel to the Location Server with which it
is registered)

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Section 5:Other Features

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Other Features
RDAC Multiple System Support
- Version 2.2 (onwards) of the RDAC application has the ability to monitor and
control up to 8 different radio systems (i.e. IP Site Connect and/or Capacity Plus)
simultaneously.
- To monitor and control multiple radio systems the Multi Systems feature needs to
be activated using the RDAC application and this requires the purchase of a
separate license key for each RDAC application.
- License keys are purchased via Motorola On-Line (part HKVN4041A) and an
Entitlement ID is delivered by email for each order placed.
- To activate the Multiple Systems feature:
- Install the RDAC application and ensure the computer has internet access (to
register the feature with Motorola).
- From the Help Tab, select Register Features.
- Use the RDAC Register Feature Wizard to enter the Entitlement ID and
register the Multiple Systems feature.
- Once the Multiple Systems feature has been registered, it will be possible to select
multiple radio systems using the Connect Tab (note: the systems must previously
have been defined for selection using the Systems Tab).

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Other Features
RDAC Compatibility

- RDAC version 1.0 is not forward compatible with Repeaters containing firmware
R01.06.11 onwards

- To ensure compatibility, the minimum requirement is for RDAC version 2.2 to


be installed.

- If you have already purchased a copy of RDAC version 1.0, please contact
Motorola Customer Care for a free replacement RDAC CD.

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Other Features
Capacity Plus Emergency & All Call

• When a radio enters emergency state on a Capacity Plus system, the


emergency call begins transmitting to the “Emergency” Group
Condition Action
Rest Channel is free Initiate on the Rest Channel

Rest Channel is busy Initiate impolitely the busy Rest


Channel.
• The start of an emergency call is announced over all the busy channels.
This allows a listening radio that is interested in joining the emergency call,
to leave its channel and join the emergency call.
• Capacity Plus does not support Emergency Revert Channel(s).
• All Call is setup politely on a Free Rest Channel and is announced to all
radios on the system (including those on busy channels), except:
• Radios transmitting on Busy Channels
• Radios listening to Emergency call(s)
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Other Features
One Touch Access (Mobile)
• ‘One Touch Access’ button enables a mobile radio to switch to a pre-
configured channel assigned by the CPS with the press of a button.

• This feature is available both in Digital and Analog mode.

• Channels from the Capacity Plus Channel Pool can NOT be assigned to
the ‘One Touch Access’ button.

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Other Features
CPS Software and Hardware Requirements
• Operating System
– Microsoft® Windows® 7 Professional (32/64 bit) Edition
– Microsoft® Windows® 7 Home Premium (32/64 bit) Edition
– Microsoft® Windows® Vista Business (32/64 bit) Edition
– Microsoft® Windows® Vista Home Premium (32/64 bit) Edition
– Microsoft® Windows® XP Professional/Home (32/64 bit) Edition, with Service Pack 2 or
Service Pack 3

• Hardware requirements
– USB (Universal Serial Bus) Port
– CD ROM Drive
– 350 MB of hard disk space for the Customer Programming Software (CPS)
– 100 MB of hard disk space for the RDAC
– 100 MB of hard disk space for the Tuner
– 100 MB of hard disk space for the AirTracer
– Processor speed and RAM as recommended by the stated operating system

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