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Old 03-17-2017, 10:51 PM
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Question P25 Trunking for Receive Only

I am trying to program in a P25 Trunking System into my XG and wanted to make sure it does not affiliate on the system. If I program it without transmit frequencies and click receive only for each talkgroup is that enough to keep it from affiliating on the system? I am using RPM to program it. Lastly, am I required to enter an ID number before writing the personality to the radio or will it let me program the radio without one?
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Old 03-18-2017, 12:44 AM
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You need a system key from Harris to program P25 trunking
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Under System settings you have to tell the radio to never register. It's a drop box right above the radio I'd field. That's if you're using RPM 10 or older. If RPM is newer and you don't have the license key good luck!


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I can leave the transmit frequencies all 0's and it should not have a problem receiving right?
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buy a G4 Trunking Pager NO SYSTEM KEY needed that's what i'm going to buy
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you probably can't set transmit for 0 because RPM can figure out whether it's a valid entry. You must uncheck Unit Registration, uncheck unsolicited affiliation. Disable the PTT and emergency button

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Unication G4 or G5 or a Relm KNG-P800 or KNG2-P800
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Guys... woah. Harris is nothing like Motorola. Depending on the version of RPM he's using (pre-11) there's no need for a system key (AAC in Harris land). Also the radios can be set by a simple drop down menu to not register on the system.

From my experience you can't enter blank/bogus TX frequencies. But as long as you uncheck EDACS automatic login, uncheck TX on all group IDs and set P25 Registration to 'Never' you'll be all set. Remapping the PTT is also a good idea if you don't actually need it.

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