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Old 12-20-2012, 7:59 AM
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Default Programming cdm 1250 for c-med

I know its a duplex system, I want to program the new narrowband system. I am a volunteer for my local email and programming for the cities command center.
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I know its a duplex system, I want to program the new narrowband system. I am a volunteer for my local email and programming for the cities command center.
What's your question?
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do I just program the 463/468 regularly? or are there other steps?
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do I just program the 463/468 regularly? or are there other steps?
You might want to describe the system you are programming into a bit better. It's just a bit difficult to even begin to answer your question without some information about the system in which you want to use this radio.
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I just want to program a coventional channel but they operate duplex, i want to put in my counties cmed system which is for the ambulance to hospital communications.
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I just want to program a coventional channel but they operate duplex, i want to put in my counties cmed system which is for the ambulance to hospital communications.
Full duplex as in talk and receive simultaneously?
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yes I forgot to add that, sorry.
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The CDM's can't do full duplex but you can certainly program it half duplex and you should be able to talk and hear just fine.

The unknown is how much of the hospital's transmissions you might miss because they are probably used to talking regardless of what the field is transmitting. Unlike simplex or half duplex, users of full duplex systems develop much different habits than "I talk, then you talk."
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Can you tell me how to activate the half duplex? I am totally stumped
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Volunteer for my local email? WTF is that?

What is the necessity for you to have CMED programmed into radios, what agency? Do you have authorization?
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What is the necessity for you to have CMED programmed into radios, what agency? Do you have authorization?
Sorry it was my autocorrect. Supposed to say ema. I usually do the programming and updating for my cities. ema mobile command center.
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Clyde ? WTF ? Wait Till Friday ?? [The world ends]

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forget it I'm done.
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Clyde ? WTF ? Wait Till Friday ?? [The world ends]
Yes, Wait Til Friday.
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Someone in charge of programming radios for your cities command should not be on radio reference asking such basic questions. For real, your city should find someone that has a clue as to what they are doing.
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Anthony (KB1UAM),

Being in the radio industry you have to have a good knowledge of radios.and the people that have been giving you this info have been in the radio/scanning industry for many years and know alot.

I think you should not worry about programing radios and just sit back and search the web for your answers. How do you think I leared. I researched alot on my own.

Also take things with a grain of salt. Your raport has not been so stellar in postings that many of us have seen.

So just sit back and learn for a little bit before you get yourself into hot water.
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