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In a talk group, where CRKs (multi-key encrytion) is used, how many can I add?

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Thanks for everyone that helped me out with my first thread. THANK YOU :)

I'm programing up some handhelds and the customer asked, " How many CKs can each radio manage?"

I'm assuming the want to know when multi-key encryption is used, how many can be used in a talk group.

Any suggestions? I've looked all over for two hours now...
 

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Without knowing what type of radio you're talking about there's no real easy way to answer your question.
 

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And it's CKR (Common Key Reference). :wink:

If you're talking APX7000 I believe it's 128, whereas a XTS5000 is 48.

So yes, more info would be needed.
 
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