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Kenwood Fleetsync End of Transmission Tone?

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My local fire department uses Kenwood radios with Fleetsync. The Fleetsync sound is transmitted at the beginning, but there is also another sound transmitted at the end. I've never heard this sound anywhere else except for my local fire department. I'm wondering what it is and what does it do?

Here is the link to the audio clip with the sound: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DXjCE8xsxTk
 
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Tone remote to the repeater.

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Specifically a CPI MCR series remote that uses audio tone signalling to key/unkey a radio, change channels or groups, toggle scan, etc.

You would hear it from a base radio, not a mobile or portable.
 
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