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Alerting in nxdn

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Jun 11, 2008
Greetings all:

I am looking for some thoughts/recommendations on fire department alerting in NXDN. I am currently using DTMF and am hampered with the 2 DTMF code limitation. Anyone have any suggestions/ideas? It is a VHF conventional digital system that I am going to be migrating them to as the EMS units are currently on the channel for alerting and it is working fine for that application. Would be interested to talk offline to explain fully my situation. Thanks in advance.


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Jul 27, 2005
You can page individual NXDN ID's or Group ID's in conventional NXDN. Never tried it myself, but I may have some documentation that would help.

Which radios are you using?
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