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APX P25 Talkgroup Programming

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car5le

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Question. We're testing Conventional P25 in our business on one of our current channels. All Motorola equipment (APX, GTR's and the latest software/firmware). I want to set up separate Talkgroups to separate communications. I have set a second Talkgroup setup and have created a separate Coventional Personality with the second Talkgroup. When I transmit on Talkgroup 2, radios on Talkgroup 1 can still rx/tx on Talkgroup 2.

My hope is to separate the Talkgroups so that I can create separate "channels" of sorts.

Any help is appreciated.
 

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Question. We're testing Conventional P25 in our business on one of our current channels. All Motorola equipment (APX, GTR's and the latest software/firmware). I want to set up separate Talkgroups to separate communications. I have set a second Talkgroup setup and have created a separate Coventional Personality with the second Talkgroup. When I transmit on Talkgroup 2, radios on Talkgroup 1 can still rx/tx on Talkgroup 2.

My hope is to separate the Talkgroups so that I can create separate "channels" of sorts.

Any help is appreciated.
Change your squelch type to selective (or something like that, I don't have CPS in front of me right now).

If it's set for a normal NAC squelch, it will ignore the conventional TGs.
 

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Set your squelch for Normal Squelch.

It's probably set for Digital Squelch which passes everything regardless of NAC and talkgroup.
 
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