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Cdm quik-call

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Cmalan1213

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So im working with a cdm1250 as our main building alert system. Right now we have our duty tones and our hospital diversion/announcement tones. We just set up a chief tone that we also want the overhead page with. Because non of the tones are the same i have it set up as duty tones A/B hospital diversion C/D. (Yes i understand the easy fix is to use a combo of the duty and diversion tones for the chief but we cant)

I noticed that after the signaling tab is a tab labeled call. When you open that tab up you get a drop down labeled quik-call II call. When under this tab it lets you pick a quik-call system, along with a call format and another set of tones. Is this going to let be add the 3rd pair of tones in?

Also i would love to have each set of tones page a different call alert. Is this at all possible?


Thanks in advanced.
 

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Each personality can only allow one configuration of QCII tones. So creating a second QCII personality will only be able to be used on a seperate channel.

Channel 1 cannot decode both Quick Call II System - 1 and Quick Call II System - 2 signals.

The Quick Call System under the "Call" menu will allow another set of tones to be sent, but not received.
 
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