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Custom Tones

Eg8452636763

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I tried looking and searching all around but with no success,

I'm trying to create/copy the alert from a Motorola radio to an Hytera radio
I wanna have the alert sound (Alert #7) from Motorola in my Hytera radio
I need the Frequency [Hz] from that tone
Does anyone know the frequency or how I can find the frequency?
please let me know
Thanks in advance
 

n1das

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I tried looking and searching all around but with no success,

I'm trying to create/copy the alert from a Motorola radio to an Hytera radio
I wanna have the alert sound (Alert #7) from Motorola in my Hytera radio
I need the Frequency [Hz] from that tone
Does anyone know the frequency or how I can find the frequency?
please let me know
Thanks in advance

MOTOTRBO Talk Permit Tone (TPT):
1570Hz 40ms
1050Hz 40ms
1570Hz 40ms
1320Hz 40ms

The Hytera CPS rounds the exact tone freqs to the nearest 10Hz.

What is Alert #7 in the Moto radio?
 

Eg8452636763

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spring valley new york

MOTOTRBO Talk Permit Tone (TPT):
1570Hz 40ms
1050Hz 40ms
1570Hz 40ms
1320Hz 40ms

The Hytera CPS rounds the exact tone freqs to the nearest 10Hz.

What is Alert #7 in the Moto radio?
First of all Thanks!

Alert #7 is a specific tone for when your radio receives the MDC alert programmed using CPS

And just to clarify I'm referring to Alert #7 from the older radios (Analog like the HT1250 etc.)

Here you have a preview of the sound Motorola HT1250 Alert Sounds
 
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