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SMFD34

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We have switched to VHF paging at my FD (one-way simulcast voice with 2-tone paging) and now have G1's. I am wondering if anyone has had experience with "stacked" tones and the recording feature. Currently our tones are sent out twice in a row and the call is announced. This currently leads to 2 separate recordings for each time we are toned. Are there settings that would prevent this from occurring? I consider myself fairly familiar with the software but I figure if someone else has already figured this out I will avoid re-inventing the wheel.
 

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We have switched to VHF paging at my FD (one-way simulcast voice with 2-tone paging) and now have G1's. I am wondering if anyone has had experience with "stacked" tones and the recording feature. Currently our tones are sent out twice in a row and the call is announced. This currently leads to 2 separate recordings for each time we are toned. Are there settings that would prevent this from occurring? I consider myself fairly familiar with the software but I figure if someone else has already figured this out I will avoid re-inventing the wheel.
Use the "Delay N" Reset mode and set the timer if you have any issues feel free to contact Aaron@unication.com with any G1 questions.
 
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