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HT1250 Programming Help

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mfd1313

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Hello, my squad has four Motorola HT1250s and the frequency we are toned out is shared with a few other agencies. How do I program our HT1250s so that the channel is silent until our tones are dropped? I have figured out how to make the radio "alert" when our tones are dropped the only thing is, the radio isn't silent, I have to listen to the other agencies on that frequency. Does anyone know how to make a channel silent so that the radio only alerts when our tones are dropped and we don't have to listen to the other agencies being dispatched?

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Hello, my squad has four Motorola HT1250s and the frequency we are toned out is shared with a few other agencies. How do I program our HT1250s so that the channel is silent until our tones are dropped? I have figured out how to make the radio "alert" when our tones are dropped the only thing is, the radio isn't silent, I have to listen to the other agencies on that frequency. Does anyone know how to make a channel silent so that the radio only alerts when our tones are dropped and we don't have to listen to the other agencies being dispatched?

Thanks!!
This has been discussed several times here and on the batboard. There are at least two posts that I know of that detail the whole process of setting up a portable to work in the same manner. I would encourage you to find them and read them over carefully. They will give you a much better understanding of how to do this correctly.

That said, "and" instead of "or" will solve your problem. I just answered the SAME QUESTION within the last couple of days for someone with a CP200. The answer is the same.
 

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Here, this may help as well:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BxAVX2o_3yDlN2lHM0hlQTYxTXc/edit?usp=sharing


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HT750 HT1250 HT1550 EX 500 EX600 EX650 CDM750 CDM1250 CDM1550 and all the LS and + versions of these radios.

They are all programmed with HVN9025 CPS.
 
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