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HT1250 Programming Question

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evanf3

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Is it possible to set the Rx signaling to Quick Call and have the channel still be open for normal radio traffic?

Thanks for your help.

Evan
 

firefive76

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Is it possible to set the Rx signaling to Quick Call and have the channel still be open for normal radio traffic?

Thanks for your help.

Evan
Yes, it is. I don't have the CPS in front of me, but I think it has to do with the AND/OR setting. My 1250 is set up this way on one channel.
 

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Yes, it is. I don't have the CPS in front of me, but I think it has to do with the AND/OR setting. My 1250 is set up this way on one channel.
I am not familiar with the ht1250 software but I do have the software for my Relm RPV3600a Plus. I have one of my channels set up to do that and you have to set the squelch to open for OR. That means that it will alert for the PL tone or the 2-tone.
 

Devilz311

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In the window for the personality, under the 'signaling' tab, you'll find the signaling squelch drop-down box. "AND" means the radio will listen for the correct PL tone, and the correct QC tone before unmuting the speaker. "OR" means it will unmute for the correct PL or the correct QC tone.

Basically, on "AND" it will stay quiet until the tones come across, and on "OR" you can still monitor the channel.
 

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gary123

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you can also set up a button to toggle the option (or is that the ASTRO radios) so many radios so many options.
 
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