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Hytera PD602 Programming Question

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vonchampz

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I wasn't sure where to post this as there is no Hytera Forum. Anyways, I was wondering if anyone has any experience programming any of the Hytera PD6 series radios. I have a few questions, but basically I was wondering about the 2 tone services and the HDC1200 services and implementing them. If anyone has experience programming these features please reply!
 

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I wasn't sure where to post this as there is no Hytera Forum. Anyways, I was wondering if anyone has any experience programming any of the Hytera PD6 series radios. I have a few questions, but basically I was wondering about the 2 tone services and the HDC1200 services and implementing them. If anyone has experience programming these features please reply!

I've programmed PD782's with Quick Call and HDC1200 but only for receive only. What are you wanting to do?
 

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How exactly do I sent up the 2 Tone System?

Are you just looking to have your radio alert for a FD tone out?

I just looked and I just have HDC1200 set up in my Hytera.

I have quick call (two tone) in my XPR for the local FD channel.

It was easy to set up. You'll need the frequency for the tones and you just put them in CPS I think as Tone A and Tone B under the quick call tab. I set it as a sel call A-B and set the radio to alert by sounding short beeps.

There's also settings for the release squelch. Then on the channel just assign quick call for rx signalling.

I'd have to look in Hytera CPS to give a more detailed answer. It was pretty simple to set up using MotoTRBO CPS, so HYT should be easy.
 

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So i see where I can set everything up and and it shows the 2 Tone as a smart call, but I don't see how I can activate a smart call....Thanks for the help!
 

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I have just set it up for receive only.

So I would be unable to give you detailed instructions on how to set it up for TX signalling.
 
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