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Is there any way to resemble Modat signaling?

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auxscan

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I was wondering if theres any way to use DTMF signaling to resemble Modat. I was thinking if DTMF Tone #6988124 going at 50ms would sounded close to Modat.

I know this sounds stupid but I was just curious, any advise would help. Once again I agree this a stupid Question :) :) :)
 

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Thats funny. Now you have me wondering as well. Let me know what it sounds like. I had a XTS3000 that did it but I sold it a while back. My present radios don't do it but I miss it.
 

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We know what MODAT sounds like but thanks for the links. I think what he is trying to do is make his radio that doesn't have MODAT and take DTMF which his radio does have and set the DTMF to where he could get it to sound like MODAT. I am tempted to try his idea out my self just for fun although I'm thinking it won't work but who knows?
 

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We know what MODAT sounds like but thanks for the links. I think what he is trying to do is make his radio that doesn't have MODAT and take DTMF which his radio does have and set the DTMF to where he could get it to sound like MODAT. I am tempted to try his idea out my self just for fun although I'm thinking it won't work but who knows?
the rest of us know that, however c138 didnt....i posted the link for him. wasnt there an article on something like this for the ht1000 and the TPT sounds? the OP does know that these tones will transmit over the air..?
 

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the rest of us know that, however c138 didnt....i posted the link for him. wasnt there an article on something like this for the ht1000 and the TPT sounds? the OP does know that these tones will transmit over the air..?
I already read a thread about this earlier where i just programmed my SABER to use the MDC with the repeater access on that made the single beeping tone on 900hz... so i knew that.. just i never remembered i had that page bookmarked.. now i know what the MODAT sounds like especially hearing it so many times on COPS when they feature LAPD in it or any movie.. I just never knew what it was until i went back to that page you linked me too, so now i know, that solves my question of the night.
 
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What do you need this for? What are you trying to do?
 
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