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JT1000 problem?

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WQAJ741

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I think there is some sort of signalling that has been programmed on my radio from a previous user but I am not sure...I have posted a video on youtube that I have linked here for you to really see what I am talking about...any help or info is appreciated in advance. Thanks. Sorry if this is in the wrong forum or if videos can't be posted, i just need some info...

video-2012-03-02-19-50-14.mp4 - YouTube
 

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I think there is some sort of signalling that has been programmed on my radio from a previous user but I am not sure...I have posted a video on youtube that I have linked here for you to really see what I am talking about...any help or info is appreciated in advance. Thanks. Sorry if this is in the wrong forum or if videos can't be posted, i just need some info...

video-2012-03-02-19-50-14.mp4 - YouTube
that is MDC600 signaling on keyup, and voice inversion encryption. you probably have an AVS advantage board installed on the controller. It's easily removable if your JT1000 has an option mate controller. You will have to remove the front cover and front shield assembly to access the board, and then remove it. (just unplugs). you will then have to go into the HT1000/JT/Visar RSS and disable the OptionMate controller option so it will route audio properly.
 

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There is nothing wrong with the radio. What you have is a Transcrypt International 460 rolling code scrambler. The signalling you hear isn't MDC600 but what they call Flashcall. It tells the other unit to go encrypted and then syncs up the rolling code. I would love to have the board out of that thing since we still use that here and they are no longer made or supported.
 
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