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List of Connect Tones for Analog/Digital Trunking Systems?

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sepura

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What is a list of analog CT for trunking systems?
Also digital? With the I am assuming it can be anything... 000-999 and AAA-ZZZ?
 

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APCO P25

The NAC is the P25 equivalent of a connect tone. It's a 12 bit code; normally appears as a three digit hexadecimal number with digits 0-9 and A-F.

EDACS

There are eight colors codes - these are similar to the NAC except it's an eight bit value where only one of the bits is one. The other seven bits must be zero.

Motorola ...

There are seven or eight Motorola connect tones. Andrew or Wayne can confirm the exact list of possible tones.

MPT1327

This format can use any CTCSS tone.
 

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Mpt1327

what is MPT 1327? never heard of it. is it a new trunking system?
 
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