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Macom P7100 receive errors

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XboXC

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Hi. I have a portable Macom P7100 high UHF radio. I have a small problem. Sometimes the radio can't properly identified a end of transmit. The green led is still on but i hear nothing. I want, if the radio is disconnect from Control Channel (or is signal very low) then it cut received sound instantly. Now it waiting a few seconds before cut. I can this config from PC?
 

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The radio probably needs a full realignment. No, it's not something you can do at home unless you have a full test setup and know the alignment procedures.

Deprogram the radio to a single conventional test channel and have your local radio shop put it through a full alignment. Then reprogram it to your personality when it comes back to you.

Be sure to tell them NOT to upgrade the firmware so you don't end up with a radio that can't be programmed with your version of ProGrammer or RPM.
 

XboXC

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Hmmm... so i have a problem. There is only one official shop (distributor) that support of any edacs radios. But prices in this shop is very high. Maybe others shops can do it. In my country the edacs system is not very popular. I think the motorola trunking system is mostly used.
 
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