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Model #: AAH65KDHAA4AN hand-helds

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callesteve

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Our unit is using the Model #: AAH65KDHAA4AN hand-helds using analog, we're getting a lot of playing around on these radios, is there any way of locating the culprits? Can you find the PTT-ID using an ADC? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
 

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Our unit is using the Model #: AAH65KDHAA4AN hand-helds using analog, we're getting a lot of playing around on these radios, is there any way of locating the culprits? Can you find the PTT-ID using an ADC? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
that is a loaded question.. it depends if you are using an analog trunking system then no. If it is digital you may be able to find a unit ID but that might not help you much. What is an ADC?
 

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Radio model number would be a heck of a lot easier to understand.

A better explanation of what you are experiencing would help, too.

1. Who is your "unit"?
2. Define "playing around". Do you suspect it's someone in your "unit", or is this someone else not associated with you on the same frequency?
3. Define "locate the culprits". Do you mean physically locate them? Do you mean to identify which radio it is? Do you mean identify the person using the radio? Do you mean it's another licensed user on the same frequency?
4 "Can you find the PTT-ID using an ADC?" Depends on if they are transmitting one. Are you hearing a PTT-ID? What's an "ADC"? Did you mean MDC?

"Any help would be greatly appreciated."
-Ditto-
 

Cameron314

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Yeah a model would kind of be the reasonable thing to post. Not sure what 65 is off the top of my head.
 

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Your model number does not seem valid. If it is a VHF PR400, you could setup the radios with pre or post MDC signalling. I do not recall if the CP200 with do MDC encode, it has been a while since i have worked with one. TT
 
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