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MT2000 Roger Tone?

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laythrom

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Is there a way to program a roger tone (or beep) on a MT2000 radio? I'm going through the MTSX Lab and I'm not really seeing an option.
 

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I have figured out how to set the MDC-1200 to emit tone on key-up, but I'm not sure how to set the audible post-key MDC-1200 tone.
 

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I have figured out how to set the MDC-1200 to emit tone on key-up, but I'm not sure how to set the audible post-key MDC-1200 tone.
If by "post-key audible tone" you mean the side tone your radio emits through the speaker- it doesn't have one on de-key.
 

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I was able to get the radio to broadcast squawk on PTT key and de-key. However, if anyone else is looking to do the same thing in the future, I am not completely sure what MDC setting was selected in order to get it to work. If someone wants the MTSxLab *.627 save file to disect, just let me know and I can either email it or put it on drop box.
 
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