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Number of channels on a G4

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i maybe buying the G4 Pager to monitor P25 Phase-1 in Cleveland Ohio in a few months so i understand you only have 8 ZONES total? and 64 Talkgroups per ZONE? thanks
 

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Actually, 1,024 different zones. The selector on the top lets you select one through eight. The menu lets you select 128, so 8 x 128 = 1,024. You are correct that it is 64 trunked talkgroups per system.
 
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