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P200 portable tone code programming

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Need to know format for QCII, to enter a group call tone (All Call). Format shows "A" tone, "B" tone and Group call enable. I am only using 1 tone (group tone) to alert. Which field do I load the group tone in when I am only using 1 tone?
 
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I dont think its possible for the P200 to just have 1 tone... I mean im playing with my new astro saber and I have another radio "GP300" on MURS, i can do paging and select all call and activate every radio on the same channel to release their PL and to hear me... if that helps, i just dont think its possible for a radio to just use one tone
 
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Need to know format for QCII, to enter a group call tone (All Call). Format shows "A" tone, "B" tone and Group call enable. I am only using 1 tone (group tone) to alert. Which field do I load the group tone in when I am only using 1 tone?
- Enter the single tone frequency in the QUIK CALL II CODE #1 TONE B field and make sure GROUP CALL is set to ENABLED

- Change the Rx SQUELCH (CS/PL/QC) to QC (1) (A)None (B)0000.0 on the channel you want to enable the group call on
 

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- Enter the single tone frequency in the QUIK CALL II CODE #1 TONE B field and make sure GROUP CALL is set to ENABLED

- Change the Rx SQUELCH (CS/PL/QC) to QC (1) (A)None (B)0000.0 on the channel you want to enable the group call on
So your saying putting 000.00 on B would pretty much disregard it and the tone played for A with the set frequency will activate the grouped radios?
 

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So your saying putting 000.00 on B would pretty much disregard it and the tone played for A with the set frequency will activate the grouped radios?
No, the 0000.0 was just a placeholder. It would show the actual Hz of the tone he input on the QCII page in the first step. I could've used 1234.5 or 810.5 or 2260.0 or anything else, I figured it would be self-explanatory once he goes through the first step and sees his tone frequency show up in the second step.

Single tone Group Call, aka "All Call", goes in the TONE B slot of Genesis series portables, that's what it boils down to.
 
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