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Signalling Question- CDM 1550-LS+

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I am new to using the CDM with Quick Call II. I have an analog UHF channel that is very active.On this channel, some special units are also toned out when needed. Now, I have the individual conventional personality set up for Quick Call II with the proper A/B/C/D tones all in. All I'm interested in is those special units, nothing else. Now, when the tones go off, I am hearing what I need to hear. That's not my problem. When the radio is on stand by mode, I am also hearing everything else on the channel that I do NOT want to hear. Anybody know what I am doing wrong here? I'm using CPS R06.12.05

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I am new to using the CDM with Quick Call II. I have an analog UHF channel that is very active.On this channel, some special units are also toned out when needed. Now, I have the individual conventional personality set up for Quick Call II with the proper A/B/C/D tones all in. All I'm interested in is those special units, nothing else. Now, when the tones go off, I am hearing what I need to hear. That's not my problem. When the radio is on stand by mode, I am also hearing everything else on the channel that I do NOT want to hear. Anybody know what I am doing wrong here? I'm using CPS R06.12.05

Manny
This question has been asked previously about the Pro Radios as well as other series. The answer is still the same. Change your signalling squelch logic from OR to AND. You also need to program one of the programmable buttons to be MONITOR. That becomes your reset button.

Also, I believe I have posted this link several times here on RR in the Motorola subforum in regards to QC-II inquiries about the Professional series. https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BxAVX2o_3yDlN2lHM0hlQTYxTXc/edit?usp=sharing It contains full instructions on setting up QC-II, including the signalling squelch logic.

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That did the trick! Thank you very much! Just goes to show you that you're never too old to learn something new! LOL..

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