Type of signalling?

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car2back

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Sounds like a disconnect tone (I think that's what it's called) that tells the trunking controller that the transmission is ended.
 

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what about the PTT keyup one? I know theres a busy one, but the 2nd tone? Is it capable on Motorolas?
 

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But, what im asking, is what type if signaling is this? Is it by Motorola, and only on Trunked Systems or?
 

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landonjensen said:
But, what im asking, is what type if signaling is this? Is it by Motorola, and only on Trunked Systems or?
I'm only heard it on trunk systems, but I can't say for sure that it's NOT anywhere else.
 

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Motorola trunking triple beep "handshake" tone signifying that your radio is recognized, your "push-to-talk" request has been acknowledged, and the channel is open, or in other words, you've got the channel, so talk already. The lower pitched "bonk" sound is what's heard when your push-to-talk request has been rejected due to busy channel, system protocols, out of range, etc.
 
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