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Tytera (& clones) and "Admit Creteria"

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i2NDT

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it seems to me that the Admit Criteria "Color Code" does not perform as espected and let me transmit even if the TS I am "tuned" is in use by another TG on the same repeater and with the same color code...

did someone else verify this???

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jonwienke

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Color Code admit criteria doesn't work properly; it is the same as no restriction. The issue still exists in the most recent TYT firmware, at least on simplex.
 

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Mine seems to work properly. If the time slot is already in use, I get "Bonked" and refused connection...
 

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On a repeater? What about simplex?

What firmware are you running?

Factory firmware S013.032 never refuses connection with Color Code admit criteria on simplex. I just tested to verify.
 

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On a repeater? What about simplex?

What firmware are you running?

Factory firmware S013.032 never refuses connection with Color Code admit criteria on simplex. I just tested to verify.
I'm running under firmware version: D003.020
 
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