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TexScan780D

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There is an i after numbers in the Source ID column, example 26548i. What does the i mean?
 

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No information on the i.
An earlier version of UniTrunker had a "T" column, next to the "R" column, in the upper part of the "Call History" tab. That "T" column was eliminated in later versions, and an "i" or a "g" added to the "Target" column's numerics, i if a Radio ID, g if a Talk Group.

The i after the numerics in the "Source ID" just means that it is a Radio ID that is calling. If it is an iCall, then the numerics in the "Target ID" column will also have an i suffix. Usually there will a g after the Target ID number, indicating a group call, to all Radio IDs monitoring that Talk Group.
 
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They are direct calls between units.
Negative. Unitrunker 1.0.33.x versions display lower case g after a TGID and lower case i after a UID for all activity, including normal talkgroup calls.
 

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Release 33 Preview 4
  • Lower case "i" or "g" suffix on IDs to clarify group vs. user.
 

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(wouldn't it be more logical to use "u" for user than "i' for user? Just thinking out loud.)
It's a moot point, as subsequent versions of Unitrunker (2.x) dropped the suffixes.
 

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I've been running v2.x.x since the beginning, and I've clearly forgotten what the "i" meant in the old 32 bit v1.x.x version.
 

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I can hardly remember what I had for lunch yesterday...it happens.
 
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