The green LED blinks when the target radio
responds. The display shows the destination alias.
4The call ends when there is no voice activity for a
predetermined period. You will hear a short
tone.The display shows Call Ended.
Both the call initiator and recipient are able to
terminate an on-going Private Call by pressing
See Assigning Entries to Programmable Number
Keys on page 306 for more information.
Making Private Calls by Using the Alias Search
1Press to access the menu.
2Press or to Contacts. Press to
The display shows the entries in alphabetical
3Press or to the required subscriber
alias or ID. The first line of the display shows
Phone Number:. The second line of the display
shows a blinking cursor. Use the keypad to enter a
4Press to select. If the entry selected is
empty, a negative indicator tone sounds and the
display shows Phone Call Invalid #.
5Press or to Call Phone and Press
to select. If the access code was not
preconfigured in the Contacts list, the first line of
the display shows Access Code:. The second line
of the display shows a blinking cursor. Enter the
access code and press the button to
proceed. If successful, the DTMF tone sounds.
You hear the dialing tone of the telephone user.
The first line of the display shows the subscriber
alias or ID, and the RSSI icon. The second line of
the display shows Phone Call and the Phone
Call icon. If unsuccessful, a tone sounds and the
display shows Phone Call Failed. Your radio
returns to the Access Code input screen. If the
access code was preconfigured in the Contacts
list, the radio returns to the screen you were on
before initiating the call.
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