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INTRODUCTION
INTRODUCTION
CONVENTIONAL RADIO SYSTEMS
Conventional radio systems typically refer to
unit-to-unit communications through a single
channel. Conventional systems also allow
radio users to extend communication coverage
by relaying their messages through a repeater.
To ensure coordinated use by multiple users,
each radio user must monitor the channel or
repeater before transmitting to verify that the
system is not currently busy.
CP150™/CP200™ RADIO
FEATURES
Radio Wide Features
4 or 16 Channels
2 Programmable Feature Buttons
Busy Channel Lockout
High/Low Power Settings (Available for 4W
& 5W models only)
• Repeater/Talkaround
Voice Operated Transmit
Transmit Time-Out Timer
Monitor and Sticky Monitor
System Scan with Single Priority Scan
Signaling Features
MDC 1200 Signaling (Available for 4W &
5W models only)
Quik-Call II Signaling (Available for 4W &
5W models only)
DTMF Signaling
- Selective Radio
Inhibit Decode
- Radio Check
Decode
- PTT ID Decode
- PTT ID Encode
- Selective Inhibit
Decode
- Call Alert
Decode
- Selective Call
Decode
- DTMF PTT ID
Encode
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