1 OPERATING MANUAL DIGITAL/ANALOG PORTABLE RADIO 5100 SERIES PORTABLE RADIO VHF/UHF/800 MHZ PROJECT 25 CONVENTIONAL SMARTNET /SMARTZONE 7.2 VDC, 1 and 5 Watts (VHF); 1 and 4 Watts (UHF); 1 and 3 Watts (800 MHz) Part No xx-xxx First Issue Supersedes: Part No.
2 SAFETY TRAINING INFORMATION SAFETY TRAINING INFORMATION WARNING This radio produces RF electromagnetic energy when transmitting and is designed and classified for Occupational Use Only. Radio equipment with this classification must be used only during the course of employment by individuals aware of the hazards and the ways to minimize such hazards. This radio is NOT intended for use by the General Population in an uncontrolled environment. This radio has been tested and complies with FCC RF exposure limits for Occupational Use Only. In addition, it complies with the following standards and guidelines with regard to RF energy and electromagnetic energy levels and evaluation of such levels for exposure to humans: FCC OET Bulletin 65 Edition Supplement C, Evaluating Compliance with FCC Guidelines for Human Exposure to Radio Frequency Electromagnetic Fields. American National Standards Institute (C ), IEEE Standard for Safety Levels with Respect to Human Exposure to Radio Frequency Electromagnetic Fields, 3 khz to 300 GHz. American National Standards Institute (C ), IEEE Recommended Practice for the Measurement of Potentially Hazardous Electromagnetic Fields - RF and Microwave. CAUTION To ensure that your exposure to RF electromagnetic energy is within the FCC allowable limits for occupational use, always adhere to the following guidelines: DO NOT operate the radio without the proper antenna attached. This may damage the radio and cause FCC RF exposure limits to be exceeded. The proper antenna is the antenna supplied with the radio by the manufacturer or an antenna specifically authorized by the manufacturer for use with this radio. DO NOT transmit more than 50% of total radio use time (50% duty cycle). Transmitting for more than 50% of the time can cause FCC RF exposure compliance requirements to be exceeded. This radio is transmitting whenever the indicator on the front panel is red continuously. Pressing the PTT switch on the side usually causes the radio to transmit. DO NOT use any accessories not specifically authorized by the E.F. Johnson Company for use with this radio such as batteries, speaker-microphones, belt clips, and antennas. The use of unauthorized accessories can cause FCC RF exposure compliance requirements to be exceeded. ALWAYS keep the antenna and radio at least 2.54 cm (1.0 inch) away from your body when transmitting to ensure FCC RF exposure compliance requirements are not exceeded. The best transmission quality results when the antenna is at least 5 cm (2 inches) away from your mouth and angled slightly to one side. This unit has not been tested for FCC RF exposure compliance in applications where the unit is transmitting while body worn on the belt clip. This product is not intended for use in applications where transmissions are required while the unit is body worn with the use of the belt clip. NOTE: The preceding information is provided to make you aware of RF exposure and what to do to ensure that this radio is operated within FCC RF exposure limits. Electromagnetic Interference/Usage Compatibility This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the condition that this device does not cause harmful interference. In addition, changes or modification to this equipment not expressly approved by the E.F. Johnson Company could void the user s authority to operate this equipment (FCC Rules, 47CFR Part 15.19). DO NOT operate it in areas that are sensitive to RF energy such as aircraft, hospitals, blasting sites, and fuel storage sites. Areas with potentially flammable atmospheres are usually, but not always, clearly posted. These may include gas stations, fuel and chemical storage and transfer stations, below deck on boats, and areas where the air contains flammable chemicals or particles such as grain dust or metal powders. Dispose of the nickel metal-hydride (NiMH) or nickel-cadmium (NiCd) battery used by this radio in accordance with local regulations. DO NOT dispose of it in fire because it can explode. Also, do not short the terminals because it may become very hot. 2
3 51xx SERIES PORTABLE OPERATING MANUAL VHF/UHF/800 MHz PROJECT 25 (DIGITAL) AND ANALOG SMARTNET /SmartZone Copyright 2002 by the E.F. Johnson Company The E.F. Johnson Company, which was founded in 1923, provides wireless communication systems solutions for public safety, government, and commercial customers. The company designs, manufactures, and markets conventional and trunked radio systems, mobile and portable subscriber radios, repeaters, and Project 25 digital radio products. E.F. Johnson is a wholly owned subsidiary of Transcrypt International, Inc. Viking Head/EFJohnson logo, Call Guard, PCConfigure, and PCTune are trademarks of the E.F. Johnson Company. SMARTNET, SmartZone, SecureNet, Call Alert, Enhanced Private Conversation, and Private Conversation II are trademarks of Motorola, Inc. All other company and/or product names used in this manual are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of their respective manufacturer. The IMBE voice coding technology embodied in this product is protected by intellectual property rights including patent rights of Digital Voice Systems, Inc. LAND MOBILE PRODUCT WARRANTY - The manufacturer s warranty statement for this product is available from your product supplier or from E.F. Johnson Company, 299 Johnson Avenue, Box 1249, Waseca, MN Phone (507) Information in this manual is subject to change without notice.
4 TABLE OF CONTENTS TABLE OF CONTENTS SAFETY TRAINING INFORMATION FEATURES General Features Conventional Features SMARTNET/SmartZone Features CONTROLS AND DISPLAY Front Panel Controls Top Panel Controls Side Controls Display GENERAL OPERATION Turning Power On Setting Volume Power-Up Password Zone And Channel Select Low Battery Indication Backlight Keypad Lock Setting Squelch Transceiver Operating Modes Conventional Operating Mode SMARTNET/SmartZone Operating Mode Secure Communication Encryption (Hardware) Keys RADIO-WIDE FEATURES Option Keys Menu Mode Time-Out Timer Home Zone Select Power Output Select Alert Tone Select Scanning Standard Scanning Radio Wide Scanning Scan Resume Delay Transmitting in the Scan Mode Nuisance Channel Add/Delete Scan Lists Radio Wide Scan List Standard Mode Scan Lists Determining Which Channels are in Scan List Selecting a Scan List Programming a Scan List CONVENTIONAL MODE FEATURES Monitoring Before Transmitting Automatic Channel Monitoring Manual Channel Monitoring Monitor Mode Busy Channel Lockout Call Guard Squelch Call Guard Squelch Enable/Disable Selective Squelch Code Select Penalty Timer Conversation Timer Repeater Talk-Around Displaying Transmit and Receive Frequency Emergency Mode Conventional Mode Scanning Priority Channel Sampling Changing the Priority Channel Placing and Receiving Conventional Calls Project 25 (Digital) Mode Features Viewing Individual ID Group IDs Selective Squelch Changing Talk Group Assigned To A Channel Unit Calls Keypad Programming Menu Structure Zone Password Zone Change Parameter Channel Change Parameter System Parameters Channel Parameters SMARTNET/SMARTZONE FEATURES Viewing Unit ID Placing and Receiving Standard Group Calls Private (Unit-To-Unit) Calls General Placing an Enhanced Private Conversation Call.. 24 Placing a Private Conversation II Call Receiving a Private Call (All Types) Placing and Receiving Telephone Calls Call Alert Answering a Page Initiating a Page Messaging Sending Status Conditions Emergency Alarm and Call Failsoft Operation SMARTNET/SmartZone Scanning Dynamic Regrouping SmartZone Features Busy Override Determining Current Site/Searching For New Site 30 Locking/Unlocking a Site SUPERVISORY TONES INDEX
5 FEATURES FEATURES General Features The following operating modes are programmable: Conventional analog Conventional Project 25 (digital) SMARTNET /SmartZone trunked Up to 500 channels/talk groups programmable Zone select Large graphic display with backlight Up to 9 (limited keypad) or 21 (DTMF keypad) programmable option keys Menu mode Standard and radio-wide scan modes User selectable and editable scan lists Time-out timer User selectable high and low power output Keypad lock Power-up password to prevent unauthorized use Conventional Features Repeater talk-around Monitor mode selectable by option key or menu Carrier or Call Guard (CTCSS/DCS) controlled squelch on analog channels. Carrier, NAC and talk group IDs on digital channels. Penalty and conversation timers Priority channel sampling when scanning Busy channel lockout (transmit disable on busy) DES-OFB encryption available (P25 channels) Unit (Individual ID) calls on Project 25 channels Keypad programming (Fed Gov. users only) Emergency key (Project 25 channels) SMARTNET/SmartZone Features Group, Enhanced Private Conversation, Private Conversation II, and Telephone Calls Emergency alarms to alert a dispatcher of emergency conditions Emergency calls for high priority system access Failsoft operation on a predefined conventional channel if trunked system fails Priority group calls detected while listening to other group calls Call Alert (send and receive pages) Predefined messages (up to 16) can be sent to a dispatcher Predefined status conditions (up to 8) can be sent to a dispatcher Dynamic regrouping (dispatcher can automatically gather users on a channel to receive a message) Roaming (SmartZone only) SecureNet secure communication available NOTE: The availability of many of the preceding features is determined by system operator programming of your transceiver, installed options, and the capabilities of the radio system being accessed. 5
6 CONTROLS AND DISPLAY CONTROLS AND DISPLAY Display In Various Modes: F1 = Exit F2 = Select/Menu Enable Up/Down Sw Menu/Option Keys Microphone Option Keys DTMF Keypad Speaker DTMF Keypad Model Limited Keypad Model Figure 1 Front Panel Controls Front Panel Controls NOTE: The following controls are shown in Figure 1. Microphone - The microphone is located in this area. For best results, hold the transceiver 2-3 inches from you mouth and speak at a normal conversational level. Display - This is a graphical LCD (Liquid Crystal Display). The display backlight can be programmed to turn on when any key is pressed or when the Backlight option key is pressed (see page 9). Up/Down Switch - Selects zones when multiple zones are programmed. Pressing the upper part of the switch selects the next higher number and pressing the lower part selects the next lower number. This control also provides up/down select in the menu mode and in other modes when up/down select is required. F1 - In menu mode, functions as a step back and exit key. If menu mode is not used, it is a programmable option key. F2 - Selects the menu mode when that mode is enabled by programming. Also functions as an Enter or Select key in the menu and other modes. If menu mode is not used, it is a programmable option key. F3, F4 - Programmable option keys. DTMF Keypad - The full keypad DTMF models include the 12 keys required to dial telephone and unit ID numbers. Speaker - The transceiver speaker is located near the bottom of the front panel. When a speaker/microphone is used, this speaker is automatically disabled. 6
7 CONTROLS AND DISPLAY Top Panel Controls Power On-Off/ Volume Adj Antenna Connector Emergency Key - This key or some other option key can be programmed as an Emergency key to alert a dispatcher of an emergency condition. Refer to pages 18 and 28 for more information. This key can also be programmed for other functions. Side Controls Multi-Function Indicator Option Switch Channel Switch Figure 2 Top Panel Controls Emergency (Option) Key Multi-Function Indicator - Indicates the following conditions: Steady Red - Transmitter keyed. Flashing Red - Low battery in receive mode. Steady Green - Carrier detected in receive mode Option Keys PTT Switch Accessory Connector Battery Pack On-Off/Volume - Turning the knob clockwise turns power on and sets the volume level. Turning it counterclockwise to the detent turns power off. The minimum volume level can be set by programming. Channel Switch - This 16-position switch selects up to 16 channels in the current zone. Additional zones can be programmed to allow up to 500 channels to be selected by this switch. Rotary Option Switch - This is a three-position switch that can be programmed to control various options. The A and B positions are off and on, respectively, and the C position is not used (see page 11). Antenna Connector - Connection point for the antenna. Make sure the antenna is tight before using the radio. Figure 3 Side Controls and Jacks PTT (Push-To-Talk) Switch - This switch is pressed to turn the transmitter to transmit a message. It is then released to listen. Transmitting is indicated when the top panel indicator is constant red. Option Keys 1, 2, and 3 - Each of these keys can be system operator programmed to control a specific function (see page 11). Battery - To remove the battery, press the release button on the bottom and rotate the bottom of the battery outward. Accessory Connector - Connection point for optional accessories such as a speaker/microphone or earphone. 7
8 GENERAL OPERATION Display enabled, indicates that the displayed channel is a priority channel. Icon Area Text Area - Low battery indication (see page 9). - Voice encryption is enabled (see page 10). - Standard or radio wide scanning is enabled (see page 13). - Repeater talk-around is enabled (see page 18). Figure 4 Graphical Display The front panel display is shown above. Icons are typically shown in the upper part of the display and text messages in the lower part. The default icons are as follows: - When the scan or the scan list edit mode is enabled, indicates that the displayed channel is in the scan list and scanned normally (see page 14). - When the scan or the scan list edit mode is - Monitor mode is enabled by the Monitor option key or menu parameter (see page 16). - Keypad programming or another mode is enabled which allows the user to edit radio parameters. - A SMARTNET/SmartZone interconnect (telephone) call is in progress (see page 26). - A Project 25 or SMARTNET/SmartZone private (unit-to-unit) call is in progress. GENERAL OPERATION Turning Power On Power is turned on and off by the top panel On- Off/Volume switch. When power is initially turned on, the transceiver goes through a self test routine in which the following information is displayed: Currently selected zone Individual ID of the radio if a conventional P25 channel is selected Unit ID of the radio if a SMARTNET/SmartZone channel is selected Selected channel alias (last) Programming determines if the transceiver powers up on the last selected zone or the preprogrammed home zone. The last selected channel of the displayed zone is always selected on power up. Setting Volume The relative volume level can be determined by the position of the index on the volume knob or a reference tone as follows. The minimum volume level may be set by programming. This can prevent missed messages resulting from inadvertently turning the volume to an inaudible level. If a key press tone is enabled, a short tone sounds when a key is pressed. If a conventional channel is selected and the Monitor option key or menu parameter is programmed, pressing that key unsquelches the receiver and either voice or background noise is heard (see page 16). If a SMARTNET/SmartZone channel is selected, the receiver cannot be manually unsquelched. 8
9 GENERAL OPERATION Power-Up Password The power-up password feature prevents unauthorized use of the transceiver by locking the keypad on power up until the proper password is entered. This feature is enabled or disabled by programming. When it is enabled, ENTER PSWD is briefly displayed when power is turned on. The eight-digit numeric password must be then be entered as follows. If an incorrect password is entered, INCORRECT is displayed and it must be re-entered. DTMF Keypad Models - Enter the password using the 0-9 keys and then press the Enter (F2) key when finished. If a mistake is made, the last digit can be erased by pressing the F1 (Clear) key. Limited Keypad Models - Select the proper number for each position by pressing the Up/Down switch. When the proper number for a position is displayed, select it and move on to the next position by pressing the F2 (Enter) key. Zone And Channel Select Zone Select The front panel Up/Down switch changes and displays the current zone. When not in special modes such as the menu mode, pressing either the top or bottom part of this switch once displays the current zone number as Zone x. Then quickly pressing it again changes the selected zone up or down. After the highest programmed zone is displayed, wrap-around to the lowest programmed zone occurs and vice versa. The selected zone is also displayed briefly on power up. Channel Select Channels are selected by the rotary 16-position switch on the top panel. The alias (identification) for the selected channel/group is displayed continuously during normal operation. When an unprogrammed channel is selected, UNPROGRAMD is displayed and a tone sounds (if tones are enabled). When conventional channels are selected and the Display Information option key or menu parameter is programmed, either the channel frequency or alias can be displayed (see page 18). Low Battery Indication NOTE: If the transceiver contains hardware (encryption) keys, be sure to reattach a battery within approximately one minute to prevent the loss of these keys. A low-battery condition is indicated by the icon in the display. The battery should be recharged or replaced as soon as practical after this indication appears. Once this indication appears, it stays on until power is cycled. The following additional low battery indications and conditions may be enabled by programming: A chirp sounds once a minute in the standby and transmit modes. A chirp sounds each time the PTT switch is pressed. Top panel LED indicator flashes red every 30 seconds in the receive mode. Low power is selected when transmitting. As indicated in the preceding Note, the transceiver must be connected to a constant power source to preserve the hardware (encryption) keys in memory. Since these keys are maintained in memory for only about 1 minute without a battery attached, be sure to reattach a battery within that time if these keys are used. Refer to see page 10 for more information on encryption keys. Backlight The backlight for the display and option keys can be programmed to automatically turn on when any key is pressed. It then automatically turns off after a programmed delay of seconds so that battery drain is minimized. If the Backlight option key or menu parameter is programmed, it can be used to manually turn the backlight on and off. Keypad Lock The Keypad Lock feature is used to temporarily disable the front panel keys to prevent accidental key presses. This feature is available if the Keypad Lock option key is programmed. 9
10 GENERAL OPERATION To lock the keypad, simply press the Keypad Lock option key. Then to unlock the keypad again, press and hold this key until a tone sounds (approximately 1 second). With DTMF keypad models, the DTMF keys can also be totally disabled by programming on some or all channels. The Keypad Lock feature then has no affect on those keys. Setting Squelch This transceiver does not have a squelch control. The squelch level is fixed and normally does not require readjustment. Transceiver Operating Modes Introduction Each selectable channel can be programmed for either conventional or SMARTNET/SmartZone operation. For example, Zone 1/Channel 1 could be a conventional channel, Zone 1/Channel 2 a SMARTNET channel, and so on. Your system operator can tell you what type or types of operation are programmed. Mode information on these modes follows. Conventional Operating Mode This is a non-trunked operating protocol which accesses independent radio channels. There is no automatic access to several channels. Monitoring of the channel before transmitting may not be automatic in this mode, so you may have to do it manually to make sure that it is not in use. Either analog or digital (Project 25) signaling may be used. Operating features unique to this mode are described starting on page 16. SMARTNET/SmartZone Operating Mode This is a trunked operating protocol that provides automatic access to several channels. A channel actually selects a talk group which is programmed with one or more ID codes that determine what mobiles are being called and what calls are received. Monitoring is performed automatically, and special tones and messages indicate busy and out-of-range conditions. Enhanced features include roaming (SmartZone only), telephone, private, and emergency calls, Call Alert, and messaging. Either analog or digital signaling may be used. Operating features unique to SMARTNET/SmartZone operation are described starting on page 23. When a SMARTNET or SmartZone channel is selected or the radio is powered up on one of those channels, it searches for a control channel. Once a control channel is found, it attempts to register on the radio system and the alias (name) of the selected channel is displayed. If a control channel could not be found (because of an out of range condition or the system ID is not correct, for example), NO SYS or a similar message is displayed and the radio continues to search for a control channel. The control channel transmits and receives system information to and from all radios registered on the system. Therefore, once a control channel is found, it is continuously monitored for incoming call information and is used to make call requests. The radio automatically changes to a traffic channel to place and receive calls and then returns to the control channel when the call is complete. Secure Communication General This transceiver may be optionally equipped to provide secure communication on some or all channels. This feature encrypts your voice so that it can be understood only by someone using a transceiver equipped with a similar encryption device and encryption codes. When a secure call is received or transmitted, is indicated in the display. Secure communication can be programmed on a per channel basis to operate in various ways. If the current channel is programmed to allow it to be selected, secure communication can be manually enabled and disabled by the Clear/Secure option key or menu parameter. In the receive mode, secure calls may be auto detected or only calls coded like the transmit signal may be received. If the Clear mode is selected by Clear/Secure key or menu parameter and an attempt is made to 10
11 RADIO-WIDE FEATURES transmit on a channel fixed in the Secure mode by programming, SEC ONLY is displayed and transmitting is not permitted. Conversely, if the Secure mode is selected and the channel is fixed in the Clear mode, CLEAR ONLY is displayed and transmitting is not permitted. If your transceiver has encryption, consult your system operator for more information on how it functions in your application. Encryption (Hardware) Keys NOTE: A nearly constant power source must be applied to the radio to maintain the encryption keys in memory. Therefore, when changing the battery, be sure to reattach another battery within one minute. If it is not, these keys may be lost and will need to be reloaded again. RADIO-WIDE FEATURES Each channel programmed for encryption has an encryption key associated with it. Up to 16 keys can be loaded into the radio, and the location from 0-15 refers to the Hardware location of the key. If more than one key is loaded, the Hardware Key Select option key may be programmed to select another key for a channel. A new key selection remains in affect until it is manually changed again. Select a hardware key as follows: 1. Press the Hardware Key Select key or select that menu parameter and HWKEY x is displayed ( x is the current key selection from 0-15). 2. Press the Up/Down switch to display the desired key and then press the Hardware Key Select key again or F2 key to select it and return to normal operation. Option Keys Almost all the transceiver keys are programmable unless they are dedicated to a specific function. These keys can be programmed by your system operator for one set of functions in the Conventional mode and another in the SMARTNET/SmartZone mode as described on page 10. Table 5 on page 12 lists the programmable keys, the functions that can be programmed in each mode, and the page of this manual on which the function is described. Menu Mode Menu Back/ Exit Menu Select/ Enter Menu Scroll Up/Down Most functions that can be controlled by an option key can also be controlled by the menu mode. An exception is Keypad Lock which can be controlled by an option key only. The functions that can be controlled by the menu mode are also shown in Table 5 on page 12. Only parameters that apply to the selected channel type (Conventional/SMARTNET/ SmartZone) are displayed. When the menu mode is used, the F1 and F2 keys become dedicated menu mode control keys: F1 is Back/Clear, and F2 is Menu Select/Enter. If the menu mode is disabled, these keys can be programmed for other functions. The menu mode operates as follows: 1. To select the menu mode, press the F2 key. Up to three menu parameters are then displayed as shown in the preceding illustration. 2. To scroll up or down through the menu parameter list, press the Up/Down switch. The selected parameter is indicated by a dark bar. 3. To display the available modes for a highlighted parameter, press the F2 key. The currently selected mode is indicated by an asterisk. NOTE: Some parameters cannot be selected with scanning enabled. 11
12 RADIO-WIDE FEATURES 4. Press the Up/Down switch to highlight the desired mode. Then select the F2 key to select that mode. 5. To step back to the previous level or exit the menu mode, press the F1 (Clear) key. Time-Out Timer The time-out timer disables the transmitter if it is keyed continuously for longer than the programmed time. It can be programmed for times from 15 seconds up to 3 minutes, 45 seconds or it can be disabled. If the transmitter is keyed for longer than the programmed time, the transmitter is disabled, a continuous tone sounds, and TX TIMEOUT is displayed. Five seconds before time-out occurs, a warning beep sounds to indicate that time-out is approaching. The timer and tone are reset by releasing the PTT switch. A different time may be programmed on each channel. Conventional channels can also be programmed with a penalty timer which prevents transmissions for a time after the transmitter is disabled by the time-out timer. Refer to page 17 for more information. Function Table 5 Programmable Option Key and Menu Mode Functions Menu Display Available in Mode: Conv. SMARTNET SmartZone See Description on Page: Alert tones On-Off Tones X X X 13 Backlight On-Off Backlight X X X 9 Call Alert Select X X 27 Call Response Select X X 24 Clear/Secure Select Security X X X 10 (Digital) Talk Group Select Select TG X 19 Display Information Select Display X 18 Emergency Select Emergency X X X 18, 28 High/Low Power Select Tx Power X X X 13 Home Zone Select Home Zone X X X 13 Key (Encryption) Select X X X 10 Keypad Lock Select (Opt sw only) X X X 9 Keypad Programming Select Keypad Prg X 20 Messaging X X 28 Monitor Mode Select Monitor X 16 Normal/Selective Select Squelch X 17 Phone Call Select X X 26 Priority Channel Select Priority X 18 Private Call Select X X 24 Radio Wide Scan Select X X X 13 Repeater Talk-Around Select Talk Arnd X 18 Scan Mode Select Scan X X X 13 Scan List Edit Select Scan Edit X X X 13 Scan List Select Scan Selct X X X 13 Selective Squelch Code Select Sqlch Code X 17 Site Lock Select X 30 Site Search Select X 30 Status Select X X 28 Unit Call Select Unit Call X 19 Unprogrammed (not used) - X X X - 12
13 RADIO-WIDE FEATURES Home Zone Select If the Home Zone option key or menu parameter is programmed, it can be used to quickly select the preprogrammed home zone. The transceiver is also programmed so that when power is turned on, the home or last selected zone is automatically selected. Power Output Select If selectable power is allowed on the channel by programming, the High/Low Power option key or menu parameter can be used to select high or low power. Low power increases battery life but may decrease range and vice versa for high power. The new level is flashed in the display as either HI POWER or LOW POWER. If selectable power is not permitted on the current channel, FIXED LOW or FIXED HIGH is flashed and no power change occurs. The selected power level on the channel is permanent until it is manually changed again. Alert Tone Select The various alert tones that sound are described on page 30. These tones can be turned on and off if the Alert Tone option key or Tones menu parameter is programmed. When all tones are off, TONE OFF is momentarily displayed, and when all tones are on, TONE ON is momentarily displayed. If this key or menu parameter is not programmed, tones are fixed in the on or off mode by programming. Scanning Introduction Scanning monitors the channels in the scan list for messages that the transceiver is programmed to receive. When a message is detected, scanning stops and the message is received. Shortly after the message is complete, scanning resumes (unless it has been disabled). There are two basic scan modes available: Standard and Radio Wide. The operation of the standard type is unique to the type of channel selected, and the operation of Radio Wide type is the same regardless of the type of channel selected. Only one type can be enabled at a time. For example, if standard scanning is enabled and radio wide scanning is selected, standard scanning is automatically disabled. More information on these types of scanning follows. Standard Scanning Standard scanning monitors only channels that are the same type as that currently selected. For example, if a conventional channel is selected, only conventional channels are scanned. Standard scanning operates as follows: Enable scanning using the Scan option key or menu parameter. Scanning is enabled when the icon is displayed. To turn scanning off, press the Scan option key again or select Off in the scan menu. Scanning is disabled when the icon is no longer displayed. If the zone or channel is changed while scanning is selected, scanning continues on the same or a different scan list (see Standard Mode Scan Lists on page 14). Radio Wide Scanning Radio wide scanning monitors the channels in the radio-wide scan list. This scan list can include up to 16 channels of any type and assigned to any zone (see Radio Wide Scan List on page 14). Radio wide scanning is turned on and off by the Radio Wide Scan option key or menu parameter as follows. If this key or menu parameter is not programmed, radio wide scanning is not available. Enable Radio Wide Scanning using the Radio Wide Scan option key or menu parameter. As with standard scanning, radio wide scanning is indicated when the icon is displayed. To turn radio wide scanning off, press the Radio Wide Scan option key again or select Off in the menu. Scanning is disabled when the icon is no longer displayed. If the zone or channel is changed while radio wide scanning, scanning continues normally. 13
14 RADIO-WIDE FEATURES Scan Resume Delay When a message is received or transmitted while scanning, there is a delay before scanning resumes. The delay after receiving a call prevents another message from being received before a response can be made. The delay after transmitting a call ensures that a response is heard instead of another message occurring on some other channel. Transmitting in the Scan Mode When the transmitter is keyed while scanning is enabled, the transmission may occur on the receive, selected, or priority channel, depending on the operating mode and programming. Nuisance Channel Add/Delete With standard scanning, both conventional and SMARTNET/SmartZone channels can be temporarily deleted from the scan list, for example, if messages become annoying. This feature is not available with radio wide scanning. Channels can also be permanently added or deleted from a scan list as described in the next section. Proceed as follows to temporarily delete a nuisance channel: NOTE: The selected channel and also conventional priority channels cannot be deleted from the scan list. 1. While receiving a message on the channel to be deleted, press and hold the Scan option key until a tone sounds (about 2 seconds). 2. The channel is then deleted and scanning of the remaining channels in the scan list resumes. 3. Deleted channels are added back into the scan list if any of the following occur: Scanning is turned off and then on again using the Scan option key or menu parameter. Transceiver power is turned off and then on again. The selected channel is changed. Scan Lists Radio Wide Scan List With radio wide scanning, there is only one scan list available regardless of the type of channel selected, and it is not user programmable. This scan list can contain up to 16 channels of any type. For example, it could include six conventional channels and ten SMARTNET/SmartZone channels. Standard Mode Scan Lists NOTE: The selected channel is always scanned. A scan list is simply the channels that are scanned when scanning is selected. With conventional and SMARTNET/SmartZone operation, several scan lists can be programmed by your system operator, and each list can include up to 16 channels/talk groups. The channels/groups in a list are user programmable if the Scan Edit option key or menu parameter is programmed. Refer to Programming a Scan List which follows for more information. The specific list that is scanned is user selectable if the Scan (List) Select option key or menu parameter is programmed. Refer to Selecting a Scan List which follows for more information. Determining Which Channels are in Scan List The channels in the radio-wide and conventional scan lists are indicated as follows. Channels in the SMARTNET/SmartZone lists are indicated only when editing a scan list. 1. To view the conventional scan list, enable standard scanning using the Scan key or menu parameter. Likewise, to view the radio wide scan list, enable radio wide scanning using the Radio Wide Scan key or menu parameter. Also select the scan list if applicable as described in the following Selecting a Scan List description. 2. Select the desired zone and then scroll through the channels by rotating the channel switch. When the displayed channel is in the scan list (scanned normally), the icon is displayed. 14
15 RADIO-WIDE FEATURES Selecting a Scan List Conventional Operation - The scan list is user selectable if the Scan (List) Select option key or menu parameter is programmed. Otherwise, it is a fixed list. Changing a list with this option key or menu parameter is temporary since the programmed default list is reselected at power up. SMARTNET/SmartZone Operation - Each channel (talk group) is programmed to select one of programmed lists. In addition, each channel can be programmed so that scanning is automatically enabled or disabled (No List) when it is selected. If the Scan (List) Select option key or menu parameter is programmed, the list that is selected by all channels of the current system can be temporarily changed. The default list programmed for each channel is automatically reselected at power up. Select the scan list as follows: 1. With scanning disabled ( icon not displayed), press the Scan List option key or select the Scan Selct menu parameter. 2. The currently selected list is displayed as List x, where x is the currently selected list. To exit without changing the selected list, simply press the Scan List option key again or the F1 or F2 key. 3. To select another list, press the Up/Down switch. When the desired list is displayed, select it and exit this mode by pressing the Scan List option key again or the F2 key. Programming a Scan List If the Scan Edit option key or menu parameter is programmed, conventional and SMARTNET/ SmartZone standard scan lists can be programmed as follows. Changes are permanent (cycling power does not reselect a default condition). 1. Make sure that both standard and radio wide scanning are off ( icon not displayed). Select a conventional or SMARTNET/SmartZone channel corresponding to the scan list being programmed. 2. Select the scan edit mode using the Scan Edit option key or menu parameter. This mode is indicated by in the display. 3. If applicable, select the list to be edited by pressing the Up/Down switch. Select the desired list by pressing the F2 key. The selected list is indicated as LIST x. If user programming is disabled on a list, NO EDIT is momentarily displayed and it cannot be edited. 4. Select the channel you want to add or delete by pressing the Up/Down switch. After the last channel in the current zone is displayed, the first valid channel in the next zone is displayed and vice versa. Lists are limited to 16 channels. If an attempt is made to add more than 16, LIST FULL is displayed and a channel must be deleted before another can be added. NOTE: A conventional priority channel cannot be deleted (see page 18). 5. If the selected channel is in the scan list (scanned), the icon is displayed. To change the status of the displayed channel, press the F2 (Enter) key. With conventional channels only, if the selected scan list is programmed with a fixed priority channel (see page 18), the next press of F2 makes the current channel the priority channel. The icon is then displayed to indicate that it is the priority channel. 6. To exit this mode and save the changes, press the F1 (Exit) key or the Scan Edit option key again. 15
16 CONVENTIONAL MODE FEATURES CONVENTIONAL MODE FEATURES Introduction An overview of conventional operation is located on page 10. The following information describes the features unique to conventional operation, both analog and digital (Project 25). Refer to the preceding Radio-Wide Features section for information on features common to all operating modes. Features unique to SMARTNET/SmartZone operation are described starting on page 23. Monitoring Before Transmitting Introduction With conventional operation, you may need to manually monitor the channel before transmitting to make sure that it is not be used by someone else. If your were to transmit while someone else is using the channel, you would probably disrupt their conversation. With SMARTNET/SmartZone operation, monitoring is always performed automatically. Monitor conventional channels automatically or manually as follows: Automatic Channel Monitoring If the selected channel is programmed with the Busy Channel Lockout feature (consult your system operator), monitoring is performed automatically. Refer to the description of this feature on page 16 for more information. Manual Channel Monitoring The automatic monitoring just described may occasionally disable the transmitter when the channel is not in use. In this case, you may need to manually monitor the channel as follows: Busy Indicator - With scanning disabled, note if the multi-function indicator on the front panel is steady green. If it is not, the channel is not being used and a call can be transmitted. It it is green, the channel may be busy and a call should not be placed (see next paragraph). Monitor Mode - There may be times when a busy condition is indicated even though no one is using the channel. Monitoring should then be performed by enabling the monitor mode described next. The Normal/Selective function may also be used on analog channels (see description on page 17). Monitor Mode The monitor mode temporarily disables squelch control features (such as Call Guard squelch) and unsquelches the receiver so that all activity on the channel can be monitored. In addition, it overrides the Busy Channel Lockout feature (see next section) and temporarily disables scanning. To select the monitor mode, briefly press the Monitor option key or select the menu parameter. This mode is indicated when is displayed. To disable the monitor mode and return to normal operation, press the Monitor option key again or select Off in the menu mode. This feature may also be useful during weak signal conditions if intermittent squelching makes a message difficult to understand. When scanning, pressing and holding the option key until a tone sounds monitors the scanned channel instead of the selected channel (if it is different). Busy Channel Lockout The Busy Channel Lockout feature (also called Transmit Disable on Busy) automatically disables the transmitter if the channel is busy when the PTT switch is pressed. When the transmitter is disabled by this feature, BUSY is displayed, a busy tone sounds, and the transmitter is disabled. Each channel is programmed to operate in one of the following modes: Off - Busy channel lockout is disabled and the transmitter keys even if the channel is busy. Noise - If any activity is detected on the channel, the transmitter is disabled when the PTT switch is pressed. 16
17 CONVENTIONAL MODE FEATURES Tone (NAC) - If the detected Call Guard or NAC (Project 25) squelch coding is incorrect, the transmitter is disabled when the PTT switch is pressed. If Busy Channel Override is permitted by programming, it is possible to transmit when the transmitter is disabled by this feature. Simply release and then quickly press the push-to-talk (PTT) switch again. Call Guard Squelch Introduction Call Guard squelch (also called CTCSS/DCS signaling) can be programmed on conventional analog channels. This feature eliminates distracting messages intended for others using the channel. This is done by using a subaudible tone or digital code to control the squelch. This tone or code is unique to a user or a group on that channel, and is transmitted by the mobile placing a call. If Call Guard squelch is programmed in the mobile receiving the call, it must detect the correct tone or code to receive the call. Call Guard Squelch Enable/Disable The Normal/Selective option key or menu parameter (if programmed) can be used to disable receive Call Guard squelch so that all calls are heard. When it is disabled, Sq Normal is flashed in the display, and when it is enabled, Sq Select is flashed. The receiver unsquelches only if activity is detected on the channel, and scanning is not disabled. The selected mode is in effect until it is manually changed again. Selecting another channel or cycling power does not reselect a default condition. When this function is used on a digital channel, talk group detect is disabled, so calls to all groups are heard. However, the correct NAC is still detected, so calls with another NAC are not heard (see page 19). Selective Squelch Code Select A different CTCSS/DCS/NAC squelch code can be temporarily selected if the Squelch Code option key or menu parameter and a CTCSS/NAC code list have been programmed. This feature allows the normal transmit and receive Call Guard programming to be temporarily overridden with a code selected from this list. This code list is programmed with up to sixteen CTCSS and DCS codes for use on analog channels plus up to sixteen NAC codes for use on digital (Project 25) channels. When a selective squelch (Call Guard) code is changed as describe below, it remains selected even if other channels are selected. However, if transceiver power is cycled or a talk-around channel is selected, the normal codes are reselected. When scanning, the selected code also applies to all scanned channels. If both analog and digital channels can be selected or scanned, the CTCSS/DCS code for the selected position is used for analog channels and the NAC code for the selected position is used for P25 channels. Proceed as follows to select a preprogrammed Call Guard code: 1. Press the Selective Squelch Code option key or select the Sqlch Code menu mode parameter. Then press the Up/Down switch to select the desired code. The display indicates SEL SQ xx where, xx is the selected code from To select the displayed code and return to the normal display, press the F2 (Select) key or the Selective Squelch key again. 3. To check which code is selected, press the Selective Squelch key once to display the current selection and then again to return to normal operation. 4. To return to the normal selective squelch codes, select DEFAULT in this mode. As previously described, the normal codes are also automatically reselected whenever transceiver power is cycled or a talk-around channel is selected. Penalty Timer A penalty timer may be programmed on conventional systems to prevent transmissions for the programmed time after the time-out timer disables the transmitter (see page 12). The penalty timer can be programmed for the same times as the time-out timer, and timing starts when the PTT switch is released. If the PTT switch is pressed during the penalty time, the time-out indication occurs again and the transmitter 17
18 CONVENTIONAL MODE FEATURES does not key. When the penalty timer expires, a beep sounds and the transmitter can be keyed. Conversation Timer A conversation timer can be programmed on conventional systems in addition to the time-out timer described on page 12. This timer limits the total length of a conversation rather than just the length of each transmission as with the time-out timer. More information on this timer follows: It can be programmed for times up to 7.5 minutes. It is reset when the time between transmissions exceeds the time programmed for the penalty timer just described. A warning beep sounds 5 seconds before this timer disables the transmitter. When this timer disables the transmitter, a continuous tone sounds and the red transmit indicator turns off. The PTT switch must then be released until the penalty timer expires (indicated by a beep). Repeater Talk-Around Normally, all transmissions go through a repeater which usually increases range. However, there may be times when you are out of range of the repeater and therefore unable to talk to anyone even though the mobile being called is only a short distance away. To allow communication in this situation, repeater talkaround can be selected. Transmissions then occur on the receive frequency which permits direct mobile-tomobile communication. Repeater talk-around can be selected if the RTA option key or menu parameter is programmed. When talk-around is enabled by this key, is displayed. This feature remains enabled during scanning, and the selected mode does not change when another channel is selected or power is cycled. Talk-around is available on conventional channels only. Displaying Transmit and Receive Frequency If the Displayed Information option key or menu parameter is programmed, it can be used to display the channel frequency in megahertz. Pressing this key toggles between displaying the standard channel alias and the channel frequency. The receive frequency is displayed when receiving and the transmit frequency is displayed when transmitting. This feature is available on conventional channels only. Emergency Mode The Emergency option key or menu parameter can be programmed to alert a dispatcher or someone else of an emergency condition. It is available on conventional digital (Project 25) and/or SMARTNET/ SmartZone channels, but not conventional analog channels. If you have this function, consult your system operator for more information on how it is used in your application. Conventional Mode Scanning Channel scanning features common to all operating modes are described starting on page 13. When the transmitter is keyed with scanning enabled, the transceiver can be programmed so that transmission always occurs on one of the following channels: Selected channel Priority channel (see following) Channel of the call if a response is made before scanning resumes. Priority Channel Sampling General The priority channel sampling feature ensures that messages on the priority channel are not missed while listening to a message on some other channel. The transceiver can be programmed so that the priority channel is a fixed channel programmed in the current scan list, the currently selected channel, or not used. When scanning and the selected channel is a fixed priority channel, is indicated in the display. Priority channel sampling occurs only with standard conventional scanning. It does not occur with radio-wide scanning, when listening to any type of SMARTNET/SmartZone call, or when transmitting. A series of ticks may be heard when the priority channel is sampled while listening to a message on some other conventional channel. 18
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