DO NOT operate radio whilst driving. It should also be noted that the use of a hand-held microphone while driving could constitute an offence under Road Trafﬁc Regulations. Contents/Safety Information GM950 User Guide operate radio near English...
Congratulations on choosing the GM950, an excellent mobile radio. Motorola’s stringent quality procedures guarantee the high standard of Motorola products. Your radio has left our factory only after extensive tests. This user guide describes the way a standard radio works. Since standard operation may be changed by programming, the way your radio operates may differ slightly from what is described here.
If the error tone sounds, please contact the person in charge of your radio system or your local Motorola dealer. To switch the radio off, press and hold the ON/OFF switch for 2 seconds, then release.
Channel Selection The GM950 is a highly ﬂexible mobile radio and can be conﬁgured in many ways to best match your speciﬁc operational requirements. The following information describes typical operation. Please contact the person in charge of your radio system or your local Motorola representative for further information.
’call back’ to this number if your radio is programmed with the Call Back feature. Please contact the person in charge of your radio system or your local Motorola representative for further information. Channel with Selective Call Functions English...
Call Forward - This feature allows you to pass on calls automatically to another radio, which may be your portable radio when you are away from your vehicle. Monitor - One option button (usually 5) may be programmed as Monitor.
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