Radio Service Software User's Guide Software Part Number: RVN4002K © 1993, 1992, 1991, 1990 by Motorola, Inc., Radio Products Group 8000 W. Sunrise Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33322 Printed in U.S.A. 9/93. All Rights Reserved. RSS Technical Support • 708-576-0246...
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10. Secure Deviation Offset...27 11. Microphone Gain ...29 , Motorola, SABER, SABER IE, Private-Line, Digital Private-Line, Quik-Call, Quik-Call II, MDC-600, MDC-1200, Stat-Alert, and Handie-Talkie are trademarks of Motorola, Inc. IBM PC/XT/AT and Personal System 2 are registered trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation.
C. Align Channel Parameters ...30 1. Squelch...31 2. VCO and Reference Modulation Alignment ...32 3. Battery Save Enable ...33 D. Align Scan Controls...33 1. Scan Monitor Hold Time...34 2. Scan Receive Response Time ...35 3. Scan Transmit Response Time ...35 4.
Autodial Setup Screen ...60 Manual Telephone Interconnect Screen ...61 Create/Modify Scan Lists Screen...62 Create/Modify Selectable PL Codes ...64 Print Menu...65 TABLE TITLE Motorola System ...85 General Electric System ...86 Plectron System...87 Federal System...88 LIST OF FIGURES LIST OF TABLES PAGE...
Digital Voice Protection. EEPROM: Electrically Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory. EPROM: Electrically Programmable Read Only Memory. LED: Light Emitting Diode. MDC: Motorola Digital Communications: Personal Computer. Private Line. PTT: Push To Talk. RAM: Random Access Memory. RAT: Repeater Access Tone.
About This Guide The SABER portable radio contains a new generation of advanced integrated circuits with all rf and signalling parameters controlled by the radio's microprocessor. This Radio Service Software package is required to perform all alignment adjustments on the radio. The SABER radio does not contain any internal adjustable components (i.e.
Problems requiring additional analysis will be referred to the appropriate Area FTR (Field Technical Representative) group for investigation. Radio Service Software problems will be handled by the Area FTR manager within standard MOTOROLA C&E procedures for the resolution of technical product problems.
II. GETTING STARTED A. How This Manual Is Organized This section called GETTING STARTED, describes how to hook up the radio to your computer and how to install the software. The operation of the software is described, including how to read the screens, the keyboard commands, and how the screens are organized.
HELP SERVICE GET/SAVE/PROGRAM Main Cursor Pos.Help Key Def's Align Scan Align Radio Monitor DTMF Dial Delay Hold Time DTMF Tone On RX Resp. DTMF Tone Off Time Audio Proc. TX Resp. Secure Deviation Time Battery Save Squelch Priority Oscillator Warp Squelch Sidetone Volume Low-Battery...
The Screen Identification Area is the upper left area of the screen display and is sub-divided into four sections as follows: • The first line displays MOTOROLA Radio Service Software. • The second line displays the SABER radio name and the model number.
The Screen Message Display Area is in the upper right area of the screen and is further divided into two sections as follows: • Instruction Messages : This message informs you of the next course of action or provides the range of acceptable values for the current data entry field. •...
• GET/SAVE/PROGRAM Codeplug Data From/To Disk/Codeplug • CHANGE/CREATE/VIEW Radio Codeplug Data • PRINT Codeplug Data • SETUP Computer Configuration MOTOROLA Radio Service Software SABER Model: Ver. R05.00.00 R07.01.00 Main F1 - HELP F2 - SERVICE: alignment, service aids, board replacement...
After making a selection via the function keys, you will be directed to similar sub-menus and/or data entry screens. From any point in the program, you may always return to the MAIN Menu by pressing the ESC (Escape) key. Each programmer function is described briefly in the remainder of this section. The HELP function gives specific information regarding the current menu or highlighted data field.
III. HARDWARE INSTALLATION A. Host Computer And Options Required The following section provides the hardware and software requirements needed to run the SABER Radio Service Software . Computer: IBM PC or CONVERTIBLE IBM-XT IBM-XT/286 IBM-AT IBM-PS/2: Models 25, 30, 50, 60, 70, or 80 Memory Required: At least 640k bytes of RAM.
B. Optional Hardware Requirements Additional hardware will be required if it is necessary to read, program, or align a SABER radio. The following section provides a list of required hardware. Only one of the two cables is required. Choose the appropriate one for your machine. Computer Interface Cable ( 25-pin connector cable ): Computer Interface Cable ( 9-pin connector cable ): Radio Interface Box ( RIB ):...
1. Shut off your computer system before connecting anything to it. 2. Connect one end of the RS-232 cable to the IBM PC (the cable is marked to show you which end plugs into the computer). Connect the other end of the cable into the RIB. 3.
IV. SOFTWARE INSTALLATION A. How To Install The Software The Radio Service Software is shipped to you on either two 5 1/4" floppy disks (labeled PROGRAM DISK 1 and PROGRAM DISK 2) or one 3 1/2" disk (labeled PROGRAM DISK 1). The software has been designed to give optimum performance while running on a hard disk, but may be used on a machine with dual-floppy drives.
Hard Disk Installation Procedure If you are using a hard drive system, use the installation program on Diskette 1 to install the RSS properly on your hard disk. To run the install program, set the current disk drive to a floppy drive and insert Diskette 1.
After typing in SABER, the first screen that will come up on your computer is shown below: Version: R07.01.00 Kit: RVN4002K COPYRIGHT © MOTOROLA INC. 1988-1993 All Rights Reserved. Now continue to Section IV-B to complete the configuration procedure. Software Installation MOTOROLA INC. RADIO SERVICE SOFTWARE...
The SERVICE SOFTWARE CONFIGURATION Menu has several system options that need to be setup in your configuration file. This procedure only needs to be setup once when installing the system. Each function key is explained below in order to configure your computer completely. MOTOROLA Radio Service Software SABER Model: Ver.
For a floppy disk system, you must enter disk drive B: if you have SABER.EXE in drive A and MOTOROLA.LBR in drive B. 2. Next, you must enter the Archive Path which is the path name of the archive disk where all archive files will be kept.
Follow the steps below to configure your screen for the various color options. Press the F7 function key to access the SCREEN COLOR CONFIGURATION screen as shown in Figure 7, to enable the color display option and configure your screen colors. MOTOROLA Radio Service Software SABER Model: Ver.
In order to configure your screen coloring, first set the monitor type: COLOR or B & W (black and white). Use the UP/DOWN arrow keys to toggle between the two options of either color or black and white. Press ENTER to move to the next selection. If you wish to skip any selections continue to press the ENTER key until you find the selection you want to modify.
Help is available from the MAIN menu and any sub-menu with the F1 function key. The HELP function gives specific help regarding the current menu or highlighted data field. The help menu screen provides you with three types of help: F1 - From the HELP function, general information is available by pressing this function key.
VI. SERVICING THE RADIO All radio alignment procedures are accessed from the SERVICE menu. A radio must be connected to your computer via a RIB and cables, and the radio turned ON before you will be permitted to access the SERVICE screens. Refer to the SABER SERVICE AIDS list in Appendix- 7 for all the service aids, service tools, and recommended test equipment that you may require to program, align, and test SABER radios.
Sections VI-B, VI-C, and VI-D explain in detail the function and procedure for aligning the radio, channels, and scan controls. MOTOROLA Radio Service Software SABER Model: Ver.
Note that on certain alignment procedures, the last step states "Reprogram radio." This means that after all alignment is completely finished, you must reprogram the radio. You do not have to reprogram the radio after each parameter is aligned. MOTOROLA Radio Service Software SABER Model Ver.
Each parameter can be adjusted one of three ways: The UP arrow key will increase the parameter value. The DOWN arrow key will decrease the parameter value. The PGUP key will increase the parameter with a rate increase of 10% present value. The PGDN key will decrease the rate of decrease by 10 % present value.
2. Power Level Four different power levels can be adjusted in the SABER radio - the low, medium, high, and special power levels. (Each channel in the radio can have unique power level assignments made on the Radio Channel Information screen described in Section VIII-C. ) Note that the standard low and high power settings for UHF are 2.0W to 5.0W respectively, and for VHF the power settings are 2.5W to 6.0W respectively.
Low Battery Threshold Low Battery Threshold determines at what voltage level the LED will blink to indicate that the battery voltage has fallen below the preprogrammed value in transmit mode. On the display of your radio, you will see a battery flashing symbol. When aligning Low Battery Threshold, you will not be able to test the voltage level until you reprogram the radio first.
Other values for the Battery Save Squelch level may be selected with the RSS. The squelch values can range from $00 to $0F where $00 is the minimum squelch setting. (d) To ensure the radio is in the battery save Mode, wait until the radio unmutes at carrier and wait the proper dwell time before injecting a signal at the specific level for testing.
DTMF Dial Delay This parameter controls the DTMF pretime. Its value ranges from $00 to $FF in steps of 1. To see the effect of the change, the radio must first be reprogrammed. (a) Follow the setup procedure in Section VI-A, Fig. 8. (b) Determine the dial delay desired and use the UP/DOWN or PGUP/PGDN arrow keys to increase/decrease this delay.
(b) Before proceeding, you must have previously aligned the VCO and Reference Modulation. If you have not done this yet, press ESC to return to the SERVICE menu, then follow the instructions in the section "Align Channel." Upon returning to the SERVICE menu, reselect "Align Radio"...
11. MICROPHONE GAIN This parameter is used when sending out the voice signal. There are 4 different values from which you can choose : -3 dB, 0 dB (default), +3 dB, and +6 dB. The radio has to be reprogrammed to see the effect of the change. This will only work on radios with the H852, 6D master option enabled or the H549, 8D master option enabled.
Figure 11. At the bottom of the screen the current zone/channel combination being aligned will be displayed. Merely select the next zone/channel on the radio to be aligned and the screen will update the display. MOTOROLA Radio Service Software SABER Model Ver.
Print screen - This function key will print out everything shown on the screen. Copy all To all - This function key will copy EVERY alignment parameter in the current channel to all the channels in the radio regardless of zone. The lower portion of the screen contains some additional information that will be helpful in the alignment process.
2. VCO and Reference Modulation Alignment When adjusting deviation, two separate adjustments are required - one for VCO modulation and the other for REFERENCE modulation. When aligning VCO and Reference Modulation, you can measure the deviation during the alignment process or in "real time." You do not have to reprogram the radio to measure the change.
"Reprogram radio," this means AFTER all aligning is completely finished you must reprogram the radio. You do not have to reprogram the radio after each parameter is aligned. MOTOROLA Radio Service Software SABER Model Ver.
The only function key here that needs to be explained is PRINT SCREEN (F5) which will print out a hard copy of the screen shown. Each parameter can be adjusted one of three ways: The UP arrow key will increase the parameter value. The DOWN arrow key will decrease the parameter value.
Scan Receive Response Time After a message is received while scanning, a programmable time interval (0 to 60 seconds in 1 second steps) will be in effect called the Receive Response Time. Within this time, the radio will not resume scan but will continue to monitor the mode of the last received message due to the likelihood of receiving (or wanting to transmit) a response.
4. Scan Priority Squelch This value corresponds roughly to the squelch values which are 'aligned' using the align channel window of the Radio Service Software. The priority squelch level is used when checking priority channels while the radio is unmuted on an active channel. Sensitivity to priority channels in the unmuted state is affected by this value.
This chapter deals with all reading and writing to the radio, and loading and saving to disk. After you have selected the Get/Save/Program Codeplug data From/To Disk/Codeplug, or the F3 function key from the MAIN menu, the system will bring up the screen shown in Figure 13. MOTOROLA Radio Service Software SABER Model: Ver.
As the system is building the RPF, several messages will appear on the screen showing the process of the "build." Shown below in Figure 14 is a sample screen of READ radio. MOTOROLA Radio Service Software SABER Model: Ver.
B. The WRITE function The WRITE function is used to program the radio, using the current radio personality data. The radio personality data may have come from disk, been read from the radio, or been created using the RSS. Before programming can begin, the radio must first be connected through a radio interface box (RIB) to the IBM PC, and turned on.
If the display still shows an "ERR X YZ" message after programming is complete, try reprogramming the radio. If the error condition persists, contact your Motorola service representative, or see Appendix-1 for a description of the error code.
Next, you will align the radio using the functions provided in the "SERVICE/ALIGNMENT" menus. While you are aligning the radio, the alignment values are stored in the RPF. Finally, when you have finished the alignment, you will again write to the radio. When prompted to select F2 or F6, you will again select F2.
C. The LOAD/SAVE/DELETE functions The LOAD/SAVE functions are used to transfer codeplug data from an archive file into your computer's memory in order for you to Modify, View, or Print it. The DELETE function allows you to remove any codeplug data from the computer's memory. (Refer to Figure 13.) Function Key Descriptions: Load Radio Personality from Disk - The LOAD function is used to retrieve an archived file from a diskette or hard disk to the computer.
MOTOROLA Radio Service Software Use UP / DWN arrow keys to select. SABER Model Ver. R05.00.00 R07.01.00 Main.Get/Save/Prog.Load/Save Save Radio Personality to PC Database NO ELEMENTS Archive Path: C: \RSS\SABER\DATA File Name: ______________ HELP SAVE EXIT FILE Figure 17. Save RPF Display...
RPF. The following sections provides a detailed explanation of each function key. MOTOROLA Radio Service Software SABER Model: Ver. R07.00.00 R07.01.00...
F2: VIEW Radio Personality By selecting the VIEW function, the program brings up the screen shown below. This screen displays important information about the Radio Personality currently loaded in the RSS. MOTOROLA Radio Service Software SABER Model: H44QXJ7139CN Ver. R07.00.00 R07.01.00...
The parameters on the right will change according to the selection made on the three user selections. Figure 20 displays an example of the CREATE RPF screen: MOTOROLA Radio Service Software SABER Model: Ver.
The Model Number field selects the specific model. The legend at the right of the screen will change as you scroll through the model types and display the major characteristics of each model. As with the Model Category, the selection made in this field will affect the following field for Frequency Range.
Radio Feature Option screens. Figure 21 provides an example of a Radio Feature Options screen for a SABER II Secure radio, where screens for SABER II and III will vary according to the created RPF . MOTOROLA Radio Service Software SABER Model: Ver.
The basic keyboard functions can be used on this screen, see Section VIII-F. In order to select/deselect an option use the F2 function key which acts as a toggle key. The table below provides a list of options available for the different SABER models. See Appendix-5 for detailed descriptions on each available option.
H852 6D Master Option Zero Audio Enable Quik- Call II H701- Individual Call H702- 4 Tone Group Call H703- Long Tone B Group Call H167- Timed Auto Reset H188 -Carrier Override Auto Reset Singletones - General (PTT/RATs) H707- 1 Tone Singletone Via PTT Button H742- Up to 2 Tone Singletone via RAT Buttons Singletone Non-Std.
MOTOROLA Radio Service Software SABER Model Ver. R05.00.00 R07.01.00 Main.Create/Modify.Options Main.Create/Modify.Options Enter 1..5 to Select System (Default 1- Motorola) HELP Figure 22. Quik- Call II System Selection Screen QUIK CALL SYSTEM SELECTION 1. Motorola 2. General Electric 3. Plectron 4. Federal 5.
MOTOROLA Radio Service Software SABER Model Ver. R05.00.00 R07.01.00 Main.Create/Modify.Options Tone A Tone B HELP Figure 23. Quik- Call II H701 Parameters Screen MOTOROLA Radio Service Software SABER Model Ver. R05.00.00 R07.01.00 Main.Create/Modify.Options Main.Create/Modify.Options Tone A Tone B HELP Figure 24. Quik- Call II H702 Parameters Screen Change/Create/View Radio Personality Use Up / Down Arrows to Select Entry.
MOTOROLA Radio Service Software SABER Model Ver. R05.00.00 R07.01.00 Main.Create/Modify.Options Main.Create/Modify.Options ** INDIVIDUAL ** Frequency Tone A 1357.7 Tone B 746.6 HELP Figure 25. Quik- Call II H703 Parameters Screen MOTOROLA Radio Service Software SABER Model Ver. R05.00.00 R07.01.00 Main.Create / Modify.Options...
To Create or Modify any Channel Information, return to the CREATE menu using F10 and access the Channel Information menu (F5). Recall that selecting these options does NOT program the radio; return to the MAIN menu and use the Read/Write function. C.
All keyboard commands can be found in Section II-D. with specific keyboard functions explained below: UP/DN arrow keys will scroll through each channel. PGUP/PGDN keys will scroll through each zone. RIGHT/LEFT arrow keys will move cursor within an entry. CTRL END will clear to end of the field. Valid entries for Transmit/Receive frequencies (TX/RX FREQ), Power Level, Transmit/Receive PL codes (TX/RX PL),and Scan list are listed below: Data Field Allowed Entries...
Quik-Call II Repeater Index RAT1 Function RAT2 Function PTT Function Pre/Deemphasis MDC Decode Emergency PTT DOS Muting Change/Create/View Radio Personality Valid Entries are 'Y' and 'N'.This field will be displayed if H701/H702/H703 is selected. RX PL and Quik-Call II are incompatible on a channel.
Tx Inhibit Press F10 to exit this function or ESC to go back to the MAIN menu. Each function key is described below. Function Key Descriptions: F2 Enter Channel - This function moves the cursor to the field label "Channel." If you have channel display names, you may enter them here.
Wide View - This function allows you to view all channels previously defined. By pressing F4, another screen display will come up listing all zones/channels with their attributes or channel information. See Figure 28 for the Wide View screen. MOTOROLA Radio Service Software SABER Model Ver.
The list of all possible data displayed on the channel information includes: Time Out Timer MDC ID Enabled Emergency Revert Channel Channel Strapped CLEAR Channel Strapped CODED Secure Range Extension Enabled Assigned Scan List (if any) ( 2 Characters long ) Quik-Call II Flat Audio Enabled MDC Decode ENABLED...
See Figure 29 for the screen that will come up for Auto Dial. For some Radio models, Access and Hangup codes must be entered on the Manual Telephone Interconnect screen. In those cases, the Access and Hangup prompts will be absent from this screen. MOTOROLA Radio Service Software SABER Model: Ver.
Hangup Code using the ENTER key to move between the selections. Both Codes have a possible eight character field. The only Function Key Description for this menu is the PRINT function (F5), which makes a hard copy of the Manual Interconnect Access and Hangup screen. MOTOROLA Radio Service Software SABER Model: R07.01.00 Ver.
Use the ENTER key to move between entries and the UP/DN arrow keys to select which scan list you wish to modify. After defining all non-priority channels, press ENTER and define your priority channels if applicable. MOTOROLA Radio Service Software SABER Model: Ver. R05.00.00 R07.01.00...
While scanning, all non-priority channels have equal status. That is, once activity is detected on a non-priority channel, the scanning of other non-priority channels is stopped until carrier is dropped. The radio will continue to scan priority one and priority two however. If activity is detected on either of the priority channels, the radio will drop the non-priority channel and begin monitoring the priority channel.
The programmer will also list all entries to date. Use the UP/DOWN arrow keys to scroll through the CURRENT ENTRY NUMBER list to modify a particular PL Code entry. Use the ENTER key to move from one entry to the next. MOTOROLA Radio Service Software SABER Model Ver.
Figure 33 displays the screen that comes up if you choose the Print Radio Personality function from the MAIN menu. MOTOROLA Radio Service Software SABER Model: Ver.
Function Key Descriptions: Print Channel Information Form - This function creates a hard copy of the information entered in the Channel Information Screen: channel name, zone name, TX / RX frequencies, TX / RX codes, emergency, etc... Print Auto Dial Form - This function key creates a hard copy of information entered in the Auto Dial Form providing information on phone number, person called, access and hangup codes, and which zone and channel each number corresponds to.
APPENDIX - 1. ERROR MESSAGES In the SABER display radio models, the radios will display error messages under two conditions. When the radio is turned on, and there exists an error condition in the radio, the radio will display an error message of the form ERR x yz for approximately 2 seconds before attempting to show the default display which is either the channel name or number (in a channel only radio) or the zone and channel names or numbers (in a zone radio).
04 - external EEPROM checksum error. This means that the data in the external EEPROM could be corrupted or the checksum value itself could be wrong. If several reprogramming attempts do not eliminate this error, then the external EEPROM must be replaced.
APPENDIX - 2. KEYBOARD COMMANDS All Radio Service Software keyboard commands are summarized in this section. The F1 HELP function also provides keyboard information. From any screen, you may view this list by pressing F1 (HELP) and then press F2 (KEYBOARD HELP). F2 - F8: F10: ESC:...
APPENDIX - 3. How To Format A Disk A disk must be prepared or initialized to a specific recording format before your computer's disk operating system (DOS) can read information from it or save information to it. This initialization process is called 'formatting.' You must format all new disks before using them with your computer.
APPENDIX - 4. SABER Models There are numerous versions of models for the SABER radio. The three basic models are the SABER I, SABER II, and SABER III. All radio models follow the generic model number listed below with each variable explained following. When the field 'a' = 'a' =...
APPENDIX - 5. Options List and Definitions H251 - 60 Second TOT This option will limit the transmitting period to 60 seconds. The radio will automatically stop transmitting when the timer goes off and will generate an alert tone to notify you that no transmission is taking place.
Failure to include this option when using an intrinsically safe battery is characterized by a premature indication of a low-battery condition. For SABER I radios (no display), this option is only required when option H906 (low battery LED) is selected. H958 - Unit ID - MDC 600 Selecting this option defines an MDC 600 ID to the radio, where 600 refers to a 600 baud rate.
H770 - Pretime Delay - 300ms Pretime delay is the period of time for which the radio waits before sending out MDC signalling data. Standard pretime delay is 500 ms. Selecting this option will give you a pretime delay of 300 ms.
H256 - Two Zone Operation Selecting this option will allow two zones on a SABER IE. Data for two zones can be entered in the channel information screen. This option is incompatible with option H560 (Talkaround). H346 - Zone Display Names By selecting this option you can customize zone menu names.
H273 - Operator Selectable Scan Selecting this option will allow you to enter or modify a unique scan list, using the keypad on the radio, without the aid of the RSS. You can select this option at the same time as option H344 (mode slaved scan).
Designated Transmit Mode This option will force you to transmit on a specific channel anytime the PTT is pressed while scanning regardless of what state the scanner is in. The designated transmit channel will be specified per scan list. If this option is selected along with floating priority, the floating priority channel will always be the designated transmit channel since this is always the channel of transmission.
H400 - Secure Voice Slaved to a Mode If a channel is strapped coded, the radio will transmit in accordance to its strapping. An invalid switch position tone will sound if the ERGO switch is placed in the Clear position. This option is incompatible with option H244 - Delete Clear Coded Transmit Switch.
Plectron system enter 3. The default is set to the Motorola system. You must select this option in order to select any of the Quik-Call II options. Even non-standard frequencies can be used, either independently, or along with any standard system.Transmit inhibit option (H365) is incompatible with the Quik- Call...
H702 - Two-Tone Group Call To select this option you must select the Quik-Call II option. This option can offer Individual call together with Two Tone Group call. When this option is selected the pop-up window will be displayed on the screen to get two different frequencies for individual call and two different frequencies for two-tone group call.
H707 - 1 Tone Singletone via PTT Button When selecting this option a pop-up window is displayed and you are asked to enter a frequency for single tone1. If H707 is enabled, RAT1 and RAT2 buttons are disabled and single tone1 is sent out through PTT on all channels.
Multiple Repeater Access Codes - MDC 600 Selecting this option allows you to treat the RAT switches as MDC (600) repeater access devices. The radio can have a maximum of 8 track-moded repeater IDs. Each of the RATs can be tied to a single tone or MDC.
Limited Patience Timer (Polite Emergency) When selecting this option, you will be prompted for a value between 1 and 255 seconds. In between Polite Emergency data pack transmissions, the radio will wait this length of time for the channel to become free. If this timer expires, the Emergency packet is sent out, whether or not the channel is free.
DOS Mute Timer DOS (Data Operated Squelch) is the radio's ability to mute the audio while examining the MDC data packet that precedes many transmissions. This eliminates the miscellaneous noise at the beginning of an incoming transmission that would otherwise be heard. When selecting this option, you will be prompted for a timer value between 100 and 1500 milliseconds, in 5 millisecond steps.
0426.6 0433.7 0441.6 0445.7 0457.1 0457.9 0470.5 0473.2 0483.5 0489.8 0496.8 0507.0 0510.5 0524.6 0524.8 0539.0 0543.3 0553.9 Table 1: Motorola System FREQUENCY CODE 0562.3 0569.1 0582.1 0584.8 0600.9 0602.6 0617.4 0623.7 0634.5 0645.7 0651.9 0668.3 0669.9 0688.3 0691.8 0707.3 0716.1...
Table 2: General Electric System FREQUENCY 457.5 472.5 487.5 502.5 517.5 532.5 547.5 562.5 577.5 592.5 607.5 622.5 637.5 652.5 667.5 682.5 697.5 712.5 727.5 742.5 757.5 772.5 787.5 802.5 817.5 Appendix - 6. Quik-Call II Frequencies and Codes CODE FREQUENCY 832.5 847.5...
Table 3: Plectron System FREQUENCY CODE 307.8 321.4 335.6 350.5 366.0 382.3 399.2 416.9 435.3 454.6 474.8 495.8 517.8 540.7 564.7 589.7 615.8 643.0 672.0 701.0 732.0 765.0 799.0 834.0 FREQUENCY 871.0 910.0 950.0 992.0 1036.0 1082.0 1130.0 1180.0 1232.0 1287.0 1344.0 1403.0...
Appendix - 6. Quik-Call II Frequencies and Codes Table 4: Federal System FREQUENCY CODE 643.0 692.0 749.0 810.0 877.0 949.0 1026.0 1110.0 1201.0 1299.0 1405.0 1520.0 1695.0 1780.0 1926.0 2084.0 2255.0 2440.0...
APPENDIX - 7. SQUELCH CODES AND THEIR CORRESPONDING FREQUENCIES (in Hz) 67.0 69.3 71.9 74.4 - 100.0 77.0 - 103.5 79.7 - 107.2 82.5 88.5 DIGITAL PRIVATE LINE (DPL) CODES PRIVATE LINE (PL) CODES 91.5 - 123.0 94.8 - 127.3 97.4 - 131.8 - 136.5...
This usually r e f e r s to a definable methodology which may or may not be proprietary to MOTOROLA. Serial Bus Signalling is typically used to interface a RIB to a radio for the purpose of altering a radio's codeplug or changing service parameters.
CURSOR: DATABASE: DATA ENTRY: DECREMENT: DEFAULTS: DEFAULT DRIVE: DE-KEY: DIRECTORY: DISK DRIVE: DISKETTE: DOS: DOS: DPL: DRIVE: DTMF: DVP: The flashing marker used to indicate the current position on the display screen. An organized file containing records on related data. Formatted display with highlighted fields for entering codeplug SCREEN: parameter (data).
EEPROM: ENTER: EPROM: ERROR: EXIT: FIELD: FILE: FIRMWARE: FUNCTION KEYS: HARD DISK: HARDWARE: HELP: INCREMENT: INVERSE VIDEO: Glossary An acronym for Electrically Eraseable Programmable Read Only Memory. EEPROM's are used for radio codeplugs as a permanent storage medium for radio alignment data and customer-specific parameters.
MEMORY: MENU: MENU DRIVEN: MODE: MODEM: MONITOR: OPERATING: PARAMETER: PATH: PERSONALITY: Electronic devices (RAM's) used by the computer for temporarily storing information that can be extracted when needed. The information is lost when the computer is turned off. The Radio Service Software requires a minimum of 512K bytes of available RAM (memory).
PORT: PROGRAM: PROGRAM TREE: PTT: Quik-Call II: RAM: RAT1: RAT2: READ: RIB: RPF: RS232: SAVE: SOFTWARE: Glossary An electrical connection on a computer used to communicate with other devices, such as a radio, modem, or a printer. 1) A set of computer instructions designed to have the computer perform a specific sequence of actions.
SYSTEM: SUB-DIRECTORY: TOT: TPL: TREE: A trunking term used to define a specific repeater site via an ID, and individual ID, the control channel frequencies, the connect tones, failsoft information, and a set of permitted features and options. A subdivision of a directory that contains a group of related f i l e s . Sub-directories are used to organize your disks, especially hard disks, and to facilitate good housekeeping.
INDEX Page About This Guide...1 Access and Hangup Codes, Manual Interconnect ...61 Access and Hangup Codes, Auto Dial ...60 Acronyms and Abbreviations ...iv Align Channel Menu (Fig. 11) ...30 Align Channel Parameters ...30 Align Radio Menu 1 (Fig. 10a)...22 Align Radio Menu 2 (Fig. 10b)...22 Align Radio Parameters ...22 Align Scan Controls ...33 Align Scan Menu (Fig.
Page Error Messages (Appendix 1)...67 Extraction of Radio Alignment Data (Fig. 16) ...41 Federal System (Table 4) ...88 Foreword... Inside Front Cover Format Scan Lists ...62 Format Selectable PL ...64 Frequencies and Codes, Quik-Call II (Appendix 6) ...83 Functions Performed ...1 General Electric System (Table 2) ...84 Get/Save/Program Menu (Fig.
Manual Telephone Interconnect Screen (Fig. 30) ...61 Messages, Error (Appendix 1)...67 Microphone Gain ...29 Models, SABER (Appendix 4) ...71 Motorola System (Table 1) ...83 Multiple Repeater Access Codes Screen (Fig. 26) ...53 Optional Hardware Requirements ...10 Options List and Definitions (Appendix 5) ...72 Options, Radio Feature ...48...
Software Installation ...12 Squelch ...31 System, Federal (Table 4) ...88 System, General Electric (Table 2) ...84 System, Motorola (Table 1) ...83 System, Plectron (Table 3) ...87 Test Setup for Alignment Procedure (Fig. 8) ...20 VCO and Reference Modulation Alignment ...32 View Radio Information (Fig.