MICOM-2ES/2RS/2TS ALE Supplement to Owner's Guide
Receiving an AnyCall:
When an AnyCall is received, the display flashes an
AllCall alert that alternates ANYCALL with the calling
Receiving a sounding call:
When the radio is in the ALE mode and it receives a
sounding call from another station, the calling station
name appears in the display, preceded by the letter S to
identify that the call is a sounding call.
Within a few seconds, the radio automatically returns to
the mode used before the call was received.
Receiving a bidirectional handshake call:
When the radio receives a bidirectional handshake call from another station, your
radio responds automatically, without your intervention. Within a few seconds,
the radio automatically returns to the mode used before the call was received.
If the bidirectional handshake includes a message, the calling station name and
the received message are stored in the stack, and the
To answer an incoming call:
Press any key (including PTT, but not ESC) to accept
the call. The calling station name stops blinking, and is
displayed steadily. The alert tone is no longer heard. The
radio is now in the link state with the calling station.
You can program your radio to ignore incoming AnyCalls. If the
radio is set to ignore incoming AnyCalls, it stops scanning when
an AnyCall is received but it does not display, nor lets you hear
the call. At the end of the AnyCall, the radio automatically returns
to the scanning mode.
When an AllCall is received, no link is actually established but
you can hear the calling station.
(F3) function key