MICOM-2ES/2RS/2TS ALE Supplement to Owner's Guide
Using the Caller Stack
The caller stack stores information about unanswered calls. The stack entry contains
the self-address of the calling station, and any message sent by the calling station
when it sent the call set up request. The stack can contain up to 10 calls.
The radio records an address in the stack only once, even if the same caller made
several unanswered calls. However, if the same caller sent calls with different
messages, all such calls will be saved in the stack.
If you see the word
never viewed before.
The stack is arranged in FIFO order, that is, the first address that enters the stack is
also the first that you see on the display.
To view the calls in the stack:
The radio displays information on the total number of calls in the stack, and
information on the first call. If the number of characters exceeds the available
2. Use the
To return a call to a station registered in the stack:
3. Use the
the currently used net.
next to the F3 key, the stack includes at least one call you
(F4) to activate the view mode.
keys to view any additional calls in the stack.
to display the Menu screen.
keys to scroll to the required call.
(F2) if you want to attach a message when you reply to the
(F3) if you want the call to be initiated on a specific channel in
(F3) key is displayed only if the radio is in the ALE
After initiating a call to a station, its page in the stack is
automatically deleted, together with all other calls from the same
to initiate the call.