To remove an address from the stack:
The radio automatically removes an address from the stack in the following
When the operator calls a station registered in the caller stack, all stack
calls containing that address are erased from the stack, regardless of
whether the call was returned from within the stack or during an
The stack can contain up to ten addresses. When the stack is full and a
new address comes in, the new address replaces the oldest address in the
In addition, you can manually remove an address from the stack as follows:
2. Use the
When you are in the link state, your radio can communicate with at least one other
To disconnect an incoming call:
the radio to the mode used before the link was
When you disconnect a link, you can instruct the other station(s) to return to the
working mode they were in before they entered the link state. This feature is called
Home Acknowledge, and can be programmed. If Home Acknowledge is enabled:
In an individual link, each of the stations in the link can transmit the Home
Acknowledgement to instruct the other stations to disconnect the link.
In a net/AnyCall link, the Home Acknowledgement can only be transmitted by
the radio which initiated the call.
keys to scroll to the required call.
(F1) to confirm or,
key. This disconnects the link and returns
(F2) to cancel the deletion.
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