Transmitting Net Calls
Before starting, select the net you want to use as explained on page 24. However,
when MultiNet is enabled, you will be prompted for a net number as soon as you
start a call.
To transmit a net call:
The radio displays the last called address.
If you see the net you want, skip directly to Step 5
below, otherwise continue as explained below.
2. Select the NET option as explained on page 32.
The radio now starts the link set up process. During this process, you will see
TO alternating with the number of the channel on which the set up request is
When a net call is transmitted, each member in the
net responds to the call and the initiator of the call
receives an indication of the response on the display.
6. After links have been established, you can start
7. To end the call, press ESC.
You can program nets using the front panel, or the RSS.
The radio must be programmed as a MASTER radio in the
net (an ALE Programming option) in order to be able to
transmit net calls.
(F2) if you want to attach a message to the call.
(F3) if you want to initiate the call on a specific channel.
While the radio is initializing the link, you can press
to abort the entire process.
to initiate the call.
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