As you scroll through the directory, you will
see DIR for stations that can be added, and
ADDED for those already added. If the station
you want to add to the group is not in the
!" Enter the new station using the keypad. If
!" When ready, press
Now you can add it to the group by pressing
An AnyCall is a general broadcast which your radio uses to simultaneously establish
links with other stations. An AnyCall can also include a message.
AnyCall is somewhat similar to AllCall, except that it requests responses from the
other stations and therefore it can be used to detect new stations. Another difference
is that you can also select the channel on which the AnyCall will be transmitted
(alternatively, you can let the radio select automatically the channel).
You can send three types of AnyCalls (see also description of addressing modes on
pages 6 to 11):
General: the address sent by your radio is @@?. This is a simultaneous call
addressed to all the stations.
Selective: you specify the last character of the address. This is a simultaneous
call addressed only to the stations whose names (addresses) end with a character
you make a mistake, scroll to the desired
(F4)) the whole entry and start
new station in the directory.
If so required, you can set your radio so that it cannot send
When radios in other nets have their MultiNet feature enabled,
AnyCalls may also reach these radios. See details on page 11.
(F1) to store the
New ALE Features