Mobile Release 10.6
MTM5400
FEATURE USER GUIDE
March 2012
*68015000180*
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68015000180-E
© 2012 Motorola Solutions, Inc. All rights reserved.

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    Mobile Release 10.6 MTM5400 FEATURE USER GUIDE March 2012 *68015000180* 68015000180-E © 2012 Motorola Solutions, Inc. All rights reserved.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents 1 General Information ........................... 1-1 1.1 Safety Information ..........................1-1 1.2 Copyrights............................1-1 1.3 Icon Conventions..........................1-2 2 Getting Started ............................2-1 2.1 Using this Guide..........................2-1 2.2 Product Specific Information....................... 2-2 2.3 Controls and Indicators ........................2-3 2.4 Display ............................2-5 2.5 Status Icons .............................

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    Feature User Guide 3.4 Direct Mode Operation ........................3-6 3.4.1 Entering DMO Mode ....................... 3-7 3.4.2 Selecting a Talkgroup ....................... 3-7 3.4.3 Making a Group Call........................ 3-7 3.4.4 Receiving a Group Call in Idle ....................3-8 3.4.5 Private Call ..........................3-8 3.4.6 Private Call With Presence Check ....................

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    5.4.2.7 Making a Group Call on a Talkgroup of the Message Originator ..........5-10 5.4.2.8 Immediate Message......................5-10 5.4.3 Outbox ..........................5-11 5.4.4 CO Box ..........................5-11 5.4.5 WAP Box..........................5-11 5.4.6 Templates..........................5-11 5.4.6.1 Sending a User-Defined Template ..................5-11 5.4.6.2 Setting User-Defined Templates ..................

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    Feature User Guide 5.7.6.2 Setting Keypad Tone ....................... 5-26 5.7.6.3 All Tones ........................5-26 5.7.6.4 Setting All Tones ......................5-27 5.7.6.5 Talk Permit ........................5-27 5.7.6.6 Setting Talk Permit......................5-27 5.7.6.7 Clear to Send ......................... 5-27 5.7.6.8 Setting Clear to Send ....................... 5-27 5.7.6.9 Periodic Alert.........................

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    5.13 Networks............................. 5-44 5.13.1 Selecting Your Network ......................5-45 5.13.2 Using the Select Net Registration .................... 5-45 5.13.3 Using the Foreign Network Registration................... 5-45 5.13.4 Using Any Network ......................5-45 5.13.5 Using the Migrate To Registration................... 5-46 5.13.6 Selecting Network Operation Mode..................5-46 5.14 Location............................

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    Feature User Guide 7.9 Short Number Dial..........................7-5 7.10 Dual Control Head .......................... 7-6 7.10.1 Master Single Control Head Mode .................... 7-6 7.10.2 Slave Standalone Mode ......................7-6 7.10.3 Dual Control Head Link ......................7-6 7.10.4 Dual Control Head Keys Interactions ..................7-6 7.10.5 Dual Control Head Voice......................

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    List of Figures Figure 3-1 Trunked Mode Operation ......................3-2 Figure 3-2 Direct Mode Operation....................... 3-7 Figure 3-3 Repeater Mode Operation ......................3-16 Figure 3-4 Gateway Mode Operation ......................3-17...

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    List of Tables Table 2-1 Special Notations ........................2-1 Table 2-2 Product Specific Information ....................... 2-2 Table 2-3 Controls and Indicators....................... 2-4 Table 2-4 Display ........................... 2-5 Table 2-5 Colors of the SOFT Keys......................2-6 Table 2-6 Status Icons..........................2-6 Table 2-7 Text Entry Screen Icons......................

  • Page 13: General Information

    Accordingly, any copyrighted Motorola computer programs contained in the Motorola products described in this document may not be copied or reproduced in any manner without the express written permission of Motorola. © 2012 Motorola Solutions, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

  • Page 14: Icon Conventions

    Open Source Software (OSS) Legal Notices For details on OSS Legal Notices visit Motorola Online (emeaonline.motorola.com) or browse the CPS Plus disc. 1.3 Icon Conventions The document's "set" is designed to give the reader more visual clues. The following graphic icons are used throughout the documentation set.

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    There is no warning level associated with a note. SUGGESTION implies a recommendation or tip from Motorola that does not require to be followed, but might be helpful. There is no warning level associated with SUGGESTION.

  • Page 17: Getting Started

    Getting Started Topics Covered in this Chapter • Using this Guide • Product Specific Information • Controls and Indicators • Display • Status Icons • Powering On the Radio • Unlocking Your Radio • Locking/Unlocking the Keys/Buttons • Entering TMO / DMO Mode •...

  • Page 18: Product Specific Information

    Feature User Guide 2.2 Product Specific Information Table 2-2 Product Specific Information Description Value Max. RF Power 10 Watts Max. Speaker Load 10 Watts at 4 Ohms Antenna Impedance 50 Ohms -30 °C to +60 °C Ambient Temperature Range If the radio is in service, the surface temperature can rise up to 70 °C.

  • Page 19: Controls And Indicators

    2.3 Controls and Indicators 2.3 Controls and Indicators...

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    Feature User Guide Table 2-3 Controls and Indicators Annotation Description EMERGENCY button Press and hold EMERGENCY button to enter Emergency operation. By default, when your radio is off, press and hold to power on in Emergency Mode. ROTARY KNOB • Press and hold to turn your radio on. •...

  • Page 21: Display

    2.4 Display Table 2-3 Controls and Indicators (cont'd.) Annotation Description EXTERNAL ALARM key Press to activate One-Touch Button feature (activates/deactivates the horn and lights by default). SPEAKER CONTROL key Press to activate One-Touch Button feature (turns the speaker on/off by default). BACKLIGHT key Press to activate One-Touch Button feature (dims the backlight by default).

  • Page 22: Status Icons

    Feature User Guide The color of the SOFT keys informs you about the mode or state that your radio is in. Table 2-5 Colors of the SOFT Keys Color Mode or State Light blue Normal TMO and DMO Mode Light red Emergency Mode or Disaster Alert Call Olive Local Site Trunking Mode...

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    2.5 Status Icons Table 2-6 Status Icons (cont'd.) Icon Description Direct Mode Operation Signal Strength (DMO) — Indicates an incoming Direct Mode Group Call. Direct Mode — Displayed when the radio is in Direct Mode. Repeater Mode — Displayed when the radio is switched to work as a repeater in Repeater Mode.

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    Feature User Guide Table 2-6 Status Icons (cont'd.) Icon Description Battery Charging — Indicates that the battery is charging. Emergency — Appears while the radio is in Emergency Operation. Disaster Alert Call — Appears while the radio is in the Disaster Alert Call. List Scrolling —...

  • Page 25: Powering On The Radio

    2.6 Powering On the Radio Table 2-6 Status Icons (cont'd.) Icon Description Single Control Head — Indicates on Master Control Head that Slave Control Head is switched off. Link Error — Indicates on Master Control Head that Slave Control Head is unavailable as a result of error, not powered off.

  • Page 26: Unblocking Your Radio

    Feature User Guide PIN Protect Writing Text Changing PIN Code 2.7.1 Unblocking Your Radio Prerequisites: You blocked your radio by entering incorrect PIN code for three times (by default). Procedure Steps Radio displays Unit Blocked Enter PUK. Enter 8–digit PUK (Personal Unblocking Key) number. The PUK is an eight-digit master code provided by your service provider.

  • Page 27: Transmit Inhibit Mode

    2.10 Transmit Inhibit Mode Select Trunked Mode / Direct Mode. Networks Selecting Network Operation Mode 2.10 Transmit Inhibit Mode The Transmit Inhibit Mode is a mode in which the radio sends no radio transmissions. It is recommended to activate the mode in RF sensitive areas, for example hospitals, airplanes, where safety can be jeopardized due to transmission radiation.

  • Page 28: Using Timed Talkgroup Change

    Feature User Guide • Select Optns → TG by Folder. Select a folder and then a talkgroup name. • Press ROTARY KNOB and rotate it until the required talkgroup name is displayed. Press Select to confirm. If the ROTARY KNOB mode is set to Scroll, then you do not need to press it to enter scrolling mode.

  • Page 29: Writing Text

    2.14 Writing Text Select Select List and then a list name. Step result: Your radio displays list name Selected. Select Scanning → On. Result: Your radio is scanning on the predefined scan list. 2.14 Writing Text Every time that you see text entry screen, refer to this section. Unlocking Your Radio 2.14.1 Selecting Text Entry Mode Prerequisites: Your radio displays text entry screen.

  • Page 30: Text Entry Icons

    Feature User Guide Select one of the following: • TAP — Enter letters, numbers, and symbols by pressing an alphanumeric key one or more times. • iTAP — Let the radio predict each word as you press an alphanumeric key. You can use these methods in the languages programmed in the radio.

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    2.14.4 Keys Usage Table 2-8 Keys Usage Alphanumeric Mode (TAP/iTAP) Symbol Mode 0 to 9 keys Numeric Mode: • Press to enter digit at insertion point. • Press and hold any numeric key to enter TAP alphanumeric mode. • To exit TAP alphanumeric mode, press and hold any numeric key.

  • Page 32: Writing In Itap Alphanumeric

    Feature User Guide Table 2-9 Other Keys (cont'd.) Description Delete • Press once to delete the last entered character. • Press and hold to clear the entire main text area. Up NAVIGATION key • In TAP press to reject word completion and scroll up. •...

  • Page 33: Writing In Tap Alphanumeric

    2.14.6 Writing in TAP Alphanumeric Press 2 key and scroll the alternative row by pressing right NAVIGATION key to reach 2. Step result: It automatically changes the entry mode to Numeric. Press 3 and 2 keys. 10 Press and hold 1 key until 0 at the end changes to .. Step result: The alternative row highlights 232..

  • Page 34: Adding Words To The Dictionary

    Feature User Guide Enter the second part of the word. The first part remains unchanged (locked). The newly entered letters are highlighted and then locked while you scroll to the next word option. Press * key. The word is placed in the text area with a space and automatically added to the dictionary. 2.14.8 Adding Words to the Dictionary Each language comes with its own dictionary.

  • Page 35: Terminal Disable/enable

    It is recommended to Permanent Disable your radio only when you do not expect to recover it. If it is recovered then a Permanent Disable radio can be reactivated by returning it to Motorola 2-19...

  • Page 36: During The Call

    Feature User Guide 2.20 During the Call During the call, label of the right SOFT key indicates the next possible change. Accessory default setup is: Table 2-11 During the Call Soft Key Label Audio Setting Spkr Audio goes to the main speaker (Speaker HIGH is displayed) Erpce Audio goes to the earpiece (Speaker LOW is displayed) Audio goes to the Personal Hands Free (Speaker LOW is displayed)

  • Page 37: Using Networks

    Modes Topics Covered in this Chapter • Using Networks • Trunked Mode Operation • Local Site Trunking • Direct Mode Operation • Transmit Inhibit Mode • Emergency Mode • Repeater Mode • Gateway Mode This chapter provides you with the information on available modes that the radio can operate. 3.1 Using Networks Procedure Steps From the home screen, press MENU key.

  • Page 38: Entering Tmo Mode

    Feature User Guide Figure 3-1 Trunked Mode Operation 3.2.1 Entering TMO Mode Procedure Steps From the home screen, press Optns. Select Trunked Mode. 3.2.2 Selecting a Talkgroup From the home screen, use one of the following methods: • Press left or right NAVIGATION key. Press Select to confirm. •...

  • Page 39: Making A Group Call

    3.2.3 Making a Group Call 3.2.3 Making a Group Call Procedure Steps Press and hold the PTT button. Wait for the Talk Permit tone (if configured) and then speak into the microphone. Release the PTT button to listen. The Group Call is received by all members of the selected group who have their units turned on and are in range.

  • Page 40: Dgna Reception

    Feature User Guide 3.2.7 DGNA Reception When a DGNA message is received, your radio plays a tone and displays a message Talkgroup list updated. If enabled by your service provider, your radio displays all added and deleted talkgroup list. If the DGNA message is received to delete all talkgroups, your radio displays All Talkgroups Deleted.

  • Page 41: Phone And Pabx Calls

    3.2.12 Phone and PABX Calls To start the call press PTT. 3.2.12 Phone and PABX Calls The Phone Call allows you to call a landline telephone number or a cellular mobile phone number. The Private Automatic Branch Exchange (PABX) Call allows you to call local (office) extension numbers. 3.2.13 Private Call The Private Call, also called point-to-point, or individual call, enables calling between two individuals.

  • Page 42: Entering Local Site Trunking, Direct Mode Operation

    Feature User Guide 3.3.1 Entering Local Site Trunking When your radio receives a Local Site Trunking indication from the system, the following occurs: • Your radio plays an Entering Local Site Trunking tone. • Display shows the Local Area Service message. •...

  • Page 43: Entering Dmo Mode

    3.4.1 Entering DMO Mode Figure 3-2 Direct Mode Operation 3.4.1 Entering DMO Mode To enter the DMO Mode: • From the home screen, press MENU key. Select More . . . → Networks → Direct Mode. • From the home screen, select Optns → Direct Mode. 3.4.2 Selecting a Talkgroup From the home screen, use one of the following methods: •...

  • Page 44: Private Call With Presence Check, Communication Through Repeater

    Feature User Guide Wait for the Talk Permit tone (if configured) and then speak into the microphone. Release the PTT button to listen. The Group Call is received by all members of the selected group who have their units turned on and are in range.

  • Page 45: Communication Through Gateway, Selecting Dmo Group Call Options

    3.4.8 Communication through Gateway 3.4.8 Communication through Gateway The Gateway Mode provides connectivity between radios operating in DMO Mode and the TETRA network, so that the DMO radios can communicate with the TMO radios. Your radio can communicate with the trunking system, when the Gateway option is enabled.

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    Feature User Guide Select one of the following: • MS - MS — Your radio can communicate only with other radios within its range. • Gateway — Your radio uses a gateway to communicate with the infrastructure. • Automatic — Your radio uses the first available gateway for that talkgroup. •...

  • Page 47: Emergency Operation, Emergency Mode

    3.6 Emergency Mode RF Transmissions from the radio are prevented under the following conditions: • TXI Mode is activated • Battery is removed • Radio is turned off 3.6 Emergency Mode The Emergency Mode is a mode of the highest communication priority. In the Emergency Mode, the radio automatically rejects phone, PABX and private calls, and does not monitor the talkgroups in the selected scan list.

  • Page 48: Emergency Group Call, Silent Emergency Mode

    Feature User Guide 3.6.2 Silent Emergency Mode The Silent Emergency Mode is a type of emergency services that provides no audible indications and no keypad tones at the entrance. All the display indications are as in the idle mode. However, the radio cannot use any services except for: •...

  • Page 49: Emergency Alarm, Emergency Private Call, Emergency Ms-isdn Call, Hot Microphone

    3.6.4 Emergency Private Call that was selected before initiating the non-tactical call. When in non-tactical Emergency Mode, you are not able to switch talkgroups. DGNA messages have no impact during non-tactical Emergency Mode but only after exiting the non-tactical Emergency Mode. •...

  • Page 50: Alternating Hot Microphone, Entering Emergency Mode, Emergency Mode By Dialing

    Feature User Guide If a talk permit is granted to another member of the group, the Emergency Call received tone is played. If configured, the radio automatically attempts to get talk permit again. 3.6.8 Alternating Hot Microphone The Alternating Hot Microphone is an enhancement of the Hot Microphone feature. It allows you to have the Hot Microphone switched on and off alternately.

  • Page 51: Making An Emergency Group Call, Receiving An Emergency Group Call, Exiting Emergency Mode

    3.6.11 Exiting Emergency Mode If this Emergency Mode was triggered by Emergency number (not by EMERGENCY button), you can press the END key to exit the Emergency Mode. 3.6.11 Exiting Emergency Mode Prerequisites: Make sure that your radio is in Emergency Mode. Procedure Steps If your radio screen displays Emgcy Mic On, press End.

  • Page 52: Initializing Disaster Alert Call, Repeater Mode

    Feature User Guide This call stays clear only, even if any of the encryption services are enabled. Your service provider defines if the Disaster Alert Call is initiated on a predefined talkgroup. 3.6.15 Initializing Disaster Alert Call Procedure Steps From the home screen, press MENU key. Select More .

  • Page 53: Entering Repeater Mode, Gateway Mode

    3.7.1 Entering Repeater Mode 3.7.1 Entering Repeater Mode Procedure Steps From the home screen, press Optns. Select Repeater Mode. 3.7.2 Setting Monitor Option Procedure Steps From the home screen, press Optns. Press Monitor. Select one of the following: • Off — Your radio works as a repeater only, no operation is available. •...

  • Page 54: Standby Mode, Entering Gateway Mode, Forwarding A Group Call, Emergency Calls In Gateway Mode

    Feature User Guide 3.8.1 Entering Gateway Mode Procedure Steps From the home screen, press Optns. Select Gateway Mode. 3.8.2 Standby Mode Your radio enters Standby mode if there is another Gateway on the same DMO frequency. Gateway icon flashes and no transmission is forwarded through the gateway.

  • Page 55: Gps Location Service

    GPS Location Service Topics Covered in this Chapter • Enhancing GPS Performance • Enabling GPS • GPS Icon • GPS Different Location Displays • Viewing Your Position • GPS — Things to Keep in Mind The GPS Location Service feature uses information from Global Positioning System (GPS) satellites orbiting the Earth to determine the approximate geographical location of your radio.

  • Page 56: Enhancing Gps Performance, Enabling Gps

    Feature User Guide If the Location Reports are sent via SDS as a transport layer, a protocol based on existing standards is used. Therefore, the reports can be sent both in TMO and DMO. SDS User Defined Data Type-4 provisions radios to either use SDS-TL (for added reliability) or no SDS-TL (for saving air interface resources).

  • Page 57: Gps Icon, Gps Different Location Displays

    4.3 GPS Icon Select More . . . → Location → Interface. Select On. Your service provider can enable this feature. 4.3 GPS Icon When your radio receives a valid GPS location data, it displays a GPS icon. During Emergency Mode, your radio does not display the GPS icon even when receiving GPS location data. If valid GPS location data is available when you leave Emergency Mode the GPS icon is displayed again.

  • Page 58: Viewing Your Position

    Feature User Guide 4.5 Viewing Your Position From the home screen, press MENU key. Select More . . . → Location → Position. Scroll to view the results about the last time your location was calculated. To refresh your position: •...

  • Page 59: Main Menu, Scrolling Through The Menu

    Main Menu Topics Covered in this Chapter • Scrolling through the Menu • Menu Icons • Menu Structure • Messages • Contacts • Security • Setup • Group Setup • My Info • Recent Calls • Shortcuts • RUI • Networks •...

  • Page 60: Menu Icons, Menu Structure

    Feature User Guide 5.2 Menu Icons The following icons make it easy to identify the menu items at first glance. Table 5-1 Menu Icons Menu Icon Description Main Menu Items/Context Sensitive Menu It is assigned to MENU when the main menu items/ context-sensitive menu are active. Messages Send status messages, Send text messages (free text or according to user defined or predefined templates),...

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    5.3 Menu Structure Table 5-2 Menu Structure (cont'd.) Menu Security PIN Protect Change Code Keylock Setup Lock Keypad Auto. Lock Delay Start Locked AirEncrypt K Validity TMSCK Validity DMSCK Validity DMO SCK Covert Mode On/Off Vibrate Remote Control Duplex Setup Ring Style Simplex Set Volume...

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    Feature User Guide Table 5-2 Menu Structure (cont'd.) Menu Display Text Size Zoom Standard Screen Saver Auto Disabled Backlight Auto Semi Auto Manual Wallpaper Time & Date Display Time & Date Time Only Date Only Format Format Time Format Date Set Time Time Offset Set Date...

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    5.3 Menu Structure Table 5-2 Menu Structure (cont'd.) Menu Function Keys Auto Volume Adjust. OTB Feature Accry Type Standard Handset External More . . . Group Setup Scan Scanning On/Off Select List Active List Scan Lists My Groups [New Folder] My Info My Private Num My Phone Num...

  • Page 64: New Message, Sending A Message To Private/phone, Sending A Message To Group

    Feature User Guide Table 5-2 Menu Structure (cont'd.) Menu Encryption Broadcast Services Assistance Call Disaster Call 5.4 Messages This feature allows you to send and receive text messages. A message can contain up to 1000 characters, depends on your service provider setting. 5.4.1 New Message This menu item allows you to create a new message.

  • Page 65: Sending A Store And Forward Message

    5.4.1.3 Sending a Store and Forward Message Select a group to send the message. 5.4.1.3 Sending a Store and Forward Message Prerequisites: Your service provider enables the Store and Forward feature. Procedure Steps From the home screen, press MENU key. Select Messages →...

  • Page 66: Entering The Inbox, Receiving New Message, Using Submenu In Inbox And Outbox

    Feature User Guide 5.4.2.1 Entering the Inbox Procedure Steps From the home screen, press MENU key. Select Messages → Inbox. The status (if any) of the list is displayed for a few seconds: • No New or Old Messages — The screen returns to the previous display within a few seconds. •...

  • Page 67: Embedded Number, Storing A Number From A Message

    5.4.2.4 Embedded Number Select one of the following: • Store — Saves a message as a template. Change the default template name and press Ok. • Delete — Deletes the selected message. Press Yes to confirm. • Delete All — Deletes all the messages in the Inbox/Outbox. Press Yes to confirm. •...

  • Page 68: Calling A Number In A Message

    Feature User Guide Choose the Type of the new number and press Done. 5.4.2.6 Calling a Number in a Message Prerequisites: Embedded Number feature is enabled by your service provider. When and where to use: You can return a voice call to the sender of a message or to any number that is embedded in the message text.

  • Page 69: Co Box, Wap Box, Sending A User-defined Template

    5.4.3 Outbox 5.4.3 Outbox It stores all sent messages. Table 5-4 Outbox Icons Icon Description Delivery in Progress Delivery Accomplished Delivery Failed Messages sub-menu indicates the number of the messages. If the indication is for example 2, it means that two messages are in the Outbox.

  • Page 70: Predefined Templates, Setting User-defined Templates, Viewing Predefined Templates

    Feature User Guide Highlight the required template name and press Send. Do one of the following: • Enter the number or press abc to select the name from your contact list. Press Send. • Select required talkgroup from the TalkGroup List. 5.4.6.2 Setting User-Defined Templates Procedure Steps From the home screen, press MENU key.

  • Page 71: Sending A Status Message To A Group, Sending Predefined Templates, Send Status

    5.4.7.2 Sending Predefined Templates Select View. 5.4.7.2 Sending Predefined Templates Procedure Steps From the home screen, press MENU key. Select Messages → Predefined. Highlight the required template and press Send, the PTT button, or the SEND key. You can edit the predefined template before you send it. Press MENU and select Edit. Edit screen opens with the template text.

  • Page 72: Targeted Status, Sending A Targeted Status Message

    Feature User Guide Do one of the following: • Highlight the required status message and press Select, the PTT button, or the SEND key. • Enter 5 digit status message number and press Send. If the radio displays Status list is empty, you can enter 5 digit status message and press SendTo. 5.4.8.3 Targeted Status This feature allows you to send the status message to a private number or to user selected talkgroup.

  • Page 73: Creating A Contact

    5.5.1 Creating a Contact Table 5-5 Contact Types Contact Icon Description Private Cannot have a speed dial number. Mobile Home Work PABX Other Pickers Indicate more than one number in a contact. • # (number) — each contacts entry must contain a number. •...

  • Page 74: Editing A Contact, Deleting A Number, Deleting A Contact

    Feature User Guide 5.5.2 Editing a Contact Procedure Steps From the home screen, press Contcs. Highlight the contact you want to edit. Press MENU. Press Edit. Highlight one of the following entries and press Change to edit: • Name • Type •...

  • Page 75: Checking Capacity, Dialing Through The Contact List

    5.5.5 Checking Capacity Highlight a contact you want to delete. Press MENU. Select Delete contact. Select Yes. 5.5.5 Checking Capacity When and where to use: To see how many numbers are stored in the radio. Procedure Steps From the home screen, select Contcs. Press MENU.

  • Page 76: Pin Protect, Protecting The Radio With A Pin Code, Changing Pin Code

    Feature User Guide 5.6.1 PIN Protect This feature allows you to enable PIN code authentication at the next power on. This code protects your radio against unauthorized use. If you are unable to unlock the radio, you can only send or receive Emergency Calls and adjust the volume level with the ROTARY KNOB.

  • Page 77: Keylock Setup, Keypad Lock Notification, Setting Automatic Keylock Delay, Setting Keylock On Startup

    5.6.2 Keylock Setup Select Security → Change Code. Radio prompts for the Old Code. Enter currently used 4-digit security code (default setting is 0000). If the entered code matches the old code, radio prompts for the new code twice. Result: Your radio displays Code Accepted. Unlocking Your Radio PIN Protect 5.6.2 Keylock Setup...

  • Page 78: Air Encryption, Viewing Air Encryption State, Air Encryption Key Deletion, K Validity, Verifying K Validity

    Feature User Guide Select Security → Keylock Setup → Start Locked. Select On/Off. 5.6.3 Air Encryption This feature provides service confidentiality between you and the system. This menu item allows you only to view air encryption state. If encryption is on and you receive a clear call (unencrypted), the radio displays Call &...

  • Page 79: Tmsck Validity, Verifying Tmsck Validity, Dmsck Validity, Verifying Dmsck Validity

    5.6.5 TMSCK Validity Select Security → K Validity. Your radio displays: • K is Valid — the infrastructure can authenticate your radio. • K is Invalid — the infrastructure is unable to authenticate your radio. Please call your service provider to restore the key to your radio.

  • Page 80: Dmo Sck, Changing Dmo Sck, Covert Mode

    Feature User Guide Your radio displays: • DMSCK is Valid — your radio can work encrypted in DMO Mode. • DMSCK is Invalid — your radio cannot work encrypted in DMO Mode. Please contact your service provider to restore SCKs to your radio. 5.6.7 DMO SCK Air interface encryption provides service confidentiality between your radio operating in Direct Mode and another radio or a group of radios operating in Direct Mode.

  • Page 81: Activating Covert Mode, Ring Style, Setting Ring Style

    5.6.8.1 Activating Covert Mode • The wallpaper is disabled. • The screen saver is disabled. • The Covert Mode color palette is activated. The radio powers up in the mode set before turning off. Thus if the Covert Mode was set before turning off, the radio turns on in the Covert Mode .

  • Page 82: Set Volume, Setting Volume

    Feature User Guide Scroll to the desired style and press Select. New ring style is played immediately for a few seconds. If necessary, adjust the volume level. 5.7.2 Set Volume This menu item allows you to adjust the Simplex, Duplex, Earpiece, Speaker, and Keypad tone volume. Volume Adjustment Mode 5.7.2.1 Setting Volume Procedure Steps...

  • Page 83: Setting Language, Data Setup, Setting Data Function, Volume Adjustment Mode

    5.7.3.1 Setting Language 5.7.3.1 Setting Language Procedure Steps From the home screen, press MENU key. Select Setup → Language. Select desired language. 5.7.4 Data Setup This menu item allows you to set up your radio to transmit and receive data from the external device. To connect your radio accessory connector to the external device, use cable PMKN4104.

  • Page 84: Setting Volume Adjustment Mode, Keypad Tone, Setting Keypad Tone, All Tones

    Feature User Guide Set Volume 5.7.5.2 Setting Volume Adjustment Mode Procedure Steps From the home screen, press MENU key. Select Setup → Audio → Volume Adj. Mode. Select one of the following: • Individual — You can set Duplex, Simplex, Earpiece, Speaker and Keypad per your preferences in MENU →...

  • Page 85: Setting All Tones, Setting Talk Permit, Clear To Send, Setting Clear To Send, Periodic Alert

    5.7.6.4 Setting All Tones 5.7.6.4 Setting All Tones Procedure Steps From the home screen, press MENU key. Select Setup → Tones → All Tones. Select one of the following: a. On — Activates all the tones. b. Off — Deactivates all the tones. 5.7.6.5 Talk Permit You can set a different tone upon pressing the PTT button.

  • Page 86: Setting Periodic Alert, D-ptt Tones, Setting D-ptt Tones, Setting Text Size

    Feature User Guide 5.7.6.10 Setting Periodic Alert Procedure Steps From the home screen, press MENU key. Select Setup → Tones → Periodic Alert. Select one of the following: • Alert — Activates/deactivates periodic tone. • Period — Indicates the time between each periodic tone. 5.7.6.11 D-PTT Tones This menu item contains the settings for the Double PTT feature.

  • Page 87: Setting Screen Saver, Setting Backlight, Setting Wallpaper

    5.7.7.2 Setting Screen Saver Procedure Steps From the home screen, press MENU key. Select Setup → Display → Text Size. Select one of the following: • Standard — Default size of the text. • Zoom — Larger size of the text. Keep in mind that less text can be displayed. 5.7.7.2 Setting Screen Saver Procedure Steps From the home screen, press MENU key.

  • Page 88: Time And Date, Setting Time And Date On The Display, Setting Time Format

    Feature User Guide Procedure Steps From the home screen, press MENU key. Select Setup → Display → Wallpaper. Select one of the following: • On — To activate this feature. • Off — To deactivate this feature. 5.7.8 Time and Date This sub-menu controls the displayed time and date on the home screen.

  • Page 89: Setting Time Manually, Setting Date Format, Setting Date Manually

    5.7.8.3 Setting Time Manually Procedure Steps From the home screen, press MENU key. Select Setup → Time & Date → Format → Format Time. Select one of the following: • 12-Hour — Displays the time with am (before noon) or pm (after noon) indication. •...

  • Page 90: Setting Time Offset, Setting Automatic Update For The Time And Date, Accry (accessory) Type

    Feature User Guide Select Setup → Time & Date → Set → Set Date. Enter current time using NAVIGATION keys or keypad. Press Done. 5.7.8.6 Setting Time Offset Procedure Steps From the home screen, press MENU key. Select Setup → Time & Date → Set → Time Offset. Enter time offset using NAVIGATION keys.

  • Page 91: Rotary Knob

    5.7.10 Book On Select one of the following: • Standard — The microphone connected to the control head has the higher priority. • Handset — The microphone connected to the control head has the higher priority. • External — The microphone connected to the rear accessory connector/junction box has a higher priority.

  • Page 92: Setting Rotary Lock, Setting In Keypad Lock

    Feature User Guide Select one of the following: • Dual — Both modes are available. Turn the ROTARY KNOB to adjust the volume or press and then turn to switch to different talkgroup. • Volume — The knob is used only as a volume control. Turn it clockwise to increase the audio volume level.

  • Page 93: Setting Rotary Knob Wrap Around, Setting Rotary Knob Scroll Range, Setting Rotary Knob Talkgroup Selection

    5.7.11.4 Setting Rotary Knob Wrap Around Select one of the following: • Lock None — Scrolling and volume setting functionality is available. • Lock Volume — ROTARY KNOB can be only used for scrolling. • Lock Scroll — ROTARY KNOB can be only used for setting the volume. •...

  • Page 94: Group Setup, Setting Talkgroups In The Active Scan List

    Feature User Guide Select one of the following: • On — You need to confirm the talkgroup selection by pressing Select or pressing the PTT button to immediately start a call on a new talkgroup. • Off — Attaches to the selected talkgroup without any additional prompt 5.8 Group Setup This sub-menu allows you to set the scanning and my groups folder.

  • Page 95: Editing Scan Lists, Setting Scan Lists

    5.8.1.3 Setting Scan Lists Select More . . . → Group Setup → Scan → Active List. If Scanning is Off is displayed, go to More . . . → Group Setup → Scan → Scanning → On to enable scanning. Select View and highlight the required talkgroup.

  • Page 96: My Groups, Adding Favorite Folder, Adding A Talkgroup To A Favorite Folder

    Feature User Guide Select one of the following: • Rename — Renames the talkgroup. • Capacity — Checks the number of the talkgroups. • Clear — Removes all talkgroups from that list. • Add Group — Adds new talkgroup. • Edit — Changes the priority of the talkgroup or delete it. To delete a talkgroup from the scan list, select Edit and press MENU.

  • Page 97: Deleting A Talkgroup From The Favorite Folder, My Info, Viewing/modifying Personal Information

    5.8.2.4 Deleting a Talkgroup from the Favorite Folder Select More . . . → Group Setup → My Groups. Highlight required favorite folder. Press MENU. Select one of the following: • Rename Folder — Edits the name of the folder. Enter new folder name and press Ok. •...

  • Page 98: Recent Calls, Viewing Recent Calls

    Feature User Guide Select one of the following: • My Private Num — displays your radio private number. • My Phone Num — displays your radio phone number. To modify the displayed phone number, select Edit. Type the number and press Ok. •...

  • Page 99: Calling From Recent Calls, Storing Recent Calls To Contacts

    5.10.2 Calling from Recent Calls Select View on the required call. Press down NAVIGATION key to bypass first two steps. Call time information is only available if the time and date are set in the radio. Call duration is not available in the missed calls list.

  • Page 100: Deleting Recent Calls, Creating A Menu Shortcut

    Feature User Guide Press Store. If Store is not assigned to the left SOFT key, the number is already stored in your contact list. To store the number as a new entry, select [New Contact]. Or, to store the number to an existing entry, select the entry, and press View then select Edit.

  • Page 101: Editing A Menu Shortcut List

    5.11.2 Editing a Menu Shortcut List Procedure Steps From the home screen, press MENU key. Scroll to the item you want as a shortcut. Press and hold MENU when the item is highlighted. Example: Creating a shortcut to the All Tones options. From the home screen, press MENU key.

  • Page 102: Logging On, Logging Off

    Feature User Guide RUA/RUI Book On 5.12.1 Logging On Procedure Steps From the home screen, press MENU key. Select More . . . → RUI → Log on. Highlight: • User ID and press Select to enter User ID List. If you are a new user on this radio, select [New User ID] and enter your user ID.

  • Page 103: Selecting Your Network, Using The Select Net Registration, Using The Foreign Network Registration

    5.13.1 Selecting Your Network Entering TMO / DMO Mode Selecting Network Operation Mode 5.13.1 Selecting Your Network Procedure Steps From the home screen, press MENU key. Select More . . . → Networks → Networks Sel → Home Only. Your radio registers to the first network on the allowed network list. 5.13.2 Using the Select Net Registration When and where to use: Use this feature to migrate to another predefined network, when you are out of the range of your network and your radio displays the No Service message.

  • Page 104: Using The Migrate To Registration, Selecting Network Operation Mode

    Feature User Guide Procedure Steps From the home screen, press MENU key. Select More . . . → Networks → Networks Sel → Any Network. Your radio selects and registers to the network automatically from the predefined list. 5.13.5 Using the Migrate To Registration When and where to use: Use this feature to migrate to another predefined network, when you are out of the range of your network and your radio displays the No Service message.

  • Page 105: Packet Data

    5.14 Location Select one of the following: • Trunked Mode — Switches to the mode using infrastructure. • Direct Mode — Switches to the mode without using infrastructure. • Repeater Mode — Switches to the Repeater Mode. • Gateway Mode — Switches to Gateway Mode. •...

  • Page 106: Viewing Data Statistics, Viewing Encryption Status

    Feature User Guide For transferring data from a standard computer over the air connect the computer via the Data Cable GMKN1022 with your radio. Your service provider has to setup additional applications on your computer. If set up by your service provider it is possible to accelerate the transmission by using the Multi-Slot Packet Data (MSPD) Service.

  • Page 107: Wap Browser, Entering/exiting The Browser

    Topics Covered in this Chapter • WAP Browser • Entering/Exiting the Browser • Entering the Browser Menu Panes • Tips for Browsing • Disabled Packet Data Service • Disabled Browser Entry • Keys Usage • Browser Menu Panes Overview • Navigate Pane •...

  • Page 108: Entering The Browser Menu Panes, Tips For Browsing, Creating A Bookmark Through Navigate Pane

    Feature User Guide Select Browser. 6.3 Entering the Browser Menu Panes Prerequisites: You are in the browser. Press Menu or MENU key. Usually, it brings up the Navigate pane, or the last browser menu pane. If the web page you navigated to has two or more soft keys/options, the Options pane pops up. From here, you may scroll to other panes with the left or right navigation keys Or you may select Browser Menu and then scroll to the required pane.

  • Page 109: Creating A Bookmark Through Bookmarks Pane, Using A Bookmark, Creating A Hotkey

    6.4.2 Creating a Bookmark through Bookmarks Pane To save it: a. Press Save (or Select) to save the page in bookmarks. b. Select Menu and select an option: • Save — Confirms the bookmark creation. • Edit — Allows you to edit the title, folder, choice, and URL of the created bookmark. 6.4.2 Creating a Bookmark through Bookmarks Pane Enter the browser.

  • Page 110: Using A Hotkey, Saving A Page, Selecting A Saved Page, Disabled Packet Data Service

    Feature User Guide Select an unassigned key (0–9). Click Assign. The display shows the bookmark and its assigned hotkey. 6.4.5 Using a Hotkey Enter the browser. Press and hold a hotkey to download the corresponding bookmark from the web. 6.4.6 Saving a Page When and where to use: Save a page for off-line browsing.

  • Page 111: Disabled Browser Entry

    6.6 Disabled Browser Entry When re-entering the browser with previously available Packet Data, the radio displays the last browsed page, or the last page to which you navigated off-line. 6.6 Disabled Browser Entry Browser entry is disabled: • During any type of voice call, except Ambience Listening Call •...

  • Page 112: Browser Menu Panes Overview

    Feature User Guide Table 6-1 Browser Keys Usage (cont'd.) Key Press Action Left NAVIGATION key Moves to the previous pane. In the editor: moves left. Press and hold left NAVIGATION key Functions as backward. Right NAVIGATION key Moves to the next pane. In the editor: moves cursor to the right and inserts space if at the end of the word.

  • Page 113: Navigate Pane

    6.9 Navigate Pane 6.9 Navigate Pane You can select one of the following items: • Home — for loading the home page. • Open Page — for entering the URL. • Search — item disabled. • Mark Page — for creating (saving) a bookmark for the current document. A title and URL for the bookmark are displayed, and the root folder is chosen for the location.

  • Page 114: Bookmarks Pane, Working With The Options Pane For A Selected Bookmark

    Feature User Guide 6.11 Bookmarks Pane If there are bookmarks in the root folder, select More... to access the Options pane. If the root folder is empty, select Organise... then press MENU key to access the Options pane. The Options pane allows you to manage bookmarks. The Saved Pages folder contains snapshots of saved pages.

  • Page 115: History Pane, Navigating To The Recently Visited Url, Tools Pane, Options Pane

    6.12 History Pane Select one of the following: a. Back — for displaying this page saved on its cache. b. Details — for modifying the page title and URL of the saved page. c. Update Page — for replacing the saved version with the current version (to be downloaded from server). d.

  • Page 116: Image Pane, Text Input Pane, Wap Push

    Feature User Guide 6.15 Image Pane This pane appears in the browser menu when you enabled the download of images through Navigate pane > Advanced... > Settings..The following items are available: • Save — for saving the image in the terminal. •...

  • Page 117: New Wap Messages, Viewing A Wap Message

    6.17.1 New WAP Messages A WAP push message is an encoded message including a link to a WAP address. On receiving a WAP push, a WAP enabled radio automatically gives the option to access the WAP content. The implemented WAP push is compliant to WAP 2.0 standard.

  • Page 118

    Feature User Guide Select Messages → WAP Box. Select the required message. Select Go to to view the message in the browser. 6-12...

  • Page 119: Types Of Call-out Alerts

    Features Topics Covered in this Chapter • Call-Out • RUA/RUI • DTMF Overdial • Talkgroup Dialing by Index • One-Touch Dial • Phone/PABX Speed Dial • Phone and PABX Calls • Private Call • Short Number Dial • Dual Control Head •...

  • Page 120: Call-out Modes Interaction, Call-out Service Phases

    Feature User Guide 7.1.2 Call-Out Modes Interaction Call-Out feature operation is different in other modes: • TXI Mode — you can read the message but you cannot respond to it. You have an option to leave the TXI Mode by pressing soft key or reject the Call-Out message. •...

  • Page 121: Dtmf Overdial, Talkgroup Dialing By Index, Viewing Talkgroup Speed Number, Selecting Talkgroup By Index

    7.3 DTMF Overdial Force Off Your service provider can log you off. Radio displays Force Off. Book On 7.3 DTMF Overdial This feature allows you to communicate with an automated answering device (for example, the voice mail or answering machine) during an on-going private, phone or PABX call. While in an on-going private, phone or PABX call, press the DTMF keys (0-9, *, #).

  • Page 122: Making A Phone Or Pabx Call, One-touch Dial, Phone/pabx Speed Dial, Using Phone/pabx Speed Dial

    Feature User Guide Press Attach. To start a group call, press the PTT button. 7.5 One-Touch Dial This feature allows you to call by pressing and holding one of the keys (1-9). If the One-Touch Button feature is enabled, One-Touch Dial is disabled. If no feature is assigned to a button, your radio displays an Unassigned Button message.

  • Page 123: Making A Private Call, Short Number Dial

    7.8 Private Call If Phone or PABX are not the first type of call presented, press Ctype repeatedly to select it. Press SEND key. 7.8 Private Call The Private Call, also called point-to-point, or individual call, enables calling between two individuals. No other radio can hear the conversation.

  • Page 124: Dual Control Head, Master Single Control Head Mode, Slave Standalone Mode, Dual Control Head Link

    Feature User Guide Example: Your radio number is 4282564. Dial 456 (instead of 4282456, the full number). To place the call, press the PTT button or theSEND key. 7.10 Dual Control Head This feature allows you to use two Control Heads (Master and Slave) with one transceiver. Both Control Heads have the same functionality, except the WAP service and the Remote Programming and both displays contain the same information.

  • Page 125: Dual Control Head Voice, Voice Operating Transmission (vox) Control, Pseudo Call Forward

    7.10.5 Dual Control Head Voice 7.10.5 Dual Control Head Voice During any call, voice can be heard in both Master and Slave speakers simultaneously. Only one microphone/PTT can be opened at a time. The one that is pressed as first is allowed to initiate the transmission. 7.11 Voice Operating Transmission (VOX) Control Voice Operating Transmission (VOX) Control feature allows you to transmit voice in a hands-free condition.

  • Page 127

    Appendix A: Tones Table A-1 Radio Tones Tone Name Tone Diagram [Hz] 2400 2100 Back to Coverage 1800 1000 Back to Full Service [ms] [Hz] 2400 2100 1800 1000 Clear-to-send [ms] [Hz] 2400 2100 1800 1000 Bad Key Pressed [ms] [Hz] 2400 2100...

  • Page 128: Exiting Dmo

    Feature User Guide Table A-1 Radio Tones (cont'd.) Tone Name Tone Diagram [Hz] 2400 2100 Call Disconnected or 1800 1000 Failed Due to Network 500[ms] [Hz] 2400 2100 1800 1000 Entering DMO 400[ms] [Hz] 2400 2100 1800 1000 Exiting DMO 400[ms] [Hz] 2400...

  • Page 129

    Appendix B: LED Indications Table B-1 LED Indications Indication Status Solid green In use Repeating call Blinking green In service Solid red Out of service Blinking red Connecting to the network Entering DMO Solid orange Transmit inhibit in service Channel busy in DMO Blinking orange Incoming call No indication...

  • Page 131

    Appendix C: Troubleshooting Your radio displays the following messages: Table C-1 Displayed Messages Message Message Description ...-Received Call received but not answered, or rejected. Attachment Failed Your radio could not perform talkgroup attachment. It keeps on trying. If it does not succeed, try another talkgroup. Authenticate Failure Your radio could not register on an authenticated system (for example, the Authentication Key is incorrect, or authentication is...

  • Page 132

    Feature User Guide Table C-1 Displayed Messages (cont'd.) Message Message Description No Service Your radio is outside coverage. Return to coverage. My Groups You cannot view/delete groups when the My Groups folder is Is Empty empty. My Groups You are not allowed to add a group to the My Groups folder as it Is Full already contains the maximum allowed number of groups.

  • Page 133

    Appendix C Troubleshooting Table C-1 Displayed Messages (cont'd.) Message Message Description Unit is OK Self-test error. A minor fault has been detected. Your radio is still Warn: fully operative. If this error recur, note the error code and contact service. Unit Not Attached You radio could not attach to the system.

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