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GM950
User Guide
Contents
Safety Information ................................................. 1
General Information.............................................. 2
Radio Controls and Indicators .............................. 2
Audio Signals........................................................ 3
Display Icons ......................................................... 3
Radio On/Off ......................................................... 4
Call Set Up ........................................................... 4
Channel Selection............................................ 4
Address Selection............................................ 4
Status Selection............................................... 5
Sending a Selective Call.................................. 5
Communication Procedures ................................. 5
Call Termination ............................................... 5
Receiving a Selective Call .................................... 6
Call in Absence .................................................... 6
DTMF..................................................................... 7
Option Button Functions ....................................... 7
Computer Software Copyright .............................. 9
Safety Information
Every radio, when transmitting, radiates energy into
the atmosphere which may, under certain
conditions, cause the generation of a spark. All
users of vehicles fitted with radios should be aware
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of the following warning:
WARNING: Do
During normal use, the radio will subject you to
radio energy substantially below the level where
any kind of harm is reported.
To ensure personal safety, please observe the
following simple rules:
DO NOT transmit when the antenna is very close
to, or touching, exposed parts of the body,
especially the face and eyes.
DO NOT hold the transmit (PTT) key in when not
actually desiring to transmit.
DO NOT allow children to play with any radio
equipment containing a transmitter.
DO NOT operate radio whilst driving. It should also
be noted that the use of a hand-held microphone
while driving could constitute an offence under
Road Traffic Regulations.
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GM950 User Guide
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    GM950 User Guide GM950 Safety Information User Guide Every radio, when transmitting, radiates energy into the atmosphere which may, under certain Contents conditions, cause the generation of a spark. All users of vehicles fitted with radios should be aware Page: of the following warning: Safety Information ..........

  • Page 2: General Information

    The numbers refer to the illustrations on the inside front cover. excellent mobile radio. Motorola’s stringent quality procedures guarantee the high standard of Radio ON/OFF. Motorola products. Your radio has left our factory Microphone connector. only after extensive tests. Volume Up/Down Control. Three LED Indicators:...

  • Page 3: Audio Signals

    TOT Pre Alert * Requires additional hardware option module. Monitor Alert Scan Start The GM950 is a highly flexible mobile radio and can be configured in many ways to best match your Priority Channel specific operational requirements. The following Volume Select information describes typical operation.

  • Page 4: Radio On/off

    If the error tone sounds, please contact the person enter the group call digit. in charge of your radio system or your local Motorola dealer. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 To switch the radio off, press and hold the ON/OFF switch for 2 seconds, then release.

  • Page 5: Status Selection

    Communication Procedures Status Selection Communication Procedures Take the microphone out of its holder. Press the If Function button (6) or one of the programmable transmit (PTT) key (14) on the side of the option buttons has been configured for Status microphone while talking, release it while listening.

  • Page 6: Receiving A Selective Call

    Select an entry by pressing the Select Please contact the person in charge of your radio button (10). The display will change to the system or your local Motorola representative for general display and the entry is deleted from the further information. stack.

  • Page 7: Dtmf

    Option Button Functions DTMF Option Button Functions The following functions may be applicable to your DTMF means Dual Tone Multi Frequency and is radio, activated by one of the function/option used when the radio is required to operate in a buttons.

  • Page 8

    Option Button Functions conditions, the radio will ‘land’ on the channel Voice Scrambler - When the radio is fitted (green LED off, Scan icon stays on). When a with an optional speech scrambler module, two priority channel is included in the current scan further features may be programmed onto the list, the scan icon changes from option buttons.

  • Page 9: Computer Software Copyright

    The products described in this manual may include copyrighted computer programmes stored in semiconductor memories or other media. Laws in the United States of America and other countries preserve for Motorola Europe and Motorola Inc. certain exclusive rights for copyrighted computer programmes, including the right to copy or reproduce in any form the copyrighted computer programme.

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