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Motorola APX 6000 Service Manual

Motorola APX 6000 Service Manual (438 pages)

Brand: Motorola | Category: Two-Way Radio | Size: 29.88 MB
Table of contents
Product Safety And Rf Exposure Compliance4................................................................................................................................................................
Computer Software Copyrights4................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents7................................................................................................................................................................
Commercial Warranty17................................................................................................................................................................
Limited Warranty17................................................................................................................................................................
Motorola Communication Products17................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 1 Introduction21................................................................................................................................................................
Notations Used In This Manual22................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 2 Radio Power23................................................................................................................................................................
Dc Power Routing – Transceiver Board24................................................................................................................................................................
Dc Power Routing – Vocon Board25................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 3 Theory Of Operation27................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-1. Apx 5000/ Apx 6000/ Apx 6000xe/ Srx 2200 Overall Block Diagram28................................................................................................................................................................
Transceiver Board29................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-3. Transceiver (uhf1 And Uhf2) Block Diagram (power And Control Omitted)30................................................................................................................................................................
Table 3-1. Battery Connector M10131................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-5. Receiver Block Diagram (vhf)33................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-6. Receiver Block Diagram (uhf1 And Uhf2)34................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-8. Transmitter Block Diagram (vhf)37................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-10. Transmitter Block Diagram (7/800)38................................................................................................................................................................
Directional Coupler39................................................................................................................................................................
Harmonic Filter40................................................................................................................................................................
Antenna Switch40................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-11. Synthesizer Block Diagram (vhf)43................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-13. Synthesizer Block Diagram (7/800)44................................................................................................................................................................
Table 3-3. Port Expander Pin Settings46................................................................................................................................................................
Controller50................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-15. Controller Electrical Overview52................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-16. Controller Dc Block Diagram53................................................................................................................................................................
Table 3-4. Dc Supplies And Sources For Controller54................................................................................................................................................................
Table 3-5. Mako's Ldo And Supplies55................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-17. V_sw_1.4 Switched Power Supply56................................................................................................................................................................
Table 3-6. Pulse Switching Combination57................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-19. Power-up Timing Regulators58................................................................................................................................................................
Table 3-7. Vocon Clock Distribution59................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-21. Overview Of Omap Interconnection With Vocon Peripherals60................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-22. Omap Memory Interface61................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-23. Timing Of Power-up And Initialization Of Emmc63................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-24. Emmc Topography64................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-25. Block Diagram Of Vocon And Expansion Boards As Related To Emmc65................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-26. Rx / Tx Ssi Configuration66................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-28. Spi And I2c Configuration67................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-29. Cpld Block Diagram68................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-30. Audio Tx Path Block Diagram69................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-31. Vocon Rx Audio Path Block Diagram70................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-32. Control Top Block Diagram71................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-33. Display Circuit Detail Overview Block Diagram72................................................................................................................................................................
Table 3-8. Color Schemes74................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-34. Lighting Controller Overview75................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-35. Lighting Controller – Srx 220076................................................................................................................................................................
Table 3-9. Key Map Matrix77................................................................................................................................................................
Side Controls78................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-37. Gcai Signal Configuration79................................................................................................................................................................
Table 3-10. P1 Pin Assignment80................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-39. Gcai Connector – Back View81................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-40. Vocon To Rf Board Interface82................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-41. Apx 5000/ Apx 6000/ Apx 6000xe/ Srx 2200 Encryption Architecture83................................................................................................................................................................
Table 3-12. Encryption Algorithms And Corresponding Kit Numbers84................................................................................................................................................................
Global Positioning Sytem (gps)86................................................................................................................................................................
Table 3-13. Power And I/o Pins For Ni550087................................................................................................................................................................
Accelerometer88................................................................................................................................................................
Table 3-14. Spi Interface89................................................................................................................................................................
Table 3-15. Register Address Map90................................................................................................................................................................
Bluetooth91................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-47. Bluetooth Connection Flowchart92................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-48. Bluetooth/controller Interface With Clock Sources93................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-50. Bluetooth Low-frequency Circuit Block Diagram94................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-52. Detailed Low-frequency Transmit/receive Paths95................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-54. Current Distribution Tree For Bluetooth Circuitry96................................................................................................................................................................
Table 3-16. Bluetooth Host Processor Uart I/o97................................................................................................................................................................
Table 3-17. Spi I/o98................................................................................................................................................................
Table 3-19. Gpio I/o99................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 4 Troubleshooting Procedures101................................................................................................................................................................
Recommended Service Tools102................................................................................................................................................................
Standard Bias Table103................................................................................................................................................................
Power-up Self-check Errors104................................................................................................................................................................
Power-up Self-check Diagnostics And Repair (not For Field Use)105................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 5 Troubleshooting Charts107................................................................................................................................................................
Main Troubleshooting Flowchart109................................................................................................................................................................
Power-up Failure110................................................................................................................................................................
Dc Supply Failure121................................................................................................................................................................
Top/cid Display Failure128................................................................................................................................................................
Main Display Failure129................................................................................................................................................................
Volume Set Error130................................................................................................................................................................
Channel Select Error131................................................................................................................................................................
Keypad Error132................................................................................................................................................................
Side Button Error133................................................................................................................................................................
Vocon Rx Audio Error134................................................................................................................................................................
Vocon Tx Audio Error136................................................................................................................................................................
Keyload Failure138................................................................................................................................................................
Secure Hardware Failure139................................................................................................................................................................
Emmc Memory Failure140................................................................................................................................................................
Rx Rf Failure141................................................................................................................................................................
Fgu Failure152................................................................................................................................................................
Fgu Power Failure153................................................................................................................................................................
Gps Failure154................................................................................................................................................................
Bluetooth Failure155................................................................................................................................................................
Pa Failure161................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 6 Troubleshooting Waveforms173................................................................................................................................................................
Clocks175................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-2. 4 Mhz Clock Waveform176................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-3. 12 Mhz Clock Waveform177................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-4. 16.8 Mhz Clock Waveform178................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-5. 24 Mhz Clock Waveform179................................................................................................................................................................
Audio Ssi180................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-7. Audio Ssi – Red Rx Waveform181................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-8. Audio Ssi – Sync. Waveform182................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-9. Audio Ssi – Bclk. Waveform183................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-10. Rx Ssi – Clk. Waveform184................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-11. Rx Ssi – Da Waveform185................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-12. Rx Ssi – Fsync. Waveform186................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-13. Tx Ssi – Tx Clk. Waveform187................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-14. Tx Ssi – Da Waveform188................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-15. Tx Ssi – Fsync. Waveform189................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-16. Spi – Clk Waveform190................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-17. Mosi Waveform191................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-18. Miso Waveform192................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-19. Cs Waveform193................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-20. I2c Bus – Sca Waveform194................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-21. I2c Bus – Sca 5v Waveform195................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-22. I2c Bus – Sda Waveform196................................................................................................................................................................
One Wire197................................................................................................................................................................
Gcai198................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-25. Gcai – Gpio4 Waveform199................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-26. Usb – D- Waveform200................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-27. Usb – D+ Waveform201................................................................................................................................................................
Uart202................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-29. Uart – Tx Waveform203................................................................................................................................................................
Sdram204................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-31. Sdram – Clkx Waveform205................................................................................................................................................................
Flash Control206................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-33. Flash Control – Cs3 Waveform207................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-34. Flash Control – Oe Waveform208................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-35. Flash Control – Rdy Waveform209................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-36. Flash Control – We Waveform210................................................................................................................................................................
Expandable Memory (emmc)211................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-38. Emmc: Correct Detection, Configuration And Initialization Waveforms212................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-39. Emmc: Failure To Properly Detect, Configure And Initialize Waveforms213................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-40. Mmc_clk @ < 400 Khz During "clock Frequency Identification Mode"214................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-41. Mmc_clk @ < 24 Mhz During "clock Frequency Data Transfer Mode"215................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-42. Mmc_cmd Actual Waveform When Probing With Active Probes; Short Wires Gnd Pin Soldered216................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-43. Mmc_cmd Misleading Waveform When Probing With Passive Probe; Long Wires Gnd Clip217................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-44. Mmc_dat0, Mmc_dat1, Mmc_dat2, Mmc_dat3 Data Lines During Data Transmission Between Emmc And Omap218................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-45. F2_timer_out Clock From Cpld Into Omap For Emmc Operation219................................................................................................................................................................
Receive Baseband Signals220................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-47. Gps Tcxo Waveforms221................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-48. Gps Rtc Waveforms222................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-49. Gps Uart Data Waveforms223................................................................................................................................................................
Bluetooth Troubleshooting Waveforms224................................................................................................................................................................
Table 6-3. Bluetooth Command To Rx225................................................................................................................................................................
Table 6-6. Bluetooth Test Points226................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-50. Startup Waveforms – Vmax Of Tp16227................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-51. Startup – Timing Difference Of Tp9 To Tp16228................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-52. Startup – Timing Difference Of Tp5 To Tp16 And Voltage Statistics229................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-53. Startup – Timing Difference Of Tp4 To Tp16 And Time Statistics230................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-54. Startup – Timing Difference Of Tp4 To Tp5 And Time Statistics231................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-55. Startup – Vmax Of Tp5 And Time Statistics232................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-56. Startup – Vmax Of Tp4 And Time Statistics233................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-57. Startup – Vmax Of Tp5 And Voltage Statistics234................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-58. Startup – Vmax Of Tp9 And Voltage Statistics235................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-59. Startup – Vmax Of Tp10 And Time Statistics236................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-60. Startup – Vmax Of Tp16 And Voltage Statistics237................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-61. Startup – Vmax Of Tp13 And Voltage Statistics238................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-62. Startup – Vmax Of Tp11 And Voltage Statistics239................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-63. Startup – Timing Difference Of Tp13 To Tp16 And Time Statistics240................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-64. Startup – Timing Difference Of Tp10 To Tp13 And Time Statistics241................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-65. Startup – Timing Difference Of Tp11 To Tp13 And Time Statistics242................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-66. Bluetooth Cw On Spectrum Analyzer243................................................................................................................................................................
Bluetooth Steady-state244................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-68. Expansion Board – Usb D- Vmax And Packet Timing With Statistics245................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-69. Expansion Board – Vsw_3.6 Voltage Statistics246................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-70. Expansion Board – 32 Khz Clock Vmax With Statistics247................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-71. Expansion Board – Lf Coil With Tx And Rx Waveform Measured By A Conducted Cable On Lf Coil248................................................................................................................................................................
Lf Cw On Spectrum Analyzer249................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 7 Troubleshooting Tables251................................................................................................................................................................
Table 7-2. Vocon Board To Rf Board Connector Interface Pin-out252................................................................................................................................................................
Table 7-3. Vocon Board To Expansion Board Connector Interface Pin-out254................................................................................................................................................................
Table 7-4. Vocon Board To Control Top With Top Display Interface Pin-out257................................................................................................................................................................
Table 7-5. Vocon Board To Front Display Interface Pin-out259................................................................................................................................................................
Table 7-6. Vocon Board To Keypad Interface Pin-out260................................................................................................................................................................
Table 7-7. Expansion Board To Accessory Connector (gcai) Interface Pin-out261................................................................................................................................................................
Table 7-8. Expansion Board To Side Buttons Interface Pin-out262................................................................................................................................................................
Table 7-9. Expansion Board To Speaker And Microphones Interface Pin-out263................................................................................................................................................................
Table 7-10. Expansion Board To Avr / Jtag Interface Pin-out264................................................................................................................................................................
Table 7-11. Primary Ic Reference Designators265................................................................................................................................................................
Table 7-12. Overall Gpio Pin Functions Across Multiple Boards266................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 8 Schematics, Boards Overlays, And Parts Lists277................................................................................................................................................................
List Of Vocon Schematics And Board Overlays278................................................................................................................................................................
Transceiver (rf) Boards: Vhf279................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-2. Nud7120a Harmonic Filter Circuit280................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-3. Nud7120a Gps Circuit281................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-4. Nud7120a Miscellaneous Connector Circuit282................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-5. Nud7120a Receiver Front End Circuit283................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-6. Nud7120a Receiver Back End Circuit284................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-7. Nud7120a Dc Power Circuit285................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-8. Nud7120a Transmitter And Automatic Level Control Circuits286................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-9. Nud7120a Frequency Generation Unit (synthesizer) Circuit – 1 Of 2287................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-10. Nud7120a Frequency Generation Unit (vco) Circuit – 2 Of 2288................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-11. Nud7120a Mixer And If Filter Circuits289................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-12. Nud7120a Power Amplifier Circuit290................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-13. Nud7120a Transceiver (rf) Board Layout – Side 1291................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-14. Nud7120a Transceiver (rf) Board Layout – Side 2292................................................................................................................................................................
Transceiver (rf) Boards: Uhf1301................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-16. Nue7365a/ Nue7369a Uhf1 Harmonic Filter Circuit302................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-17. Nue7365a/ Nue7369a Gps Circuit303................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-18. Nue7365a/ Nue7369a Miscellaneous Connector Circuit304................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-19. Nue7365a Receiver Front End Circuit305................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-20. Nue7365a/ Nue7369a Receiver Back End Circuit306................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-21. Nue7365a/ Nue7369a Dc Power Circuit307................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-22. Nue7365a/ Nue7369a Transmitter And Automatic Level Control Circuits308................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-23. Nue7365a Frequency Generation Unit (synthesizer) Circuit – 1 Of 2309................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-24. Nue7365a Frequency Generation Unit (vco) Circuit – 2 Of 2310................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-25. Nue7365a/ Nue7369a Mixer And If Filter Circuits311................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-26. Nue7365a Power Amplifier Circuit312................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-27. Nue7365a Transceiver (rf) Board Layout – Side 1313................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-28. Nue7365a Transceiver (rf) Board Layout – Side 2314................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-29. Nue7369a Receiver Front End Circuit324................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-30. Nue7369a Frequency Generation Unit (synthesizer) Circuit – 1 Of 2325................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-31. Nue7369a Frequency Generation Unit (vco) Circuit – 2 Of 2326................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-32. Nue7369a Power Amplifier Circuit327................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-33. Nue7369a Transceiver (rf) Board Layout – Side 1328................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-34. Nue7369a Transceiver (rf) Board Layout – Side 2329................................................................................................................................................................
Transceiver (rf) Boards: Uhf2337................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-36. Nue7366a Uhf2 Harmonic Filter Circuit338................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-37. Nue7366a Gps Circuit339................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-38. Nue7366a Miscellaneous Connector Circuit340................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-39. Nue7366a Receiver Front End Circuit341................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-40. Nue7366a Receiver Back End Circuit342................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-41. Nue7366a Dc Power Circuit343................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-42. Nue7366a Transmitter And Automatic Level Control Circuits344................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-43. Nue7366a Frequency Generation Unit (synthesizer) Circuit – 1 Of 2345................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-44. Nue7366a Frequency Generation Unit (vco) Circuit – 2 Of 2346................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-45. Nue7366a Mixer And If Filter Circuits347................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-46. Nue7366a Power Amplifier Circuit348................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-47. Nue7366a Transceiver (rf) Board Layout – Side 1349................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-48. Nue7366a Transceiver (rf) Board Layout – Side 2350................................................................................................................................................................
Transceiver (rf) Boards: 700–800 Mhz357................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-50. Nuf6750a Harmonic Filter Circuit358................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-51. Nuf6750a Gps Circuit359................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-52. Nuf6750a Miscellaneous Connector Circuit360................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-53. Nuf6750a Receiver Front End Circuit361................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-54. Nuf6750a Receiver Back End Circuit362................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-55. Nuf6750a Dc Power Circuit363................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-56. Nuf6750a Transmitter And Automatic Level Control Circuits364................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-57. Nuf6750a Frequency Generation Unit (synthesizer) Circuit – 1 Of 2365................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-58. Nuf6750a Frequency Generation Unit (vco) Circuit – 2 Of 2366................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-59. Nuf6750a Mixer And If Filter Circuits367................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-60. Nuf6750a Power Amplifier Circuit368................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-61. Nuf6750a Transceiver (rf) Board Layout – Side 1369................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-62. Nuf6750a Transceiver (rf) Board Layout – Side 2370................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-63. Hln5979b/ Hln5960acontroller Board Overall Schematic379................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-64. Hln5979b/ Hln5960a Controller Board Display, Controls And Jtag Schematics380................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-65. Hln5979b Controller Board Display/keypad Lighting Control Circuits381................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-66. Hln5979b/ Hln5960a Controller Board Lcd And Keypad Connector Circuits382................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-67. Hln5979b/ Hln5960a Controller Board Expansion Board Interface Circuits383................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-68. Hln5979b Controller Board Cpld Circuit384................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-69. Hln5979b/ Hln5960a Controller Board Omap User Interface Circuit385................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-70. Hln5979b/ Hln5960a Controller Board Memory Interface Circuit386................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-71. Hln5979b/ Hln5960a Controller Board Audio Circuit387................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-72. Hln5979b/ Hln5960a Controller Board Mako/dc Circuits388................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-73. Hln5979b/ Hln5960a Controller Board Serial Interface Circuit389................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-74. Hln5979b/ Hln5960a Controller Board Rf Interface Circuit390................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-75. Hln5979b Controller Board Layout – Side 1391................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-76. Hln5979b Controller Board Layout – Side 2392................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-77. Hln5960a Controller Board Display/keypad Lighting Control Circuits398................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-78. Hln5960a Controller Board Cpld Circuit399................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-79. Hln5960a Controller Board Layout – Side 1400................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-80. Hln5960a Controller Board Layout – Side 2401................................................................................................................................................................
Controller Board405................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-81. Hln5978b Expansion Board Overall Circuit Schematic407................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-82. Hln5977a/ Hln5978b Audio Circuit408................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-83. Hln5977a/ Hln5978b Secure Circuit409................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-84. Hln5978b Expandable Memory Circuit410................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-85. Hln5978b Gps Bluetooth Circuit – 1 Of 2411................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-86. Hln5978b Gps Bluetooth Circuit – 2 Of 2412................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-87. Hln5977a/ Hln5978b Expansion Board Layout – Side 1413................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 8-88. Hln5977a/ Hln5978b Expansion Board Layout – Side 2414................................................................................................................................................................
A.1 Basic Ordering Information421................................................................................................................................................................
A.6 Fax Orders422................................................................................................................................................................
Glossary423................................................................................................................................................................
Expansion Board433................................................................................................................................................................

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Motorola APX 6000 User Manual

Motorola APX 6000 User Manual (174 pages)

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Brand: Motorola | Category: Two-Way Radio | Size: 1.64 MB
Table of contents
Declaration Of Conformity5................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents7................................................................................................................................................................
Important Safety Information14................................................................................................................................................................
Software Version15................................................................................................................................................................
Computer Software Copyrights17................................................................................................................................................................
Getting Started19................................................................................................................................................................
How To Use This Guide19................................................................................................................................................................
Notations Used In This Manual19................................................................................................................................................................
Additional Performance Enhancement20................................................................................................................................................................
Dynamic System Resilience (dsr)20................................................................................................................................................................
Crosstalk Prevention20................................................................................................................................................................
Encrypted Integrated Data (eid)20................................................................................................................................................................
Securenet20................................................................................................................................................................
Can Tell You21................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing Your Radio For Use21................................................................................................................................................................
Charging The Battery22................................................................................................................................................................
Battery Charger22................................................................................................................................................................
Attaching The Battery22................................................................................................................................................................
Attaching The Antenna23................................................................................................................................................................
Attaching The Accessory Connector Cover24................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Carry Holder24................................................................................................................................................................
Turning On The Radio25................................................................................................................................................................
Adjusting The Volume27................................................................................................................................................................
Identifying Radio Controls27................................................................................................................................................................
Radio Parts And Controls28................................................................................................................................................................
Programmable Features29................................................................................................................................................................
Assignable Radio Functions29................................................................................................................................................................
Assignable Settings Or Utility Functions31................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing The Preprogrammed Functions32................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Menu Select Buttons32................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Navigation Buttons32................................................................................................................................................................
Home Button32................................................................................................................................................................
Data Feature Button32................................................................................................................................................................
Way Navigation Button32................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Keypad33................................................................................................................................................................
Keypad Characters – Uppercase Mode33................................................................................................................................................................
Keypad Characters – Lowercase Mode34................................................................................................................................................................
Keypad Characters – Numeric Mode35................................................................................................................................................................
Keypad Characters – Hexadecimal Mode36................................................................................................................................................................
Push-to-talk (ptt) Button37................................................................................................................................................................
Identifying Status Indicators37................................................................................................................................................................
Status Icons38................................................................................................................................................................
Text Messaging Service (tms) Icons42................................................................................................................................................................
Tms Menu Options43................................................................................................................................................................
Call Type Icons43................................................................................................................................................................
Led Indicator44................................................................................................................................................................
Intelligent Lighting Indicators46................................................................................................................................................................
Alert Tones47................................................................................................................................................................
Phone Call Display And Alert Prompts51................................................................................................................................................................
General Radio Operation52................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting A Zone52................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting A Radio Channel53................................................................................................................................................................
Using Channel Search Button55................................................................................................................................................................
Using Mode Select Feature56................................................................................................................................................................
Saving A Zone And Channel To A Softkey56................................................................................................................................................................
Saving A Zone And Channel To A Keypad Button57................................................................................................................................................................
Receiving And Responding To A Radio Call57................................................................................................................................................................
Receiving And Responding To A Talkgroup Call58................................................................................................................................................................
Making A Radio Call60................................................................................................................................................................
Making A Talkgroup Call60................................................................................................................................................................
Making A Private Call (trunking Only)60................................................................................................................................................................
Making A Telephone Call (trunking Only)62................................................................................................................................................................
Repeater Or Direct Operation63................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring Features63................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring A Channel63................................................................................................................................................................
Conventional Mode Operation64................................................................................................................................................................
Advanced Features65................................................................................................................................................................
Advanced Call Features65................................................................................................................................................................
Receiving A Selective Call65................................................................................................................................................................
Making A Selective Call66................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting A Talkgroup66................................................................................................................................................................
Sending A Status Call67................................................................................................................................................................
Requesting A Reprogram (trunking Only)68................................................................................................................................................................
Classifying Regrouped Radios69................................................................................................................................................................
Using Dynamic Zone Programming (dzp)69................................................................................................................................................................
Channel69................................................................................................................................................................
Selection69................................................................................................................................................................
Name70................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting A Channel In The Dynamic Zone71................................................................................................................................................................
Contacts71................................................................................................................................................................
Making A Private Call From Contacts72................................................................................................................................................................
Adding A New Contact Entry73................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting A Contact Entry74................................................................................................................................................................
Adding A Contact To A Call List75................................................................................................................................................................
Removing A Contact From A Call List75................................................................................................................................................................
Editing A Contact In A Call List76................................................................................................................................................................
Editing An Entry Alias76................................................................................................................................................................
Editing As Entry Id76................................................................................................................................................................
Editing A Call Type77................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Details Of A Contact77................................................................................................................................................................
Scan Lists78................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing A Scan List78................................................................................................................................................................
Editing The Scan List78................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Scan List Status79................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing And Changing The Priority Status80................................................................................................................................................................
Scan80................................................................................................................................................................
Turning Scan On Or Off80................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting A Nuisance Channel81................................................................................................................................................................
Call Alert Paging82................................................................................................................................................................
Receiving A Call Alert82................................................................................................................................................................
Sending A Call Alert82................................................................................................................................................................
Emergency Operation84................................................................................................................................................................
Sending An Emergency Alarm85................................................................................................................................................................
Sending An Emergency Call (trunking Only)85................................................................................................................................................................
Emergency Call86................................................................................................................................................................
Sending A Silent Emergency Alarm86................................................................................................................................................................
Changing Channels During Emergncy87................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Emergency Keep-alive Feature87................................................................................................................................................................
Fireground (conventional Only)87................................................................................................................................................................
Entering Fireground Zone Channel88................................................................................................................................................................
Responding To Evacuation Indicator89................................................................................................................................................................
Tactical Public Safety(tps) (conventional Only)89................................................................................................................................................................
Using Tps Normal Transmission89................................................................................................................................................................
Man Down90................................................................................................................................................................
Pre-alert Timer91................................................................................................................................................................
Post-alert Timer92................................................................................................................................................................
Triggered92................................................................................................................................................................
Triggering Emergency92................................................................................................................................................................
Exiting Man Down Feature92................................................................................................................................................................
Re-initiating Man Down93................................................................................................................................................................
Testing The Man Down Feature93................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Registration Service (ars)94................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting Or Changing The Ars Mode94................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing The User Login Feature95................................................................................................................................................................
Logging In As A User95................................................................................................................................................................
Logging Out96................................................................................................................................................................
Text Messaging Service (tms)97................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing The Messaging Features97................................................................................................................................................................
Composing And Sending A New Text Message98................................................................................................................................................................
Sending A Quick Text Message99................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Priority Status And Request Reply99................................................................................................................................................................
Features101................................................................................................................................................................
Appending A Priority Status To A Text Message101................................................................................................................................................................
Removing A Priority Status From A Text Message101................................................................................................................................................................
Appending A Request Reply To A Text Message101................................................................................................................................................................
Removing A Request Reply From A Text Message102................................................................................................................................................................
Text Message102................................................................................................................................................................
A Text Message102................................................................................................................................................................
Managing Text Messages103................................................................................................................................................................
Receiving A Text Message103................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing A Text Message From The Inbox103................................................................................................................................................................
Replying To A Received Text Message104................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing The Drafts Folder105................................................................................................................................................................
Managing Sent Text Messages105................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing A Sent Text Message105................................................................................................................................................................
Sending A Sent Text Message106................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting A Text Message107................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting All Text Messages107................................................................................................................................................................
Astro 25 Advanced Messaging Solution108................................................................................................................................................................
Solution108................................................................................................................................................................
Two-factor Authentication109................................................................................................................................................................
Logging Into Two-factor Authentication109................................................................................................................................................................
Logging Out Of Two-factor Authentication111................................................................................................................................................................
Sending A Query111................................................................................................................................................................
Receiving A Query113................................................................................................................................................................
Secure Operations113................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting Secure Transmissions113................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting Clear Transmissions114................................................................................................................................................................
Managing Encryption114................................................................................................................................................................
Loading An Encryption Key114................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Multikey Feature115................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting An Encryption Key115................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting A Keyset116................................................................................................................................................................
Erasing The Selected Encryption Keys116................................................................................................................................................................
Mdc Over-the-air Rekeying (otar)118................................................................................................................................................................
Infinite Ukek Retention118................................................................................................................................................................
Hear Clear118................................................................................................................................................................
Security119................................................................................................................................................................
Radio Lock119................................................................................................................................................................
Unlocking Your Radio119................................................................................................................................................................
Changing Your Password119................................................................................................................................................................
Changing Your Tactical Inhibit Password120................................................................................................................................................................
The Global Positioning System (gps)121................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding The Gps Feature121................................................................................................................................................................
Enhancing Gps Performance122................................................................................................................................................................
The Outdoor Location Feature (using Gps)122................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Mgrs Coordinates123................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing The Outdoor Location Feature123................................................................................................................................................................
Saving A Waypoint124................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing A Saved Waypoint125................................................................................................................................................................
Editing The Alias Of A Waypoint126................................................................................................................................................................
Editing The Coordinates Of A Waypoint126................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting A Single Saved Waypoint127................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting All Saved Waypoints128................................................................................................................................................................
Waypoint128................................................................................................................................................................
Mode129................................................................................................................................................................
Trunking System Controls129................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Failsoft System129................................................................................................................................................................
Going Out Of Range130................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Site Trunking Feature130................................................................................................................................................................
Locking And Unlocking A Site130................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The Current Site131................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Current Site131................................................................................................................................................................
Bluetooth131................................................................................................................................................................
Turning The Bluetooth On131................................................................................................................................................................
Turning The Bluetooth Off132................................................................................................................................................................
Re-pair Timer132................................................................................................................................................................
Bluetooth Drop Timer133................................................................................................................................................................
Pairing Bluetooth Device With The Radio134................................................................................................................................................................
Indicating Bluetooth Connection Is Lost135................................................................................................................................................................
Device136................................................................................................................................................................
Information136................................................................................................................................................................
Editing The Bluetooth Friendly Name138................................................................................................................................................................
Programming Over Project 25 (pop 25) (astro138................................................................................................................................................................
Responding To The Notification Of Upgrade139................................................................................................................................................................
Utilities139................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The Recent Calls139................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Flip Display140................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting An Enhanced Zone Bank141................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting The Power Level141................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting A Radio Profile142................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling And Disabling The Radio Alias142................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting The Audio Speaker142................................................................................................................................................................
Controlling The Display Backlight143................................................................................................................................................................
Locking And Unlocking The Keypad And Controls144................................................................................................................................................................
Turning Keypad Tones On Or Off144................................................................................................................................................................
Turning Voice Mute On Or Off145................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Time-out Timer145................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Time And Date146................................................................................................................................................................
Editing The Time And Date146................................................................................................................................................................
Analog Options147................................................................................................................................................................
Digital Options147................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Pl Defeat Feature147................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Digital Ptt Id Feature148................................................................................................................................................................
Impres™ Battery Annunciator149................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing The Battery Info Screen149................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing The General Radio Information149................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing The Radio Information150................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The Ip Information151................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The Control Assignments151................................................................................................................................................................
Editing The Soft Id152................................................................................................................................................................
Helpful Tips154................................................................................................................................................................
Caring For Your Radio154................................................................................................................................................................
Cleaning Your Radio155................................................................................................................................................................
Handling Your Radio156................................................................................................................................................................
Servicing Your Radio156................................................................................................................................................................
Taking Care Of The Battery157................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The Battery Charge Status157................................................................................................................................................................
Led And Sounds157................................................................................................................................................................
Fuel Gauge Icon157................................................................................................................................................................
Battery Recycling And Disposal158................................................................................................................................................................
Accessories159................................................................................................................................................................
Highlights For The Accessories159................................................................................................................................................................
Frequency Range160................................................................................................................................................................
Special Channel Assignments160................................................................................................................................................................
Emergency Channel160................................................................................................................................................................
Non-commercial Call Channel160................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Frequency Requirements161................................................................................................................................................................
Glossary163................................................................................................................................................................
Commercial Warranty168................................................................................................................................................................
Limited Warranty168................................................................................................................................................................

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Motorola APX 6000 User Manual

Motorola APX 6000 User Manual (146 pages)

Brand: Motorola | Category: Two-Way Radio | Size: 20.23 MB
Table of contents
Declaration Of Conformity5................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents7................................................................................................................................................................
Important Safety Information13................................................................................................................................................................
Software Version13................................................................................................................................................................
Computer Software Copyrights14................................................................................................................................................................
Getting Started15................................................................................................................................................................
How To Use This Guide15................................................................................................................................................................
Notations Used In This Manual15................................................................................................................................................................
Additional Performance Enhancement16................................................................................................................................................................
Dynamic System Resilience (dsr)16................................................................................................................................................................
Crosstalk Prevention16................................................................................................................................................................
Encrypted Integrated Data (eid)16................................................................................................................................................................
Securenet16................................................................................................................................................................
Can Tell You17................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing Your Radio For Use17................................................................................................................................................................
Charging The Battery18................................................................................................................................................................
Battery Charger18................................................................................................................................................................
Attaching The Battery18................................................................................................................................................................
Attaching The Antenna19................................................................................................................................................................
Attaching The Accessory Connector Cover20................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Carry Holder20................................................................................................................................................................
Turning On The Radio21................................................................................................................................................................
Adjusting The Volume22................................................................................................................................................................
Identifying Radio Controls23................................................................................................................................................................
Radio Parts And Controls24................................................................................................................................................................
Programmable Features25................................................................................................................................................................
Assignable Radio Functions25................................................................................................................................................................
Assignable Settings Or Utility Functions27................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing The Preprogrammed Functions27................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Navigation Buttons28................................................................................................................................................................
Home Button28................................................................................................................................................................
Data Feature Button28................................................................................................................................................................
Way Navigation Button28................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Keypad29................................................................................................................................................................
Keypad Characters – Uppercase Mode29................................................................................................................................................................
Keypad Characters – Lowercase Mode30................................................................................................................................................................
Keypad Characters – Numeric Mode31................................................................................................................................................................
Keypad Characters – Hexadecimal Mode32................................................................................................................................................................
Push-to-talk (ptt) Button33................................................................................................................................................................
Identifying Status Indicators33................................................................................................................................................................
Status Icons34................................................................................................................................................................
Text Messaging Service (tms) Icons37................................................................................................................................................................
Tms Menu Options39................................................................................................................................................................
Call Type Icons40................................................................................................................................................................
Led Indicator41................................................................................................................................................................
Intelligent Lighting Indicators42................................................................................................................................................................
Alert Tones43................................................................................................................................................................
Phone Call Display And Alert Prompts46................................................................................................................................................................
General Radio Operation47................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting A Zone47................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting A Radio Channel48................................................................................................................................................................
Receiving And Responding To A Radio Call49................................................................................................................................................................
Receiving And Responding To A Talkgroup Call50................................................................................................................................................................
Making A Radio Call52................................................................................................................................................................
Making A Talkgroup Call52................................................................................................................................................................
Making A Private Call (trunking Only)52................................................................................................................................................................
Making A Telephone Call (trunking Only)54................................................................................................................................................................
Repeater Or Direct Operation55................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring Features55................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring A Channel55................................................................................................................................................................
Conventional Mode Operation56................................................................................................................................................................
Advanced Features57................................................................................................................................................................
Advanced Call Features57................................................................................................................................................................
Receiving A Selective Call57................................................................................................................................................................
Making A Selective Call58................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting A Talkgroup58................................................................................................................................................................
Sending A Status Call59................................................................................................................................................................
Requesting A Reprogram (trunking Only)60................................................................................................................................................................
Classifying Regrouped Radios61................................................................................................................................................................
Contacts61................................................................................................................................................................
Making A Private Call From Contacts62................................................................................................................................................................
Adding A New Contact Entry63................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting A Contact Entry64................................................................................................................................................................
Adding A Contact To A Call List65................................................................................................................................................................
Removing A Contact From A Call List65................................................................................................................................................................
Editing A Contact In A Call List66................................................................................................................................................................
Editing An Entry Alias66................................................................................................................................................................
Editing As Entry Id66................................................................................................................................................................
Editing A Call Type67................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Details Of A Contact67................................................................................................................................................................
Scan Lists68................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing A Scan List68................................................................................................................................................................
Editing The Scan List68................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Scan List Status69................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing And Changing The Priority Status70................................................................................................................................................................
Scan70................................................................................................................................................................
Turning Scan On Or Off70................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting A Nuisance Channel71................................................................................................................................................................
Restoring A Nuisance Channel71................................................................................................................................................................
Call Alert Paging72................................................................................................................................................................
Receiving A Call Alert72................................................................................................................................................................
Sending A Call Alert72................................................................................................................................................................
Emergency Operation74................................................................................................................................................................
Sending An Emergency Alarm74................................................................................................................................................................
Sending An Emergency Call (trunking Only)75................................................................................................................................................................
Call75................................................................................................................................................................
Sending A Silent Emergency Alarm76................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Emergency Keep-alive Feature76................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Registration Service (ars)77................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting Or Changing The Ars Mode77................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing The User Login Feature78................................................................................................................................................................
Logging In As A User78................................................................................................................................................................
Logging Out79................................................................................................................................................................
Text Messaging Service (tms)80................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing The Tms Features80................................................................................................................................................................
Composing And Sending A New Text Message81................................................................................................................................................................
Sending A Quick Text Message82................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Priority Status And Request Reply82................................................................................................................................................................
Appending A Priority Status To A Text Message84................................................................................................................................................................
Message84................................................................................................................................................................
Appending A Request Reply To A Text Message84................................................................................................................................................................
Removing A Request Reply From A Text Message85................................................................................................................................................................
To A Text Message85................................................................................................................................................................
From A Text Message85................................................................................................................................................................
Managing Text Messages86................................................................................................................................................................
Receiving A Text Message86................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing A Text Message From The Inbox86................................................................................................................................................................
Replying To A Received Text Message87................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing The Drafts Folder88................................................................................................................................................................
Managing Sent Text Messages88................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing A Sent Text Message88................................................................................................................................................................
Sending A Sent Text Message89................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting A Text Message90................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting All Text Messages90................................................................................................................................................................
Secure Operations91................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting Secure Transmissions91................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting Clear Transmissions91................................................................................................................................................................
Managing Encryption91................................................................................................................................................................
Loading An Encryption Key91................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Multikey Feature92................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting An Encryption Key92................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting A Keyset93................................................................................................................................................................
Mdc Over-the-air Rekeying (otar)95................................................................................................................................................................
Hear Clear95................................................................................................................................................................
Security96................................................................................................................................................................
Radio Lock96................................................................................................................................................................
Unlocking Your Radio96................................................................................................................................................................
Changing Your Password96................................................................................................................................................................
The Global Positioning System (gps)97................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding The Gps Feature97................................................................................................................................................................
Enhancing Gps Performance98................................................................................................................................................................
The Outdoor Location Feature (using Gps)98................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing The Outdoor Location Feature99................................................................................................................................................................
Saving A Waypoint100................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing A Saved Waypoint101................................................................................................................................................................
Editing The Alias Of A Waypoint102................................................................................................................................................................
Editing The Coordinates Of A Waypoint103................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting A Single Saved Waypoint104................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting All Saved Waypoints104................................................................................................................................................................
Saved Waypoint105................................................................................................................................................................
Mode105................................................................................................................................................................
Trunking System Controls106................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Failsoft System106................................................................................................................................................................
Going Out Of Range106................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Site Trunking Feature106................................................................................................................................................................
Locking And Unlocking A Site107................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing And Changing A Site107................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The Current Site107................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Current Site107................................................................................................................................................................
Bluetooth108................................................................................................................................................................
Turning On Bluetooth108................................................................................................................................................................
Turning Off Bluetooth109................................................................................................................................................................
Re-pair Timer109................................................................................................................................................................
Bluetooth Drop Timer110................................................................................................................................................................
Pairing Bluetooth Device With The Radio111................................................................................................................................................................
Indicating Bluetooth Connection Is Lost112................................................................................................................................................................
Turning On The Bluetooth Audio (routing The Audio From The Radio To The Headset)112................................................................................................................................................................
Audio Device113................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The Bluetooth Active Devices113................................................................................................................................................................
Utilities114................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The Recent Calls114................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Flip Display115................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting A Basic Zone Bank115................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting An Enhanced Zone Bank116................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting The Power Level116................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting A Radio Profile117................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling And Disabling The Radio Alias117................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting The Audio Speaker117................................................................................................................................................................
Controlling The Display Backlight118................................................................................................................................................................
Locking And Unlocking The Keypad119................................................................................................................................................................
Turning Keypad Tones On Or Off119................................................................................................................................................................
Turning Voice Mute On Or Off119................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Time-out Timer119................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Time And Date120................................................................................................................................................................
Editing The Time And Date120................................................................................................................................................................
Features121................................................................................................................................................................
Analog Options121................................................................................................................................................................
Digital Options121................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Pl Defeat Feature121................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Digital Ptt Id Feature122................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing The Battery Information123................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing The General Radio Information123................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing The Radio Information123................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The Ip Information124................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The Control Assignments125................................................................................................................................................................
Editing The Soft Id125................................................................................................................................................................
Voice Announcement126................................................................................................................................................................
Cleaning Your Radio129................................................................................................................................................................
Handling Your Radio129................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The Battery Charge Status130................................................................................................................................................................
Fuel Gauge Icon130................................................................................................................................................................
Taking Care Of The Battery130................................................................................................................................................................
Servicing Your Radio130................................................................................................................................................................
Accessories132................................................................................................................................................................
Special Channel Assignments133................................................................................................................................................................
Commercial Warranty141................................................................................................................................................................
Limited Warranty141................................................................................................................................................................
Motorola APX 6000 User Manual

Motorola APX 6000 User Manual (146 pages)

Motorola APX Two-Way Radio User guide  
Brand: Motorola | Category: Two-Way Radio | Size: 1.51 MB
Table of contents
Declaration Of Conformity5................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents7................................................................................................................................................................
Important Safety Information13................................................................................................................................................................
Software Version14................................................................................................................................................................
Computer Software Copyrights16................................................................................................................................................................
Getting Started17................................................................................................................................................................
How To Use This Guide17................................................................................................................................................................
Notations Used In This Manual17................................................................................................................................................................
Additional Performance Enhancement18................................................................................................................................................................
Dynamic System Resilience (dsr)18................................................................................................................................................................
Crosstalk Prevention18................................................................................................................................................................
Encrypted Integrated Data (eid)18................................................................................................................................................................
Securenet18................................................................................................................................................................
Can Tell You19................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing Your Radio For Use19................................................................................................................................................................
Charging The Battery20................................................................................................................................................................
Battery Charger20................................................................................................................................................................
Attaching The Battery20................................................................................................................................................................
Attaching The Antenna21................................................................................................................................................................
Attaching The Accessory Connector Cover22................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Carry Holder22................................................................................................................................................................
Turning On The Radio23................................................................................................................................................................
Adjusting The Volume24................................................................................................................................................................
Identifying Radio Controls25................................................................................................................................................................
Radio Parts And Controls26................................................................................................................................................................
Programmable Features27................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing The Preprogrammed Functions29................................................................................................................................................................
Push-to-talk (ptt) Button30................................................................................................................................................................
Identifying Status Indicators31................................................................................................................................................................
Status Icons31................................................................................................................................................................
Call Type Icons37................................................................................................................................................................
Led Indicator38................................................................................................................................................................
Intelligent Lighting Indicators39................................................................................................................................................................
Alert Tones40................................................................................................................................................................
Phone Call Display And Alert Prompts44................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting A Zone45................................................................................................................................................................
General Radio Operation45................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting A Radio Channel46................................................................................................................................................................
Receiving And Responding To A Radio Call47................................................................................................................................................................
Making A Radio Call50................................................................................................................................................................
Making An Enhanced Private Call (trunking Only)51................................................................................................................................................................
Repeater Or Direct Operation53................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring Features53................................................................................................................................................................
Receiving A Selective Call55................................................................................................................................................................
Advanced Call Features55................................................................................................................................................................
Advanced Features55................................................................................................................................................................
Making A Selective Call56................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting A Talkgroup56................................................................................................................................................................
Sending A Status Call57................................................................................................................................................................
Requesting A Reprogram (trunking Only)58................................................................................................................................................................
Classifying Regrouped Radios59................................................................................................................................................................
Using Dynamic Zone Programming (dzp)59................................................................................................................................................................
Channel59................................................................................................................................................................
Selection59................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting A Channel In The Dynamic Zone60................................................................................................................................................................
Contacts60................................................................................................................................................................
Making A Private Call From Contacts61................................................................................................................................................................
Adding A Contact To A Call List62................................................................................................................................................................
Removing A Contact From A Call List62................................................................................................................................................................
Scan Lists63................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing A Scan List63................................................................................................................................................................
Editing The Scan List63................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Scan List Status64................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing And Changing The Priority Status65................................................................................................................................................................
Scan65................................................................................................................................................................
Turning Scan On Or Off65................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting A Nuisance Channel66................................................................................................................................................................
Restoring A Nuisance Channel66................................................................................................................................................................
Call Alert Paging67................................................................................................................................................................
Receiving A Call Alert67................................................................................................................................................................
Sending A Call Alert67................................................................................................................................................................
Emergency Operation69................................................................................................................................................................
Sending An Emergency Alarm69................................................................................................................................................................
Sending An Emergency Call (trunking Only)70................................................................................................................................................................
Emergency Call70................................................................................................................................................................
Sending A Silent Emergency Alarm71................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Emergency Keep-alive Feature71................................................................................................................................................................
Fireground (conventional Only)72................................................................................................................................................................
Entering Fireground Zone Channel72................................................................................................................................................................
Responding To Evacuation Indicator73................................................................................................................................................................
Tactical Public Safety(tps) (conventional Only)74................................................................................................................................................................
Using Tps Normal Transmission74................................................................................................................................................................
Man Down75................................................................................................................................................................
Pre-alert Timer76................................................................................................................................................................
Post-alert Timer76................................................................................................................................................................
Triggering Emergency77................................................................................................................................................................
Exiting Man Down Feature77................................................................................................................................................................
Re-initiating Man Down77................................................................................................................................................................
Testing The Man Down Feature78................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Registration Service (ars)79................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting Or Changing The Ars Mode79................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing The User Login Feature80................................................................................................................................................................
Logging In As A User80................................................................................................................................................................
Logging Out81................................................................................................................................................................
Text Messaging Service (tms)81................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing The Tms Features82................................................................................................................................................................
Sending A Quick Text Message82................................................................................................................................................................
Features83................................................................................................................................................................
Appending A Priority Status To A Text Message83................................................................................................................................................................
Removing A Priority Status From A Text Message84................................................................................................................................................................
Appending A Request Reply To A Text Message84................................................................................................................................................................
Removing A Request Reply From A Text Message84................................................................................................................................................................
To A Text Message84................................................................................................................................................................
From A Text Message85................................................................................................................................................................
Managing Text Messages85................................................................................................................................................................
Receiving A Text Message85................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing A Text Message From The Inbox86................................................................................................................................................................
Replying To A Received Text Message86................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing A Sent Text Message87................................................................................................................................................................
Sending A Sent Text Message88................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting A Text Message88................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting All Text Messages89................................................................................................................................................................
Secure Operations89................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting Secure Transmissions89................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting Clear Transmissions90................................................................................................................................................................
Managing Encryption90................................................................................................................................................................
Loading An Encryption Key90................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Multikey Feature91................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting An Encryption Key91................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting A Keyset92................................................................................................................................................................
Erasing The Selected Encryption Keys92................................................................................................................................................................
Mdc Over-the-air Rekeying (otar)94................................................................................................................................................................
Infinite Ukek Retention94................................................................................................................................................................
Hear Clear94................................................................................................................................................................
The Global Positioning System (gps)95................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding The Gps Feature95................................................................................................................................................................
Enhancing Gps Performance96................................................................................................................................................................
The Outdoor Location Feature (using Gps)96................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Mgrs Coordinates96................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing The Outdoor Location Feature97................................................................................................................................................................
Saving A Waypoint98................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing A Saved Waypoint98................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting A Single Saved Waypoint99................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting All Saved Waypoints99................................................................................................................................................................
Waypoint100................................................................................................................................................................
Mode100................................................................................................................................................................
Trunking System Controls101................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Failsoft System101................................................................................................................................................................
Going Out Of Range101................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Site Trunking Feature101................................................................................................................................................................
Locking And Unlocking A Site102................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing And Changing A Site102................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The Current Site102................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Current Site102................................................................................................................................................................
Bluetooth103................................................................................................................................................................
Turning The Bluetooth On103................................................................................................................................................................
Turning The Bluetooth Off104................................................................................................................................................................
Re-pair Timer104................................................................................................................................................................
Bluetooth Drop Timer105................................................................................................................................................................
Pairing Bluetooth Device With The Radio106................................................................................................................................................................
Indicating Bluetooth Connection Is Lost107................................................................................................................................................................
Audio Device108................................................................................................................................................................
Information108................................................................................................................................................................
Clearing All Bluetooth Devices Information109................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The Bluetooth Friendly Name110................................................................................................................................................................
Programming Over Project 25 (pop110................................................................................................................................................................
Responding To The Notification Of Upgrade111................................................................................................................................................................
Utilities111................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The Recent Calls111................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Flip Display112................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting A Basic Zone Bank112................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting An Enhanced Zone Bank113................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting The Power Level113................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting A Radio Profile114................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling And Disabling The Radio Alias114................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting The Audio Speaker115................................................................................................................................................................
Controlling The Display Backlight115................................................................................................................................................................
Locking And Unlocking The Keypad And Controls116................................................................................................................................................................
Turning Keypad Tones On Or Off116................................................................................................................................................................
Turning Voice Mute On Or Off116................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Time-out Timer117................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Time And Date117................................................................................................................................................................
Editing The Time And Date117................................................................................................................................................................
Analog Options118................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing The Battery Info Screen121................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing The General Radio Information122................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The Ip Information123................................................................................................................................................................
Voice Announcement124................................................................................................................................................................
Helpful Tips126................................................................................................................................................................
Caring For Your Radio126................................................................................................................................................................
Cleaning Your Radio127................................................................................................................................................................
Handling Your Radio128................................................................................................................................................................
Servicing Your Radio128................................................................................................................................................................
Taking Care Of The Battery129................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The Battery Charge Status129................................................................................................................................................................
Led And Sounds129................................................................................................................................................................
Fuel Gauge Icon129................................................................................................................................................................
Battery Recycling And Disposal130................................................................................................................................................................
Special Channel Assignments131................................................................................................................................................................
Highlights For The Accessories134................................................................................................................................................................
Commercial Warranty140................................................................................................................................................................
Limited Warranty140................................................................................................................................................................
Motorola APX 6000 User Manual

Motorola APX 6000 User Manual (100 pages)

Brand: Motorola | Category: Two-Way Radio | Size: 4.04 MB
Table of contents
Declaration Of Conformity5................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents7................................................................................................................................................................
Important Safety Information12................................................................................................................................................................
Software Version13................................................................................................................................................................
Computer Software Copyrights16................................................................................................................................................................
Getting Started19................................................................................................................................................................
Additional Performance Enhancement20................................................................................................................................................................
Can Tell You21................................................................................................................................................................
Charging The Battery22................................................................................................................................................................
Attaching The Antenna23................................................................................................................................................................
Attaching The Accessory Connector Cover24................................................................................................................................................................
Turning On The Radio25................................................................................................................................................................
Adjusting The Volume26................................................................................................................................................................
Radio Parts And Controls27................................................................................................................................................................
Programmable Features28................................................................................................................................................................
Assignable Settings Or Utility Functions29................................................................................................................................................................
Push-to-talk (ptt) Button30................................................................................................................................................................
Led Indicator33................................................................................................................................................................
Intelligent Lighting Indicators34................................................................................................................................................................
Alert Tones35................................................................................................................................................................
General Radio Operation39................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting A Radio Channel40................................................................................................................................................................
Receiving And Responding To A Talkgroup Call41................................................................................................................................................................
Making A Radio Call42................................................................................................................................................................
Repeater Or Direct Operation43................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring A Channel44................................................................................................................................................................
Advanced Features45................................................................................................................................................................
Requesting A Reprogram (trunking Only)46................................................................................................................................................................
Classifying Regrouped Radios47................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing And Changing The Priority Status48................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting A Nuisance Channel49................................................................................................................................................................
Call Alert Paging50................................................................................................................................................................
Sending An Emergency Alarm51................................................................................................................................................................
Emergency Call52................................................................................................................................................................
Sending A Silent Emergency Alarm53................................................................................................................................................................
Fireground (conventional Only)54................................................................................................................................................................
Responding To Evacuation Indicator55................................................................................................................................................................
Tactical Public Safety(tps) (conventional Only)56................................................................................................................................................................
Man Down57................................................................................................................................................................
Pre-alert Timer58................................................................................................................................................................
Triggering Emergency59................................................................................................................................................................
Testing The Man Down Feature60................................................................................................................................................................
Secure Operations61................................................................................................................................................................
Managing Encryption62................................................................................................................................................................
Erasing The Selected Encryption Keys63................................................................................................................................................................
Mdc Over-the-air Rekeying (otar)64................................................................................................................................................................
Trunking System Controls65................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Site Trunking Feature66................................................................................................................................................................
Bluetooth67................................................................................................................................................................
Bluetooth Drop Timer68................................................................................................................................................................
Indicating The Bluetooth Connection Is Lost70................................................................................................................................................................
Audio Device71................................................................................................................................................................
Utilities72................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting The Power Level73................................................................................................................................................................
Controlling The Display Backlight74................................................................................................................................................................
Locking And Unlocking The Controls75................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Time-out Timer76................................................................................................................................................................
Digital Options77................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Digital Ptt Id Feature78................................................................................................................................................................
Voice Announcement79................................................................................................................................................................
Helpful Tips80................................................................................................................................................................
Cleaning Your Radio81................................................................................................................................................................
Handling Your Radio82................................................................................................................................................................
Taking Care Of The Battery83................................................................................................................................................................
Battery Recycling And Disposal84................................................................................................................................................................
Accessories85................................................................................................................................................................
Frequency Range86................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Frequency Requirements87................................................................................................................................................................
And Safety Frequencies89................................................................................................................................................................
Glossary90................................................................................................................................................................
Commercial Warranty94................................................................................................................................................................
Motorola APX 6000 User Manual

Motorola APX 6000 User Manual (96 pages)

Model 1  
Brand: Motorola | Category: Two-Way Radio | Size: 1.23 MB
Table of contents
Declaration Of Conformity5................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents7................................................................................................................................................................
Important Safety Information13................................................................................................................................................................
Software Version14................................................................................................................................................................
Computer Software Copyrights16................................................................................................................................................................
Getting Started17................................................................................................................................................................
How To Use This Guide17................................................................................................................................................................
Notations Used In This Manual17................................................................................................................................................................
Additional Performance Enhancement18................................................................................................................................................................
Dynamic System Resilience (dsr)18................................................................................................................................................................
Crosstalk Prevention18................................................................................................................................................................
Encrypted Integrated Data (eid)18................................................................................................................................................................
Securenet18................................................................................................................................................................
Can Tell You19................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing Your Radio For Use19................................................................................................................................................................
Charging The Battery20................................................................................................................................................................
Battery Charger20................................................................................................................................................................
Attaching The Battery20................................................................................................................................................................
Attaching The Antenna21................................................................................................................................................................
Attaching The Accessory Connector Cover22................................................................................................................................................................
Attaching The Belt Clip23................................................................................................................................................................
Adjusting The Volume24................................................................................................................................................................
Identifying Radio Controls25................................................................................................................................................................
Radio Parts And Controls26................................................................................................................................................................
Programmable Features27................................................................................................................................................................
Assignable Radio Functions27................................................................................................................................................................
Assignable Settings Or Utility Functions28................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing The Preprogrammed Functions28................................................................................................................................................................
Push-to-talk (ptt) Button29................................................................................................................................................................
Identifying Status Indicators29................................................................................................................................................................
Status Icons29................................................................................................................................................................
Led Indicator32................................................................................................................................................................
Intelligent Lighting Indicators33................................................................................................................................................................
Alert Tones34................................................................................................................................................................
General Radio Operation38................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting A Zone38................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting A Radio Channel39................................................................................................................................................................
Receiving And Responding To A Radio Call39................................................................................................................................................................
Receiving And Responding To A Talkgroup Call40................................................................................................................................................................
Making A Radio Call42................................................................................................................................................................
Making A Talkgroup Call42................................................................................................................................................................
Repeater Or Direct Operation42................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring Features43................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring A Channel43................................................................................................................................................................
Conventional Mode Operation43................................................................................................................................................................
Advanced Features44................................................................................................................................................................
Advanced Call Features44................................................................................................................................................................
Requesting A Reprogram (trunking Only)45................................................................................................................................................................
Classifying Regrouped Radios46................................................................................................................................................................
Scan Lists46................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing A Scan List46................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing And Changing The Priority Status47................................................................................................................................................................
Scan47................................................................................................................................................................
Turning Scan On Or Off47................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting A Nuisance Channel48................................................................................................................................................................
Restoring A Nuisance Channel48................................................................................................................................................................
Call Alert Paging49................................................................................................................................................................
Receiving A Call Alert49................................................................................................................................................................
Emergency Operation49................................................................................................................................................................
Sending An Emergency Alarm50................................................................................................................................................................
Sending An Emergency Call (trunking Only)50................................................................................................................................................................
Emergency Call51................................................................................................................................................................
Sending A Silent Emergency Alarm52................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Emergency Keep-alive Feature52................................................................................................................................................................
Fireground (conventional Only)53................................................................................................................................................................
Entering Fireground Zone Channel53................................................................................................................................................................
Responding To Evacuation Indicator54................................................................................................................................................................
Tactical Public Safety(tps) (conventional Only)55................................................................................................................................................................
Using Tps Normal Transmission55................................................................................................................................................................
Man Down56................................................................................................................................................................
Pre-alert Timer57................................................................................................................................................................
Post-alert Timer57................................................................................................................................................................
Triggered57................................................................................................................................................................
Triggering Emergency58................................................................................................................................................................
Exiting Man Down Feature58................................................................................................................................................................
Re-initiating Man Down58................................................................................................................................................................
Testing The Man Down Feature59................................................................................................................................................................
Secure Operations60................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting Secure Transmissions60................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting Clear Transmissions60................................................................................................................................................................
Managing Encryption61................................................................................................................................................................
Loading An Encryption Key61................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Multikey Feature61................................................................................................................................................................
Erasing The Selected Encryption Keys62................................................................................................................................................................
Mdc Over-the-air Rekeying (otar)63................................................................................................................................................................
Infinite Ukek Retention63................................................................................................................................................................
Hear Clear63................................................................................................................................................................
Trunking System Controls64................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Failsoft System64................................................................................................................................................................
Going Out Of Range64................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Site Trunking Feature65................................................................................................................................................................
Locking And Unlocking A Site65................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing And Changing A Site65................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The Current Site65................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Current Site65................................................................................................................................................................
Bluetooth66................................................................................................................................................................
Turning The Bluetooth On66................................................................................................................................................................
Turning The Bluetooth Off66................................................................................................................................................................
Re-pair Timer66................................................................................................................................................................
Bluetooth Drop Timer67................................................................................................................................................................
Indicating The Bluetooth Connection Is Lost69................................................................................................................................................................
Device69................................................................................................................................................................
Clearing All Bluetooth Devices Information70................................................................................................................................................................
Programming Over Project 25 (pop 25) (astro70................................................................................................................................................................
Utilities71................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Flip Display71................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting A Basic Zone Bank71................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting An Enhanced Zone Bank71................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting The Power Level72................................................................................................................................................................
Controlling The Display Backlight72................................................................................................................................................................
Locking And Unlocking The Controls73................................................................................................................................................................
Turning Voice Mute On Or Off73................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Time-out Timer73................................................................................................................................................................
Features74................................................................................................................................................................
Analog Options74................................................................................................................................................................
Digital Options75................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Pl Defeat Feature75................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Digital Ptt Id Feature76................................................................................................................................................................
Voice Announcement77................................................................................................................................................................
Helpful Tips78................................................................................................................................................................
Caring For Your Radio78................................................................................................................................................................
Cleaning Your Radio79................................................................................................................................................................
Handling Your Radio80................................................................................................................................................................
Servicing Your Radio80................................................................................................................................................................
Taking Care Of The Battery81................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The Battery Charge Status81................................................................................................................................................................
Led And Sounds81................................................................................................................................................................
Fuel Gauge Icon81................................................................................................................................................................
Battery Recycling And Disposal82................................................................................................................................................................
Accessories83................................................................................................................................................................
Highlights For The Accessories83................................................................................................................................................................
Frequency Range84................................................................................................................................................................
Special Channel Assignments84................................................................................................................................................................
Emergency Channel84................................................................................................................................................................
Non-commercial Call Channel84................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Frequency Requirements85................................................................................................................................................................
Commercial Warranty91................................................................................................................................................................
Limited Warranty91................................................................................................................................................................
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Table of contents
Charging The Battery6................................................................................................................................................................
Attaching The Battery6................................................................................................................................................................
Attaching The Antenna7................................................................................................................................................................
Turning On The Radio9................................................................................................................................................................
Adjusting The Volume10................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing The Preprogrammed Functions12................................................................................................................................................................
Identifying Status Indicators13................................................................................................................................................................
Status Icons13................................................................................................................................................................
Led Indicator19................................................................................................................................................................
Alert Tones21................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting A Zone25................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting A Radio Channel26................................................................................................................................................................
Receiving And Responding To A Radio Call27................................................................................................................................................................
Making A Radio Call28................................................................................................................................................................
Repeater Or Direct Operation29................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring Features30................................................................................................................................................................
Scan Lists31................................................................................................................................................................
Emergency Operation35................................................................................................................................................................
Controlling The Display Backlight47................................................................................................................................................................
Taking Care Of The Battery53................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents55................................................................................................................................................................
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Brand: Motorola | Category: Two-Way Radio | Size: 5.39 MB
Table of contents
Operating Instructions7................................................................................................................................................................
Approved Accessories8................................................................................................................................................................
Additional Information9................................................................................................................................................................
Driver Safety11................................................................................................................................................................
Visor Microphone Installation20................................................................................................................................................................
Antenna Installation20................................................................................................................................................................
Vehicles With An Air Bag29................................................................................................................................................................
Operational Cautions30................................................................................................................................................................
Antenna Information30................................................................................................................................................................
Product Safety And Rf Exposure Compliance33................................................................................................................................................................
Led Indications37................................................................................................................................................................
Operating The Radio38................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Volume38................................................................................................................................................................
Battery Charging38................................................................................................................................................................

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