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Model 390-P TETRA/PEI Radio Remote System Product Manual 025-9659C

Model 390-P TETRA/PEI Radio Remote System Product Manual

025-9659C

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This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.

EMC Compliance Standards

This product meets the requirements of the standards listed below.

FCC Part 15 – Radiated & Conducted Emissions (USA)ICES-003 – Radiated & Conducted Emissions (Canada)

EN 55022 – Radiated & Conducted Emissions (Europe & Australia)

EN 55024 – Immunity (Europe)

Safety Compliance Standards

AS/NZS 60950 (Australia)

Regulatory Compliance Markings

Product Certification Markings:

FCC Part 15 (USA)

CE (Europe)

C-tick (Australia)

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Safety Summary

STOP
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Warning!

For your safety and the protection of the equipment, observe these precautions when installing or servicing Zetron equipment.

Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the equipment or included in documentation.

Only technically qualified service personnel are permitted to install or service the equipment.

Be aware of and avoid contact with areas subject to high voltage or amperage. Because some components can store dangerous charges even after power is disconnected, always discharge components before touching.

Never insert objects of any kind through openings in the equipment. Conductive foreign objects could produce a short circuit that could cause fire, electrical shock, or equipment damage.

Remove rings, watches, and other metallic objects from your body before opening equipment. These could be electrical shock or burn hazards.

Ensure that a proper electrostatic discharge device is used, to prevent damage to electronic components.

Do not attempt internal service of equipment unless another person, capable of rendering aid and resuscitation, is present.

Do not work near rotating fans unless absolutely necessary. Exercise caution to prevent fans from taking in foreign objects, including hair, clothing, and loose objects.

Use care when moving equipment, especially rack-mounted modules, which could become unstable. Certain items may be heavy. Use proper care when lifting.

Released first edition, Rev A, 20 Mar 2012 Released first edition, Rev B, 14 Sep 2012

Added mention of the MTM540 cable (part number 709-8019) to the Specifications section, please see pages 11 and 12

Added a note explaining that the remote system was still limited to a single folder of radio IDs in DMO mode regardless of the capabilities of the MTM5400 radio, see DMO Group Mode on page 24

Added a description of the radio requirements for the MTM5400, see Radio Requirements on page 52

Updated the description of the MTM800E interface cable, 709-7980, to cover recent changes to the cable design, see Interface to MTM800E Connections on page 61

Added a table of connections and cable drawing for the MTM540 cable, 709-8019, see Interface to MTM5400 Connections on page 62

Added a section to the Troubleshooting chapter covering steps to be taken in the case of a momentary power disruption or a brown out that disrupts normal operation, see Service Hints starting on page 95

Change List Rev C, 26 July 2013

Added a Caution statement on page 55 to not plug the fist-microphones into the MTM8900E or MTM5400 radio control heads as this is known to cause audio distortion issues.

Change the Control Head Rear Alternative Accessory Connected Parameter to “Unchecked or Disabled” on page 53.

Contents

Contents

Introduction

7

System Features

7

Standard Remote

8

Model 390 Options

9

Typical Configuration

9

Using the Documentation

10

Who Should Read This Manual?

10

Using This Manual

10

Other

Documents

10

Specifications

11

General System Specifications

11

Model 390 Remote to Radio Interface Connection

11

Audio Interface

12

General Remote Specifications

12

General Radio Interface Specifications

12

Options

13

Operation

15

Radio Functions

16

Radio Operations based on Menus

18

Call Type Modes

19

TMO Group Mode

19

DMO Group Mode

24

Private Mode

27

Phone Mode

32

Message Send Mode

37

Message Mail Mode

42

Additional Model 390 Remote Functions

44

LCD Icons

47

LEDs

48

Audio Accessories

49

Installation

51

Overview

51

Required Equipment

52

Model 390-P TETRA/PEI

Installation Phases

52

Radio Requirements

52

Phase 1 — Configuring System Components

53

Radio Configuration

53

Interface Hardware Configuration

53

Remote Hardware

Configuration

56

Phase 2 — Connecting System Components

58

In-building Wiring

58

Radio Connections

59

Interface Connections

61

Remote Connections

63

Wall Mounting a Remote

64

Phase 3 — Initializing the System

66

Power-up

66

Level Setting

67

Configuring the System

69

Requirements

69

Setup

70

Computer to Model 390-P Radio Interface Direct Connection

70

Computer to Model 390-P Radio Interface Connection over a Network

71

HTTP Access

71

Connecting

72

Viewing and Modifying System Configuration

73

Viewing and Modifying User Configuration

74

Saving the Configuration to Disk

74

Saving the Event Log to Disk

75

Viewing the Firmware and Configuration Versions

76

Reverting to a Previous Firmware or Configuration Version

76

Rebooting the Model 390-P Radio Interface

77

Logging Out

77

FTP Access

78

Firmware Upgrade Procedure

79

Configuration Reference

80

System Parameters

80

Radio Parameters

82

Deskset Parameters

84

User Parameters

86

Troubleshooting and Repair

Service Hints

Index

95

95

99

System Features

Introduction

The Model 390-P TETRA/PEI Radio Remote system controls a remotely located Motorola “Mobile” MTM800E or MTM5400 radio on a TETRA trunked system. The Zetron system includes the Model 390 TETRA Radio Remote and a Model 390-P Radio Interface (shown in Figure 1).

Figure 1: Model 390 TETRA/PEI Radio Remote and Model 390-P Radio Interface

390 TETRA/PEI Radio Remote and Model 390-P Radio Interface System Features • Extended local remote control

System Features

Extended local remote control of Motorola MTM800E and MTM5400 TETRA PEI radios

Radio controls, indicators, and modes are supported on the Model 390 TETRA/PEI Remotes with a comfortable, easy-to-use keypad layout

All radio progress tones passed to the Model 390 Remotes

Up to 15 Model 390 TETRA/PEI Remotes allowed to control a single radio

Muting of parallel Model 390 Remotes by using secure mode

Introduction

Intercom function between Model 390 Remotes without keying the radio

Electret microphone and Transmit key for speaker-phone style operation

Handset with PTT switch and hook switch speaker mute

Connections provided for an optional desk microphone, an external amplified speaker, and an external recording device

AGC (automatic gain control) on both transmit and receive audio

Volume knob control of both front panel speaker and handset earpiece

Supervisor takeover output

Alarm outputs at each remote for incoming emergency and private calls

Modular connectors and pre-set levels for easy installation

Automatic restart of the radio if it shuts down

Remote may be placed on a desk or wall mounted

Standard Remote

The Model 390 Remote is the desktop part of the system and consists of a radio handset, an LCD to indicate radio status, and a set of typical remote function keys, which include:

• Scroll keys • Select and Cancel keys • Menu, Group, and Private Call keys
• Scroll keys
• Select and Cancel keys
• Menu, Group, and Private Call keys
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• Emergency key
• Message Send and Message Mail keys
• Direct Mode key
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Each remote function activates features similar to those provided on the radio control head. Additional controls include a transmit key for front panel microphone PTT, volume knob for speaker and earpiece, automatic power up of the radio, remote radio reset, and numeric entry from a keypad.

The remotes incorporate additional features including:

Intercom mode

Receive audio mute

Secure mode for privacy

Privileged supervisor functions

In addition, the remotes have many LEDs and LCD icons that provide functional information to the user.

Typical Configuration

Model 390 Options

The headset interface box (part number 950-9674) provides an interface to replace the handset with a headset for hands-free communication.

There are connections for a desk microphone (part number 905-0330 or 905-0329), external speakers, recorder, headset (see Options on page 13) and footswitch PTT (Part No. 950-9102).

Two different wall transformers are available to power the remotes: 220 V, 50 Hz (Part No. 815-9028), and 115 V, 60 Hz (Part No. 815-9033).

Typical Configuration

Figure 2 shows a typical Model 390 TETRA/PEI Radio Remote system installation. Up to 15 Model 390-P Remotes can be connected in parallel to control a single radio. Each remote can be located up to 600 meters from the radio and are connected to the Model 390 Radio Interface with three pairs of in-building twisted wire. The Radio Interface is co-located with the radio and is connected to the radio with a Zetron supplied cable, part number 709-7980.

Figure 2: Typical System Configuration

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Introduction

Installation is simple because the audio levels come pre-set from the factory, and the default configuration settings are ideal for most applications. Furthermore, maintenance and repair are minimized because of the advanced microprocessor circuitry used in the design of these products.

Using the Documentation

Who Should Read This Manual?

This manual is for the radio remote system integrators, installation technicians, and service technicians.

It is assumed that the reader is familiar with the operation of either the Motorola MTM800E or the MTM5400 TETRA/PEI radios. To reprogram the radio interface, the reader should also be able to use Windows Internet Explorer over a network connection to access the radio interface browser-based programming mode.

Using This Manual

To get the most out of reading this manual, first read Operation, starting on page 15, to understand the functioning of the remotes. Then read Installation, starting on page 51, in its entirety before starting to install the equipment.

If your system needs special tailoring, read Configuring the System, starting on page 69. For service and repair information, read Troubleshooting and Repair, starting on page 95.

Other Documents

You should have access to either the Motorola MTM800E or the MTM5400 radio user guide and to the Zetron Model 390 TETRA Radio Remote user guide (Part No. 062- 0016). For help when using the radio interface browser-based programming mode, consult Configuring the System starting on page 69.

Specifications

Specifications

General System Specifications

Radio types

Motorola MTM800E and MTM5400 mobile radios used on TETRA/PEI systems.

Operation

The Model 390 display provides an experience that is somewhat different than using the MTM800E Control Head; however, most of the radio features are still available through the desktop remote.

Maximum number of remotes

15 in parallel

Maximum distance from any remote to the radio

Approx. 600 m (2000 feet)

Indicators

LCD shows radio status messages and menus

LCD icons for active trunked-mode scan list, RSSI/single site trunking, and “in-use”

LEDs for TX, system (service), phone call, direct mode (DMO), message send mode, group call, emergency, private call, intercom, mute, secure mode, and message mail mode

Controls

Scroll keys, Cancel key, Select key, Phone Call key, Direct Mode (DMO) key, Message Mail key, Message Send Mode key, Menu key, Group Call key, Emergency key, Private Call key, Intercom key, Mute key, Secure Mode key, Transmit (PTT) key, hook switch, and individual Volume knob

Radio reset is available.

Progress tones

Passes all radio progress tones (see the radio’s user guide for details)

Language support

Language support is limited to English only at this time

Model 390 Remote to Radio Interface Connection

Connection scheme

Any (T, star, multi-drop)

Wire type

Telephone grade, 24 gauge (0.6 mm diameter) or larger, twisted pairs

Number of conductors

6 (3 pairs)

Connectors

6-conductor telco modular (RJ11)

Introduction

Audio Interface

Standard audio interface

Front panel microphone and speaker or handset with hook switch front panel speaker mute and PTT switch

Desk microphone interface

Screw terminals for connection of an external dynamic desk microphone

External amplified speaker interface

Screw terminals for connection of an external amplified speaker (Nominal 600 Ω output)

Recorder interface

Screw terminals for connection of an external recording device - single ended audio (Nominal 600 Ω, 0 dBm output) and a control line to activate the recorder when audio is present (FET pull to ground)

Headset interface

Allow connection of a 4- or 6-wire headset in place of the handset

Footswitch PTT control

Screw terminals are provided to connect a footswitch for PTT control of the front panel microphone or a desk microphone, and a headset

Automatic gain control

Present on both transmit and receive audio

General Remote Specifications

Power

Screw terminals accept either of the following:

12

to 16 Vdc at 600 mA, or

12

Vac at 1A, 50/60 Hz from an optional wall transformer

(115 Vac and 220 Vac transformers available)

Mounting

Desk or wall mount

Operating temperature

0° to +60° Celsius

Size

11.2 cm x 21.1 cm x 24.1 cm (HxWxD)

General Radio Interface Specifications

Power

12 Vdc at 1A, from external supply

Mounting

Co-located with the radio

Connections to radio

DE-15 connector to radio interface

DE-9 connector to mobile radio, both radios

16-pin Motorola radio connector to MTM800E radio, cable # 709-7980

26-pin Motorola radio connector to MTM5400 radio, cable # 709-8019 (or the 16-pin cable 709-7980 if interfaced to a dash-mount radio using the Motorola junction box, part number GMLN5089)

Connections to Model 390 remotes

Ethernet connector

6-conductor RJ11

RJ45 jack, used primarily for programming the unit

Specifications

Indicators

Power/Status, radio and remote communication indicators

Operating temperature

0° to +60° Celsius

Size

3.2 cm x 19.4 cm x 24.8 cm (HxWxD)

Weight

Approx. 0.9 kg

Options

Headsets

4-wire

4-wire, noise cancelling

6-wire

6-wire, noise cancelling

part number 950-0031 part number 950-0033 part number 950-0030 part number 950-0032

Headset interface box

part number 950-9674

Desk microphone

part number 905-0329 part number 905-0330

Footswitch

part number 950-9102

Wall transformers

115

Vac, 60 Hz

part number 815-9033

220

Vac, 50 Hz

part number 815-9028

Introduction

Specifications

Operation

This section describes the operation of the Model 390 Radio Remote. The functions that mimic the radio are described first, followed by a description of additional functions provided on the remote. Next, the display and LED indicators are explained. The section ends with a description of the available audio options for the remote.

This section does not attempt to explain how to operate the radio. For a full description of the radio itself, its features, and operation, please refer to the radio’s user guide.

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Operation

Radio Functions

This section describes the front panel controls of the Model 390 desktop unit in detail.

 

Control

Description

LCD

The liquid crystal display (LCD) of the Model 390-P Remote shows the current radio status. Typical information displayed includes current call information, aliases, and a data or status message. The LCD also shows a set of status icons on the top row (see LCD Icons on page 47).

Volume

The volume level of the front panel speaker and the handset earpiece are adjusted at the same time by turning the Volume knob.

Scroll Keys

These keys allow a user to scroll through lists and menus.

These keys allow a user to scroll through lists and menus. Cancel Key This key is
These keys allow a user to scroll through lists and menus. Cancel Key This key is

Cancel Key

This key is used to cancel a call, erase an entry, or escape from a menu.

to cancel a call, erase an entry, or escape from a menu. Select Key To select

Select Key

To select options when the appears in the display, press this key. It can also be used to select other options, such as the desired talkgroup.

used to select other options, such as the desired talkgroup. Phone Call Key This key places

Phone Call Key

This key places the radio into phone mode, which allows connection to the phone system on equipped systems.

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Direct Mode (DMO) Key

This key allows local radio-to-radio communications without using the repeater. This function is typically used if a site is down or unreachable for some reason. When in direct mode, the LED next to the key will be on. The same radio functions allowed in direct mode are available through the remote. To enter the direct mode, hold this key down for a few seconds until the mode initiates. (This is indicated by the red LED next to the key turning on.)

Pressing and holding the key while in the DMO mode will cause the red LED next to the button to turn off, indicating that the radio is now operating in the TMO mode.

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Message Mail Key

This key places the deskset into message mail mode. In this mode, the operator may read messages that have been received by the radio.

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Status Mode Key

This key allows a status or text message to be sent over the radio. Use the keypad or scroll keys to select the appropriate message, and press PTT to send.

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Menu Key

This key is used to access the menu mode of operation. Which menu appears

depends on the operating mode of the Model 390 system when the Menu key is

depends on the operating mode of the Model 390 system when the Menu key is pressed. For more details, see Radio Operations based on Menus on page

18.

Group Call Key

This key puts the radio into group mode. The current group will be displayed.

radio into group mode. The current group will be displayed. Emergency Key This key allows the

Emergency Key

This key allows the remote to send an emergency call (see the radio user

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guide for more information).

Radio Functions

Control

Description

Private Call Key

This key shifts the system from Group call mode (GSSI) to Private call mode (calling individual radios by ISSI). Use the alphanumeric keypad to select a recipient or use the Scroll keys to select from a list. (The Model 390 Interface may be configured to trigger an external remote output on receipt of a private call.)

an external remote output on receipt of a private call.) Transmit (PTT) Key To key the

Transmit (PTT) Key

To key the radio, first select the recipient or group, using the appropriate keys, and then press the Transmit key on the remote. There will be a delay while the radio negotiates and acquires a channel. This delay is dependent on the radio and traffic on the system.

If the recipient is unavailable or the system is busy, a tone is heard and the LCD displays any message from the radio. Once the channel has been acquired, the TX LED turns on to indicate that the unit is transmitting.

TX
TX

Now begin speaking into the Model 390 Remote. Its internal microphone is located near the front, right edge of the unit, and picks up a person’s voice at an arm’s distance, though audio quality improves as the distance is decreased. Release the Transmit key to hear receive audio from the front panel speaker.

To use the handset to key the radio, remove it from the cradle. Press the PTT bar and wait for the TX LED to come on steady. Speak into the handset mouthpiece. Release the PTT bar to hear receive audio from the handset earpiece.

Note: You must always use either the TX key or the PTT bar on the handset in order to transmit your speech to the radio. This applies even in the phone mode.

To clear down a call, press the Cancel, Group, or another mode key.

Star Key

This key is the one used to enter the character usually thought of as the DTMF “*”.

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Alphanumeric Keypad

These keys function as a 12-key keypad for alphanumeric entry, dialing, or selecting a talkgroup. While laid out and labeled similar to a keypad, it does not actually produce DTMF tones.

Hook Switch

The hook switch on the remote has the same function as that of the hook/clear button on the rear of the radio’s mic. This allows a user to cancel or clear down a call by placing the handset on hook.

Progress Tones

All progress tones generated by the radio will be heard either from the front panel speaker or from the handset earpiece, depending upon whether or not the handset is off hook.

Operation

Radio Operations based on Menus

A large portion of the utility of the Model 390-P Remote system is realized through the

menus that are accessed by pressing the Menu button ( remote LCD display.

accessed by pressing the Menu button ( remote LCD display. ) to open menus in the

) to open menus in the desktop

Which menu opens and the options available to the operator will depend on what mode the system was operating in when the menu button was pressed. Figure 4 shows a brief listing of operating modes and the menus that match each one of them.

Figure 4: Model 390 Menus Accessed based on Operating Mode in use

Operating Mode in effect when Menu button is pressed

Resulting Menu entered

TMO mode

DMO mode

TMO group menu |-- 1 abc |-- 2 Foldr Search |-- 1 abc |-- 2 Foldr Search

|-- 3 Scanning ---|

|

|-- 1 On

|

|-- 2 Off

|

|-- 3 Select List --|

|

|-- 1 Scan List 1

|-- 4 View Speed #

|-- 2 Scan List 2 |-- 3 Scan List 3 |-- 4 Scan List 4 |-- 5 Scan List 5

DMO group menu |-- 1 abc |-- 2 Foldr Search |-- 1 abc |-- 2 Foldr Search

Private

mode

Phone

mode

Message

Send mode

Message

Mail mode

Private menu |-- 1 abc Find |-- 2 Locn Find |-- 3 Missed Calls |-- 4 Own |-- 1 abc Find |-- 2 Locn Find |-- 3 Missed Calls |-- 4 Own Number

Phone menu |-- 1 abc Find |-- 2 Locn Find |-- 3 Missed Calls |-- 1 abc Find |-- 2 Locn Find |-- 3 Missed Calls

|-- 2 Text Message -- Select Text Messagemenu |-- 1 abc Find |-- 2 Locn Find |-- 3 Missed Calls Message Type menu

Message Type menu

Message Destination

|-- 1 Status Message -- Select Status Message --|-- 1 Private

--|-- 2 Group

Message menu -- Select Message --|-- 1 Read |-- 2 Erase |-- 3 Erase All -- Select Message --|-- 1 Read |-- 2 Erase |-- 3 Erase All

Radio Operations based on Menus

The top line of the desktop remote LCD display is reserved for the display of various icon symbols used to indicate the system’s current state. The menus will always appear on the bottom three lines of the display in a format similar to the following:

(line 1) Name of Menu (line 2) 1First item (line 3) 2 Second item

The “check” character () appearing between the number and the text on line 2 or 3 of

the menu indicates which menu item currently has focus. The scroll keys (

used to move the check up or down the menu, thus shifting the focus. When the Select

button (

the menu, thus shifting the focus. When the Select button ( ) can be ) is

) can be

thus shifting the focus. When the Select button ( ) can be ) is pressed this

) is pressed this menu item will be acted on.

Alternatively, you can just enter the item number directly from the numeric keypad to invoke it.

Call Type Modes

There are three mutually exclusive calltype modes, Group, Private, and PABX/Phone. These are described in sections that follow. The active calltype mode is usually indicated by a steadily lit LED. However, missed Private and PABX/Phone calls can cause their respective LEDs to blink.

The radio is operating in one of the Group Call modes if the LED next to the Group key is on and the LEDs next to the Private and Phone keys are either off or flashing. Which one of the Group modes the radio is in is indicated by the condition of the LED for the DMO key. If it is on, the radio is in DMO Group mode. If it is off, the radio is in TMO Group mode.

TMO Group Mode

The Group LED is on and the Private/Phone LEDs are either off or flashing

The DMO key LED is off, indicating Trunked (TMO) operation

The idle display in Group calltype mode shows currently selected talkgroup folder name on line 1, and the currently selected talkgroup on line 2. If no talkgroup alias is available (zero-length), display the GSSI. The currently selected talkgroup and talkgroup folder is remembered, selected, and displayed for both TMO and DMO when returning to Group calltype mode from one of the other calltype modes.

(line 1) folder name (line 2) talkgroup (line 3)

or

(alias if available)

Operation

(line 1) folder name (line 2) Group:1001 (line 3)

(GSSI if alias is not available)

To enter the Group calltype mode from one of the other calltype modes (Private or PABX/Phone), press the Group key (

).

modes (Private or PABX/Phone), press the Group key ( ). The Group calltype mode does not
modes (Private or PABX/Phone), press the Group key ( ). The Group calltype mode does not

The Group calltype mode does not time out.

Note

The talkgroup may be selected in a number of ways. The following subsections describe the alternate methods for talkgroup selection.

Alpha Search

Selecting a talkgroup by using the alpha search option:

1. Press the Menu key (

by using the alpha search option: 1. Press the Menu key ( ) while the system

) while the system is operating in the TMO Group mode.

2. From the Group menu displayed, use the scroll keys ( “1 abc” from the menu and then press the Select key (

“ 1 abc ” from the menu and then press the Select key ( ) to

) to select the item ). Alternatively, you

can select this item by pressing the “1” key.

3. The display on the remote will show the first talkgroup alias from the alphabetically sorted list.

(line 1) AquaVelva

(alias)

(line 2) 1001 (line 3)

(GSSI)

If no talkgroups are defined, “No Talkgroup” is displayed on line 1, with lines 2 and 3 blank.

4. Press any of the dial keypad keys to display a talkgroup:

For example, pressing “2” selects the first alphabetically sorted talkgroup starting with “A”, if one exists. If no “A” entries exist, the first “B” is selected. If no “B” entries exist, the first “C” is selected. If none of “A”, “B”, and “C” exist, “No Talkgroup” is displayed on line 1, with lines 2 and 3 blank.

If “A” is found when “2” is pressed, the next press of “2” looks for, in this order, “B”, “C”, “A”. If “B” is found when “2” is pressed, the next press of “2” looks for, in this order, “C”, “A”, “B”. If “C” is found when “2” is pressed, the next press of “2” looks for, in this order, “A”, “B”, “C”. “No Talkgroup” is displayed in each case if none of “A”, “B”, and “C” exist. Similarly, “3” selects “D”, “E”, or “F”, and “4” selects “G”, “H”, or “I”, and so forth. Pressing the digits “0” or “1” selects talkgroup aliases beginning with numbers. Pressing the “*” or “#” keys selects talkgroup aliases beginning with symbols. All of the talkgroups will be displayed as shown in step 3.

5. Additional presses of the dial keypad keys will display different talkgroups beginning with different letters, numbers, or symbols.

Radio Operations based on Menus

6. The scroll keys (

Radio Operations based on Menus 6. The scroll keys ( ) may be used to move

) may be used to move up or down through the talkgroup

list starting with whichever group is currently displayed. If your starting point is

the “No Talkgroup” error message, then pressing the left arrow ( to the last talkgroup in the list, while pressing the right arrow (

the first talkgroup in the list. The scroll keys always wrap around to the other end of the list, in whichever direction you are going.

other end of the list, in whichever direction you are going. ) moves you ) moves

) moves you ) moves you to

7. Once you find the talkgroup you are looking for, press the Select key (

the talkgroup you are looking for, press the Select key ( ) to select that talkgroup.

) to

select that talkgroup. You may press the Cancel key ( the selection process.

) at any time to abandonYou may press the Cancel key ( the selection process. • The Select key ( •

The Select key (

If Select (

any time to abandon • The Select key ( • If Select ( ) is ignored

) is ignored if the “No Talkgroup” message is displayed

) has not been pressed to select a new talkgroup, and the TX

) has not been pressed to select a new talkgroup, and the TX ( T X

( TX ) or PTT is used to key the radio, talkgroup selection is abandoned and the call progresses using the previously selected talkgroup

If 30 seconds elapses without activity and without a new talkgroup selected, then talkgroup selection is abandoned with the previously selected talkgroup redisplayed on line 2 with line 1 showing the folder

Folder Search

TMO talkgroups are arranged in folders that are stored in the radio and uploaded to the M390-P Radio Interface at initialization. In TMO, there can be three levels of folders arranged as follows:

“Top Level”

- contains TMO 1st-level folders

1st level

- contains TMO talkgroups and TMO 2nd-level folders

2nd level

- contains TMO talkgroups only

Selecting a talkgroup by using the folder search option:

1. Press the Menu key (

by using the folder search option: 1. Press the Menu key ( ) while the system

) while the system is operating in the TMO Group mode.

2. From the Group menu displayed, use the scroll keys (

2. From the Group menu displayed, use the scroll keys ( ) to select the item

) to select the item

2 Foldr Search” from the menu and then press the Select key ( Alternatively, you can select this item by pressing the “2” key.

you can select this item by pressing the “2” key. ). 3. The display will look

).

3. The display will look like the following:

(line 1) folder name

(line 2) talkgroup

(alias if available or GSSI)

(line 3)

i/n

Line 2 of the display shows the name or GSSI of the currently selected talkgroup and line 1 shows the name of the folder in which the talkgroup resides, with a left-pointing arrow to the right of the folder name. The “i/n” on line 3 shows an index (i) and number of items (n) contained within the folder.

4. Using the scroll keys (

(n) contained within the folder. 4. Using the scroll keys ( ), you may scroll through

), you may scroll through the available talkgroups

and subfolders contained in the current folder. These will be displayed on line 2.

Subfolder names are indicated by an “F”.

Operation

(line 1) folder name (line 2) F subfolder

(line 3)

i/n

5. Press the Select key (

) to make the talkgroup displayed on line 2 the currently(line 2) F subfolder (line 3) i/n 5. Press the Select key ( selected talkgroup. The

selected talkgroup. The left-arrow then disappears from line 1 of the display.

6. Pressing the Cancel key (

from line 1 of the display. 6. Pressing the Cancel key ( ) moves the focus

) moves the focus of the system up one level in the

folder tree. The folder name previously displayed on line 1 moves down to line 2, and that folder’s parent folder name appears on line 1. When you reach the top level in the folder tree, the label “Top Level” is displayed on line 1 and any additional pressing of the Cancel key will make no changes.

Press and hold the Cancel key (

will make no changes. • Press and hold the Cancel key ( ) for 1 second

) for 1 second in order to exit the folder

selection process without changing the currently selected folder.

If Select (

changing the currently selected folder. • If Select ( ) has not been pressed to select

) has not been pressed to select a new talkgroup, and the TX

) has not been pressed to select a new talkgroup, and the TX ( T X

( TX ) or PTT is used to key the radio, talkgroup selection is abandoned and the call progresses using the previously selected talkgroup

If 30 seconds elapses without activity and without a new talkgroup selected, then talkgroup selection is abandoned with the previously selected talkgroup redisplayed on line 2 with line 1 showing the folder

TMO Scanning

on line 2 with line 1 showing the folder TMO Scanning Note Scanning applies only to

Note

Scanning applies only to TMO Group mode operations. There is no scanning capability available for DMO Group mode operations.

Turning on the scanning mode operation:

1. Press the Menu key (

) while the system is operating in the TMO Group mode.on the scanning mode operation: 1. Press the Menu key ( 2. From the Group menu

2. From the Group menu displayed, use the scroll keys (

2. From the Group menu displayed, use the scroll keys ( ) to select the item

) to select the item

).

3 Scanning” from the menu and then press the Select key ( Alternatively, you can select this item by pressing the “3” key.

3. A new menu appears in the display offering:

(line 1)

(line 2)

(line 3)

Scanning 1 On 2 Off 3 Select List

(not on display initially)

4. Turn on the scanning mode by using the scroll keys ( “1 On” from the menu and then press the Select key (

( “ 1 On ” from the menu and then press the Select key ( )

) to select the item ). Alternatively, you

can select this item by pressing the “1” key.

5. The system will automatically exit the Menu mode and return to the TMO Group mode. The scan list in use icon will appear at the left end of the top line in the

LCD display as a number between 1 and 5 displayed in inverse video. ( The number used indicates the scan list in use.

1
1

to

5
5

).

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Turning off the scanning mode operation:

1. Press the Menu key (

) while the system is operating in the TMO Group mode.off the scanning mode operation: 1. Press the Menu key ( 2. From the Group menu

2. From the Group menu displayed, use the scroll keys (

2. From the Group menu displayed, use the scroll keys ( ) to select the item

) to select the item

).

3 Scanning” from the menu and then press the Select key ( Alternatively, you can select this item by pressing the “3” key.

3. A new menu appears in the display offering:

(line 1)

Scanning

(line 2)

1 On

(line 3)

2 Off

3 Select List

(not on display initially)

4. Turn off the scanning mode by using the scroll keys ( “2 Off” from the menu and then press the Select key (

“ 2 Off ” from the menu and then press the Select key ( ) to

) to select the item ). Alternatively, you

can select this item by pressing the “2” key.

5. The system will automatically exit the Menu mode and return to the TMO Group mode. The scan list in use icon will no longer appear at the left end of the top line in the LCD display.

Selecting a new scan list for use:

1. Press the Menu key (

) while the system is operating in the TMO Group mode.Selecting a new scan list for use: 1. Press the Menu key ( 2. From the

2. From the Group menu displayed, use the scroll keys (

2. From the Group menu displayed, use the scroll keys ( ) to select the item

) to select the item

).

3 Scanning” from the menu and then press the Select key ( Alternatively, you can select this item by pressing the “3” key.

3. A new menu appears in the display offering:

(line 1)

Scanning

(line 2)

1 On

(line 3)

2 Off

3 Select List

(not on display initially)

4. Use the scroll keys (

List (not on display initially) 4. Use the scroll keys ( ) to select the item

) to select the item “3 Select List” from the

menu and then press the Select key ( by pressing the “3” key.

and then press the Select key ( by pressing the “3” key. ). Alternatively, you can

). Alternatively, you can select this item

5. The “Select List” menu appears. Use the scroll keys (

5. The “Select List” menu appears. Use the scroll keys ( ) to select the desired

) to select the5. The “Select List” menu appears. Use the scroll keys ( desired scan list or press

desired scan list or press the corresponding number key. Remember there are 5 scan lists available.

(line 1)

Select List

(line 2)

1 Scan List 1

(line 3)

2 Scan List 2

(line 2) 1 Scan List 1 (line 3) 2 Scan List 2 Note If you try

Note

If you try to select a scan list that has no talkgroups in it, the remote will display the message “Scan List Empty” for 3 seconds and then return to the top of the “Select List” menu.

6. If the scan list selected is not empty, the system returns to TMO Group mode operation, in the scan mode using the list you selected.

Operation

Selecting a scan list turns on the scanning mode if it was off

If 30 seconds elapses in the “Group”, “Scanning”, or “Select List” menus without any activity, then scanning selection is abandoned and the display returns to the TMO Group display

Talkgroup Speed Number

Selecting talkgroups by means of “speed numbers” is only available during TMO Group mode operation.

Displaying the speed number for the talkgroup in use:

1. Press the Menu key (

) while the system is operating in the TMO Group mode.number for the talkgroup in use: 1. Press the Menu key ( 2. From the Group

2. From the Group menu displayed, use the scroll keys (

4 View Speed#” from the menu and then press the Select key ( Alternatively, you can select this item by pressing the “4” key.

3. The speed number for the talkgroup currently in use will be displayed in something similar to the following:

use will be displayed in something similar to the following: ) to select the item ).

) to select the item

in something similar to the following: ) to select the item ). (line 1) My Groups

).

(line 1)

My Groups

(line 2)

AquaVelva

(line 3)

=6

The number on line 3 is the speed number for the talkgroup.

Selecting a new talkgroup by entering a speed number:

1. With system operating in the TMO Group mode, use the numeric keypad to enter the speed number for the new talkgroup.

2. Press the Group key (

3. Press the Select key (

4. The system shifts to the new talkgroup identified by the speed number you entered.

new talkgroup identified by the speed number you entered. ). ). DMO Group Mode Note While

).

).

DMO Group Mode

by the speed number you entered. ). ). DMO Group Mode Note While it is true

Note

While it is true that the MTM5400 mobile radio is capable of supporting the use of multiple folders of radio IDs in the DMO mode, the Model 390-P radio interface is still only cable of supporting a single folder. The DMO mode performance of this system will be the same using MTM800E or MTM5400 radios.

The Group LED is on and the Private/Phone LEDs are either off or flashing

The DMO key LED is on, indicating Direct (DMO) operation

The idle display in Group calltype mode shows currently selected talkgroup folder name on line 1, and the currently selected talkgroup on line 2. If no talkgroup alias is available

Radio Operations based on Menus

(zero-length), display the GSSI. The currently selected talkgroup and talkgroup folder is remembered, selected, and displayed for both TMO and DMO when returning to Group calltype mode from one of the other calltype modes.

(line 1) folder name (line 2) talkgroup (line 3)

or

(line 1) folder name (line 2) Group:1001 (line 3)

(alias if available)

(GSSI if alias is not available)

To enter the Group calltype mode from one of the other calltype modes (Private or PABX/Phone), press the Group key (

).

modes (Private or PABX/Phone), press the Group key ( ). The Group calltype mode does not
modes (Private or PABX/Phone), press the Group key ( ). The Group calltype mode does not

The Group calltype mode does not time out.

Note

The talkgroup may be selected in a number of ways. The following subsections describe the alternate methods for talkgroup selection.

Alpha Search

Selecting a talkgroup by using the alpha search option:

1. Press the Menu key (

by using the alpha search option: 1. Press the Menu key ( ) while the system

) while the system is operating in the DMO Group mode.

2. From the Group menu displayed, use the scroll keys ( “1 abc” from the menu and then press the Select key ( can select this item by pressing the “1” key.

3. The display on the remote will show the first talkgroup alias from the alphabetically sorted list.

first talkgroup alias from the alphabetically sorted list. ) to select the item ). Alternatively, you

) to select the item ). Alternatively, you

(line 1) AquaVelva

(alias)

(line 2) 1001 (line 3)

(GSSI)

If no talkgroups are defined, “No Talkgroup” is displayed on line 1, with lines 2 and 3 blank.

4. Press any of the dial keypad keys to display a talkgroup:

For example, pressing “2” selects the first alphabetically sorted talkgroup starting with “A”, if one exists. If no “A” entries exist, the first “B” is selected. If no “B” entries exist, the first “C” is selected. If none of “A”, “B”, and “C” exist, “No Talkgroup” is displayed on line 1, with lines 2 and 3 blank. If “A” is found when “2” is pressed, the next press of “2” looks for, in this order, “B”, “C”, “A”. If “B” is found when “2” is pressed, the next press of “2” looks for, in this order, “C”, “A”, “B”. If “C” is found when “2” is pressed, the next

Operation

press of “2” looks for, in this order, “A”, “B”, “C”. “No Talkgroup” is displayed in each case if none of “A”, “B”, and “C” exist.

Similarly, “3” selects “D”, “E”, or “F”, and “4” selects “G”, “H”, or “I”, and so forth. Pressing the digits “0” or “1” selects talkgroup aliases beginning with numbers. Pressing the “*” or “#” keys selects talkgroup aliases beginning with symbols. All of the talkgroups will be displayed as shown in step 3.

5. Additional presses of the dial keypad keys will display different talkgroups beginning with different letters, numbers, or symbols.

6. The scroll keys (

different letters, numbers, or symbols. 6. The scroll keys ( ) may be used to move

) may be used to move up or down through the talkgroup

list starting with whichever group is currently displayed. If your starting point is

the “No Talkgroup” error message, then pressing the left arrow ( to the last talkgroup in the list, while pressing the right arrow (

the first talkgroup in the list. The scroll keys always wrap around to the other end of the list, in whichever direction you are going.

other end of the list, in whichever direction you are going. ) moves you ) moves

) moves you ) moves you to

7. Once you find the talkgroup you are looking for, press the Select key (

the talkgroup you are looking for, press the Select key ( ) to select that talkgroup.

) to

select that talkgroup. You may press the Cancel key ( the selection process.

) at any time to abandonYou may press the Cancel key ( the selection process. • The Select key ( •

The Select key (

If Select (

any time to abandon • The Select key ( • If Select ( ) is ignored

) is ignored if the “No Talkgroup” message is displayed

) has not been pressed to select a new talkgroup, and the TX

) has not been pressed to select a new talkgroup, and the TX ( T X

( TX ) or PTT is used to key the radio, talkgroup selection is abandoned and the call progresses using the previously selected talkgroup

If 30 seconds elapses without activity and without a new talkgroup selected, then talkgroup selection is abandoned with the previously selected talkgroup redisplayed on line 2 with line 1 showing the folder

Folder Search

DMO talkgroups are arranged in folders that are stored in the radio and uploaded to the M390-P Radio Interface at initialization. In DMO, all talkgroups are held in the “Top Level” of the three levels of folders.

“Top Level”

- contains DMO talkgroups

1st level

- is empty for DMO mode

2nd level

- is empty for DMO mode

empty for DMO mode 2nd level - is empty for DMO mode Note Without folders, DMO

Note

Without folders, DMO talkgroup selection by folder search is much the same as talkgroup selection by using the navigation keys.

Selecting a talkgroup by using the folder search option:

8. Press the Menu key (

9. From the Group menu displayed, use the scroll keys (

( 9. From the Group menu displayed, use the scroll keys ( ) while the system

) while the system is operating in the DMO Group mode.

( ) while the system is operating in the DMO Group mode. ) to select the

) to select the item

2 Foldr Search” from the menu and then press the Select key ( Alternatively, you can select this item by pressing the “2” key.

you can select this item by pressing the “2” key. ). 10. The display will look

).

10. The display will look like the following:

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(line 1) talkgroup (line 2) (line 3)

11. Using the scroll keys (

talkgroup (line 2) (line 3)  11. Using the scroll keys ( ), you may scroll

), you may scroll through the available talkgroups

and subfolders contained in the Top Level folder. These will be displayed on line

1.

) to make the talkgroup displayed on line 1 the currently

12. Press the Select key (

displayed on line 1 the currently 12. Press the Select key ( selected talkgroup. The left-arrow

selected talkgroup. The left-arrow then disappears from line 1 of the display.

Press and hold the Cancel key (

line 1 of the display. • Press and hold the Cancel key ( ) for 1

) for 1 second in order to exit the folder

selection process without changing the currently selected folder.

If Select (

changing the currently selected folder. • If Select ( ) has not been pressed to select

) has not been pressed to select a new talkgroup, and the TX

) has not been pressed to select a new talkgroup, and the TX ( T X

( TX ) or PTT is used to key the radio, talkgroup selection is abandoned and the call progresses using the previously selected talkgroup

If 30 seconds elapses without activity and without a new talkgroup selected, then talkgroup selection is abandoned with the previously selected talkgroup redisplayed on line 2 with line 1 showing the folder

Private Mode

on line 2 with line 1 showing the folder Private Mode Note Private call operation is

Note

Private call operation is only available when the system is operating in the TMO mode. If you attempt to enter the Private mode while the system is operating in DMO mode, the message “Service Restricted” is displayed for 3 seconds and then reverts to a DMO Group mode display.

The Group LED is Off

The Private LED

- On solid, in Private mode with no missed calls, or there is an

incoming or active Private call - Blinking, no incoming or active Private call, but there are missed Private calls

The Private mode display shows the label “Private Number” on line 1 and the last private radio ID used (ISSI or alias) on line 2.

(line 1) Private Number (line 2) HH Humphrey (line 3)

The Private call mode times out after 30 seconds of no activity. The system and the display revert to the idle condition for TMO Group mode operation.

Alpha Search

Use this feature to locate a contact alias in the contacts list.

Operation

Placing a private call by using the alpha search option:

1. Press the Menu key (

) while the system is operating in the Private mode.by using the alpha search option: 1. Press the Menu key ( 2. From the Private

2. From the Private menu displayed, use the scroll keys (

2. From the Private menu displayed, use the scroll keys ( ) to select the item

) to select the item

).

1 abc Find” from the menu and then press the Select key ( Alternatively, you can select this item by pressing the “1” key.

you can select this item by pressing the “1” key. Note IF the contacts list is

Note

IF the contacts list is empty, the display will show the message “No Contacts” on line 1, and lines 2 and 3 are empty. After 3 seconds, it returns to the Private Menu.

3. The display on the remote will show the first contact alias from the alphabetically sorted list. It will show the first non-blank contact of the five possible types:

Private, PABX, Mobile, Work, or Home Number.

(line 1) Private Number (line 2) Richard Nixon (line 3) 10039

(type) (contact alias) (ISSI, PABX number, or phone number)

4. Press any of the dial keypad keys to find a contact alias:

For example, pressing “2” selects the first alphabetically sorted contact alias starting with “A”, if one exists. If no “A” entries exist, the first “B” is selected. If no “B” entries exist, the first “C” is selected. If none of “A”, “B”, and “C” exist, “No Contacts” is displayed on line 1, with lines 2 and 3 blank. If “A” is found when “2” is pressed, the next press of “2” looks for, in this order, “B”, “C”, “A”. If “B” is found when “2” is pressed, the next press of “2” looks for, in this order, “C”, “A”, “B”. If “C” is found when “2” is pressed, the next press of “2” looks for, in this order, “A”, “B”, “C”. “No Contacts” is displayed in each case if none of “A”, “B”, and “C” exist.

Similarly, “3” selects “D”, “E”, or “F”, and “4” selects “G”, “H”, or “I”, and so forth. Pressing the digits “0” or “1” selects contact aliases beginning with numbers. Pressing the “*” or “#” keys selects contact aliases beginning with symbols. All of the contact aliases will be displayed as shown in step 3.

5. Additional presses of the dial keypad keys will display different contacts beginning with different letters, numbers, or symbols.

6. The scroll keys (

different letters, numbers, or symbols. 6. The scroll keys ( ) may be used to move

) may be used to move up or down through the contact

types (Private, PABX, Mobile, Work, or Home) for the displayed contact. Only non-blank contact numbers are shown. If your starting point is the first number

for a contact, then pressing the left arrow (

the previous contact in the list, while pressing the right arrow (

the next number for the current contact. When you reach the last number for the current contact, pressing the right arrow again moves you to the first number of the next contact.

again moves you to the first number of the next contact. ) moves you to the

) moves you to the last number for

of the next contact. ) moves you to the last number for ) moves you to

) moves you to

7. Once you find the contact number you are looking for, press the Select key (

)
)

to initiate a Private call to that ISSI. You may press the Cancel key ( time to abandon the selection process.

The Select key (

time to abandon the selection process. • The Select key ( ) at any ) is

) at any

the selection process. • The Select key ( ) at any ) is ignored if the

) is ignored if the “No Contacts” message is displayed

Radio Operations based on Menus

Once the Select (

Radio Operations based on Menus • Once the Select ( ) has been pressed to start
Radio Operations based on Menus • Once the Select ( ) has been pressed to start

) has been pressed to start a Private call, the TX ( TX )

key or PTT bar is ignored until the connection is made and voice audio may

be transmitted

If the called radio does not answer, the message “No Answer” is displayed on line 1 for 3 seconds and then reverts “Private Number”

If 30 seconds elapses without activity, then the Private mode is abandoned with the previously selected talkgroup redisplayed on line 2 with line 1 showing the folder

8. The Private call may be terminated in one of the following ways:

Press the Cancel key (

The far end disconnects, the display shows the message “Call Ended” for 3 seconds and reverts to the Private mode

The call times out on 30 seconds of no activity, display shows the message “Call Cancelled” for 3 seconds and reverts to the Private mode

Cancelled” for 3 seconds and reverts to the Private mode ) to end the call Location

) to end the call

Location Search

Use this feature to locate a contact alias in the contacts list.

Finding a contact number by means of the location find feature:

1. Press the Menu key (

) while the system is operating in the Private mode.means of the location find feature: 1. Press the Menu key ( 2. From the Private

2. From the Private menu displayed, use the scroll keys (

2. From the Private menu displayed, use the scroll keys ( ) to select the item

) to select the item

).

2 Locn Find” from the menu and then press the Select key ( Alternatively, you can select this item by pressing the “2” key.

3. If there are contacts, the display will show the first contact alias from the location-sorted list. It will show the first non-blank contact type of the five possible types – Private, PABX, Mobile, Work, Home.

(line 1) Mobile Number

(line 2) 1

(line 3) Walt Mondale

(contact number type) (list location / speed-dial number) (contact alias)

If the Private key (

number. Subsequent presses of Private key ( the contact number.

Subsequent presses of Private key ( the contact number. ) is pressed, the alias is replaced

) is pressed, the alias is replaced with the contact’s ISSI

is pressed, the alias is replaced with the contact’s ISSI ) toggles between the alias and

) toggles between the alias and

4. Use the scroll keys (

) toggles between the alias and 4. Use the scroll keys ( ) to scroll back

) to scroll back and forth through the five possible

contact types (Private, PABX, Mobile, Work, Home) for the displayed contact. Only non-blank contact numbers are shown.

5. You may manually enter a location number by entering it from the numeric keypad. You may enter up to three digits. Line 1 and line 3 of the display will go

blank as soon as you start entering digits. To move to the new location, press the

Select key (

If the list location has all five contact numbers blank or it does not exist, nearby alternates are selected in this order of preference –

alternates are selected in this order of preference – ) after you enter the last digit.

) after you enter the last digit.

(1) the next greater list location contact with at least one non-blank number

Operation

(2) the next smaller list location contact with at least one non-blank number Each contact in the list may contain contact numbers for Private, PABX, Mobile, Work, and Home Phone. Select the first of these that is not blank.

6. Once you find the contact number you are looking for, press the Select key (

)
)

to initiate a Private call to that ISSI. You may press the Cancel key ( time to abandon the selection process.

The Select key (

Once the Select (

process. • The Select key ( • Once the Select ( ) at any ) is

) at any

• The Select key ( • Once the Select ( ) at any ) is ignored

) is ignored if the “No Contacts” message is displayed

) is ignored if the “No Contacts” message is displayed ) has been pressed to start

) has been pressed to start a Private call, the TX ( TX )

key or PTT bar is ignored until the connection is made and voice audio may be transmitted

If the called radio does not answer, the message “No Answer” is displayed on line 1 for 3 seconds and then reverts “Private Number”

If 30 seconds elapses without activity, then the Private mode is abandoned with the previously selected talkgroup redisplayed on line 2 with line 1 showing the folder

7. The Private call may be terminated in one of the following ways:

Press the Cancel key (

• Press the Cancel key ( ) to end the call

) to end the call

The far end disconnects, the display shows the message “Call Ended” for 3 seconds and reverts to the Private mode

The call times out on 30 seconds of no activity, display shows the message “Call Cancelled” for 3 seconds and reverts to the Private mode

Missed Calls

Whenever an incoming call is received while another active call is in process, the unanswered call is written to the Missed Calls list. You may access this list to check on calls missed.

Checking the missed call list for recent numbers:

1. Press the Menu key (

) while the system is operating in the Private mode.missed call list for recent numbers: 1. Press the Menu key ( 2. From the Private

2. From the Private menu displayed, use the scroll keys (

2. From the Private menu displayed, use the scroll keys ( ) to select the item

) to select the item

3 Missed Calls” from the menu and then press the Select key ( Alternatively, you can select this item by pressing the “3” key.

you can select this item by pressing the “3” key. ). 3. If the list of

).

3. If the list of recent missed calls is empty, the display will show “List Empty” on line 1 with lines 2 and 3 blank for 3 seconds, and then will redisplay the Private menu.

4. If the list is not empty, the most recent missed call is displayed along with the number of new missed calls.

5. Recent calls of any non-Group calltype (including Private or PABX/Phone) are

displayed, not just recent Private calls. Use the scroll keys (

through and display the (up to 10) calls in the list. The right key (

older calls, the left key (

in the list. The right key ( older calls, the left key ( ) to move

) to move

) moves to

) has

key ( older calls, the left key ( ) to move ) moves to ) has

) moves to more recent calls. The right key (

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no effect once the oldest call is displayed; the left key ( the newest call is displayed.

Press the Cancel key (

The numeric keys are ignored.

If 30 seconds elapses without activity and without a call being placed, then recent calls display is abandoned and the display switches to the idle Group calltype display.

and the display switches to the idle Group calltype display. ) has no effect once )

) has no effect once

to the idle Group calltype display. ) has no effect once ) to return to the

) to return to the “Private” menu

6. Once you find the contact number you are looking for, press the Select key (

)
)

to initiate a Private call to that ISSI. You may press the Cancel key ( time to abandon the selection process.

Once the Select (

to abandon the selection process. • Once the Select ( ) at any ) has been

) at any

the selection process. • Once the Select ( ) at any ) has been pressed to
the selection process. • Once the Select ( ) at any ) has been pressed to

) has been pressed to start a Private call, the TX ( TX )

key or PTT bar is ignored until the connection is made and voice audio may be transmitted

If the called radio does not answer, the message “No Answer” is displayed on line 1 for 3 seconds and then reverts “Private Number”

If 30 seconds elapses without activity, then the Private mode is abandoned with the previously selected talkgroup redisplayed on line 2 with line 1 showing the folder

7. Once any of the missed calls are displayed, all missed calls are flagged as “old” meaning that the Private and Phone LEDs will no longer blink to indicate missed calls.

Own Number

The following procedure allows you to display the base radio’s own ISSI number.

Displaying the base radio ISSI number:

1. Press the Menu key (

) while the system is operating in the Private mode.the base radio ISSI number: 1. Press the Menu key ( 2. From the Private menu

2. From the Private menu displayed, use the scroll keys (

2. From the Private menu displayed, use the scroll keys ( ) to select the item

) to select the item

4 Own Number” from the menu and then press the Select key ( Alternatively, you can select this item by pressing the “4” key.

you can select this item by pressing the “4” key. ). 3. The display will show:

).

3. The display will show:

(line 1) Private Number (line 2) 18

4. Press the Cancel key (

1) Private Number (line 2) 18 4. Press the Cancel key ( ) to return to

) to return to the Private calltype display.

This display will timeout and return to the idle Group calltype display after 30 seconds.

Scroll, Select, and the numeric keys are ignored.

Operation

Phone Mode

Phone LED - On - no missed phone calls, or there is an incoming or active call Blinking - there are missed calls and no incoming or active call

Private LED - Off - there are no missed Private Calls Blinking - there are missed Private Calls

Group LED - Off

In Phone mode the display initially shows the label “Phone Mode” on line 1, and the last phone ID used (alias or phone number) on line 2

(line 1) Phone Number (line 2) Dan Quayle (line 3)

(alias, if available, or PABX/phone number)

PABX/Phone calltype mode is only available in TMO mode. If the Radio is in DMO when the Phone button ( ' ) is pressed, the display will show “Service Restricted” for 3 seconds and revert to Group calltype display.

) cycles the display between “Phone Number”

Pressing the scroll keys (

between “Phone Number” • Pressing the scroll keys ( and the last-used phone ID or “PABX
between “Phone Number” • Pressing the scroll keys ( and the last-used phone ID or “PABX

and the last-used phone ID or “PABX Number” and the last-used PABX ID. This distinction is only used when using last number redial or when placing a direct- dialed call. The system remembers both the last used PABX number and the last used Phone number.

Last Number Redial

Placing a last-number-redial phone call:

1. Select the last-used PABX Number or the last used Phone Number by using the scroll keys. (

or the last used Phone Number by using the scroll keys. ( ) 2. Press the
)
)

2. Press the Select key to place the call (to the currently displayed phone number or alias). The TX key ( TX ) or PTT bar is ignored until the call is completed and it is possible to transmit voice.

3. Initially, the display shows “Calling” on line 1, the phone number or contact alias on line 2, and line 3 is blank. The top line then switches to “Ringing”, and then to “PABX In Use” or “Phone In Use”.

and then to “PABX In Use” or “Phone In Use”. 4. Press the TX key (

4. Press the TX key ( TX ) or use the PTT bar to talk.

4. Press the TX key ( T X ) or use the PTT bar to talk.

5. Press the Cancel key ( used name/number.

The display shows “Call Ended” for 3 seconds if the far-end disconnects first, then returns to the last-used name/number.

If the Phone call times out, it should behave like a Private call timeout -- with the display showing “Call Cancelled” for 3 seconds and the last-used name/number.

PABX/Phone calltype mode times out after 30 seconds without activity, returns to Group calltype mode.

) to disconnect the call. The display returns to the last-

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Direct Dial

Placing a direct-dialed PABX or Phone call:

1. Select whether to make a direct-dialed PABX call or a direct-dialed Phone call by using the scroll keys. (

or a direct-dialed Phone call by using the scroll keys. ( ). 2. Use the numeric
or a direct-dialed Phone call by using the scroll keys. ( ). 2. Use the numeric

).

2. Use the numeric keypad to direct-dial the phone number. The Cancel key (

)
)

may be used as a backspace key. The phone number may be up to 24 digits long and may include numbers, as well as the “*” and “#” characters. If more than 13

digits are entered (position 14 is the underscore cursor), the digits scroll to the left and drop off the left side. If 24 digits are entered, the 24th digit replaces the cursor and no additional digits are accepted. If all entered digits are erased by the

Cancel key ( redisplayed.

entered digits are erased by the Cancel key ( redisplayed. ), last-used PABX or Phone contact

), last-used PABX or Phone contact alias or phone number is

3. Press the Select key to place the call (to the currently displayed phone number or alias). The TX key ( TX ) or PTT bar is ignored until the call is completed and it is possible to transmit voice.

4. Initially, the display shows “Calling” on line 1, the phone number or contact alias on line 2, and line 3 is blank. The top line then switches to “Ringing”, and then to “PABX In Use” or “Phone In Use”.

and then to “PABX In Use” or “Phone In Use”. 5. Press the TX key (

5. Press the TX key ( TX ) or use the PTT bar to talk.

5. Press the TX key ( T X ) or use the PTT bar to talk.

6. Press the Cancel key ( used name/number.

The display shows “Call Ended” for 3 seconds if the far-end disconnects first, then returns to the last-used name/number.

If the Phone call times out, it should behave like a Private call timeout -- with the display showing “Call Cancelled” for 3 seconds and the last-used name/number.

PABX/Phone calltype mode times out after 30 seconds without activity, returns to Group calltype mode.

) to disconnect the call. The display returns to the last-

Speed Dial

Placing a speed-dial PABX/Phone call:

1. While in the Phone (or PABX) mode, use the numeric keypad to enter a speed-

dial number. The Cancel key (

digits are erased by the Cancel key (

number is redisplayed. Valid speed dial numbers are the Contacts List entry number from 1 to 999. Press the Phone key ( ' ) after the last digit of the speed- dial number to look up the entered speed dial number.

speed- dial number to look up the entered speed dial number. ) may be used as

) may be used as a backspace key. If all entered

), the last-used PABX/phone alias or

key. If all entered ), the last-used PABX/phone alias or 2. If the speed-dial number entered

2. If the speed-dial number entered is outside the range of valid speed-dial numbers (1 to 999), or if the number entered is not in the contacts list, or if the speed-dial numbers entered contains the characters “*” or “#”, the display shows “Bad Speed Dial” on line 3. Display lines 1 and 2 do not change. The digits entered on line 2 may be further edited.

Operation

3. The display will show the contact alias if the speed-dial number is valid. If the display was showing “PABX Number”, the PABX number from the contact list will be displayed. If the display was showing “Phone Number”, the Mobile number, Work number, or Home number from the contact list will be displayed (the first one of these that is not blank, if at least one is not blank).

(line 1) PABX Number (line 2) 234_ (line 3) Al Gore

(line 1) PABX Number (line 2) 234_ (line 3) Al Gore If the Phone key (

If the Phone key ( ' ) is pressed again, the alias is replaced with up to the first 14 digits of the phone number. Subsequent presses of the Phone key ( ' ) toggle between the alias and the phone number:

( ' ) toggle between the alias and the phone number: (line 1) PABX Number (line

(line 1) PABX Number (line 2) 234_ (line 3) 345

If the contacts list is empty for the speed-dial number entered for the contact type selected, the display shows “Empty Entry” on line 3.

4. Once the speed-dial number has been used to look up a valid contact, use the

scroll keys (

call from the entries available for the contact.

keys ( call from the entries available for the contact. ) to select the proper number

) to select the proper number type to place your PABX/Phone

5. Press the Select key to place the call (to the currently displayed phone number or alias). The TX key ( TX ) or PTT bar is ignored until the call is completed and it is possible to transmit voice.

6. Initially, the display shows “Calling” on line 1, the phone number or contact alias on line 2, and line 3 is blank. The top line then switches to “Ringing”, and then to “PABX In Use” or “Phone In Use”.

and then to “PABX In Use” or “Phone In Use”. 7. Press the TX key (

7. Press the TX key ( TX ) or use the PTT bar to talk.

7. Press the TX key ( T X ) or use the PTT bar to talk.

8. Press the Cancel key ( used name/number.

The display shows “Call Ended” for 3 seconds if the far-end disconnects first, then returns to the last-used name/number.

If the Phone call times out, it should behave like a Private call timeout -- with the display showing “Call Cancelled” for 3 seconds and the last-used name/number.

PABX/Phone calltype mode times out after 30 seconds without activity, returns to Group calltype mode.

) to disconnect the call. The display returns to the last-

Alpha Search

Use this feature to locate a contact alias in the contacts list. Any type of contact from the list may be called including Private, PABX, Mobile, Work, and Home phone numbers.

Placing a private call by using the alpha search option:

1. Press the Menu key (

by using the alpha search option: 1. Press the Menu key ( ) while the system

) while the system is operating in the Phone mode.

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2. From the Phone menu displayed, use the scroll keys (

2. From the Phone menu displayed, use the scroll keys ( ) to select the item

) to select the item

).

1 abc Find” from the menu and then press the Select key ( Alternatively, you can select this item by pressing the “1” key.

you can select this item by pressing the “1” key. Note IF the contacts list is

Note

IF the contacts list is empty, the display will show the message “No Contacts” on line 1, and lines 2 and 3 are empty. After 3 seconds, it returns to the Phone Menu.

3. The display on the remote will show the first contact alias from the alphabetically sorted list. It will show the first non-blank contact of the five possible types:

Private, PABX, Mobile, Work, or Home Number.

(line 1) Private Number (type)

(line 2) Richard Nixon (line 3) 10039

(contact alias) (ISSI, PABX number, or phone number)

4. Press any of the dial keypad keys to find a contact alias:

For example, pressing “2” selects the first alphabetically sorted contact alias starting with “A”, if one exists. If no “A” entries exist, the first “B” is selected. If no “B” entries exist, the first “C” is selected. If none of “A”, “B”, and “C” exist, “No Contacts” is displayed on line 1, with lines 2 and 3 blank. If “A” is found when “2” is pressed, the next press of “2” looks for, in this order, “B”, “C”, “A”. If “B” is found when “2” is pressed, the next press of “2” looks for, in this order, “C”, “A”, “B”. If “C” is found when “2” is pressed, the next press of “2” looks for, in this order, “A”, “B”, “C”. “No Contacts” is displayed in each case if none of “A”, “B”, and “C” exist. Similarly, “3” selects “D”, “E”, or “F”, and “4” selects “G”, “H”, or “I”, and so forth. Pressing the digits “0” or “1” selects contact aliases beginning with numbers. Pressing the “*” or “#” keys selects contact aliases beginning with symbols. All of the contact aliases will be displayed as shown in step 3.

5. Additional presses of the dial keypad keys will display different contacts beginning with different letters, numbers, or symbols.

6. The scroll keys (

different letters, numbers, or symbols. 6. The scroll keys ( ) may be used to move

) may be used to move up or down through the contactdifferent letters, numbers, or symbols. 6. The scroll keys ( types (Private, PABX, Mobile, Work, or

types (Private, PABX, Mobile, Work, or Home) for the displayed contact. Only

non-blank contact numbers are shown. If your starting point is the first number

for a contact, then pressing the left arrow (

the previous contact in the list, while pressing the right arrow (

the next number for the current contact. When you reach the last number for the current contact, pressing the right arrow again moves you to the first number of the next contact.

again moves you to the first number of the next contact. ) moves you to the

) moves you to the last number for

of the next contact. ) moves you to the last number for ) moves you to

) moves you to

7. Once you find the contact number you are looking for, press the Select key (

)
)

to initiate a Private call to that ISSI. You may press the Cancel key ( time to abandon the selection process.

The Select key (

Once the Select (

process. • The Select key ( • Once the Select ( ) at any ) is

) at any

• The Select key ( • Once the Select ( ) at any ) is ignored

) is ignored if the “No Contacts” message is displayed

) is ignored if the “No Contacts” message is displayed ) has been pressed to start

) has been pressed to start a Private call, the TX ( TX )

key or PTT bar is ignored until the connection is made and voice audio may be transmitted

Operation

If the called radio does not answer, the message “No Answer” is displayed on line 1 for 3 seconds and then reverts “Private Number”

If 30 seconds elapses without activity, then the Private mode is abandoned with the previously selected talkgroup redisplayed on line 2 with line 1 showing the folder

8. The Phone call may be terminated in one of the following ways:

Press the Cancel key (

The far end disconnects, the display shows the message “Call Ended” for 3 seconds and reverts to the Phone mode

The call times out on 30 seconds of no activity, display shows the message “Call Cancelled” for 3 seconds and reverts to the Phone mode

Cancelled” for 3 seconds and reverts to the Phone mode ) to end the call Location

) to end the call

Location Search

Use this feature to locate a contact alias in the contacts list. Any type of contact from the list may be called including Private, PABX, Mobile, Work, and Home phone numbers.

Finding a contact number by means of the location find feature:

1. Press the Menu key (

means of the location find feature: 1. Press the Menu key ( ) while the system

) while the system is operating in the Phone mode.

2. From the Phone menu displayed, use the scroll keys (

2. From the Phone menu displayed, use the scroll keys ( ) to select the item

) to select the item

2 Locn Find” from the menu and then press the Select key ( Alternatively, you can select this item by pressing the “2” key.

you can select this item by pressing the “2” key. ). 3. If there are contacts,

).

3. If there are contacts, the display will show the first contact alias from the location-sorted list. It will show the first non-blank contact type of the five possible types – Private, PABX, Mobile, Work, Home.

(line 1) Mobile Number

(line 2) 1

(line 3) Walt Mondale

(contact number type) (list location / speed-dial number) (contact alias)

type) (list location / speed-dial number) (contact alias) If the Phone key ( ' ) is

If the Phone key ( ' ) is pressed, the alias is replaced with the contact’s ISSI number. Subsequent presses of Phone key ( ' ) toggles between the alias and the contact number.

' ) toggles between the alias and the contact number. 4. Use the scroll keys (

4. Use the scroll keys (

the alias and the contact number. 4. Use the scroll keys ( ) to scroll back

) to scroll back and forth through the five possible

contact types (Private, PABX, Mobile, Work, Home) for the displayed contact. Only non-blank contact numbers are shown.

5. You may manually enter a location number by entering it from the numeric keypad. You may enter up to three digits. Line 1 and line 3 of the display will go

blank as soon as you start entering digits. To move to the new location, press the

Select key (

If the list location has all five contact numbers blank or it does not exist, nearby alternates are selected in this order of preference –

alternates are selected in this order of preference – ) after you enter the last digit.

) after you enter the last digit.

(1) the next greater list location contact with at least one non-blank number

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(2) the next smaller list location contact with at least one non-blank number Each contact in the list may contain contact numbers for Private, PABX, Mobile, Work, and Home Phone. Select the first of these that is not blank.

6. Once you find the contact number you are looking for, press the Select key (

)
)

to initiate a Phone call to that ISSI. You may press the Cancel key ( time to abandon the selection process.

The Select key (

Once the Select (

process. • The Select key ( • Once the Select ( ) at any ) is

) at any

• The Select key ( • Once the Select ( ) at any ) is ignored

) is ignored if the “No Contacts” message is displayed

) is ignored if the “No Contacts” message is displayed ) has been pressed to start

) has been pressed to start a Private call, the TX ( TX )

key or PTT bar is ignored until the connection is made and voice audio may be transmitted

If the called radio does not answer, the message “No Answer” is displayed on line 1 for 3 seconds and then reverts “Phone Number”

If 30 seconds elapses without activity, then the Phone mode is abandoned with the previously selected talkgroup redisplayed on line 2 with line 1 showing the folder

7. The Phone call may be terminated in one of the following ways:

Press the Cancel key (

• Press the Cancel key ( ) to end the call

) to end the call

The far end disconnects, the display shows the message “Call Ended” for 3 seconds and reverts to the Phone mode

The call times out on 30 seconds of no activity, display shows the message “Call Cancelled” for 3 seconds and reverts to the Phone mode

Missed Calls

Since the most-recent missed calls list mixes Private, PABX, and Phone calls, accessing the list of recent missed calls works exactly the same when accessed from the Private mode/menu or the PABX/Phone mode/menu.

Please see the section Missed Calls on page 30.

Message Send Mode

the section Missed Calls on page 30 . Message Send Mode The Message Send key (

The Message Send key ( +« ) is used to send both status and predefined text messages.

Sending status or text messages is not available if the radio is in DMO. If the Message Send key ( +« ) is pressed while in DMO mode, the display will show “Service Restricted” for 3 seconds, then return to the previous display.

for 3 seconds, then return to the previous display. The M390-P Radio Interface remembers the last-used

The M390-P Radio Interface remembers the last-used destination to which a status or text message was sent. This allows for not specifying a destination for most messages if the destination is the same.

Operation

Sending a status message:

1. Press the Message Send key ( +« ) in any TMO calltype mode (Group, Private, or PABX/Phone) to enter Status mode.

2. The Message Send LED will turn on. It will stay on until the system exits the Message Send mode. Press one of Group, Phone, or Private keys to exit Message Send mode. Pressing Message Send again does not exit Message Send mode.

3. A “Message Type” menu appears with two options “1 Status Msg”, “2 Text Message”.

with two options “1 Status Msg”, “2 Text Message”. (line 1) Message Type (line 2) 1

(line 1) Message Type (line 2) 1Status Msg (line 3) 2 Text Message

Type (line 2) 1  Status Msg (line 3) 2 Text Message Note While the Menu

Note

While the Menu key was not used to make this menu appear, the LED next to the Menu key may come on once it does. That is normal.

4. Select item “1 Status Msg” using the scroll keys (

4. Select item “1 Status Msg” using the scroll keys ( ), and press the Select

), and press the Select

key (

Msg” using the scroll keys ( ), and press the Select key ( ). Alternatively, you

). Alternatively, you may press the press “1” key.

5. The display will show “Select Status” on line 1 and the most recently used status alias on lines 2 and 3:

(line 1) Select Status

(line 2) 2

(line 3) On Patrol

(location in status list, blank if not in list) (status text, or number if not in list)

6. Select your status message in one of three ways:

Use the scroll keys (

message in one of three ways: • Use the scroll keys ( ) to move through

) to move through the list of available status

messages in location order. The status locations and aliases are displayed on lines 2 and 3, respectively.

Use the numeric keys to enter a status entry number (the entry number in the status messages list). The digits are displayed on line 2 as they are entered. When the digits entered match a valid status entry number, the matching alias is displayed. If the digits do not match an entry number / list location, line 3 is blank.

Use the numeric keys to enter a status ID number. This can be 0 or in the range 32768 to 61439. If five digits are entered, but the number is outside the range of 32768 to 61439, the display will show “Invalid ID” on line 3. The digits on line 2 may be further edited to correct this. If digits are entered, but the entered number does not exist in the status list, line 3 of the display will be blank. It is possible to transmit an undefined status, as long as it is within the range of valid status numbers.

7. If no digits are entered on line 2, or if digits entered have been deleted with the

Cancel key (

and enters idle Group calltype mode.

with the Cancel key ( and enters idle Group calltype mode. ), pressing the Cancel key

), pressing the Cancel key (

idle Group calltype mode. ), pressing the Cancel key ( 8. Transmitting the status message: )

8. Transmitting the status message:

) again exits Message Send mode

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Using the last destination: Press TX ( TX ) key or PTT bar to send the selected status to the most recently used message-send destination. That may be to a talkgroup or to a private contact. If the status entered does not exist in the status list either as a valid location or as a valid status ID, and if the digits entered are not a valid status, then the TX ( TX ) key and PTT bar are ignored.

Selecting a new destination: Press the Select key (

• Selecting a new destination: Press the Select key ( ) to select a new destination.
• Selecting a new destination: Press the Select key ( ) to select a new destination.
• Selecting a new destination: Press the Select key ( ) to select a new destination.

) to select a new

destination. A “Message Dest” menu appears with two options, “1 Private” and “2 Group”.

(line 1) Message Dest (line 2) 1Private (line 2) 2 Group

9. To send to a Private destination, select menu item “1 Private” using the scroll

keys (

The system now enters a mode that works much the same as an outgoing Private call for selecting the destination used. The initial display will be the last-used Private voice call contact/ISSI:

will be the last-used Private voice call contact/ISSI: ), and press the Select key ( ).

), and press the Select key (

). Or, press “1”.voice call contact/ISSI: ), and press the Select key ( (line 1) Private Number (line 2)

(line 1) Private Number (line 2) HH Humphrey (line 3)

(last-used Private voice call alias or ISSI)

Please see Private Mode starting on page 27 for the “how-to” of selecting a new destination. Once a private destination has been selected, proceed to step 11 to send the message.

10. To send the message to a Group, use the scroll keys (

10. To send the message to a Group, use the scroll keys ( ) to select

) to select menu item

“2 Group” and then press the Select key (

The system now enters a mode that works much the same as selecting an outgoing Group call for the destination. The initial display will be the currently- selected talkgroup folder and talkgroup:

).Or, press “2”.be the currently- selected talkgroup folder and talkgroup: (line 1) folder name (line 2) talkgroup (line

(line 1) folder name (line 2) talkgroup (line 3)

(alias if available or GSSI)

Please see TMO Group Mode starting on page 19 for the “how-to” of selecting a new destination. Once a talkgroup destination has been selected, proceed to step 11 to send the message.

11. Press the Select key (

to step 11 to send the message. 11. Press the Select key ( ) to send

) to send the selected status message to the selected

destination. That may be to a talkgroup or to a private contact.

The display will change to “Sending Message” briefly, then change to “Message Delivered” for 3 seconds if the transmission was successful.

If the transmission is unsuccessful, after displaying “Sending Message” briefly, the display will show “Msg Failed” for 3 seconds on line 1 with the private destination alias or ISSI on line 2. If the destination was a talkgroup, line 2 is blank.

Operation

Send Message mode exits and enters Group calltype mode after a message transmission attempt, or enters Group calltype mode after a 30 second timeout without activity.

The selected destination is remembered for the next time status or a text message is sent without selecting a destination.

Sending a text message:

1. Press the Message Send key ( +« ) in any TMO calltype mode (Group, Private, or PABX/Phone) to enter Status mode.

2. The Message Send LED will turn on. It will stay on until the system exits the Message Send mode. Press one of Group, Phone, or Private keys to exit Message Send mode. Pressing Message Send again does not exit Message Send mode.

3. A “Message Type” menu appears with two options “1 Status Msg”, “2 Text Message”.

with two options “1 Status Msg”, “2 Text Message”. (line 1) Message Type (line 2) 1

(line 1) Message Type (line 2) 1Status Msg (line 3) 2 Text Message

Type (line 2) 1  Status Msg (line 3) 2 Text Message Note While the Menu

Note

While the Menu key was not used to make this menu appear, the LED next to the Menu key may come on once it does. That is normal.

4. Select item “2 Text Message” using the scroll keys (

key (

item “2 Text Message” using the scroll keys ( key ( ). Alternatively, press the “2”

). Alternatively, press the “2” key.

scroll keys ( key ( ). Alternatively, press the “2” key. ), and press the Select

), and press the Select

5. If no predefined messages exist, the display will show “No Predefined” for 3 seconds, the will return to the “Message Type” menu, “1 Status Msg”, “2 Text Message”. Otherwise, the first predefined message will be displayed:

(line 1) Select Message

(line 2) msg alias

(line 3) 1st 14 chars o

(text message alias) (first 14 characters of the text message)

Press the scroll keys (

of predefined text messages. Press the Cancel key (

“Message Type” menu, “1 Status Msg”, “2 Text Message”. The display will exit

the Send Message mode entirely after a 30 second timeout.

the Send Message mode entirely after a 30 second timeout. ) to scroll to the previous

) to scroll to the previous or next message in the list

) to scroll to the previous or next message in the list ) to return to

) to return to the previous

6. Transmitting the text message:

to return to the previous 6. Transmitting the text message: • Using the last destination: Press

Using the last destination: Press TX ( TX ) key or PTT bar to send the selected text to the most recently used message-send destination. That may be to a talkgroup or to a private contact.

That may be to a talkgroup or to a private contact. If the text entered does

If the text entered does not exist in the text message list, then the TX ( TX ) key and PTT bar are ignored.

Selecting a new destination: Press the Select key (

• Selecting a new destination: Press the Select key ( ) to select a new destination.

) to select a new

destination. A “Message Dest” menu appears with two options, “1 Private” and “2 Group”.

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(line 1) Message Dest (line 2) 1Private (line 2) 2 Group

7. To send to a Private destination, select menu item “1 Private” using the scroll

keys (

The system now enters a mode that works much the same as an outgoing Private call for selecting the destination used. The initial display will be the last-used Private voice call contact/ISSI:

will be the last-used Private voice call contact/ISSI: ), and press the Select key ( ).

), and press the Select key (

). Alternatively, press “1”.voice call contact/ISSI: ), and press the Select key ( (line 1) Private Number (line 2)

(line 1) Private Number (line 2) HH Humphrey

(last-used Private voice call alias or ISSI)

(line 3) Please see Private Mode starting on page 27 for the “how-to” of selecting a new destination. Once a private destination has been selected, proceed to step 9 to send the message.

8. To send the message to a Group, use the scroll keys (

8. To send the message to a Group, use the scroll keys ( ) to select

) to select menu item

“2 Group” and then press the Select key (

The system now enters a mode that works much the same as selecting an outgoing Group call for the destination. The initial display will be the currently selected talkgroup folder and talkgroup:

).Or, press “2”.be the currently selected talkgroup folder and talkgroup: (line 1) folder name (line 2) talkgroup (alias

(line 1) folder name (line 2) talkgroup

(alias if available or GSSI)

(line 3) Please see TMO Group Mode starting on page 19 for the “how-to” of selecting a new destination. Once a talkgroup destination has been selected, proceed to step 9 to send the message.

9. Press the Select key (

to step 9 to send the message. 9. Press the Select key ( ) to send

) to send the selected text message to the selected

destination. That may be to a talkgroup or to a private contact.

The display will change to “Sending Message” briefly, then change to “Message Delivered” for 3 seconds if the transmission was successful.

If the transmission is unsuccessful, after displaying “Sending Message” briefly, the display will show “Msg Failed” for 3 seconds on line 1 with the private destination alias or ISSI on line 2. If the destination was a talkgroup, line 2 is blank.

Send Message mode exits and enters Group calltype mode after a message transmission attempt, or enters Group calltype mode after a 30 second timeout without activity.

The selected destination is remembered for the next time status or a text message is sent without selecting a destination.

Operation

Message Mail Mode

Operation Message Mail Mode The Message Mail LED (next to the Message Mail key + «

The Message Mail LED (next to the Message Mail key +« ) will be on whenever there are unread new messages received. Messages include all incoming text messages and status messages.

The effects of various keys in the Message Mail mode:

Private (

of various keys in the Message Mail mode: • Private ( ), Phone ( ' ),
of various keys in the Message Mail mode: • Private ( ), Phone ( ' ),

), Phone ( ' ), Group (

Mail mode: • Private ( ), Phone ( ' ), Group ( ), DMO ( I
Mail mode: • Private ( ), Phone ( ' ), Group ( ), DMO ( I
Mail mode: • Private ( ), Phone ( ' ), Group ( ), DMO ( I

), DMO ( I* ), Emergency ( ê ) -- These

keys leave Message Mail mode and execute their usual functions. There is no return to Message Mail mode from these functions. DMO and Emergency leave the system in Group calltype mode.

Message Send ( +ª ) -- This key exits Message Mail mode and executes Message Send mode.

The keypad buttons for 0 to 9, *, and # are ignored

Intercom (

buttons for 0 to 9, *, and # are ignored • Intercom ( ), Mute (
buttons for 0 to 9, *, and # are ignored • Intercom ( ), Mute (

), Mute (

for 0 to 9, *, and # are ignored • Intercom ( ), Mute ( ),

), and Secure (

and # are ignored • Intercom ( ), Mute ( ), and Secure ( ) --

) -- These keys have their usual

effects, but do not interfere with the user interface.

Checking your incoming mail messages:

user interface. ♦ Checking your incoming mail messages: 1. Press the Message Mail key ( +

1. Press the Message Mail key ( +« ) in any calltype mode (Group, Private, or PABX/Phone) to enter Message Mail mode. The pre-existing calltype mode remains in the background while in Message Mail mode – the user can carry on a Private, PABX/Phone, or Group conversation while in Message Mail mode using TX ( TX ) key or PTT bar to transmit. If the pre-existing calltype mode is Private or PABX/Phone, and there is no call in progress, the TX ( TX ) key and PTT bar are ignored.

progress, the TX ( T X ) key and PTT bar are ignored. 2. If the
progress, the TX ( T X ) key and PTT bar are ignored. 2. If the

2. If the radio is in DMO, the display will show “Msg Reception Blocked” for three seconds, then, if there are messages, the display will show the number of new and old messages:

(line 1)

New: x

(line 2)

Old: y

This display will persist for 3 seconds, unless aborted by the Select key (

there are no messages, the display will show “No New/Old Messages”, then exit Message Mail mode after three seconds.

then exit Message Mail mode after three seconds. ). If 3. The display will show the

). If

3. The display will show the message number, “New” or “Old”, the alias or ISSI of the message sender, and the first up-to-14-characters of the most recently received new message, or if there are no new messages, the most recently received old message:

(line 1) 1 New: (message number and New/Old indication)

(line 2) Knut

(line 3) First line of

(alias if available from contact list or ISSI of sender)

(first up to 14 character of the message)

4. The scroll keys (

up to 14 character of the message) 4. The scroll keys ( ) cycle through the

) cycle through the available messages showing

new/unread first, and old/read messages second. If there is only one message, the display shows “Only One Message” if an arrow key is pressed. The right key

(
(

) moves to older, higher-numbered messages, rolling around to the newest

Radio Operations based on Menus

message after the oldest is reached. The left key (

numbered messages, rolling around to the oldest message after the newest is

reached.

) moves to newer, lower-around to the oldest message after the newest is reached. 5. The Cancel key ( 6.

5. The Cancel key (

6. The Select key (

to newer, lower- 5. The Cancel key ( 6. The Select key ( ) will exit

) will exit Message Mail mode.

) will select the message. The message will be displayed on

all three lines of the display. The arrow keys are used to scroll back and forth through the message three lines at a time. Words in the message are not wrapped

or hyphenated unless they are longer than 14 characters. If the message is a status message for which no alias has been defined, it will be displayed on line 1:

“Status:33009” with lines 2 and 3 blank. Press the Cancel key (

the list of messages. The display will be as before, except that the message just viewed will be “Old” rather than “New”.

message just viewed will be “Old” rather than “New”. ) to return to 7. When the

) to return to

7. When the list of messages is active as described in item 3 above, the user may

press the Menu key (

“2 Erase”, “3 EraseAll”. Use the scroll keys (

numbers keys to select a menu item. Use the Cancel key (

item message list.

If “1 Read” is selected, the message is displayed as described previously as if

the message is displayed as described previously as if ) to bring up a three-item “Message”

) to bring up a three-item “Message” menu: “1 Read”,

) to bring up a three-item “Message” menu: “1 Read”, ) and Select key ( ),

) and Select key () to bring up a three-item “Message” menu: “1 Read”, ), or ) to go back

“Message” menu: “1 Read”, ) and Select key ( ), or ) to go back to

), or

“Message” menu: “1 Read”, ) and Select key ( ), or ) to go back to

) to go back to the

the Select key (

and Select key ( ), or ) to go back to the the Select key (

) was pressed.

If “2 Erase” is selected, “Message Erased” is displayed (for 3 seconds), and the display returns to the message list.

If “3 EraseAll” is selected, the display will show “Erase Inbox?” on line 1

with line 2 blank. Pressing the Cancel key (

Select key (

) proceeds with the erase.1 with line 2 blank. Pressing the Cancel key ( Select key ( ) aborts the

the Cancel key ( Select key ( ) proceeds with the erase. ) aborts the erase,

) aborts the erase, pressing the

If all messages are erased either by erasing all, or by erasing the last remaining message, the display shows “No New/Old Messages” for 3 seconds, then Message mode exits.

Operation

Additional Model 390 Remote Functions

Function

Description

Intercom Key

Intercom mode allows users at various Model 390 Remotes to talk to one another without keying the radio and tying up a channel.

To enter intercom mode:

the radio and tying up a channel. To enter intercom mode: 1. Press the Intercom key.

1. Press the Intercom key. The Intercom LEDs on all the Model 390 Remotes will flash.

2. To talk to someone at another Model 390 Remote, press and hold the Transmit key while speaking into the front panel microphone, or remove the handset from the cradle and press and hold the PTT bar while speaking into the handset. While any Model 390 Remote is sending audio, the Intercom LEDs on all the Model 390 Remotes turn on steady.

3. To listen for a response, release the Transmit key or the PTT bar.

4. To exit intercom mode, press the Intercom key on any Model 390 Remote. The Intercom LEDs will all turn off.

As long as the Intercom LED is flashing, the system is in intercom mode, and pressing the Transmit key or the PTT bar does not key the radio, but only transmits to the other Model 390 Remotes on the system. While listening in the intercom mode, receive audio from the radio can still be heard.

If no key is pressed on any Model 390 Remote for 30 seconds, intercom mode times out, and the system returns to normal operation.

Intercom mode may be disabled through system programming. For information on disabling intercom mode for a single Model 390 Remote, see Remote Hardware Configuration on page 56.

Mute Key

To mute the receive audio of any Model 390 Remote, press the Mute key. The Mute LED will turn on and a positive indication beep will be heard from the remote to indicate that the receive audio is muted. Note that mute mode does not time out and that it does not affect any other Model 390 Remotes. To unmute the audio, press the Mute key again, and the Mute LED turns off.

audio, press the Mute key again, and the Mute LED turns off. Secure Mode Key Secure

Secure Mode Key

Secure mode allows a user at one Model 390 Remote to talk to someone over the air without anyone at parallel Model 390 Remotes hearing either side of the conversion or being able to control the radio. It effectively locks these users out, leaving one person in full control of the radio.

NOTE: Even in secure mode, communications over the channel occur normally, giving no additional security beyond that which the radio provides.

no additional security beyond that which the radio provides. To enter secure mode, press the Secure

To enter secure mode, press the Secure Mode key. The Secure Mode LED comes on. The Secure Mode LEDs on all the other Model 390 Remotes blink to indicate that they cannot control the radio. The Mute LEDs also illuminate on all the Model 390 Remotes except the one that initiated secure mode to indicate that their receive audio is being muted.

The radio may be controlled as usual by the person who initiated secure mode, and current radio status continues to be displayed on all Model 390 Remotes.

As long as the Secure Mode LED is on, users at all other Model 390 remotes

Additional Model 390 Remote Functions

Function

Description

 

will be unable to receive audio or key the radio.

To exit secure mode, the initiator must press the Secure Mode key again. If no keys are pressed on the initiating Model 390 Remote within 60 seconds, however, secure mode times out, and the system returns to normal operation. Additionally, returning to normal operation when the secure mode initiator hangs up the handset can be set in system programming.

Secure mode may be disabled for all remotes in system programming. See Deskset Parameters on page 84.

For information on disabling the secure mode for an individual Model 390 Remote, see Remote Hardware Configuration on page 56.

Supervisor

Any number of Model 390 Remotes in a system may be configured as Supervisors. These remotes are immune from the effects of secure mode. In other words, when another Model 390 Remote initiates secure mode, all Supervisor remotes are still able to hear both sides of the conversation and control the radio.

Furthermore, when a Supervisor remote initiates secure mode, the mode does not time out.

For more information on configuring Model 390 Remotes, see Remote Hardware Configuration on page 56.

Supervisor Takeover

There are two types of supervisor takeover:

1) A Supervisor remote may be configured so that it can “kill” an undesirable call without waiting for keys to be released.

2) Any remote (Supervisor or not) may be configured so that it can physically disconnect downstream remotes from the system for a more positive form of control.

Pressing the Secure Mode key initiates supervisor takeover.

The first type of supervisor takeover occurs when a Supervisor remote enters secure mode. The second type of supervisor takeover requires that “supervisor takeover” be selected in system programming. The FET output of the remote is then used to control an external relay, which is used to disconnect the downstream remotes. The output is a pull-to-ground and remains active for as long as secure mode remains in effect.

For more information on using this output, see Remote Hardware Configuration on page