Accelerated Life Test
A Motorola proprietary developmental process of rigorous laboratory testing that simulates years of field use.

Built-in Noise Reduction Microphone
Reduces background noise to allow clear, understandable transmissions in heavy noise environments.

Call Alert
Lets a caller "page" you via your radio.

Channel Scan
Lets you monitor specific operating channels.

Priority Scan
Allows you to choose one channel to be monitored with more frequency than others.

Operator Selectable Scan
Lets you program the channe;s in the scan list to be monitored and select a priority channel.

Scan Nuisance Delete
Allows you to temporarily delte a non-priority channel from the scen list.

Talkgroup Scan
Lets you monitor any combination of trunked systems, subfleets, or conventional channels in the same scan list.

Dual Mode Capability
Provides the flexibility of trunked and conventional repeater operational from one radio.

Private Conversation
Allows communication exclusively between the initiating radio or control station and the radio called.

Privacy Plus Trunking
Provides fast, automatic and democratic communications access not provided by conventional radio systems.

Radio-to-Radio Cloning
Allows you to duplicate one radio's operating parameters into another like radio of the same sub-band using a simple cloning cable.

Internal Voice Operated Transmission (VOX)
Lets you activate radio by voice alone, for hands free operation.

Multiple-Coded Squelch Capability
Private-Line (PL) or Digital Private-Line (DPL) lets you receive only the calls intended for you, and place calls to only those that accept the designated code.

Push-to-Talk (PTT ID)
Allows a dispatcher to identify transmitting radios and monitor airtime usage.

Quik-Call II Signaling
Provides an efficient way for dispatcher to initiate a page to an individual or group.

Field Programmable
Using the Radio Service Software, changes can be made to the radio frequencies or other individual characteristics.

Lets you bypass a repeater and talk directly to another unit.

Telephone Interconnect
Gives you the capability to initiate and/or receive telephone calls using your radio.

Time-out Timer
Limits the amount of time a user can continuously transmit on a channel.

Voice Selective Call Signaling
Provides and efficient way to initiate a voice page message to an individual or group.

Emergency Alarm
Used by radio operations to inform dispatch personnel of critical or life threatening situations through a data transmission.

Programmable Channel Spacing
(Wide Band Frequency Seperation) - gives you more versatility of channel spacing.

Alphanumeric Display
Lets you name and view channels or talkgroups in words instead of numbers.

Busy Channel Lock-out
Prevents users from "talking over" each other by restricting transmission if activity is detected on the channel.

Horn and Lights Capability
Activates a vehicle's horn and headlights when a Call Alert signal is received and the operator is away from the vehicle.

Military Specifications Mil. Std. 810 C, D, and E
The U.S. Department of Defense's most rigorous standards for radio performance in harsh environments.

Customer Owned Paging Product Features

Alarm Page
Equipment and devices are automatically monitored. If an alarm condition occurs, and alphanumeric message is sent to the pager of one or more prespecified individuals.

Duplicate Message Detection
When an incoming message is identical to one already received and stored, you will receive a "duplicate" alert. To conserve memory, the pager will not store the duplicate message.

Low Battery Alert
Your pager notifies you via a screen indicator when yout battery's voltage drops to a marginal level.

Telephone Interconnect
Allows anyone with a Touch-Tone (DTMF) telephone direct access to the paging systems.

Your pager alerts you to an incoming message using silent vibration instead of an audible alert.

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