M7100 System Mobile Radio User

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M7100 System Mobile Radio User's Guide for York County, PA Emergency Services Training Session Notes

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Introducing the M7100 The M7100 is multi-mode portable radio intended to work in a testing open security environment. We will find out about its operation by: Discussing the RF framework. Finding out about the parts of the portable establishment. Name the parts of the control unit. Begin and get calls. Change client parameters. Gotten to be mindful of confinements.

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Project 25 (P25) Project 25 is an open security interchanges standard committed to guaranteeing interoperability in correspondences. It is intended to guarantee quick and secure correspondences between nearby, state and government organizations while ensuring people in general's welfare. The Project 25 standard association is included the Association of Public Safety Communications Officials (APCO), the National Association of State Telecommunications Directors (NASTD) and the U.S. Central Government . The Federal Government through the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) has managed that all new and existing elected correspondences frameworks will be P25 consistent. P25 is an all advanced voice framework that can be trunking or ordinary non-trunking.

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Group B Group D Group D Conventional versus Trunked Approach Conventional Approach Channel 1 Channel 2 Group C Group A Group C Group A Group B Users Select which Repeater to Use System Selects which Repeater to Use

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Why Trunking? Trunking: Improves phantom productivity Relieves the client from dealing with the channel Encourages cross office/shared correspondences Establishes interchanges protection Encourages private interchanges Discourages listening stealthily by scanners Establishes "lining" as opposed to "holding up" Enables need use amid occupied times

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P25 Trunking System Features Digital Control Channel Multiple Working Channels < 0.5 Second Access Group & Individual Voice Calls Unit ID for every radio Late/Delayed Entry Emergency Calls Queuing with Priority Unit Enable/Disable Wide Area Coverage

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How Far Does it Cover ? Numerous variables influence go: Site Location Urban Clutter Reflections/Multipath Ducting over Water Heavy vegetation Weather Frequency ???

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Simulcast – Extending the Coverage SIMULtaneous broadCAST All RF destinations have: Same number of channels Same radio frequencies Same channel assigned as control channel When somebody makes a call, that call is rebroadcast to each site paying little heed to regardless of whether somebody is there to tune in. The clients have no sign that simulcasting is happening other than better scope.

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Multisite – Extending Coverage Units illuminate the system of their area: Each time the Radio is fueled up. Every time a System determination is made. Every time a Group choice is made. At the point when Radio identifies a high piece blunder rate on the Control Channel Radio will search for another site utilizing a calculation. Consequently changes to new site when criteria is met. RF Site 2 RF Site 1

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Radio Nomenclature Before really working the radio, one ought to know a portion of the terms and portrayals connected with operation. For example, Radio Microphone Speaker Control Unit Display Buttons Knobs Antenna Let's investigate these before really working the radio.

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Mounting The M7100 has a few mounting arrangements that could apply to you. Front Mount – radio and control is mounted together close to the administrator. Remote Mount – the radio is mounted remotely (trunk) and the control unit is close to the administrator. Double Control – Two control units controlling one radio. Operation is utilizing the control unit.

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Operator Position Control Unit has the greater part of the controls for the radio. The removable mouthpiece gives voice contribution and in addition the Push To Talk switch. Speaker is situated close to the control unit. Programming or versatile information connector might be noticeable. Speaker Programming Interface May not be introduced! Military Style Microphone

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Microphone Hang-Up-Button PTT Contains Microphone – Hold the amplifier roughly three inches from the mouth and talk in a typical voice. PTT – Push-To-Talk and Release-To-Listen Hang-Up Button – Off snare is the same as a CLEAR/MONITOR work. Putting the amplifier on snare will end uncommon calls. (Does not quits filtering.)

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CENTRAL EMS MAIN SYS GRP OPT MENU STS MSG CLR SCAN PHN DIS IND Control Unit Display 2 lines 8 characters Power On-Off Volume Control Keypad Indicators Light Sensor Group/Channel Selector 360  Rotation Emergency Scan Add/Delete Ramp Systems Menus Scan On-Off Microphone Connector

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LINE 1 : System Name (example: CENTRAL) Volume Level (VOL = 10) Caller Identification (GR 1234) 'Who Has Called' (* WHC *) Menu (MENU) LINE 2 : Talkgroup or Channel Name (EMS MAIN) Call Queued (QUEUED) System Busy (SYS BUSY) Call Denied (DENIED) Individual Call (*INDV*) Control Channel Scan (CC SCAN) Wide Area Scan (WA SCAN) Receive Emergency (*RXEMER*) Transmit Emergency (*TXEMER*) Menu Items (BCK LGHT) Display Messages Listing of a few messages that show up on line 1 and 2.

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Basic Operation Items to Discuss Power on the radio. Perused the show. Change frameworks. Change bunches. Start a gathering call. Get a gathering call. Announcing an Emergency. Checking Menu Operation

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POWER UP SELFTEST SYS GRP OPT MENU STS MSG CLR SCAN PHN DIS IND Power On and Log In Rotate Volume On/Off Control Clockwise about ¼ turn. All sections of the VFD* show ought to quickly show and the show ought to show Power Up Self Test, trailed by a capable of being heard beep and the framework/bunch show. The radio will transmit into the system and sign in consequently, telling the system the ID of the radio and the gathering that is chosen. Control On/Off & Volume * Vacuum Florescent Display

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CENTRAL EMS MAIN SCAN Displaying the Systems and Groups The radio's show is demonstrating the framework and gathering that you are a piece of. The top line will be the framework name speaking to an area and an arrangement of gatherings. Cases are: NORTH WEST CENTRAL SOUTH FULTON UTAC The second line will demonstrate the chose gather control by the little catches in favor of the radio. Cases are: MAIN CF ADMIN CAR CAR1 EMS MAIN UCALL 40 and so forth

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CENTRAL EMS MAIN SCAN Changing the System The System speaks to an area and an arrangement of gatherings. Framework names show up on Line 1 of the show. Press the slope fasten to increase to the coveted System or down to incline down to the wanted System. 1 In ordinary operation, the framework name may change as the radio secures the best RF site for operation. The radio won't choose the FULTON or UTAC framework naturally. 2

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CENTRAL EMS MAIN SCAN Changing Groups A gathering speaks to the general population to which you need to convey. The Group name will show up on Line 2 of the show. Utilize the revolving handle on the base left to choose the gathering. Pivot the handle in one course to progress through the rundown or turn the handle in the other bearing to go down in the rundown. The gatherings are the same in the majority of your frameworks with the exception of UTAC. 1 There are bunches of gatherings to choose! 2

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CENTRAL EMS MAIN SCAN Originate a Group Call Turn on the radio. Select the gathering you need to converse with. Gather names show up on Line 2 of the show. Push-to-Talk (PTT). Marker will light red while transmitting. Talk into the mouthpiece. 1 4 5 3 6 2

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GR 12345 EMS MAIN SCAN Receiving A Group Call The guest's Radio ID or moniker shows up on Line 1 (ex. 12345). The gathering that is being gotten shows up on Line 2. The Indicator will light green while accepting. Change Power On/Off & Volume control for satisfying level of sound, yet not to overdrive the speaker. PTT to react. 4 1 5 2 3

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CENTRAL *TXEMER* SYS GRP OPT MENU STS MSG CLR SCAN PHN DIS IND Declaring an Emergency Press and hold the red EMERGENCY catch for roughly 1 seconds. *TXEMER* shows up in the show and will keep on flashing, substituting with the chose amass, until the crisis is cleared. PTT and talk. 3 2 1 Receive Indication The support dispatcher clears crises. On the off chance that you pronounce a crisis, your radio will stay on the gathering until the crisis is cleared. This component just accessible when in the trunked mode, not accessible in UTAC framework. EM 12345 *RXEMER*

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Group Scanning A rundown of gatherings to check must exist before filtering can happen. The M7100 System show radio is arranged for client programmable filtering – the client makes and adjusts the rundown. There are three levels of need. Need 1 is the most elevated and need 3 (S) is the least. Checking must be headed toward make, include or erase bunches from the output list.

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CENTRAL EMS MAIN SYS GRP OPT MENU STS MSG CLR SCAN PHN DIS IND Turning SCAN On/Off Press SCAN and discharge to turn on the sweep work; any gathering in the output rundown will be examined. The light over the SCAN key shows SCAN on/off. Squeeze SCAN again to kill the sweep work (light off). 2 1 & 3 Note: The mouthpiece does not need to be on snare for the filtering to work.

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S EMS MAIN SYS GRP OPT MENU STS MSG CLR SCAN PHN DIS IND Establishing or Modifying a Scan List Make beyond any doubt Scan is killed. Select the gathering you wish to examine. Squeeze examine increase (+) to add the gathering to the output list S,1, or 2 will seem in light of client's sought need level. Squeeze check slope down (- ) to diminish erase the gathering from the Scan List. 1 3, 4 &5 2

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CENTRAL EMS4 SYS GRP OPT MENU STS MSG CLR SCAN PHN DIS IND Nuisance Deleting from a Scan List User entered or constrained sweep list just: When a call is being listened