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Seite 1 - Digital Portable Radio

ASTRO® XTSTM 5000Digital Portable RadioModel II User Guide

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ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II viiContentsInitiate a Call Alert Page ... 62Select an ID Number ...

Seite 3 - Quick Reference Card

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 87Special Radio FeaturesSite View and ChangeYou can view the number of the current site or force your radio to change to a new

Seite 4 - Menu Navigation

88Special Radio FeaturesTime and DateUsing this special feature, you can program the time and date as you might with other electronic devices. The clo

Seite 5 - DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 89Special Radio FeaturesPress u one or more times to move to an item you wish to change. 5 Press x or y to change the selected

Seite 6 - Disclaimer

90Special Radio FeaturesOutdoor Location (using GPS)The Outdoor Location (using GPS) feature allows radio users to determine their current location us

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ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 91Special Radio Features3 Press D, E, or F directly below RFSH to obtain a new location fix. The top line will temporarily dis

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92Special Radio FeaturesLocation and Emergency Feature InteractionWhen the Emergency feature is activated by pressing the emergency button, the radio

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ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 93Special Radio FeaturesGPS EnabledYour RSM’s GPS Enabled feature uses information from the Global Positioning System (GPS) sa

Seite 10 - Contents

94Special Radio FeaturesKeep in mind that the accuracy of the location information and the time it takes to obtain it varies depending upon circumstan

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ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 95ARS User Login and Text Messaging FeaturesAutomatic Registration Service (ARS)The Automatic Registration Service feature pro

Seite 12 - ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II ix

96ARS User Login and Text Messaging Features2 Press D, E, or F directly below CHAN.The display shows the current channel name (in this case, NONSVR) b

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viiiContentsText Messaging...102Accessing TMS Feature ...

Seite 14 - General Radio Operation

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 97ARS User Login and Text Messaging FeaturesARS User Login FeatureThe user login feature allows you as the user to be associat

Seite 15 - Your XTS 5000 Model II Radio

98ARS User Login and Text Messaging FeaturesTo Login as a User4 Selecting a Predefined UsernamePress U to scroll to the next username.ORPress V to scr

Seite 16 - Programmable Controls

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 99ARS User Login and Text Messaging Features5 If you log in with a selected predefined username comprising of 8 characters or

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100ARS User Login and Text Messaging Features7 Press D below CNCL to cancel the login in progress screen and return to the initial user login screen.8

Seite 18 - Status Symbols

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 101ARS User Login and Text Messaging Features10 To log out :Press D below LOGT Upon pressing the LOGT button, a confirmation s

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102ARS User Login and Text Messaging FeaturesText MessagingThe Text Messaging Service (TMS) is an application service through which you can send and r

Seite 20 - Menu Select Buttons

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 103ARS User Login and Text Messaging FeaturesUse the Preprogrammed TMS Button1 Press the preprogrammed button to access the TM

Seite 21 - Home Button

104ARS User Login and Text Messaging FeaturesTable 9: TMS Menu OptionsMenu Options Description/ FunctionINBX This is used to store new incoming messag

Seite 22 - LED Indicators

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 105ARS User Login and Text Messaging FeaturesTable 10: TMS Status SymbolsSymbol IndicationPriority MessageThis icon is display

Seite 23 - Alert Tones

106ARS User Login and Text Messaging FeaturesRead MessageThis icon is used to indicate that the selected message in the Inbox has been read.Unread Mes

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ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II ixContentsAppendix: Maritime Radio Use in the VHF Frequency Range . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 107ARS User Login and Text Messaging FeaturesReceive a MessageTo View Message from the Inbox.When you receive a message, a mom

Seite 26 - Standard Accessories

108ARS User Login and Text Messaging FeaturesSend a Predefined MessageThe Quick Text Messages are messages that are predefined and usually consist of

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ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 109ARS User Login and Text Messaging Features5 Append a Priority Message or Request ReplyBefore sending your message, you can

Seite 28 - Smart Battery Status

110ARS User Login and Text Messaging FeaturesReply to a Received Message1 Press D below RPLY to reply to a message.The Quick Text Message Screen appea

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ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 111ARS User Login and Text Messaging FeaturesDelete a Message1 From the Inbox or Sent screen, scroll to select a message for d

Seite 30 - Belt Clip

112ARS User Login and Text Messaging FeaturesTo Access the Sent FolderThe Sent folder stores the messages that were sent out previously. The Sent fold

Seite 31 - Universal Connector Cover

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 113Helpful TipsRadio Care• The XTS 5000 radio casting has two vent ports that allow for pressure equalization in the radio. Ne

Seite 32 - Radio On and Off

114Helpful TipsCleaningTo clean the external surfaces of your radio:1 Combine one teaspoon of mild dishwashing detergent to one gallon of water (0.5%

Seite 33 - Zones and Channels

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 115Helpful TipsHandling• Do not pound, drop, or throw the radio unnecessarily. Never carry the radio by the antenna.• Avoid su

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116Helpful TipsBatteryBattery LifeBattery life is determined by several factors. Among the more critical are the regular overcharge of batteries and t

Seite 35 - Entry CHAN

xTable 1: Channel MapUse the chart below to map the channels (Cx) and zones (Zx) for your radio.Z1 Z2 Z3 Z4 Z5 Z6C1C2C3C4C5C6C7C8C9C10C11C12C13C14C15C

Seite 36 - CHUP or CHDN

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 117Helpful TipsLED and SoundsWhen your battery is low: • you see the LED flash red when the PTT button is pressed• you hear a

Seite 37 - Mode Select Button

118Helpful Tipsnationwide Rechargeable Battery Recycling Corporation (RBRC) program for NiCd battery collection and recycling. Many retailers and deal

Seite 38 - Receive / Transmit

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 119Helpful TipsAntennaRadio Operating FrequenciesThe following antenna types are compatible with your radio:Before installing

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120Helpful Tips800MHz Stubby, Quarterwave3.4 86 WHITE 806-870 MHz NAF5042700/800MHz Whip7 178 GREEN 764-870 MHz NAF5080Antenna Type Approx. LengthInsu

Seite 40 - Conventional Mode Operation

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 121AccessoriesMotorola provides the following approved accessories to improve the productivity of your XTS 5000 portable two-w

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122AccessoriesCarry AccessoriesBelt ClipsBelt LoopsNTN8297 1525 mAh NiCd Intrinsically Safe (FM/CSA) RuggedizedNTN8299 1700 mAh NiMH Intrinsically Saf

Seite 42 - Common Radio Features

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 123AccessoriesCarry CasesChargersNTN9213 Belt loop, 2.5", high-activity, D clipNTN8380 Case, hard leather high-activity (

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124AccessoriesSurveillance AccessoriesEarpiecesWPLN4130 impres™ multi-unit, tri-chemistry, with display (US, NA plug)BDN6664 Earpiece with standard ea

Seite 44 - Mute or Unmute Keypad Tones

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 125AccessoriesHeadsets and Headset AccessoriesRadio Interface Modules for Ear MicrophonesBDN6635 Heavy-duty VOX headset with n

Seite 45 - Digital Options

126AccessoriesSpeaker, Remote Speaker and Public Safety MicrophonesCommPort Integrated Microphone/ReceiversBDN6708 PTT interface module (for use with

Seite 46 - PL Defeat

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 1General Radio OperationNotations Used in This ManualThroughout the text in this publication, you will notice the use of WARNI

Seite 47 - Time-out Timer

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 127AccessoriesSwitchesVehicular AdaptersAccessories0180300E83Remote PTT body switch for EMSNTN7660 Tilt / man down switchNTN83

Seite 48 - Emergency

128AccessoriesNotes94C26-K_XTS5000Mdl2.book Page 128 Friday, April 25, 2008 9:48 PM

Seite 49 - Send an Emergency Call

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 129Appendix: Maritime Radio Use in the VHF Frequency RangeSpecial Channel AssignmentsEmergency ChannelIf you are in imminent a

Seite 50 - Send a Silent Emergency Alarm

130Appendix: Maritime Radio Use in the VHF Frequency RangeNon-Commercial Call ChannelFor non-commercial transmissions, such as fishing reports, rendez

Seite 51 - Emergency Keep-Alive

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 131Appendix: Maritime Radio Use in the VHF Frequency Range8 156.400 –9 156.450 156.45010 156.500 156.50011 156.550 156.55012 1

Seite 52 - Scan List Empty

132Appendix: Maritime Radio Use in the VHF Frequency Range* Simplex channels 3, 21, 23, 61, 64, 81, 82, and 83 cannot be lawfully used by the general

Seite 53 - T or S or S or no icon

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 133GlossaryThis glossary is a list of specialized terms used in this manual.ACK Acknowledgment of communication.Active Channel

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134GlossaryControl Channel In a trunking system, one of the channels that is used to provide a continuous, two-way/data communications path between th

Seite 55 - T or S or S or no icon

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 135GlossaryHang Up Disconnect.Home Display The first display information after the radio completes its self test.KVL Key-varia

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136GlossaryPreprogrammed Refers to a software feature that has been activated by a qualified radio technician.Private (Conversation) CallA feature tha

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2General Radio OperationYour XTS 5000 Model II RadioMAEPF-27192-A12024578121415161736911101318 1994C26-K_XTS5000Mdl2.book Page 2 Friday, April 25, 2

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ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 137GlossaryStatus Calls Pre-defined text messages that allow the user to send a conditional message without talking.Tactical/N

Seite 59 - Turn Scan On or Off

138GlossaryNotes94C26-K_XTS5000Mdl2.book Page 138 Friday, April 25, 2008 9:48 PM

Seite 60 - Delete a Nuisance Channel

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 139Commercial WarrantyLimited WarrantyMOTOROLA COMMUNICATION PRODUCTSI. WHAT THIS WARRANTY COVERS AND FOR HOW LONG:MOTOROLA IN

Seite 61 - Conventional Scan Only

140Commercial Warrantythe Product is unique, MOTOROLA disclaims liability for range, coverage, or operation of the system as a whole under this warran

Seite 62 - Quick Access (One-Touch)

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 141Commercial Warrantywhich sold you the Product, it can facilitate your obtaining warranty service. You can also call Motorol

Seite 63 - Initiate a Phone Call

142Commercial Warrantythe time the Product was initially distributed from MOTOROLA.J) Scratches or other cosmetic damage to Product surfaces that does

Seite 64 - Make a Phone Call

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 143Commercial Warrantythe use of ancillary equipment or software not furnished by MOTOROLA which is attached to or used in con

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144Commercial WarrantyNotes94C26-K_XTS5000Mdl2.book Page 144 Friday, April 25, 2008 9:48 PM

Seite 66 - Private Calls (Trunking Only)

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 145IndexNumerics4-way navigation button ...9Aaccessinbox ...107sent folder ..

Seite 67 - Answer a Private Call

146Indexuse the preprogrammed scan list programming switch and the menu ...43emergencykeep alive ...

Seite 68 - Select an ID Number

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 3General Radio OperationPhysical Features of the XTS 5000 Model II RadioProgrammable ControlsThe following radio controls can

Seite 69 - Make a Private Call

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 147Indexquick access (one-touch) ...53select an ID number ...55private data ...

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148Indexuse the preprogrammed smart battery button ...15PTT (conventional only) ...70special radio features ...

Seite 72 - Make a Selective Call

*6881094C26*Motorola, Inc.1301 E. Algonquin Rd.Schaumburg, IL60196-1078, U.S.A. MOTOROLA, the Stylized M Logo and ASTRO are registeredin the U.S. Pate

Seite 73 - Call Alert Paging

4General Radio OperationDisplayThe above screen is typical of what you will see on your radio. The 64 x 96 pixel liquid crystal display (LCD) shows ra

Seite 74 - Answer a Call Alert Page

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 5General Radio OperationBacklightIf poor light conditions make the display, keypad, or channel numbers (around the 16-Position

Seite 75 - Initiate a Call Alert Page

6General Radio OperationrTalkaround• On = you are talking directly to another radio, not through a repeater, during conventional operation only• Off =

Seite 77 - Operation Only)

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 7General Radio OperationThe bottom row of the display contains one to three menu entries (also known as softkeys). The menu en

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8General Radio OperationMenu Entry FeaturesHome ButtonThe Home button always returns you to the home (default) display. In most cases, this is the cur

Seite 79 - Send a Status Call

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 9General Radio OperationApp Button (TMS Feature Button)This button brings you to the Text Messaging Service (TMS) feature scre

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10General Radio OperationAlert TonesAn alert tone is a sound or group of sounds. Your radio uses alert tones to inform you of your radio’s conditions.

Seite 81 - Repeater or Direct Operation

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 11General Radio OperationShort,Medium-PitchedToneValid Key-Presswhen correct key is pressedRadio Self-Test Passwhen radio pass

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12General Radio OperationShort,Medium-PitchedTone (Chirp)GPS RSM Low Battery Chirpwhen this accessory battery is below preset threshold valueRingingFa

Seite 83 - Smart PTT (Conventional Only)

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 13General Radio OperationStandard AccessoriesBatteryCharging the BatteryThe Motorola-approved battery shipped with your radio

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14General Radio OperationAttach the BatteryRemove the Battery1 With the radio turned off, insert the top edge of the battery into the radio’s frame as

Seite 85 - Managing Encryption

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 15General Radio OperationSmart Battery StatusThis feature lets you view the status of your Smart Battery.Use the MenuUse the P

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16General Radio OperationAntennaFor information regarding available antennas, see page 119.Attach the AntennaRemove the AntennaWith the radio turned o

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ASTRO® XTS™ 5000 Digital Portable Radio, Model II Quick Reference CardProduct Safety and RF Exposure ComplianceATTENTION! This radio is restricted to

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ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 17General Radio OperationBelt ClipAttach the Belt ClipRemove the Belt Clip1 Align the grooves of the belt clip with those of t

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18General Radio OperationUniversal Connector CoverThe universal connector is located on the antenna side of the radio. It is used to connect accessori

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ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 19General Radio OperationRadio On and OffTurn the Radio OnTurn the Radio OffTurn the On/Off/Volume Control knob clockwise.Note

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20General Radio OperationZones and ChannelsA zone is a grouping of channels. A channel is a group of radio characteristics, such as transmit/receive f

Seite 92 - Digital PTT ID

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 21General Radio OperationUse the Menu Entry ZNUP or ZNDNUse the Preprogrammed Zone Switch1 Press u to find ZNUP and ZNDN.2 Pr

Seite 93 - View Your Radio’s ID Number

22General Radio OperationSelect a ChannelConsult a qualified radio technician for the right choice between the following methods:Use the Preprogrammed

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ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 23General Radio OperationUse the Menu Entry CHUP or CHDN 1 Press u to find CHUP and CHDN.2 Press and hold D, E, or F directly

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24General Radio OperationMode Select Button This feature lets you program the current zone and channel to a Mode Select button with a long press on th

Seite 96 - Select Enable / Disable

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 25General Radio OperationReceive / TransmitRadio users who switch from analog to digital radios often assume that the lack of

Seite 97 - Trunking System Controls

26General Radio OperationUse the Preprogrammed Monitor Button3 Adjust the Volume Control knob if necessary.4 Release the Volume Set button.5 Press and

Seite 98 - Site Lock

Display Status Symbols Menu Entries (Use With Menu Navigation)mReceiving an individual callpThe radio is in the view or program mode; On Steady = view

Seite 99 - Site Trunking

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 27General Radio OperationConventional Mode OperationYour radio may be programmed to receive Private-Line® (PL) calls:1 Momenta

Seite 100 - Site View and Change

28General Radio OperationNotes94C26-K_XTS5000Mdl2.book Page 28 Friday, April 25, 2008 9:48 PM

Seite 101 - Time and Date

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 29Common Radio FeaturesSelectable Power LevelThis feature lets you select the power level at which your radio will transmit. T

Seite 102 - Special Radio Features

30Common Radio FeaturesUse the Preprogrammed Transmit Power Level Switch1 Move the TX Power Level switch to the Low Power position. The power level is

Seite 103 - Outdoor Location (using GPS)

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 31Common Radio FeaturesMute or Unmute Keypad TonesYou can turn the keypad tones on or off.Use the MenuUse the Preprogrammed Ke

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32Common Radio FeaturesConventional Squelch OperationAnalog OptionsTone Private Line (PL), Digital Private-Line (DPL), and carrier squelch can be avai

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ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 33Common Radio FeaturesPL DefeatWith this feature, you can override any coded squelch (DPL or PL) that might be preprogrammed

Seite 106 - GPS Enabled

34Common Radio FeaturesTime-out TimerThe time-out timer turns off your radio’s transmitter. The timer is set for 60 seconds at shipment, but it can be

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ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 35Common Radio FeaturesEmergencyIf the top (orange) button is programmed to send an emergency signal, then this signal overrid

Seite 108 - Features

36Common Radio FeaturesSend an Emergency Call2 When you receive the dispatcher’s acknowledgment, you see ACK RECEIVED, four tones sound, the alarm end

Seite 109 - Server mode

This declaration is applicable to your radio only if your radio is labeled with the FCC logo shown below.DECLARATION OF CONFORMITYPer FCC CFR 47 Part

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ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 37Common Radio FeaturesSend a Silent Emergency AlarmNote: To exit emergency at any time, press and hold the Emergency button.2

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38Common Radio FeaturesNote: For ALL Emergency signals, when changing channels: • If the new channel is also programmed for Emergency, you can change

Seite 112 - Non ARS enabled mode

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 39Common Radio FeaturesListsYou can use lists to store frequently used numbers and associate them with names. There are four l

Seite 113 - LOGIN FAILED

40Common Radio FeaturesEdit a Scan ListThis feature lets you change scan list members and priorities.Use the Menu1 Press u to find PROG.2 Press D, E,

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ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 41Common Radio FeaturesUse the Menu and the Preprogrammed Select (Top Side) ButtonT = this channel is in the scan list as a no

Seite 115 - Z1 ARSSVR

42Common Radio Features5 Press the Select button once to add the currently displayed channel to the scan list.AND/ORPress the Select button one or mor

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ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 43Common Radio FeaturesUse the Preprogrammed Scan List Programming Switch and the Menu1 Move the Scan List Programming switch

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44Common Radio FeaturesChange the Scan List Status Only 5 Press v or u to select more channels to be added or deleted.ORUse the 16-Position Select kno

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ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 45Common Radio FeaturesT = this channel is in the scan list as a non-priority channel.S = this channel is in the scan list as

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46Common Radio FeaturesScanThe scan feature allows you to monitor traffic on different channels by scanning a preprogrammed list of channels. Your rad

Seite 120 - Receive a Message

Product Safety and RF Exposure ComplianceATTENTION! This radio is restricted to occupational use only to satisfy FCC RF energy exposure requirements.

Seite 121 - Send a Predefined Message

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 47Common Radio FeaturesDelete a Nuisance ChannelWhen the radio scans to a channel that you do not wish to hear (nuisance chann

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48Common Radio FeaturesConventional Scan OnlyMake a Dynamic Priority ChangeWhile the radio is scanning, the dynamic priority change feature lets you t

Seite 123 - I’ll be late

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 49Common Radio FeaturesTelephone Calls (Trunking Only)Use your radio to make calls similar to standard phone calls. A landline

Seite 124 - Delete a Message

50Common Radio FeaturesAnswer a Phone CallUse the preprogrammed Call Response button to answer a call.Initiate a Phone Call1 When a phone call is rece

Seite 125 - Good morning

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 51Common Radio FeaturesSelect a Phone NumberMake a Phone Call 1 Press u to find the phone number you want.Note: Press LNUM to

Seite 126 - Helpful Tips

52Common Radio FeaturesTable 8: Phone Call Display and Alert PromptsWhen you press the PTT button and the phone system is not available, you hear a lo

Seite 127 - Cleaning

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 53Common Radio FeaturesPrivate Calls (Trunking Only)These one-to-one calls between two radios are not heard by others in the c

Seite 128 - Handling

54Common Radio FeaturesAnswer a Private CallUse the preprogrammed Call Response button to answer a call.1 When a Private Call is received, you hear tw

Seite 129 - Charging the Battery

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 55Common Radio FeaturesInitiate a Private CallSelect an ID Number1 Press u to find CALL.2 Press D, E, or F directly below CALL

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56Common Radio FeaturesMake a Private Call 1 Press the PTT button to start the Private Call.The called ID is momentarily displayed, then you see PLEAS

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Seite 132 - Radio Operating Frequencies

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 57Common Radio FeaturesSelective Calls (ASTRO Conventional Only)A Selective Call is used to call a select individual. It is in

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58Common Radio FeaturesAnswer a Selective CallInitiate a Selective Call1 When a Selective Call is received, you hear two alert tones, the LED blinks G

Seite 134 - Accessories

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 59Common Radio FeaturesSelect an ID NumberMake a Selective Call 1 Press U to find the ID number you want.Note: Press LNUM to g

Seite 135 - Carry Accessories

60Common Radio FeaturesCall Alert Paging Call Alert allows your radio to work like a pager. Even if other users are away from their radios, or if they

Seite 136 - Chargers

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 61Common Radio FeaturesAnswer a Call Alert Page3 Press h or the Call Response button to hang up and return to the home display

Seite 137 - Surveillance Accessories

62Common Radio FeaturesInitiate a Call Alert Page1 Press u to find PAGE.2 Press D, E, or F directly below PAGE. If an individual Call Alert page was l

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ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 63Common Radio FeaturesSelect an ID NumberSend a Call Alert Page1 Press u to find the ID number you want.Note: Press LNUM to g

Seite 139 - Microphones

64Common Radio FeaturesConventional Talkgroup Calls (Conventional Operation Only)Talkgroup Call lets you define a group of conventional system users s

Seite 140 - Vehicular Adapters

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 65Common Radio Features5 Press h or the PTT button, or turn the 16-Position Select knob to exit.94C26-K_XTS5000Mdl2.book Page

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66Common Radio FeaturesStatus Calls (ASTRO 25 Trunking Only)You can send data calls to the dispatcher about a predefined status. Each status can have

Seite 142 - VHF Frequency Range

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II vContentsGeneral Radio Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1Notations Used in This Manual ...

Seite 143 - Non-Commercial Call Channel

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 67Common Radio FeaturesUse the Preprogrammed Status ButtonNote: No traffic is heard on trunked channels while Status Calls is

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68Common Radio FeaturesRepeater or Direct OperationAlso known as “talkaround operation,” DIRECT lets you bypass the repeater and connect directly to a

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ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 69Common Radio FeaturesUse the Preprogrammed Repeater/Direct SwitchPlace the Repeater/Direct switch in either the Repeater or

Seite 146 - Glossary

70Common Radio FeaturesSmart PTT (Conventional Only)Smart PTT is a per-channel, programmable feature used in conventional radio systems to keep radio

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ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 71Special Radio FeaturesSecure OperationsSecure radio operation provides the highest commercially available level of voice sec

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72Special Radio FeaturesManaging EncryptionKey LoadingRefer to the key-variable loader (KVL) manual for equipment connections and setup.MultikeyThe mu

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ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 73Special Radio Featuressuch as dynamic regrouping, failsoft, or emergency talkgroup. You can have operator-selectable key era

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74Special Radio FeaturesKeyset SelectionThis feature allows you to select one or more groups of several encryption keys from among the available keys

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ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 75Special Radio Features4 To save the newly selected keyset, press the button directly below SEL. The radio will then exit key

Seite 152 - Commercial Warranty

76Special Radio FeaturesKey ZeroizationThis enables the user to erase all or selected encryption keys.Use the Menu 1 Press U until the display shows E

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viContentsUse the Preprogrammed Keypad Mute Button ...31Conventional Squelch Operation...

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ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 77Special Radio FeaturesUse the ButtonsNote: This is the method used for erasing the single key in radios with the single-key

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78Special Radio FeaturesOver-the-Air Rekeying (Rekey Request) (ASTRO Conventional Only)The over-the-air rekeying (OTAR) feature allows the dispatcher

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ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 79Special Radio FeaturesDigital PTT IDReceiveThis feature allows you to see the radio ID number of the radio you are currently

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80Special Radio FeaturesView Your Radio’s ID NumberUse the MenuUse the Preprogrammed Call or Page Button1 Press u to find CALL or PAGE.2 Press D, E, o

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ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 81Special Radio FeaturesDynamic Regrouping (Trunking Only)The dynamic regrouping feature lets the dispatcher temporarily reass

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82Special Radio FeaturesUse the Preprogrammed Reprogram Request Button3 If you hear one beep- Press the PTT button to send the reprogram request again

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ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 83Special Radio FeaturesSelect Enable / DisableThe dispatcher can classify regrouped radios into either of two categories: Sel

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84Special Radio FeaturesTrunking System ControlsFailsoftThe Failsoft system ensures continuous radio communications during a trunked system failure. I

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ASTRO XTS 5000 Model II 85Special Radio FeaturesSite LockThis feature allows your radio to lock onto a specific site and not roam among wide-area talk

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86Special Radio FeaturesSite TrunkingIf the zone controller loses communication with any site, that site reverts to site trunking. When this occurs, y

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