Repeater Controllers and Repeater Systems

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When one or more ports are linked together, additional courtesy tones are sent to allow easy identification of the signal heard. For example, if you have Ports 1 and 2 linked and you're currently talking on Port 1, you'll hear an additional courtesy tone whenever someone unkeys on Port 2.
 
Courtesy Tone #10 is played if the signal comes from the "previous" port and Courtesy Tone #9 is played if the signal comes from the "next" port. The relationship between ports is described below:
 
Previous Port
  • If your currently used Port is 1, the Previous Port is 3
  • If your currently used Port is 2, the Previous Port is 1
  • If your currently used Port is 3, the Previous Port is 2
 
Next Port
  • If your currently used Port is 1, the Next Port is 2
  • If your currently used Port is 2, the Next Port is 3
  • If your currently used Port is 3, the Next Port is 1
 
For example, Port 1 is linked to Port 2 and a signal arrives on Port 2's receiver. From our list above, we see that Port 2 is Port 1's "next" Port, so Port 1's Courtesy Tone #9 will be sent whenever the signal on Port 2's receive disappears.
 
Accordingly, we can program Port 1's Courtesy Tone #9 the way we want it to sound.

Applies To

RC210 Repeater Controller

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Created : 2012-12-16 11:00:59, Last Modified : 2012-12-16 11:02:21

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