X hits on this document

Powerpoint document

Technisonic Industries TDFM-136 - page 10 / 21

53 views

0 shares

0 downloads

0 comments

10 / 21

Command Scope

The commands can be characterized as belonging in one of three categories:

Operating commands are those which perform a direct function related to the use of the radio.

Edit comands allow the user to Edit the RF channel parameters (frequency, mode etc).

Configuration comands affect how the radio operates, including how other commands work.

TDFM-136

                      Transceiver Operation

Programming the Radio – Command Architecture

Command Nomenclature

The commands and command levels are abbreviated as follows:

Command Levels are abbreviated as Ln, where 'n' is the level number from 1 to 5.

example: L2 = command level 2

Command Numbers are abbreviated as -n, where 'n' is the command number from 0 to 9.

example: L2-1 = command level 2, command 1 (Edit  all/new channel)

Command Description

The commands are described in detail in both the Technisonic documents:

TDFM-136 Operators Manual, (TiL document #99RE266) and the

TDFM-136 Installation and Operating Instructions, (TiL document #99RE255)

These documents are available on-line at www.til.ca.

Document info
Document views53
Page views53
Page last viewedMon Dec 05 22:45:01 UTC 2016
Pages21
Paragraphs207
Words1488

Comments