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I am trying to figure out how to turn off the DTMF tones on my GP68 Motorola Radio. Can you give me step by step instructions or call me at 404-735-3413

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Follow the link below for detailed programing instructions.

http://www.batlabs.com/gpman/top.html

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It is basically a telephone style keypad which emits the standard tone sounds, and when used in conjunction with the appropriate system can make phone calls, or turn equipment on and off. A good example would be an irrigation system at a golf course. Many time the golf course manager can control the on and off of the irrigation system from the keypad on his radio.

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If the answer is yes to these it sounds like you have turned off DTMF tones. If it is off, key presses look like they work but actually the phone is blocking the tone for that button from being sent down your line. People sometimes turn off by mistake or to stop their mobile number being visible when calling someone. If you look in menu and make sure DTMF tones are ON it should solve your problem? Hope that helps?

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On your first radio, the one we've been discussing, I believe you have the DPL code set incorrectly. Your radio will go up to the number 126, but this is not the DPL code's number. It is simply a numbering system.

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Disclaimer: This numbering system listed in the user guide does not follow any common numbering system. I have other TPL/DPL charts which differ. The above reference is only based on what I have read in the user guide.

I am confident if your radio worked previously at another job site, using other frequencies/PL codes, that your only issue at this time is programming.

As for your unlock issue on the other GP68. Your radio may be in need of repair. The internal button is possibly wornout or has been depressed too far, and is bent on the board beyond the point of functioning.

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Yes, what you describe is possible, although it may require some custom set up. You would need a receiver and circuit set up at the gate to receive the signal from the GP300 and activate gate control mechanism. You would also need some sort of signalling device (such as a DTMF touch tone pad).

There is an optional DTMF pad for the GP300 or you could use an external DTMF tone generator and just hold it up to the microphone of the GP300 to send the tones. Additionally there are several out of the box receiver solutions that include activation circuits that could be tied into your gate control. The Ritron TeleSwitch immediately comes to mind (Ritron has a whole line of gate control products) but other manufacturers such as Motorola have solutions available as well.

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