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MOTOTRBO™ System Training

Module 5 – CPS

MOTOTRBO™ System Training – Release 2.0


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Module Objective

Upon completion of this module, participants will be able to:

– Describe features, functionality and benefits of the CPS


– Setup and install the CPS
– Configure the codeplug
– Purchase, register, and activate premium radio features
– Generate customer report

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Module Map

Module 5 – Customer Programming Software

Introduction

Setup and Installation

Codeplug Configuration

Purchasing Premium Radio Features

Reports

Lab Exercise

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Topic 1 – Introduction

MOTOTRBO CPS

MOTOTRBO CPS Toolbar

Enhancements and Benefits

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Introduction
MOTOTRBO Customer Programming Software (CPS)

• MOTOTRBO Customer Programming Software (CPS) is a tool used


to program MOTOTRBO radios and repeater.

• CPS allows each radio to be uniquely programmed according to an


organization’s operational requirements.

• A ‘codeplug’ is a solid state of information stored within the radio or


repeater, which can be read using CPS and manipulated accordingly.

• By default, each MOTOTRBO CPS installation is preloaded with


sample codeplugs for the various MOTOTRBO radios and repeater.

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Introduction
MOTOTRBO CPS Tool Bar

Open Retrieve and display an archived file.


Save Store a file at a desired path.
Delete Remove the selected item(s) from the list.
Cut Remove selected item(s) from one document
Copy Duplicate selected item(s) to the clipboard.
Paste Paste the duplicated item(s).
Search Keyword search of CPS fields
Read Read data stored in a radio.
Write Write data to the radio.
Clone Copy the configuration of a radio to another radio of the same model.
Reports Generate three different types of reports.

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Introduction
Enhancements and Benefits

• Graphical User Interface (GUI)


with easily identifiable icons.

• Tree view provides quick


navigation for specific
programming needs.

• Specific codeplug is tailored to


suit each mobile unit.

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Introduction
Enhancements and Benefits (Cont.)

• Tree View
• Configuration View
- Grouping of the radio features
in the form of tree nodes.

• Configuration View
- Configure codeplug by
changing values in fields
provided.

• Help View
- Displays information for each
feature in the configuration
view.
• Tree View • Help View

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Introduction
Enhancements and Benefits (Cont.)

• MOTOTRBO CPS allows users to


switch between basic and expert view.

– Basic View
• Displays most of the features that are
commonly used in a radio or repeater.

– Expert View
• Displays more advanced features in
addition to features found in Basic View.

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Introduction
Enhancements and Benefits (Cont.)

• Multiple codeplug windows can be opened.


• In addition, user can drag an archive file from Windows Explorer and
drop it to CPS.

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Introduction
Enhancements and Benefits (Cont.)

• Online help provides


further explanation on
radio’s features and
operability.

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Topic 2 – Setup and Installation

Software and Hardware Requirements

Setup Diagram

Install MOTOTRBO CPS

Install MOTOTRBO Driver

Network Connection

IP Repeater Programming

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Setup and Installation
Software and Hardware Requirements

• Operating System
– Microsoft® Windows® 7 Professional (32-bit/64-bit) Edition
– Microsoft® Windows® 7 Home Premium (32-bit/64-bit) Edition
– Microsoft® Windows® Vista Business Edition
– Microsoft® Windows® Vista Home Premium Edition
– Microsoft® Windows® XP Home/Professional Edition SP2 or SP3

• Hardware requirements
– Pentium® 1GHz
– 256 MB Disk Space
– Processor speed and RAM as recommended by the stated operating system
– USB Port
– CD ROM Drive

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Setup and Installation
Setup Diagram – Mobile Radio Setup (Front Connector)

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Setup and Installation
Setup Diagram – Mobile Radio Setup (Rear Connector)

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Setup and Installation
Setup Diagram – Portable Radio Setup

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Setup and Installation
Setup Diagram – Repeater

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Setup and Installation
Install MOTOTRBO CPS

1. Unplug any MOTOTRBO devices that are connected to your computer.


2. Exit all other programs running on your computer.
3. Insert the Installation CD into the CD drive.
4. Select the CPS option from the installation screen.
• NOTE: If the installation application does not automatically launch, find
the Autorun.exe file on your CD ROM and double click the file, and return
to step 4.
5. Click ‘Next’ when the welcome screen appears.
6. Read the software license agreement before accepting.
7. Follow the instructions on the screen to complete the installation.
8. Once the CPS installation is complete, proceed to install the MOTOTRBO
driver and setup the MOTOTRBO local area connection on your computer.

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Setup and Installation
Install MOTOTRBO Driver

• MOTOTRBO Driver is detected by the computer automatically. Driver software


allows the computer to communicate with the radio.

• Ensure that the radio is connected to the computer using the programming
cable.

• Once MOTOTRBO Radio is powered on, computer will prompt a message


stating new hardware has been detected.

• This installation is done once only. However, if a different computer is used for
future radio programming, similar steps are taken.

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Setup and Installation
Install MOTOTRBO Driver - Windows® Vista Business/Home
1. Exit all other MOTOTRBO applications running on your computer.
2. Connect the programming cable to the radio, then connect the
programming cable to the USB port on your computer. Turn on the
radio.
3. The ‘Driver Software Installation’ window appears automatically.
4. The installation is complete, click ‘Close’.

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Setup and Installation
Install MOTOTRBO Driver - Windows® XP Home/Professional

1. Exit all other MOTOTRBO application running on your computer.


2. Connect the programming cable to the radio, then connect the
programming cable to the USB port on your computer. Turn on the
radio.
3. The ‘Found New Hardware’ window appears automatically.
4. Select ‘No, not at this time’.
5. Select ‘Install the software automatically (Recommended)’. Click
‘Next’.
6. Please wait a while your computer searches and installs the driver.
• NOTE: Click ‘Browse’ to manually locate the driver. The default path is C:/Program
Files\ Common Files\Motorola\MOTOTRBO Driver.
7. Once the installation is complete, click ‘Finish’.

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Setup and Installation
Network Connection

1. Click ‘Start’ / ‘ Settings’ / ‘Local Area Connection’, or ‘Start’ /


‘Control Panel’ / ‘Network Connection’ / ‘Open’
2. Select ‘ View’ / ‘Details in the menu’.
3. Double click on the Network Connection named ‘Local Area
Connection’ which has the Device Name ‘MOTOTORBO Radio’.
• NOTE: You might have more than one Local Area Connection, be sure to
select the correct one.
4. Click ‘Properties’.
5. Uncheck all the checkboxes except for ‘Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)’.
Select ‘Show icon in notification area when connected’ and ‘Notify
me when this connection has limited or no connectivity’.
6. Click ‘Ok’.

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Setup and Installation
IP Repeater Programming
• Configure the IP System
Settings for each Repeater
System.
• Use the Connect option to allow
the CPS to establish a
connection with any configured
Repeater System.
• Access to all Peer repeaters is
via the Master repeater.
• For a Single Site repeater to
support IP Repeater
Programming, it must be
configured as a Master
repeater.
• When programming the
Repeaters within an IP Site
Connect or Capacity Plus
system, it is recommended that
the Master repeater be
programmed last.

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Topic 3 – Codeplug Configuration

Introduction

Single Unit Codeplug (.ctb) Configuration

Link Establishment System Codeplug (.mtb) Configuration

Firmware Update Recover

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Introduction

• MOTOTRBO CPS allows each radio to be uniquely programmed


according to an organization’s specific functional requirements.

• MOTOTRBO CPS comes with default codeplug for its radios and
repeater. Also, a radio’s codeplug can be read using the ‘Read’ button
in the CPS.

• There are two different types of codeplug, which are the Single Unit
Codeplug (.ctb) and the Link Establishment System Codeplug (.mtb).

• The following slides will demonstrate the configurations for both


codeplug.

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Single Unit Codeplug Configuration
Radio / Repeater Settings
• The following slides will demonstrate how the Single Unit
Codeplug (.ctb) is configured for the following features:
1. Digital Channel 11. Enhanced Channel Access
2. Analog Channel 12. Scan
3. Capacity Plus Personality 13. Roam
4. Capacity Plus Voice Channel 14. Network Settings
5. Capacity Plus Data Channel 15. General Settings
6. Phone Channel 16. Digital Emergency System
7. Group Call 17. Capacity Plus Emergency System
8. Private Call 18. Phone Signalling System
9. All Call 19. Quick Text Messaging
10. Phone Call (Digital Telephone 20. Privacy – Basic & Enhanced
Patch)

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Single Unit Codeplug Configuration
Radio / Repeater Settings (cont.)
• The following slides will demonstrate how the Single Unit
Codeplug (.ctb) is configured for the following features:
21. GPS Revert 31. IP Site Connect
22. Transmit Interrupt 32. Capacity Plus Voice List
23. VOX 33. Capacity Plus Data List
24. Color Code 34. Repeater – General Settings
25. Lone Worker 35. Repeater – Digital Mode
26. Bluetooth® Support 36. Repeater – Analog Mode
27. Intelligent Audio 37. Repeater – Dynamic Mixed Mode
28. Color Display 38. Repeater – Network Settings
29. Voice Announcement 39. Repeater – Digital Telephone
30. Customised User Guide Patch

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Single Unit Codeplug Configuration
Digital Channel

• Attaches a Scan/Roam List to


the Channel
• Activates Scan for this
channel
• Provisions color code
• Assigns the channel to
a specific time slot
• Creates a Phone System
for this channel
• Enables the Enhanced
GPS feature on the
GPS Revert channel
• Enables privacy

• Configures option
board functionalities

• Enables the Lone


Worker feature

• Equips current channel


with IP Site Connect

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Single Unit Codeplug Configuration
Digital Channel (Cont.)

• Assigns a private
call contact or a
group contact
• Provides VOX
capabilities

• Assigns a specific
receive group list to • Sets transmissions on this
the channel channel as interruptible

• Configures channel
admit criteria
• Configures Emergency
settings
• Provisions a GPS
Revert channel

• Enables Enhanced
Channel Access

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Single Unit Codeplug Configuration
Analogue Channel
• Determines channel bandwidth

• Configures squelch settings

• Enables the Lone Worker feature

• PL or DPL settings for • PL or DPL settings for


receive transmit

• Determines which
analog Signaling
System to be used

• Provides VOX
capabilities
• Configures
Emergency settings

• Configures channel
admit criteria

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Single Unit Codeplug Configuration
Capacity Plus Personality

• Enables privacy

• Configures compressed packet


headers for shorter data
transmissions
• Identifies list of available
Capacity Plus voice • Identifies list of available
channels to use Capacity Plus data channels
to use
• Sets the interval for the “lost
radio” tone to sound

• Provides VOX
• Configures
capabilities
Emergency settings

• Configures channel
admit criteria

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Single Unit Codeplug Configuration
Capacity Plus Voice Channel

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Single Unit Codeplug Configuration
Capacity Plus Data Channel

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Single Unit Codeplug Configuration
Phone Channel

• The phone system that serves the


radio-to-landline phone call on
this slot.

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Single Unit Codeplug Configuration
Group Call
1. Adding group call to Contacts list:
(observe the icon used to represent group call)

Instructor will demonstrate


Group Call configuration
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Single Unit Codeplug Configuration
Group Call (Cont.)

2. Adding groups to an Rx Group list :

Instructor will demonstrate


Group Call configuration
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Single Unit Codeplug Configuration
Private Call
1. Adding private call to Contacts list:
(observe the icon used to represent private call)

Instructor will demonstrate


Private Call configuration

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Single Unit Codeplug Configuration
All Call
1. Adding all call to Contacts list:
(observe the icon used to represent all call)

Instructor will demonstrate


All Call configuration

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Single Unit Codeplug Configuration
Phone Call
1. Adding Phone Call to Contacts list:
(observe the icon used to represent Phone Call)

Instructor will demonstrate


Phone Call configuration

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Single Unit Codeplug Configuration
Phone Call - One Touch Access
2. Configuring One Touch Access:

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Single Unit Codeplug Configuration
Enhanced Channel Access (ECA)
1. Enabling Enhanced Channel Access:

• Regardless of how this option is configured, the


ECA procedure is always used during a phone
call and for all voice / data transmissions on
Capacity Plus systems.
• The ECA procedure follows this option setting
for polite voice / data transmissions (including
phone call setups) on conventional repeater
systems.
• Regardless of how this option is configured, the
ECA procedure is not used for enhanced GPS
and non-polite transmissions, nor is it used on
dynamic mixed mode channels.

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Single Unit Codeplug Configuration
Scan
1. Adding members to a Scan list:

Instructor will demonstrate


Scan configuration

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Single Unit Codeplug Configuration
Roam
1. Adding members to a Roam list:

Instructor will demonstrate


Roam configuration

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Single Unit Codeplug Configuration
Network Settings
1. Configuring Network settings:

Instructor will
demonstrate Network
configuration

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Single Unit Codeplug Configuration
General Settings
1. Configuring General settings:

Instructor will
demonstrate
General
configuration

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Single Unit Codeplug Configuration
Digital Emergency System
1. Configuring Digital emergency signaling settings:

Instructor will demonstrate Digital


Emergency configuration

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Single Unit Codeplug Configuration
Capacity Plus Emergency System
1. Configuring Capacity Plus emergency signaling settings:

Instructor will demonstrate Capacity


Plus Emergency configuration

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Single Unit Codeplug Configuration
Phone Signaling System
1. Configuring Phone
signaling settings:
• The repeater ID which is configured
as the gateway for a phone call. Each
phone gateway repeater must have a
unique ID that is different from other
repeaters/radios in the system.

• The duration of silence prior to sending


the first DTMF tone of the access code.

• The duration of silence between the


access code and the dialing digits.

Instructor will demonstrate Phone


Signaling Systems configuration

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Single Unit Codeplug Configuration
Quick Text Messaging
1. Configuring Quick Text messages:

Instructor will demonstrate Quick


Text Message configuration

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Single Unit Codeplug Configuration
Privacy

1. Select Privacy type:

2. Configuring Privacy key :

3. Privacy capable channel :

Instructor will demonstrate


Privacy configuration

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Single Unit Codeplug Configuration
GPS Revert
1. To make GPS Revert options available, need to
select ARS option (on selected channel): 2. Selecting GPS Revert option (on selected channel):

Note: GPS must be enabled in the General Configuration screen first.

3. Enabling Enhanced GPS (on GPS Revert channel):

Instructor will demonstrate GPS


Revert configuration
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Single Unit Codeplug Configuration
Transmit Interrupt

1. To enable a radio to be interrupted:

2. Configuring Transmit Interrupt in the In Call Criteria :

3. Configuring Transmit Interrupt for Emergency :

Instructor will demonstrate the


various Transmit Interrupt settings
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Single Unit Codeplug Configuration
VOX
1. Configuring VOX :

2. Setting the VOX Sensitivity level :

Instructor will demonstrate VOX


configuration

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Single Unit Codeplug Configuration
Color Code
1. Configuring Color Code :

Instructor will demonstrate Color


Code configuration

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Single Unit Codeplug Configuration
Lone Worker
1. Enabling Lone Worker (on selected channel) :

Instructor will demonstrate Lone


Worker configuration

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Single Unit Codeplug Configuration
Bluetooth® Support
1. Configuring Bluetooth for a Non-
Display radio:

• Configures the Bluetooth


alias in the radio.

• Configures a fixed pin for the Bluetooth


headset pairing authentication. Maximum of 6
numeric digits

Instructor will demonstrate Bluetooth


configuration

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Single Unit Codeplug Configuration
Bluetooth® Support
1. Configuring the Bluetooth
barcode scanner for operation:

Instructor will demonstrate Bluetooth


configuration

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Single Unit Codeplug Configuration
Intelligent Audio
1. Enabling Intelligent Audio:

Instructor will demonstrate how to


enable Intelligent Audio

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Single Unit Codeplug Configuration
Voice Announcement
1. How to enable voice
announcement:

Instructor will demonstrate how to


enable Voice Announcement
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Single Unit Codeplug Configuration
Color Display
1. How to upload an image that
flashes on the radio screen as it
powers up:

• Maximum resolution and color depth for image:


• Mobile – 160w X 72h pixels, 256 color
• Portable Full Keypad – 132w X 90h pixels, 256 color
• Portable Limited Keypad – 132w X 72h pixels, monochrome color

Instructor will demonstrate how to


upload power-up image

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Single Unit Codeplug Configuration
Customized User Guide
1. Where to locate the
report option:

Instructor will demonstrate how to


generate customer handouts

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Single Unit Codeplug Configuration
IP Site Connect
1. Enabling IP Site Connect (on selected channel) :

Instructor will demonstrate IP Site


Connect configuration

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Single Unit Codeplug Configuration
Capacity Plus Voice List
1. Adding members to a Capacity Plus Voice list:

Instructor will demonstrate Capacity


Plus Voice List configuration

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Single Unit Codeplug Configuration
Capacity Plus Data List
1. Adding members to a Capacity Plus Data list:

Instructor will demonstrate Capacity


Plus Data List configuration

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Single Unit Codeplug Configuration
Repeater – General Settings
1. Configuring repeater general settings:

Instructor will demonstrate


General Settings configuration
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Single Unit Codeplug Configuration
Repeater – Digital Mode
1. Configuring Repeater in Digital Mode:

Instructor will demonstrate Digital


Mode configuration

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Single Unit Codeplug Configuration
Repeater – Analog Mode
1. Configuring Repeater in Analog Mode:

Instructor will demonstrate


Analog Mode configuration
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Single Unit Codeplug Configuration
Repeater – Dynamic Mixed Mode
1. Configuring Repeater in
Dynamic Mixed Mode:

Instructor will demonstrate Dynamic Mixed Mode configuration


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Single Unit Codeplug Configuration
Repeater – Network Settings
1. Configuring Network settings:

• Master repeater’s configured


Ethernet IP and IP Site UDP Port
values.
• DHCP must be unchecked if
programming the Master

• Assigns address values if DHCP


is unchecked.

• Configures how long and how often the


beacon signal is sent out

Instructor will
• Capacity Plus specific values. demonstrate Network
configuration
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Single Unit Codeplug Configuration
Repeater – Digital Telephone Patch (DTP)
1. Configuring a Phone System:

• Controls how long the repeater


waits for the channel to become
available during a landline-to-radio
phone call initiation.

• The duration of the DTMF tone when


generating buffer dialed characters.
• The silence between DTMF tones
when generating buffer dialed
characters.

• The length of Target ID:


Single Site & IPSC: call type + slot # + radio ID
Capacity Plus: call type + radio ID
• The time the repeater waits for
Target ID entry during a landline-
to-radio phone call initiation.
• The number of Target ID validation attempts for
the landline phone user during a landline-to-
radio phone call initiation.

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Single Unit Codeplug Configuration
Repeater – Configuring a DTP Phone Channel
2. Configuring a Phone Channel:

• Configure slots 1 and 2 as


phone capable channels

Note: Link Type under Link Establishment must be set to Master or Peer in Network configuration screen first.

Instructor will
demonstrate DTP
configuration
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Single Unit Codeplug Configuration
Basic Guidelines to Creating a Capacity Plus System

• The following slides shows a few basic steps to setting up a Capacity


Plus system.

• The programming of the Master, Peer, and Subscriber are shown in


this demonstration.

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Single Unit Codeplug Configuration
Basic Guidelines to Creating a Capacity Plus System – Master Repeater Radio ID

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Single Unit Codeplug Configuration
Basic Guidelines to Creating a Capacity Plus System – Master Repeater Network

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Single Unit Codeplug Configuration
Basic Guidelines to Creating a Capacity Plus System – Master Repeater Channel

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Single Unit Codeplug Configuration
Basic Guidelines to Creating a Capacity Plus System – Peer Repeater Radio ID

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Single Unit Codeplug Configuration
Basic Guidelines to Creating a Capacity Plus System – Peer Repeater Network

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Single Unit Codeplug Configuration
Basic Guidelines to Creating a Capacity Plus System – Peer Repeater Channel

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Single Unit Codeplug Configuration
Basic Guidelines to Creating a Capacity Plus System – Subscriber Channel Pool, Voice List, and Data List

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Single Unit Codeplug Configuration
Basic Guidelines to Creating a Capacity Plus System – Subscriber Channel

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Single Unit Codeplug Configuration
Basic Guidelines to Creating a Capacity Plus System – Subscriber Emergency

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Link Establishment System Codeplug Configuration

• The following slides will demonstrate how the Link Establishment


System Codeplug (.mtb) is configured for the following features:

– Master – Peer
1. Archive Password 1. Radio ID
2. Authentication Key 2. DHCP
3. Master IP 3. Ethernet IP
4. Master UDP Port 4. Gateway IP
5. Peer Firewall Open Timer 5. Gateway Netmask
6. Radio ID 6. Peer UDP Port
7. DHCP
8. Gateway IP
9. Gateway Netmask

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Link Establishment System Codeplug Configuration
Creating a New Link Establishment System Codeplug
1. Select File -> New Link Establishment System... at the menu bar, or press
Ctrl+N.
2. Save your file type as Link Establishment System CPS (*.mtb).
3. In the Tree View on the left, right-click the master icon representing the IP
Site master and select Add to add IP Site peers. A master can have up to 30
peers.
4. To rename the IP Site master or any of the IP Site peers, right-click on the
selected item you wish to rename and select Rename, or press F2.
5. The user may want to enter the Model Number and Serial Number of the
repeater. Only clone operations are allowed when these fields are left blank.
6. For more information on setting the individual fields, please refer to the
respective help pages or the Help Pane.
7. Write or clone to the repeater.
8. Disconnect the USB cable.
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Link Establishment System Codeplug Configuration
Master Configuration

• Assigns the password for the Link


Establishment system archive

• All repeaters within the same IP


Site Connect system share the
same Authentication Key • Provisions the Master
repeater’s IP Address

• Provisions the Master


• Configures the firewall open repeater’s UDP Port number
message timer for P2P
messages between Master and
Peer

Instructor will
demonstrate Master
• Enables dynamic IP address allocation
(Master must have static IP address)
configuration
• Assigns the Gateway IP address
• Assigns the Gateway Netmask address

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Link Establishment System Codeplug Configuration
Peer Configuration

• Enables dynamic IP
address allocation
• Assigns the Ethernet IP
address
• Assigns the Gateway IP
address
• Assigns the Gateway
Netmask address
• Provisions the Peer
repeater’s UDP Port
number

Instructor will demonstrate Peer


configuration

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Firmware Update / Recover

• MOTOTRBO CPS supports radio’s firmware and codeplug update by


installing the latest available update packs.

• This is done by downloading the ‘update packs’ and saving it into the
‘Device Update’ folder.

• The ‘FlashZap Driver’ must be installed to enable this feature.

• The driver installation begins automatically when the ‘Update/Recover’


feature is used.

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Firmware Update Recover (Cont.)

For Windows XP® Home or Professional:

1. Exit all other MOTOTRBO applications running on your computer.


2. Connect the programming cable to the radio, then connect the
programming cable to the USB port on your computer. Turn on the
radio.
3. Launch the CPS on your computer.
4. From the CPS menu, select ‘Device / Update or Recover’.
5. When Device Update / Recover menu appears, select the firmware
and codeplug package and click ‘Ok’.
6. The ‘Found New Hardware Wizard’ window appears automatically.

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Firmware Update Recover (Cont.)

7. The CPS displays an error message if the FlashZap driver was not
installed. Click ‘Ok’.
8. Select ‘Install the software automatically (Recommended)’. Click
‘Next’.
9. Please wait while your computer searches, and installs the driver.
• NOTE: Click ‘Browse’ to manually locate the driver. The default path for the driver is
C:/Program Files\Common Files\Motorola\MOTOTRBO Driver
10. Once installation is complete, click ‘Finish’.

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Firmware Update / Recover (Cont.)

To retrieve the firmware and codeplug:

1. Launch your web browser.


2. Log on to Motorola Online (https://emeaonline.motorola.com).
3. Look for the latest firmware and codeplug update package and save
the file (in compressed or zip format) to your computer.
4. Extract the compressed folder to the device update folder located in
the directory where CPS is installed.
• NOTE: Click ‘Browse’ to manually locate the driver. The default path for the driver is
C:/Program Files\Common Files\Motorola\MOTOTRBO Driver

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Topic 4 – Purchasing Premium Radio Features

Process Overview

The Entitlement ID (EID)

Device Registration & Feature Activation

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Process Overview

To purchase and enable radio features:

1. Order/purchase radio features through Motorola Online


(https://emeaonline.motorola.com).
2. Your Entitlement ID (EID) is provided to you in an e-mail for each
order/purchase.
3. Device Registration with Motorola via the CPS.
4. Activation of features on devices via the CPS.
5. Programming features on devices via the CPS.

NOTE: Log on to Motorola Online to view available Radio Features for order/purchase.

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The Entitlement ID (EID)

• One EID per order.


• May contain multiple features.
• Delivered via e-mail.
• EID is necessary to retrieve license
keys.

EID

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Device Registration & Feature Activation

Device Registration with Motorola via the CPS:


• Requires EID and the Serial Numbers of devices that will have the purchased
radio features enabled on them.
• Requires Internet access to register devices with Motorola.
• User is guided through Registration by a series of dialog boxes.
• To begin Registration, select Menu > Features > Register Device.

Feature Activation via the CPS:


• Requires devices that will have the purchased radio features enabled on them to
be connected to the same machine used for Device Registration.
• User is guided through Activation by a series of dialog boxes.
• To begin Activation, select Menu > Features > Activate Device.

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Topic 5 – Reports

Types of Reports

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Reports
Types of Reports

• Reports generated will reflect current codeplug settings.

• Three types of reports available are


- Channel Summary
• Lists channel configurations

- Customer Handout
• Lists general configurations and dealer’s contact information

- Detailed Report
• Lists detailed codeplug configuration for each tab in the CPS

Instructor will demonstrate


Reports generation

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Summary

We have reached the end of the module.


You have covered the following successfully:

– Features, functionality and benefits of CPS


– CPS setup and installation
– Codeplug configuration
– Premium radio features registration and activation
– Customer report generation

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Lab Exercise

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Lab Exercise

• Configure the following using MOTOTRBO CPS:

1. Digital Channel 19. Quick Text Messaging


2. Analog Channel 20. Privacy – Basic & Enhanced
3. Capacity Plus Personality 21. GPS Revert
4. Capacity Plus Voice Channel 22. Transmit Interrupt
5. Capacity Plus Data Channel 23. VOX
6. Phone Channel 24. Color Code
7. Group Call 25. Lone Worker
8. Private Call 26. IP Site Connect
9. All Call 27. Capacity Plus Voice List
10. Phone Call (Digital Telephone Patch) 28. Capacity Plus Data List
11. Enhanced Channel Access 29. Repeater – General Settings
12. Scan 30. Repeater – Digital Mode
13. Roam 31. Repeater – Analog Mode
14. Network Settings 32. Repeater – Dynamic Mixed Mode
15. General Settings 33. Repeater – Network Settings
16. Digital Emergency System 34. Repeater – Digital Telephone Patch
17. Capacity Plus Emergency System
18. Phone Signalling System

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