Do you know the function of channel rotation? What happens when a call won’t stay on a particular channel? If you are having trouble answering these questions, it might be time to brush up on your Channel Configuration knowledge.
Channel rotation is key in avoiding the situation where a channel may have problems and a call won’t stay on a channel. The lesson Channel Configuration and Numbering explains channel rotation and channel pooling, a feature that allows the same frequencies to be used on multiple sites.
If you would like to learn more about these configurations, watch the video below and read the accompanying Channel Configuration and Numbering lesson. You can also take the full Introduction to DMR on the Tait Radio Academy.
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