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Priority call

The priority call is one of the major features of modern professional communication. It allows users with a higher priority to interrupt individual or group call communication at any time and get through with important information. If a priority group call occurs, all users attached to the group (even users who are currently on an individual call) will participate in this priority group call. The levels of priority are in the range 0 to 65535 in the TASSTA system and can be individually set for each user in T.Commander.

There is no special procedure for making priority calls. If you are a high-priority user, a regular group call that you make (by selecting a group and pressing PTT) acts as a priority call.

Note:

The priority of T.Rodon clients is usually, but not necessarily, set higher than the priority of T.Flex clients.