(term) Tone Coded Squelch

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    Tone Coded Squelch is a way of letting a receiver know that a correct signal is being received. The tone sent is at a frequency outside human hearing and is usually combined with another type of muting, such as signal level squelch.
    (See Squelch)
     
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