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An AMPS Overhead Parameter message (OPM) consists of several words. Figure 12.4-1 shows the most important OPM words [6]. All messages include parameter words PW1 and PW2. The other words are included only when necessary. In all OPM words, the type eld (T1T2) is set to 11. This distinguishes these words from words of mobile control messages on FOCC. The overhead (OHD) eld identi es the word type: OPM Word Type First parameter word Second parameter word Acronym PW1 PW2 OHD 110 111
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Doing so produces a pop-up menu like the one shown in Figure 10-17.
The result of using this function means you have much more data at your fingertips, but it takes much more math and logic to build. The result is shown in Listing 20.5.
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