This feature of a two-way radio is also called , "Courtesy Beep," "Roger Beep," or the "End of Transmission Tone. When the user activates this feature, it transmits a tone to the listener when the speakers side transmission is complete.
The courtesy beep feature of a 2-way radio alerts the listener that the person on the other side is done talking and so the listener can talk.
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