The scanner will start over at 29. This book has frequencies for all over the United States, not just the northwest. The first two numbers are the month and the last two are the year. You can use these monitor memories to temporarily store frequencies while you decide whether to store them into a channel. Manual Mode: shows which bank the displayed channel is in. Channel activity bars 20 total. While holding down the 2 and 9 keys, turn on the scanner.
Others will appear and disappear as active or locked out frequencies come appear and go disappear. If you lock out the trunking frequencies, you won't have to listen to the annoying control channels when you scan the banks. However, there are only 20 bars for a possible maximum of 50 frequencies. The scanner will still trunk the locked out frequencies when you trunk the banks. You can only use either A or B, not both.
Manual Access - lets you directly access any channel. Tip: Theoretically, you can also program more than one trunking system into a bank as long as you can only monitor one at a time, in different locations, far enough apart, so the system you are monitoring wont interfere with any other system which would confuse the radio. While the battery save mode is set to on, the scanner repeatedly turns off the internal power for 1 second, then turns it back on for about transmission. The radio will also retain the programmed range until you re-program it. The banks selected for scan appear and blink in the top of the display for about 5 seconds. For example, if you assign Block 0 as S-12, the scanner prompts you for block 2, the next block available, instead of block 1.
If you assign Block 0 as S-14, you would not see another prompt because S-14 uses all available blocks. Enter the low frequency where you want to begin searching. Also, they are good for finding frequencies when traveling. Summary of the content on the page No. Every 2 seconds the scanner checks the priority channel in each bank that is turned To turn off the priority feature, press disappears. To change the current monitor memory see. If you want to quickly view the content of pages found on the following pages of the manual, you can use them.
That way, you dont have to waste a whole bank on a trunking system that has only 5 channels. Scanner Reset If the scanner's display locks up or stops operating properly, you might need to reset the scanner. You can also that mods. I highly recommend it for people who want to be or are radio monitors. The scanner continues to monitor the fre- quency for 5 seconds after the transmission stops be- fore resuming scanning.
However, if you do not want to take up too much of your disk space, you can always download it in the future from ManualsBase. Besides sear Summary of the content on the page No. It also has a backlight that stays on for about 15 seconds at a time. To turn on the priority feature, press scanning. E flashes on the display when the Decimal format is selected. To help missing a reply on a specific frequency, you can program a 2-second delay into any search limit, direct, or service. Note: If you select size code S-12, S-13, or S-14, these restrictions apply: S-12 can only be assigned to Blocks 0, 2, 4 or 6.
The scanner however interpret these special talkgroup status bits as different talkgroups entirely. The scanner will still trunk the locked out frequencies when you trunk the banks. Therefore, if someone hit their emergency button and their radio was on talkgroup 16, all communications would switch to talkgroup 18. Since these size codes require multiple blocks, you will be prompted for the next available block. Doing so could sub- ject you to legal penalties.
The display information helps you understand how your scanner operates. The bank number that is currently being scanned will blink. Scanner is set to receive Type I trunked frequen- cies, but does not scan them. Use each channel-storage bank to group frequencies, such as those for police, fire, ambulance, aircraft, or trunking systems. Trunk Mode- used for trunking and programming trunking frequencies and functions.
Should be list 1, location 1. To properly trunk a Type I system, you have to program the fleet map for the system. Priority Channels — lets you program one channel in each bank 5 in all and then have the scanner check that channel every 2 seconds while it scans the bank, so you don't miss transmissions on those channels. These frequencies are subject to change, and might vary from area to area. The bank number blinks when the scanner scans the channels in that bank.