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Old 05-05-2013, 8:39 PM
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Default Sure it's a longshot but anyone have a P500 Auckland file?

I've recently moved to Auckland from San Diego, and i'm wondering if anyone has a P500 file they would be willing to share with Auckland frequencies? I'm not very good at programming the scanner at all. In fact, I'm downright horrible at it. I know it's a long shot,and that the police are encrypted, however, I don't believe St.Johns and others are, including the airforce. Any help would be great. Thanks!
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Welcome to NZ, here is the start but you need to do some work as well
www.john.geek.nz - Scanner Frequencies
Scanning in Auckland - RadioWiki

Maybe you can download PSREdit or Butel 30 days demo to program your scanner initially

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Old 05-05-2013, 9:11 PM
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Thanks for the links. I have Win500 however, I don't really know how to program it unfortunately. I'll have to figure that out and program it by hand. Thanks for the frequencies!
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Understand, but believe me learning using Win500 will be walk in the park vs programming all by hand.
As you already own it, invest time to learn Win500, take small steps at the time, it will pay itself in no time when come to changing things, additions, deletions etc.
ps I use to owned GRE310, used with PRSEdit, anyway good luck.

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Go to Hobby Radio Stop - scanner frequencies scanners frequency lists, Mr. Scanner FCC, Uniden Bearcat, GRE, RadioShack, RadioReference,Scanner Master, Scancat, Scanner Programming
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Thanks! I think I'm doing it correctly, I'm just adding them from the John site to the conventional, and putting in the name/frequencies, assigned them a group (fire, services, airport, etc...) I think that's the correct way.

I do have one stupid newbie question, some of the frequencies are below 130 and I can't seem to be able to add them, is it a setting or are those not able to be added? I'm using a PRO-106 if that matters.

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Yes correct as you have US Band plan on your Pro106 Pro-106 - The RadioReference Wiki NZ support different Band plan and you cannot program anything between 50 MHz until Air Band of 108 Mhz, Also step sizes are different in NZ. Here is link to old document for your reference http://www.comcentre.co.nz/FAQ/Scanner_Frequencies.pdf

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Yes correct as you have US Band plan on your Pro106 Pro-106 - The RadioReference Wiki NZ support different Band plan and you cannot program anything between 50 MHz until Air Band of 108 Mhz, Also step sizes are different in NZ. Here is link to old document for your reference http://www.comcentre.co.nz/FAQ/Scanner_Frequencies.pdf

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ps Dont waste time and program NZ Police Auckland frequencies, all P25 digital and encrypted, same as Wellington and Christchurch. Rest of Police NZ frequencies still on analog outside these 3 centers.
There are some analog channels still in use in use but not sure about details. Best to to use Signal Stalker to find out when you out and about.

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Yeah, I had read that the AUK police were encrypted, shame that, but, I guess it's for their safety. Thanks for the heads up. I'll try the signal stalker when I'm out. Cheers
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Might just want to try search, the PSR500 'signal stalker' function is just plain crap. Ive never had it work yet here in Australia and i live outside 2 metropolitan areas. I seriously doubt you would find anything with it.
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This is also a very useful resource for finding things to listen to.
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