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Old 12-05-2010, 9:36 AM
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Exclamation Metro N. Colorado win500 2010 update

Updated with Longmont and rebanded 700 primary CC's.

Adjust your CC's & Multi-site to your liking. Bank 9 Metrowide is setup for multi-site scan all CC's for best results.
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Old 12-05-2010, 5:12 PM
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Thank you so much for this file. As a new pro-106 owner, I know that file will be helpful to Me - in fact, Eric just told Me last night how helpful this file will be for Me!

Now, let me show my ignorance and hope not to be laughed at too hard. What does the TK mean in the file name?

And what does this sentence mean: "Adjust your CC's & Multi-site to your liking. Bank 9 Metrowide is setup for multi-site scan all CC's for best results."

If it is too puerile, to answer in the forum, please send me a message with the information. Thank you very very much.

I am loving this new scanner, but I have no idea what to do with it :-)

Thank you again for posting it. I know I speak for many who do not post when I say it is such help that we all appreciate.
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Updated with Longmont and rebanded 700 primary CC's.

Adjust your CC's & Multi-site to your liking. Bank 9 Metrowide is setup for multi-site scan all CC's for best results.
?? re banding ONLY applies to the 800mhz band.
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Old 12-05-2010, 7:14 PM
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re banding ONLY applies to the 800mhz band.
Not true at least in Colorado.

The state of Colorado had a blanket 700 MHz temporary authorization for their 700 MHz frequencies and sites up until permanent licenses were issued over this past summer. Some frequencies previously used were re-allocated when the FCC made adjustments to the 700 MHz bandplan.

Between this and the permanent licenses being issued earlier this year every 700 MHz site in Colorado had all transmitters retuned for the new bandplan.

For polymorph7:

TK means trunked.

CC's Mean Control Channel frequencies.

Multi-Site is a mode where the scanner can scan mutliple sites during scanning.

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Old 12-05-2010, 7:25 PM
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thank you that was a big help :-)
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Thank you for your efforts! This will be a great addition to my scanner for when I travel up north.
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Always appreciated Phil!!!
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Old 12-26-2010, 11:48 AM
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The companion file for the PRO-96 is now available.
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very much appreciated . where might be that file downloaded
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very much appreciated . where might be that file downloaded
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thanks much appreciated
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