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Old 02-25-2012, 11:39 AM
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Question N-Win and Pro-2096

Anyone have the custom tables for the pro-2096 for the N-Win system?
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Smile Extended Trunking Tables for N-WIN.

Here is the Extended Trunking Tables for the PRO-2096 Scanner you will need to receive the N-WIN system.


CHI lo CHL hi Base Freq. Offset Step

0 4095 851.00625 0 6.250
4096 8191 762.00625 4096 6.250
0 0 0.00000 0 0.000
384 20479 150.57500 16384 2.500
20480 24575 149.00000 20480 2.500
24576 28671 161.00000 24576 12.500

Had to do it the old fashioned way and do the math, but I put it in my 2096 and getting clear signals now.

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That's damn good work, Ron - something that probably belongs in the wiki. No doubt other 2096 and 96 users will ask exactly the same question...Mike
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can you migrate this data over for me? Feel free to use it.

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OK I put a little divider for the PRO-96 and 2096 using your table...

Nebraska Wireless Interoperable Network - the RR Wiki

Please take a look at that table; the alignment got really hosed when it got posted in the forum. In particular check that last line - the step in the last line is 12.5, but the 2 lines above it is 2.5. Let me know what needs to be fixed. Just click on section 6 in the table of contents.

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Yes, it is correct as listed in the Wiki. Thanks.

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Hello, and thank you for this information! I am curious though, how exactly does a person figure this out for themselves? I may be getting a pretty sweet deal on a pro 96, and would like to monitor the ORIN with it also..
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