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Old 03-09-2015, 6:40 PM
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I hope I post this in the right area.

This regarding NSP old system. When it comes to the newer scanners and using the full database and area it loads NSP lower VHF witch isn't used any more.

Other then alway hitting void. Is there away we can change something to archive this in to the database so it doesn't load into the scanners database?
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In the sentinel software you can set all NSP low band channels to avoid in the database section.
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Old 03-09-2015, 6:46 PM
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Okay I'll have to look into it. I am more aiming at people that like to travel.

Like me I have a GPS hook up to my 536 and would like to go off of the whole database of it wasn't loading old stuff
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Old 03-09-2015, 8:42 PM
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There have been sporadic use on the old lowband channels, hence why they are not in depreciated status. Last time I was at a troop, the newest outfitted cars still had lowband radios in them. I've been told in some parts of the state, they get used usually for car to car comms and as a backup (still) until the rural coverage holes are filled in by the state system.
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