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Old 05-11-2012, 2:29 AM
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Hi all,

Would anyone have the frequencies for Veolia and Transdev Bus compagnies, I have a couple of them, which a friend posted, but I don't know how to put them on my scanner.

I have downloaded all the frequencies so I am not familiar about entering them manually, as I can't seem t o find these in the DB, is it possible to add them?

System type: LTR Standard
System voice: Analog
System name: Techcom 05

Frequencies:
01 451.00000
02 454.25000
10 462.30000
14 454.50000
18 462.02500

Talkgroups:
0-02-047 RTL Adapté (Veolia Boucherville)
0-02-087 Ville de St-Jean-sur-Richelieu (Veolia St-Jean)
0-06-044 CIT Chambly-Richelieu-Carignan (Veolia St-Jean)
0-14-014 Ville de Ste-Julie (Veolia Boucheville)
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Old 05-12-2012, 1:10 PM
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I think you should address this question to the appropriate brand scanner sub section of the forum as it relate to your hardware.
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I think you should address this question to the appropriate brand scanner sub section of the forum as it relate to your hardware.
And where would that be, I am still pretty new here, so now aware of all the places

My scanner is a UNIDEN - BC346XT
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it can be found here Uniden Scanners - The RadioReference.com Forums
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Old 05-19-2012, 4:45 PM
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According to TAFL, the frequencies you posted (with the exception of 462.30) are part of call sign CFD385 with a transmitter location of Mont Rougemont. Frequency 462.30 does not appear in any TAFL records for Quebec, however this is not unusual. Also 452.825, according to TAFL, is part of call sign CFD385. Any transit activity on that channel?

Can you send me a personal message, I have some questions about STM which you maybe able to answer?

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For LTR systems, it is important to get the good programming channels versus the adequate frequencies. A reading of your instruction manual on how to program your scanner in LTR systems would be suitable.

If this has not changed, the system reads as follows:

2 - 451.0000 MHz
6 - 454.2500 MHz
10 - 462.3000 mhz
14 - 454.5000 mhz
18 - 462.0250 mhz
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