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Old 01-29-2011, 1:21 AM
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Question Pro-106 Trunking Programing Help

I am very new to trunking scanners, I am trying to program a LTR system, Genesee Business Radio #2 Trunking System, Rochester, New York - Scanner Frequencies . From what I have found, I should be doing this right, but apparently I am not.... Any help would be greatly appreciated!

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I use Win500 to program my PSR600 and suggest you obtain the software. Programing LTR systems are relatively easy. Using Win500 select a new file, "TSYS Objects", "ltr" as the system type, the name of the trs, enter the ltr frequencies and be sure to check the "AUTOPLACE" box. In the bottom section enter the known ltr user ids. Assign the scanlist you wish to associate with the ltr and if you wish select a different color display. Save the entries to a designated file. Using a data transfer cable upload to the scanner.
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