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Old 04-21-2014, 2:58 PM
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Hi all,

I have a new to me pro2067 scanner. I have programmed analog trunking frequencies and id's in it with Win92. I also have a couple conventional frequencies as well.

The problem is: it will not stop on trunked frequencies or id groups. It will stop on the conventional frequencies though.

If I put it in manual mode, I can then pick up trunking.

Squelch is set to a bare minimum

I am not new, but this has confounded me to the point where I ask for help.

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It would be most helpful to know what system you're trying to trunk...folks can help you after that....Mike
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If the trunk systems are EDACS or LTR do not put the first LCN frequency in the 0 channel position. Always leave 0 blank and start with channel number 1.
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Oops, sorry. The systems are Motorola II. An example would be TIR in Nova Scotia.
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Oops, sorry. The systems are Motorola II. An example would be TIR in Nova Scotia.
Your problem could be a re-banding issue. The 2067 will not track a re-banded system. If you haven't done so already try putting in all the freq's for the system and maybe it will start tracking.
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Rebanding has no effect on Canadian systems...here are all the trunk systems in NS we have in our database...

Nova Scotia Trunking Systems

Note that the very last one - the one marked as Project 25 - can't be trunked with the old 2067. The others are possibilities, assuming you are in range of these systems.

We do have a wiki on programming the 92/2067 manually and this might give you some hints as to what might be wrong...

Programming Shortcut Pro-2067 - The RadioReference Wiki

and it kinda shocks me, but there's even an Easier to Read guide for the radio...

Easier to Read Pro-92/A/B/2067 Scanner Manual

Now, which one is it? Mike
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If no one answers on this forum, we have a forum for the Atlantic provinces where you're much more likely to get an answer...

Atlantic and Maritime - The RadioReference.com Forums

and there's this, altho I don't know how active it is...

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let's try something.
double check your win92 program.
go to you channel list, look at the Rx mode. make sure your trunk frequencies are set to MOT.
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Old 04-23-2014, 5:54 AM
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Thanks everybody for your replies.

I think this is an issue with the scanner and not necessarily the way I'm programming it,

What is driving me crazy though is that I can manually go through the scanner and pick up the
trunked frequencies and id's and follow the conversations. As soon as I hit scan, it skips right pass
the trunked frequencies. It will however stop on conventional frequencies.

Again, thanks for all your help.
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