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I am monitoring a 36 channel simulcast system, is there any way to make the affiliations section larger than just 2 at a time viewing.

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BORG said:
I am monitoring a 36 channel simulcast system, is there any way to make the affiliations section larger than just 2 at a time viewing.
Yes. Delete some of those channels. You shouldn't have that many. Compare channels to neighbor sites - remove any duplicates. You shouldn't see more than 28 channels for Motorola or 25 channels for EDACS.
 
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Thanks for the info. What is the procedure for deleting frequencies. So far no duplicate freq's.
 

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Exit UniTrunker. Make a backup of the .hz file for the system you're monitoring. I use Windows NOTEPAD, but any text editor will do. Open the .hz file and cut/delete all of the text below this first line
*Site, LCN, Control, Listen, Lockout, Frequency, CTCSS, DCS, "Label", First, Last, Confirmed, Hits, "Notes"

Restart UniTrunker. The list will rebuild itself.
 
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You can also delete channels from the main menu.

[F]ind -> [C]hannel ... type in the LCN # of the channel you want to delete. Press enter.

Select [Alt] + [Del] to delete the channel. Repeat as many times as needed.
 
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That information did the trick, it will be interesting to see the freq list re-populate now.
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QUOTE=Chris-N5CWM]Exit UniTrunker. Make a backup of the .hz file for the system you're monitoring. I use Windows NOTEPAD, but any text editor will do. Open the .hz file and cut/delete all of the text below this first line
*Site, LCN, Control, Listen, Lockout, Frequency, CTCSS, DCS, "Label", First, Last, Confirmed, Hits, "Notes"

Restart UniTrunker. The list will rebuild itself.[/QUOTE]
 
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