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ARC536: Easy Fill

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ol-redneck

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From the manual:

"Q. I Want to search a range of frequencies, how can I do that?
A. In ARC536 select Options _ Easy Fill. Now enter a start frequency and a step and ARC536 will fill a system with frequencies similar to a search in other scanners."

This is the only mention of "Easy Fill" that I can find... Where does this 'system' save?
 

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Easy Fill (Search)

Just add a conventional system to the browser and then select Easyfill. Easyfill will then fill the system with the data you selected. Then select File _ Save System As to save.

Gommert
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Thanks for the reply.

My Easy Fill screen does not look like the one in the manual. (attached)
I want to search for USFS freq. Someone suggested 160-174 mhz.
If I check 'Fill Series' it puts several hundred in. Is that what I want in order to search?

Also what does the 'Logging' feature do?

Sorry to be a bother but I'm sure others have this question. Thanks
 

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