Posting to the correct forum will increase the opportunity of those to see your post (who are most able to help you.) On the other hand posting in the wrong forum will result in the wrong people reading your posts. You will just manage to clutter the forum with an off-topic post, and you will likely not get any helpful replies (perhaps replies like this one!)
Fairly certain he wants some locale-specific frequencies.af5rn said:Actually, I'm not even sure if he is asking a frequency question or a programming question.
Maybe this should be in the Radio Shack forum?
He says "i got it programmed" but no luck in "fire ground opps [sic] channels".i got it programed but i have been trying to get the fire ground opps channels for cumberland co pa , but no luck. can anyone help
A friend of mine pointed me here (found it in the Uniden manual too. One of the few links still working.) And indeed, I came here for the database and registered in the forum later.af5rn said:That's what I would have assumed too, but then I noticed that he's been a member here for at least six months, so I can't imagine that he didn't know about the database, lol. I always figured that the database is exactly what brought most people here in the first place, since it is promoted right in the Uniden (and probably others) owners manual.
You are SOL. Your county is on OpenSky like the state is. Even a digital scanner won't decode that system. Program in the lo-band, hi-band, and uhf frequencies and use a gain antenna(magmount on a file cabinet, refrigerator, etc.) to bring in the signal.mrbarri2005 said:i am new to the trunk operations . i just got a new pro 2055 . i got it programed but i have been trying to get the fire ground opps channels for cumberland co pa , but no luck. can anyone help