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how to programm a trunking channel

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dutchear

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Hello,

I am a new Dutch user and I am wondering:

I found a trunking ID and I cannot seem to translate that ID to the scanner. Can somebody tell me how to do this?

My found ID is: VC: 1STGID-60888

My second question is: What does M36 mean? This keeps showing on my display.
My third question: What does CT:210.7 at the bottom of the display mean?

I hope somebody can help me.

Regards,

Dutchear
 

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What model scanner is it? That's always helpful.


dutchear said:
Can somebody tell me how to do this? My found ID is: VC: 1STGID-60888

60888 is the talkgroup ID (TGID)


dutchear said:
My third question: What does CT:210.7 at the bottom of the display mean?

That would be a CTCSS (also called a PL tone) tone of 210.7, it helps to filter out unwanted signals on a twoway radio (and scanner).
 

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i believe the m36 means that you are listening to a motorola system operating at 3600bps
 
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