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PRO-106 F7E NAC

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I am trying to program my PRO-106 to listen to a P25 conventional channel that may use any one of many NAC's. On my Motorola radios I just program them with F7E or $F7E to permit them to open on any NAC. Unfortunately I can't seem to make that work on my PRO-106. It just doesn't open for any NAC.
Reference for NACs: NAC - The RadioReference Wiki

So, first I'm wondering if that works on the PRO-106. Second, if F7E doesn't work, is there another way to do this? Ideally I won't have to program the scanner for all the possible NAC's in use. I scoured my PRO-106 manual but am not finding much about NACs.

My programming software is ARC-500.
 

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Thank you Pro106import! Although the settings are different in ARC500, I found success thanks to your suggestion. In ARC500 setting the squelch mode to Search accomplishes the same thing. It decodes all CTCSS tones and P25. I'm a happy camper now. :)
 
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