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Trunking Control Channel Decoding For discussion of installation, setup, configuration, and use of the Trunker / Unitrunker digital decoding utilities (for decoding Trunking control channels)

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Old 05-06-2013, 12:56 AM
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I have a weird issue with my unitrunker tat really just started recently. At time my unitrunker will create it own system for some reason? The control channel is the same and everything, but it will just start a new system and that creates a problem for me because my system i broadcast is provoice and all my groups are labeled, and I broadcast now. any tips?
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Use Consolidate to merge data. Set the signal receiver lock mode to dedicated.
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Old 05-06-2013, 10:36 AM
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Just set it to dedicated and see how that goes, I don't have to merge data because the system isn't new or anything and the control channel never changed i just go to the new system and eneter in my control channel freq and it goes back to my main one. Gonna see how changing that goes, I'll keep you all updated. Thanks!
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