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Old 03-25-2008, 7:01 PM
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Yeah, that scanner won't properly follow trunked radio systems, but you should be able to program the trunked system's frequencies and then scan each frequency and try to follow it like that.

Of course, if the trunked system is digital, then the scanner won't be useful on that at all -- you'd just hear some weird noise.

Like trace1 said, there's still tons of conventional stuff out there to monitor, so the scanner can still be useful. If you're not really into it, then maybe sell it here or on ebay.

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