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Old 07-20-2017, 3:12 PM
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I am using ARC XT pro software for programing my BCT396xt, BCT996 xt & BCT15x scanners. My 15x was previously programed with only channels that used pl/dpl squelch codes.
I have moved from CT. to an area (NH) that uses P25NAC codes on their VHF frequencies. Using the same profile as my 396xt & 996 xt scanners, it appears that the 15x does not accept the P25NAC codes. I checked to see that they are in the current profile, and they work on the 396xt & 996xt.

As I had not used the P25NAC coding on the 15x due to its past location, I do not know if they were previously active on the 15x. As you might imagine, without the P25NAC codes active, all I get is static/noise
on those channels. The 15x is set in display mode 2, and displays standard pl/dpl codes when used

I was under the assumption that all three scanners could receive the same, with the exception of digital trunk systems. If you can help with a setting or clear up for me my error, it would be appreciated.

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Old 07-20-2017, 3:46 PM
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I was under the assumption that all three scanners could receive the same, with the exception of digital trunk systems. If you can help with a setting or clear up for me my error, it would be appreciated.

Thanks:
WALT
NAC codes are not supported on the BCT15x scanner. The BCT15x is an analog only scanner, it will not monitor any kind of digital transmissions.


http://wiki.radioreference.com/index.php/BCT15X
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Thanks for your answer, I suspected that, but I was not sure.

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