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Old 06-25-2017, 9:31 PM
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My whole reason for getting the 3000 and learning about the pl tones was because the scanner i had sucked at certain tracks. Watkins Glen especially. They'd be talking and id miss half of the conversations. The best thing i read to do was to get something that supported the tones making it more sensitive to that frequency and only that frequency.
I'd really just like directions on how to find them on the RE3000, that what im looking for right now.
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Old 06-26-2017, 1:43 PM
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My whole reason for getting the 3000 and learning about the pl tones was because the scanner i had sucked at certain tracks. Watkins Glen especially. They'd be talking and id miss half of the conversations. The best thing i read to do was to get something that supported the tones making it more sensitive to that frequency and only that frequency.
I'd really just like directions on how to find them on the RE3000, that what im looking for right now.
im trying to figure out how to upload the feqs also for the glen
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Old 06-26-2017, 2:39 PM
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could some one make it a HPE file or a file that will auto upload to proscan? its kinda confusing how to add digital feqs lol... i have the BCD32592... even though it has a option for racing built in not sure if it would pick up the digital feqs or tell me witch option under proscan "radio reffernce import" to select to upload nascar
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On the RE3000, you have to go into programming mode to see the pl tone codes that are currently loaded.
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Old 06-26-2017, 2:45 PM
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On the RE3000, you have to go into programming mode to see the pl tone codes that are currently loaded.
i dont have that one i have the BCD325P2
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Old 06-26-2017, 3:13 PM
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The Fanvision Controller is the only way to do Nascar. It has live audio and video. The programming is downloaded automatically when you get to the track.
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The Fanvision Controller is the only way to do Nascar. It has live audio and video. The programming is downloaded automatically when you get to the track.
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last 2 years i had something better then that i had cold passes got me in to the garages lol...
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Old 06-27-2017, 4:23 AM
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Cold passes are the best.


Ill try playing around with the 3000 again today and see if i can get the tones off of it.
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I'm very new at this but I took information from the first post in this thread, the 2016 post and Speedway Digest to come up with a generic CSV for CHIRP with as many of the tones as I could find from these sources. I didn't program Fox because I heard that they basically have stopped broadcasting for scanners. It also seems that no one has NBC's frequency so that is not there either. If anyone goes to future races and wants to update this by all means please do so.
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Old 07-12-2017, 4:20 PM
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I have to look at the re3000 its deep into the menus. Radio is best programmed trackside OTA. I think OTA is 450.00 or 460.000 (going on memory)


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I quit using non pl/dpl radios after hearing a annoying local pager broadcasting on same channel as a driver. PL_DPL is best.
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I get weekend Cold Passes every year at Homestead Miami Speedway, my local track. But after spending hours each day in the garage and Hot sun, I head up to my Box Seats above the start finish line, fire up my FanVision and watch the race each day. The only way to fly. I do bring my regular scanners also to listen to local police and race track related channels. My 2 meter comes in handy too during the weekend.
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Hi all,

Here are the frequencies and tones I managed to get from the Loudon cup on 7/16/2017.

Enjoy! And pitch in if you can!

Driver Frequency DCS/CTCSS CODE/HZ
1 Jamie McMurray 466.6875 NO TONE NO TONE
1.1 Jamie McMurr 457.6 NO TONE NO TONE
10 Danica Patric 466.9625 NO TONE NO TONE
101 TBA 450.175 NO TONE NO TONE
11 Denny Hamlin 467.475 NO TONE NO TONE
112 FOX 450.2375 NO TONE NO TONE
114 RACE CONTROL 463.625 DCS 116
116 RACE CONTROL 461.2 NO TONE NO TONE
117 MRN/PRN Radi 454 NO TONE NO TONE
13 Ty Dillon 469.375 NO TONE NO TONE
14 Clint Bowyer 464.6375 DCS 132
14.1 Clint Bowye 469.7375 NO TONE NO TONE
17 Ricky Stenhou 460.95 DCS 631
17.1 Ricky Stenh 462.2 NO TONE NO TONE
18 Kyle Busch 467.45 DCS 125
19 Daniel Suarez 469.5375 NO TONE NO TONE
2 Brad Keselowsk 466.2125 DCS 226
20.1 Matt Kenset 462.475 CTCSS 94.8
21 Ryan Blaney 465.8875 NO TONE NO TONE
21.1 Ryan Blaney 463.0375 DCS 074
22 Joey Logano 464.825 DCS 074
24 Chase Elliott 467.0625 DCS 311
27 Paul Menard 461.5125 DCS 115
27.1 Paul Menard 461.5875 DCS 423
3 Austin Dillon 469.0125 DCS 134
3.1 Austin Dillo 462.025 NO TONE NO TONE
31 Ryan Newman 468.575 NO TONE NO TONE
31.1 Ryan Newman 468.6 NO TONE NO TONE
32.1 Matt DiBene 467.25 NO TONE NO TONE
34 Landon Cassil 467.1125 NO TONE NO TONE
37 Chris Buesche 460.275 NO TONE NO TONE
37.1 Chris Buesc 457.5375 NO TONE NO TONE
38 David Ragan 463.3125 DCS 054
4 Kevin Harvick 461.3125 DCS 432
4.1 Kevin Harvic 452.0125 DCS 503
41Kurt Busch 469.1375 NO TONE NO TONE
42 Kyle Larson 452.475 CTCSS 229.1
42.1 Kyle Larson 457.2375 NO TONE NO TONE
43 Aric Almirola 463.3375 DCS 445
47 AJ Allmending 463.6875 NO TONE NO TONE
48 Jimmie Johnso 465.8625 CTCSS 241.8
5 Kasey Kahne 468.2125 NO TONE NO TONE
55 Reed Sorenson 461.275 DCS 532
55.1 Reed Sorens 457.15 DCS 162
6 Trevor Bayne 466.275 DCS 624
78.1 Martin True 466.025 CTCSS 192.8
83 Corey Lajoie 458.1125 NO TONE NO TONE
88 Dale Earnhard 466.7875 DCS 455
95 Michael McDow 469.5875 DCS 245
95.1 Michael McD 468.6875 NO TONE NO TONE
#N/A 450.1125 NO TONE NO TONE
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I can post the xfinity tones when i get home from work this weekend. I have both xfinity and truck...
Any luck with the Xfinity frequencies ?
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The Boyer and Larsen systems look like repeaters, that's why you have the 5 MHz difference between the 2 freqs. Use the lower one for repeater out. I don't see a reason for a repeater on an oval.

The TV and radio freqs usually change race to race, the 450-451 and 455-456 range is remote pick up for broadcasters. Since local stations have fixed licenses the SBE (society of broadcast engineers) coordinator assigns freqs to the temp users.
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The Boyer and Larsen systems look like repeaters, that's why you have the 5 MHz difference between the 2 freqs. Use the lower one for repeater out. I don't see a reason for a repeater on an oval.

The TV and radio freqs usually change race to race, the 450-451 and 455-456 range is remote pick up for broadcasters. Since local stations have fixed licenses the SBE (society of broadcast engineers) coordinator assigns freqs to the temp users.
There are no repeaters in drivers systems. Its all simplex. You see the split on a few radios and when teams have xfinity you will see those as backup and primary also. Racing Electronics has a block of frequencies they utilize.
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Any luck with the Xfinity frequencies ?
Its on my home PC. I'll get it online this weekend.
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Have anything new ? Going to Darlington on the 2nd and Need pls for Xfinity . Thanks KB2KCO
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