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15 + 1 Scan List Mod

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I have an XTS3000 with the scan list mod. Although the cps allows for 15 talkgroups to be listed in the list the radio does not scan anything above 10.... Is this in fact normal even though the scan lists has 15 slots ??

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Ok, I'll ask....

At the risk of sounding clueless, what is the 15+1 scan list mod exactly? I got nothing on google search results..


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A talkgroup scan list is normally restricted to 10 entries. By changing a few bytes in the CPS, you can change the restriction to allow up to 15 entries.
 

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Got it!

Thanks Mike! I use my XTS series portables for conventional purposes which is why I am not familiar with the talkgroup scan list limitations.

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