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97' Trunking help.... am I programmed right?

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nopicowboy

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Ok, I wil be visiting he city soon, and am bringing my Pro 97 along for a little scanning fun.

I THINK I've programmed it all up right, but I'm not sure... Here's what I've done. Per the instructions, I programmed the lot of frequencies into my scanner. There was only 9 or 10 I think, and I programmed them in the order they appeared. Some of the frequencies were red and blue, and I also programmed those, in order.

Then, I entered all of the talkgroup number things in the special trunking talkgroup memory thing in my scanner. Everything I programmed in bank 9. The lot of frequencies, and then the trunking number things. I also changed the type of recieve to "MO", instead of FM.

Now, When I scan, I can drop my squelch all the way off, and it continues to scan... is this normal? Also, when I manually stop the scanner on a frequency that has nothing on it, it say's "MOT: none" at the bottom of the display. Is this correct?

Also, of note, I will be monitoring a Motorola Type 2 system, and the information I pulled off the Database here. (Thanks!)
 
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