Adding extra frequencies to software

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RomeRon

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I can't remember how I did it, but I have the freqs for Rome's P25 system programed in my Pro 106 so I can listen out for when they start testing, etc. I programed them as conventional and I don't know which software I did it with WIN500, PSREDIT500 or ARC500. I want to add the Added freqs below, and I have forgotten how to do it.

851.100000
851.437500
851.612500
851.862500
852.112500
852.337500
852.450000
852.612500 < Added
852.637500
852.662500 < Added
852.700000
852.850000
852.875000
853.112500
853.187500 < Added
853.350000
853.600000
853.687500 < Added
854.287500
854.462500
 

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I can't remember how I did it, but I have the freqs for Rome's P25 system programed in my Pro 106 so I can listen out for when they start testing, etc. I programed them as conventional and I don't know which software I did it with WIN500, PSREDIT500 or ARC500. I want to add the Added freqs below, and I have forgotten how to do it.

851.100000
851.437500
851.612500
851.862500
852.112500
852.337500
852.450000
852.612500 < Added
852.637500
852.662500 < Added
852.700000
852.850000
852.875000
853.112500
853.187500 < Added
853.350000
853.600000
853.687500 < Added
854.287500
854.462500
In Win500 go to the CONV Object tab, highlight the last freq (line), use the Edit choice top left of Win500 screen, use the "New Item at end" (as many as you need) enter your info in added lines, scan list, etc.

Save work, (I'd use save as, different name then old file so you'll have the old and new). :)
 
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RomeRon

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:)QUOTE=Highpockets;1683410]In Win500 go to the CONV Object tab, highlight the last freq (line), use the Edit choice top left of Win500 screen, use the "New Item at end" (as many as you need) enter your info in added lines, scan list, etc.

Save work, (I'd use save as, different name then old file so you'll have the old and new). [/QUOTE]

Thanks Highpockets, that was easy enough.:)
 

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There is alot that Win500 does that are really neat, I open my main file, save it as "fool", open just the fool file and play with all the commands that are offered in the top choices. Assorting, re-numbering, moving, etc. no harm in playing with it, and I learned what different things that Win500 can do. And most of the time when I exit Win500 I don't save the changes to the fool file, so I can fool with it another time to try things, I try things with the conv freq's and the trunked systems and all objects tab.

I changed most of the colors offered on the general tab to ones I like and that fit better with my programming..
 
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