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ANOTHER XG-100P Scan List Question....


Premium Subscriber
Nov 11, 2004
I want to thank everyone for their response to my first scan list question. Now that I have that solved, I have another scan list question.

I can select scan lists from <menu> <scan> <scan list>. I can scroll up and down the scan lists. When I select one, it takes me to the scan list for viewing or editing. How do I get the radio to scan the list I just selected? Is there something I need to enable in RPM to do this?


Jerry K8CMI


Aug 24, 2013
Maryland Shore
Each "system" has its own Scan List. As such, when the radio is placed into scan it will be using the list associated with that "system". If using zones, it follows the system associated with the underlying TG that is selected.