EDACS systems, by definition, are Logical Channel Number systems. The channel numbers available are 1 - 25, so there cannot be a table set up that covers all the possible frequency pairs in the 800 MHz band. Hence the table is you putting the correct frequency in the correct LCN slot, so no there is no such thing as CCh Mode for EDACS (or LTR for that matter).williams63 said:Ok , thx...my Pro 87 will have to do that job I guess,...also Ill answer my own question , there is no way to use 800 Mhz CC mode onoy on a EDAC system ?
When monitoring a CCh in manual or hold mode, a lot of radios will display the TG's being granted channels as the channel grant is made.williams63 said:And the reason I asked about the SysID was in a search mode ( IE : 140 - 144 ) I find a Contraol Channel , it appears like it wants to to display the SYS ID...hence the MOT ID:_ _ _ _ _ _
Tg's display fine....Hmmm ok
Depends on what download/upgrade you are talking about. They all have been discussed at one time or another here in Uniden Forum.williams63 said:Q# 3 : I saw an upgrade for this scanner..tho the info on what it can do , was a little vauge...what does the upgrade do for us 296D owners ?
That was the "Detroit" issue fix. Although firmware updates always contain the previous "fixes" also so it is a good idea to apply them. The Detroit problem was due to the P25 system there being modified during the Super Bowl to not "advertise" the channel line up, but rather use an "implicit" channel line up.williams63 said:Thank you Lou: I tried to search out the " BCD296Dv3.29 " Upgrade , and it didnt show much...Im not sure ehat it is suppose to Upgrade...any ideas would be much appreaciated .
Thx in advance.