n2mdk said:If you follow the instructions below and the frequencies aren't getting stored into memory, then something is wrong with the scanner
1. Press Hold. Then enter the channel number
where you want to store a frequency, then press
Func and Pgm. The channel number appears.
2. Use the number keys and to enter the
frequency (including the decimal point) you want
3. Press E to store the frequency into the channel.
You haven't given a location on where you are and who you need to monitor. Then, we can point you in the correct direction for what type of scanner to get.superfire84 said:Thanks!
I'm going to end up returning the scanner. I't's not really working to my use. Wants a good handheld scanner to get? I do wildfire photography and I'm only expected to use a handheld when I go out to fires, so I'm not expected to use it every day.
N8IAA said:You haven't given a location on where you are and who you need to monitor. Then, we can point you in the correct direction for what type of scanner to get.
OK. What you need to sufficiently hear the systems mentioned, is, either the PSR-300(my recommendation), or the RS Pro-164(which is it's almost twin). San Diego county has gone digital, but some of the talkgoup ID's are analog. Riverside and San Bernadino are still conventional, as are Cal Fire, USFS, and the BLM. The best way to program the scanner is to download Win97 from http://www.starrsoft.com Win97 will program both of the radios.superfire84 said:I live in southern california. The countys I need to scan is San Diego County, Riverside County and San Bernardino County. I need to monitor Cal Fire, USFS and BLM.
superfire84 said:Anyone here own the uniden BC72XLT scanner? Is there a way I can save the freq's I program into the scanner when I turn the scanner off? When I turn it off and back on the freq I put in there is gone?
1. don't post using all capsgledford54 said:I AM HAVING A PROBLEM GETTING SCANNER FREQUENCIES PROGRAMMED, LIVE IN NC.
ANYONE HAVE A SOLUTION ?
n2mdk said:1. don't post using all caps
2. don't hyjack a thread start a new one.
3. supply enough info for others to help you
3a. what model scanner?
3b. where exactly do you live, county at least, locality even better.
3c. what do you want to listen to?