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BCD-396T and Marin TRS

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stevebpp

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Recently I retired my Pro-96 when I received a BCD-396T as a gift. The only digital system I ever monitor is when I travel to Marin County. I was looking at the programming instructions and I can't seem to find anything about base and offsets when programming a VHF system as I had to do with the Pro-96. Does the scanner do this automatically or am I missing something? I appreciate any help. Thanks! Steve
 

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If the system is a true Project 25 Standard system, you do not need to enter base/offset on Uniden scanners.
 
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