It is following where the control channel tells it to go. As long as it is in the range that the dongle covers (25mhz to 1600mhz I believe) it is fine.thank you, the deemphasis box is checked.
i want to monitor: High Point Public Safety Trunking System, High Point, North Carolina - Scanner Frequencies which is basically 854 to 860mhz. my dongle is monitoring 851 and maxing out at 857ish. is this normal? at this point i would love to not hear Greensboro, NC comms and only High Point, NC cops/fire and maybe ems if that is required.
If you change the rank of a talk group you don't want to listen to higher than 50 (ie 60) you won't hear that talk group.
The lower the rank the higher the priority. If you change the rank of your local police to 30, Unitrunker will drop whatever it is listening to and change to that conversation.
That is another reason why 2 dongles are better. One dongle can listen to the control channel constantly and change to higher rank calls.
I apologize insert "priority" where I mention rank for talk groups. Rank is 50 any priority higher than 50 won't be played. Any priority lower than 50 will be played in lowest number priority first. A talk group with a priority of 5 will be followed instead of a talk group with a priority of 10.
You can set the priorities of each talk group to whatever you want.