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G4/G5: Programming P25C

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Silent Key
Dec 19, 2002
Supply (Lockwood Inlet area), NC
I've been monitoring usage of the 700 air to ground frequencies in my area.

I decided to add more 700 AG and interop frequencies to my G4.

The method/steps used to add frequencies that are P25C seems cumbersome/convoluted -

  • add a conventional record - label (i.e. 7AG60), frequency and BW
  • create a P25C TG row (label '7AG60' repeated and TG 1)
  • create a "Monitor Mode" zone/position for each frequency (set to P25 conventional and assign at least one TG)

Then, if I want to scan a group of things, put each of that those items into another zone/position as "Normal Scan"...

To simplify things, I test CSQ entries for the AG frequencies and listened this morning. It looks like if I park on 7AG60 (CSQ) all I get is digital noise.

I'm wondering if there is a better way -- thoughts?
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Feed Provider
Dec 19, 2002
Dallas, TX
Been a while since i programmed conventional channel into my G4. Ill try to check my programming and get back to you.


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Nov 23, 2004
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That pretty much sums it up. You can scan up to 16 channels, but would have to make two zones with each of those channels in a separate knob position (16 knob positions just for the channels). Then another zone which would scan those channels and set up which channels you want to scan. Unfortunately no other way. Not really friendly for scanning multiple conventional channels.

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