You can create a separate favorites list that includes the trunked frequencies but designates them as conventional. Then when the scanner stops on a frequency and renders a voice communication, it will display the frequency.
Ok... I see a pattern here.... All say I need a 2nd/different radio (plus other tools) to see the active voice frequency. I was hoping there was a trick/feature I haven't found yet.
I've wondered for a long time why it makes sense to display the TDMA slot on the display but not the frequency. What's the point?
That voice frequency will keep changing, multiple times in a conversation. As one other person said you can program each of the voice channel frequencies in that system. each transmit you will see the frequencies change. No you didn't ask, but you can "UID" Unit ID each person/car/sites radio.
I don't see the point to see the freq. So what's the point?
Seeing the voice frequency is very important.
It is a valuable troubleshooting tool for one.
I rely upon the voice frequency daily and for me it is as important as you being able to see the department name or talkgroup name.
So the OP has a very valid point.
I do think this is something Uniden can add in a FW update or make one or two lines display what the user selects in the profile instead of what Uniden thinks you should see.
I myself hate the dumbing down of info that is shown to the users but with smartphones, tablets etc, that is the way things are going.
if you are new to radio it is great if you just put in a zip or do gps and listen. but, some of us want more information and besides it helps all. the county next to me (desoto) changed control channels to a voice channel twice now. i sent in the update but if you had a hpwhatever you would get nothing until the update. i am not sure if they load just the cc ones or all but i suspect just the cc's. and still some only put in the red or blue. but what happens when they get a new one??? the t and xt folks can help and get the freqs sure but it takes time. ok just my 2 cents.