How to program MacDill

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Eznuff575

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I can hear voice in the clear on their frequencies but I am not able to trunk their system. How do I program this system in to a PRO- 106, PRO-197, PRO-2096 and PRO-96? I am using Win500 and Win96.


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Doug
 

Bolt21

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I have them programmed in a 396T, but should be the same basic principle -
Motorola UHF Band (Type II/P25)
Base (or Lower) Freq: 406.5625 - don't worry about entering an Upper Freq
Step: 12.5
Offset: 380
Entering just the CCh alone is not enough - you have to supply the Base/Step/Offset info for your radio to trunk.
 

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I can hear voice in the clear on their frequencies but I am not able to trunk their system. How do I program this system in to a PRO- 106, PRO-197, PRO-2096 and PRO-96? I am using Win500 and Win96.


Thanks
Doug
Use the information Bolt gave you. Use 380 for Ch-Low, and 759 for Channel High.

Mike
 

Eznuff575

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Thanks for the info, I will try it when I get to my office. It is nice to have VHF, UHF, 800 MHz, HF, all with outside antennas on a 100 foot tall tower.

Doug
 

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Just changed the system info in the scanner and it worked. Thank you for your help! I also notice a few talkgroups that are not in the database, so I just stored them in the scanner.

Thanks again,
Doug
 
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