I’ve got a ws 1065 which works great but I quite often listen to what’s in the wildcard to look for new frequencies. The only problem I have is I can’t lockout encrypted our frequencies I already have. Any suggestions? Thx
Thx for your input. Wildcard picks up both new freq. and ones I have stored. My wildcard is in a separate bank. I don’t have encrypted freq stored anywhere and would just like to get rid of them while in wildcard. Thx againI am assuming you mean encrypted talkgroups as you mentioned using a wildcard. You will need to create a scanlist just for your wildcard if you want to listen to new talkgroups only, but don't want to hear talkgroups you have already programmed that you have in a disabled scanlist or locked out. I believe the wildcard only recognizes other talkgroups you have already programmed when you are in the SCAN mode and not in the MAN mode parked on the wildcard. Once you have a separate wildcard scanlist setup, it should recognize the talkgroups you have already programmed and no longer stops of them when scanning. There should be an option to TGL/O (F1) when it stops on an encrypted talkgroup that you have not yet programmed which create a new talkgroup object in the scanner and permanently locks it out from scanning.
If you are referring to a conventional frequency search, then there is a similar option to FrL/O (F1) if it stops on a frequency you do not want.
Ok thx. I have a lot programmed I’m going to have to look through . Thx for helpThe only way to not have a Wildcard not pick up encrypted TG's is to have the encrypted TG's in your scan list somewhere. Wildcards look for non programmed TG's. So, save the encrypted TG's to a scan list and lock them out. Eventually you will then only get open TG's with the Wildcard or occasional new TG's that are encrypted.