Ltr help please

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JLM7424

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Thankyou for looking and seeing if you can help.

I have read the wikis on LTR but have more Questions please.

Ok I,m trying to Figure out 2 LTR systems in my area so i can get them up here on RR.

Ones vhf others uhf . I,m using a uniden 396XT using Custom search wit CC only find on

finding the CCs and seeing id's so i made a LTR sys. in my scanner only putting in the 1 freq and the correct lcn i hear both side of conversations is this a single channel LTR ?

other problem i tried to use Unitrunker with no results ?

Please Advise if you have Knowledge thanks Matt.
 
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Plain LTR does not have a CC. MultiNet and PassPort have CCs that sound like dead carriers. Plain and PassPort send periodic blips on all system channels. Some systems have dual-mode repeaters that are both Plain and PassPort.

There can be single-channel LTR systems. The effect is like using LTR in place of CTCSS or DCS.
 

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None of the radios that provide control channel data output provide LTR messages unless you've programmed the LTR system into the radio - which makes discovering new LTR systems a pain.
 

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Eric's Handy "LTRLogger" will work with your 396XT to help you map
out LTR systems. Just follow the directions below:

LTRLogger 1.0.0.0
By Eric C. Carlson


This is a simple Windows commandline application that outputs LTR data from
a Uniden BCD396XT scanner in a readily human-usable format. It is primarily
intended to facilitate easy identification of the logical channel numbers
used in a given LTR system.

There is no warranty. Use at your own risk.

Requirements:
Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5
Uniden BCD396XT scanner with control channel output enabled
(Uniden BCD996XT should also work but is untested by the author)

Instructions:
Set your COM port and baud rate in the LTRLogger.exe.config XML file.
To exit the running program, press enter.
I have used it with both a 396XT & 996XT to map out a few systems here.
Happy Monitoring
Marshall KE4ZNR
 
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