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LTR Systems - Freq = N/A

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Hello:

Some listings for LTR sytems, such as, Areawide Communications (Hampton), show frequencies with the designation "N/A". Does this means that there is no frequency for a particular LCN or does it mean that there is a frequency but it is unknown.

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Hello:

Some listings for LTR sytems, such as, Areawide Communications (Hampton), show frequencies with the designation "N/A". Does this means that there is no frequency for a particular LCN or does it mean that there is a frequency but it is unknown.
Either. There MAY be a frequency for those slots, but it has not been ID'd, or, it is known that there is none. Both cases would be N/A
 

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The N/A would indicate that when programming a scanner that uses bank/channel programming you would skip that channel. For example 1. 460.000 2.N/A 3.461.000 4.N/A 5.462.000 you would skip channel 2 and channel 3.
 
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