Trust me Uniden is not going to leave money on the table. I can almost guarantee a 100 percent that Uniden will charge more money for their NXDN upgrade.It would be great to have the NXDN upgrade as a freebie to us that have bought the other two upgrades. That's 4 scanners for me. I still believe Uniden will not let Whistler get or keep the upper hand with NXDN
It might help to say where you are?In my area of the state the RR Database shows no local NXDN frequencies! I hope this is due to them not being discovered yet? Anyone have an opinion about that? Thanks
No, it is used for selecting the strongest site in the system and only works for P25.There is a trunked system setting "Multi-Site Settings" at the bottom left side of the "Trunked System Site Information" page of the EZ Scan software. I am wondering if adjusting the Low Data Decode Threshold setting might help; is this what it is intended for?.
1. Yes.I've just updated my TRX-1, and I have picked up two clear NXDN signals (VHF-hi) so far this afternoon, one at a line-of-sight distance of approximately 30 miles (Diamond RH77CA antenna).
1. I programmed eight suspected NXDN frequencies as "NXDN" systems with NXDN RAN: "any" and Talkgroup ID: "0" (0 = Any ID). Are these settings the search equivalents of wildcards for any and all NXDN signals, be they conventional or trunked?
2. Will the TRX-1 find and decode NXDN signals in limit-search mode if the NXDN RAN and Talkgroup ID's settings haven't been entered?
3. Will the TRX-1 find and decode NXDN signals in scan-list mode if the squelch setting is "search"?
4. What is "RAN"? I'll start searching for a definition on my own, but I thought I'd ask anyway.
This has been fun! Thanks again, Wendy and the Whistler Team!