New to scanning in Hancock County Ohio

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tjd2006

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So, Im pretty new to all of this and I have been using Freescan.

I paid for a premium membership here, in order to get all the stuff I need for Hancock County.

Now my question is, is it possible for me to create something in order to listen to multiple frequencies/talk groups at once?

I'd like to be able to listen to Hancock County Sheriff, Findlay Police, and Hancock County Fire?

I've been trying to play with all of this for a while and im confused ha.
 

tjd2006

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I believe I got everything to work fine, but BCD996XT. The only thing im still looking for is The University of Findlay.
 

AMDXP

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I found this in the FCC database at FCC Callsign WQEH805 Details

I haven't picked up anything on the 2 two top frequencies. I don't know what type of reach 45W and 30W @~ 1000 ft tower will give.

If you get anything don't be afraid to submit to the database. You'd want to try and ID what those frequencies are used for (ie Maintence, Security, University PD, etc.)
 

K8TEK

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You aren't going to be able to listen to multiple talkgroups at the same time regardless of what scanner you have. If you want to do that, you need a separate scanner for each talkgroup.
 
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