Put your mouse over each heading, and you will get a brief explanation. Basically, all you really need is Frequency and Description. Tone comes in handy when you get a new scanner that can handle it.How do I read all of this:
Frequency Input License Type Tone Alpha Tag Description Mode Tag
You should double check this by asking on the MI forum. I just noticed you already got this question answered in the MI forum.But they did not go digital yet? correct?
Should be OK from what I see, but people from MI might have better insight. W9NES seems to think you need digitial now, and he is a lot closer to you than I amIf so would my old BC100XLT do for now?
This would be no better, generally speaking, than what you have, as it is not digital. It has to be on this list to be digital: http://wiki.radioreference.com/index.php/Category:Digital_ScannersAnd what about the BC246T Trunking Scanner? Would this not do?
You need to ask in the Michigan forum. But on the RR Kent County Page it says all agencies are moving to the Michigan Public Safety Communications (MPSCS) system by 2010But they did not go digital yet? correct?
If so would my old BC100XLT do for now?
And what about the BC246T Trunking Scanner? Would this not do?