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Please help with my programming!!!

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WiseGuy10100

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Hello Everyone,
I would really like some help with my BF-F9V2+. I try to listen to my local LEO agency but whenever there is a transmission, i only hear a really loud white noise sound... i'm assuming its from the repeater but i have no idea. I have no issue picking up EMS traffic in the 130 mhz range but for some reason i cant get my LEO traffic in the 460 mhz range... Can someone please help me with this??? i have no idea what it could be... Any thoughts?
 

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My agency is in Western NY (Monroe County). And the info below is for the frequency i want!
Frequency: 460.35000
Type: RM
Tone: 2CF NAC
Mode: P25
 

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And is there any antenna or anything that would fix this?
Nope. You're trying to fly to Jupiter in a rowboat monitoring P25 with that radio. Your only option is a scanner or radio specifically designed to receive and decode P25 digital transmissions.
 
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