In Win96, and on your Pro-96 scanner, it'll just say FM. The scanner will recognize the signals as analog or digital and "decode" the digital ones automagically. FM is the proper mode setting for P25 digital (conventional), as there is no PL or DPL with digital transmissions. Digital uses a Network Access Code (NAC) rather than PL/DPL, and it's transparent to the scanner.tbharper said:When I Downloaded The Kentucky State Police Using Win 96 I Imported From Rr Data Base Should It Show Apco Anywhere On The Win 96 Program Or Should It Just Show Fm Like It Does Know
I thiink KSP are conventional rather than trunked, so I don't believe there would be any reason to set it to MOT (trunked). You're right, it may still work, but I'm not in range of either a trunked or a digital system to check it out.lowboy654 said:If he has it set to mot or fm mode it should still work right?
The only time you'll see any indication of (APCO) Digital is on the scanner itself when it's actually receiving a digital signal, at which time Dg or DG will temporarily display in the upper right corner of the display (where the FM/AM/MO etc normally is). See below.tbharper said:When I Downloaded The Kentucky State Police Using Win 96 I Imported From Rr Data Base Should It Show Apco Anywhere On The Win 96 Program Or Should It Just Show Fm Like It Does Know
we know that, the bottom line here is that the 96 will goto the DG mode no matter what. if it receives a digital transmission.6D75 said:Harry,
You are correct, KSP is conventional rather than trunked.
That looks remarkably similar to the PDF I created a couple of years ago:hmarnell said:I've got a page that illustrates/explains the Pro-96's display characters at ...