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Droid53

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Does anyone know if the pro95 and 97 need to be rebanded to recieve the new set-up for Brevard county???


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Do you need to keep the old LCN frequencies in there also?

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DickH

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Do you need to keep the old LCN frequencies in there also?

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Since EDACS freqs. MUST go into specified channels, NO.
If an old freq. is in channel 1 and you put the equivalent re-banded freq. in channel 12 it won't work.
 

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Works for EDACS, LTR and some MOT

PRo-95, PRO-97 (& PRO-93) scanners will work fine on EDACS systems. The PRO-97 will do fine on LTR systems. All of these scanners will do fine on MOT systems if all of the voice frequencies conform to 8xx.xxx5 MHz. If you've got a frequency of 8xx.xxxx0 MHz in a MOT system, voice transmission assigned to those frequencies will not be tracked.
 

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PRo-95, PRO-97 (& PRO-93) scanners will work fine on EDACS systems. The PRO-97 will do fine on LTR systems. All of these scanners will do fine on MOT systems if all of the voice frequencies conform to 8xx.xxx5 MHz. If you've got a frequency of 8xx.xxxx0 MHz in a MOT system, voice transmission assigned to those frequencies will not be tracked.
Small addition: the "8xx.xxxx0" criteria only applies to "non-splinter" systems. Splinter systems do use such frequencies, and are handled just fine by the mentioned scanners.
 

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Small addition: the "8xx.xxxx0" criteria only applies to "non-splinter" systems. Splinter systems do use such frequencies, and are handled just fine by the mentioned scanners.
BUT, a "splinter" system is NOT a "rebanded" system. Here is my chart that shows all the channels and how they line up.

So the system can be:
- standard, not rebanded
- splintered, not rebanded
- rebanded, all freqs are 8xx.xxx5 MHz (can be scanned)
- rebanded with some channels that will not be tracked by older scanners
 

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I use a Pro-97 on a system with the following Freq.

854.91250 855.36250 856.26250 856.63750c 857.26250
r 854.01250 854.68750 855.61250 856.71250 857.31250c 857.71250
 
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