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Programming Input Frequencies on BCT15, et al.

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Sep 30, 2005
Hi all,

I've got some hefty trunked systems (e.g., Nevada Shared Radio System - 92 sites) programmed into my BCT15, complete with location data. But now, I want to monitor their input frequencies. Can I do this in a single system program with UASD?

Here's the rub: UASD allows us to assign a separate lat/long for each site in a trunked system -- an elegant design. Conventional systems do not. Is there some clever way I can program the input frequencies into my BCT15 without having to create a separate conventional system program for every location? For example, will EDACS or another trunked system type also scan conventional frequencies if I put 'em in there?

If there's no way to do this, I'm stuck creating 92 separate conventional programs for the various location-specific input frequencies employed by the NSRS. What a mess....

Any help is greatly appreciated.

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