No. The programming for one system has no effect on how fast other systems are scanned. Either you have a card problem, or you're activating more than just the OFT system when you toggle it on.But when I turn the single freq DMR off is is back to normal....it seems to be the issue.
You don't get it, watch the video. You can see how fast analogue is t scanning in one video, I am not new to scanning, scanning the otf system is quick also. The oft system has no control channel, it's just a DMR 2 way channel with no control channel or data.Scanning the extra system takes extra time. Processing a control channel for a trunked system site takes 1-2 seconds. But all the other systems are scanning at the same speed as before.
You are not alone. I have read several others having the same problem with their SDS100/200.Since then I have changed everything I could with the scanner but its definitely what I say it is.
No. The scanner is scanning faster than the display can update, and you're getting a display artifact from sample aliasing. It's the same effect that can cause stagecoach wheels to appear to be frozen on a moving coach in a movie, or even appear to be turning backwards when the coach is moving forward. The wheel isn't actually turning backwards, its a visual artifact caused by the interaction of the camera frame rate and shutter speed with the motion of the wheel.In short the nature of which the scanner processes and scans 1 freq DMR is transferring over to the analogue directly after.