Texas 700 MHz Interop freqs.

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n0xmz

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Well I found these frequencies today at http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?aid=899

Here's the list:

769.24375
769.14375
769.64375
770.14375
770.64375
769.74375
770.24375
770.99375
770.89375
770.39375
770.49375
769.89375
769.99375
769.39375
769.49375
770.74375
773.10625
773.60625
774.10625
774.60625
773.75625
774.25625
774.85625
774.50625
774.00625
774.35625
773.50625
773.85625
773.00625
773.35625
774.75625

764.24375
774.25625
764.74375
765.89375
765.99375
774.75625
775.50625
775.85625

Notice there are FIVE digits to the right of the decimal. My 396 will only program 4 digits. Has anyone found a way to program these (perhaps just leaving off the last digit?) or am I just out of luck?
 

soncorn

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Well I found these frequencies today at http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?aid=899

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Notice there are FIVE digits to the right of the decimal. My 396 will only program 4 digits. Has anyone found a way to program these (perhaps just leaving off the last digit?) or am I just out of luck?

There is no need to program the 5th digit as you see there is a bit of a pattern to it, they are all 5.

That and the frequency resolution of the 396 is not enough that it matters.
 
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