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ffwilliston

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I am new to scanning and am trying to program an Uniden BCD936T. Have gotten to where it asks for a TGID when trying to add a channel. Under the RR database (South Carolina) for Palmetto 800, I cannot find anything that corresponds to "TGID." Am stuck and feeling dumb. Can anyone help? Fred
 

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The "TGID" that they are looking for refers to the "Talk Group IDentification" number. With the Palmetto 800 system, the number that you would want to enter into the radio at that step would be found in the "DEC" column in the row of the talk group that you wish to monitor.
 
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