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TK-6110K2 priority scan

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Just picked up a TK-6110, my first Kenwood. Looking to replace my low band Maxtrac, but a little confused about the scanning functions. I already have a function key set for add/del, so I can pop things in and out of the scan list, but is it possible to user assign a priority selection? I am familiar with selected channel priority, but am not familiar with how to assign a fixed priority channel. The Maxtrac series are so much more versatile when it comes to scan...you can actually have a separate scan and priority scan list in each channel!

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The 6110 has a pretty simple scan. You can enable a single priority member and make it selected or fixed in the scan menu. The fixed channel is set in the channel edit menu. All you can really do. All done through FPU.
 
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I usually set it to priority on whatever the selected channel is. That way if I park on another channel it will move.
 

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I usually set it to priority on whatever the selected channel is. That way if I park on another channel it will move.
That is the norm as not to confuse the no- lobs. However fixed is the only other option.

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