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johndeerefan

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yes i have a pro433 and i was wondering if my scanner will work with a pro-voice system because i live in va and i can put the trunking freq for maryland in and it works fine but if i put in like spotsylvania co. the trunking wont work and i was wondering why?i got the freqs from here and it also says simulcast and provoice and anolog please help
 

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ProVoice is a MA/Com type of digital transmission. There is no scanner made that can monitor it. The analog ID's you can pick up. The system is an EDACS system and needs to be programmed the correct way for that type of system. On an EDACS system all frequencies must be programmed in and in proper LCN order. The LCN order is listed just to the left of the frequency in little light gray numbers.
 
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