Uniden Digital Scanner 396XT

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fluffy24

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I'm a new subscriber to this site. I live in Ontario Canada, and am trying to find frequencies for my district. What and where should I be looking at to download into my scanner?
 

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For fire, look in the link from mciupa.

The department conducts it's operations with dispatch in lindsay through the 4 frequenicies labelled "xyz repeater" (Pontypool, Lindsay Kirkfield and Kinmount respectively).

Fire pagers operate on the frequency labelled "Paging." The other fire frequencies are talkaround frequencies for on scene chatter - you will need to be close to the scene to hear anything on this as they are not run through a repeater. Don't recall which one Omemee uses.

As well, MikeOxlong's thread "http://forums.radioreference.com/eastern-canada-radio-discussion-forum/17856-programming-your-uniden-scanner-bell-mobility-radios-fleetnet-system.html" details programming the Fleetnet system into your scanner, which will cover pretty much all Ontario gov't agencies (OPP, EMS, MNR, etc.).
 

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Programming my scanner Uniden Scanner 396XT

Hi fluffy24 welcome to RadioReference :)

Have a look through the Kawartha Lakes entries in the database: Kawartha Lakes County, Ontario (ON) Scanner Frequencies and Radio Frequency Reference

The trunking system you will want is Fleetnet Zone 2 , there is a link also on the Kawartha Lakes page. :cool:
Thanks for your input. I need to know what software and anything else I need to download the Kawartha Lakes frequencies into my scanner. (Is it the software disc that this website sells for $20.00)? Thank you.
 
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