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Win97 Trunking Assistance Please...

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Oct 1, 2006
Irvine, KY
Ok guys. I've been playing with Win97 for a few days, and the other night, I tackled programming in a couple trunked systems in Kentucky. I programmed up Madison Co, KY's Motorola system, and in a seperate bank, I programmed up Lexington, KY's EDACS system.

Now all I done, for BOTH systems, was took all the 800mhz frequencies listed, and programmed them into my scanner, IN ORDER, via Win97.

Then, I programmed in the talkgroup ID's in DEC mode for the Madison Co Motorola system, and the talkgroup ID's for Lexington's EDACS, in AFS mode. Saved the file, and programmed it in.

Ok now, with this information in my scanner now, should I be able to trunk both systems correctly? I never thought about programming in the Fleet Maps.. Right now all I have are the frequencies, and Talkgroup ID's for both systems. Hopefully these are also in correctly.

Do I need to program Fleet Maps now? Or what? I have no idea how this trunking stuff works.. Glad I've got Win97....

If it'd help any, I could possibly email my current .p97 file to someone who'd be willing to look it over and check it out for me.. But other than that, I think I've got everything in right, minus the Fleet Maps, if I even need those..

Please Help! 73
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