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Old 10-11-2018, 7:56 PM
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Default Programming duplicate frequencies

I am trying to setup different banks for different areas that I travel in. One thing I have come up against is the BC125AT SS software will not allow me to have the same frequency on more than one channel.

For example, I have Bank1 and Bank2 programmed with all the AAR channels. But I have Bank3 for Southern California. So if I am out of a normal area I would have Bank1 and Bank2 on scan. But if I am in Southern California I would just want to scan Bank3.

So currently 160.4550 is CH023. But I want to also make CH101 160.4550.

How can I do that?
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Old 10-11-2018, 9:01 PM
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I am trying to setup different banks for different areas that I travel in. One thing I have come up against is the BC125AT SS software will not allow me to have the same frequency on more than one channel.

For example, I have Bank1 and Bank2 programmed with all the AAR channels. But I have Bank3 for Southern California. So if I am out of a normal area I would have Bank1 and Bank2 on scan. But if I am in Southern California I would just want to scan Bank3.

So currently 160.4550 is CH023. But I want to also make CH101 160.4550.

How can I do that?
That is just a notice. Hit the OK button in the pop up to program the frequency.
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