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914Re: Quick Programming Steps for a BC346XT

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  • Paul
    Aug 25 5:02 PM
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      I use FreeSCAN.

      --- In BC346XT@yahoogroups.com, "Maggie OConnor" <Maggie-o@...> wrote:
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      > I have to agree â€" no simple way to program this scanner â€" I used the MarkScanner and yahoo group people’s help to get mine to the bare minimum so I can use it.. I have a trunked bank and I guess a different “group” for conventional frequencies..
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      > Can anyone tell me how to turn on or off a specific group, and also, on my old scanners, for conventional freq’s â€" they were each at a “number” in the scanner, and I could hit the manual button, and then hit number 123 for example and just “hold” on a specific freq.. is there any way to do this with this scanner?
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      > some time I want to try using the computer to program â€" but haven’t done that yet either!
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      > Thanks much â€" and good luck donwebrob.
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      > From: capt_clint
      > Sent: Sunday, August 25, 2013 9:29 AM
      > To: BC346XT@yahoogroups.com
      > Subject: [BC346XT] Re: Quick Programming Steps for a BC346XT
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      > There is no simple approach with modern scanners. This is as simple as it gets: http://marksscanners.com/346XT/346xt.shtml#program%20conv%20system Don't bother with options. After creating a system, see Creating Groups. Then see Programming Frequencies/IDs, Conventional Frequency
      > For Conventional, you need to create a system, and then at least 1 group under that system. Think of systems as main folders on a PC. Groups are sub folders under the system. For the sake of simplicity, all you need is 1 system, and then you can put all 100 freq's in one group. Trunking systems are similar, but more involved.
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      > --- In mailto:BC346XT%40yahoogroups.com, "donwenrob" <donwenrob@> wrote:
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      > > My elder neighbor just got a BC346XT scanner and asked me if I could program in about 100 frequencies for him. I am not a scanner person and really don't want to read the manual. Can you provide me a quick 1-2-3- step guide to do this please??? Txs.
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