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5834Re: [BCD396XT] Locking and unlocking multiple systems

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  • MCH
    Sep 30, 2011
      There is not, but there is a more logical way of doing what you want.

      Rather than assign 10 systems for different agencies on the same system,
      assign them to the same system and use the 10 Group Quick Keys for the
      different groups. That way, you just have to disable one System.

      Joe M.

      G S H wrote:
      > I've had the pleasure of owning a BCD396XT for quite a while now and love its feature set and capabilities. I have it more or less organized in the following manner:
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      > Systems 0 (01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 00) Orange County, NY
      > 1: Battalion 1 agencies
      > 2: Battalion 2 agencies,
      > etc., etc.
      > 9: Battalion 9 agencies
      > 0: Countywide channels
      >
      > Systems 1 (11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16) Rockland County, NY
      > 1-1 Countywide channels
      > 1-2 Station 201 agencies
      > 1-3 Station 301 agencies,
      > etc., etc.
      > 1-6 Station 601 agencies
      >
      > Systems 2 (21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 20) Westchester County, NY
      > 2-1: Battalion 1 agencies
      > 2-2: Battalion 2 agencies,
      > etc., etc.
      > 2-9: Battalion 9 agencies
      > 2-0: Countywide channels
      >
      > Systems 3#, 4#, 5#, etc. (same pattern as above)
      >
      > Right now if I'm not interested in monitoring a specific county (say Rockland), I press ./no and 1, 1; ./no, 1, 2; ./no, 1,3; etc., untill all six systems are removed from the scan list. Is there a way to add or delete an entire S# line of systems all at once?
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      > Greg Hatzis
      > KC2zZe
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