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6553Re: [BCD396XT] Re: Systems With Separate Base & Mobile Channels

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  • Uniden UPMan
    Apr 9, 2012
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      What Joe said was 100% correct. While what you say (after the first sentence) is also correct, it isn't what Joe said (and Joe's method is better).


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      >________________________________
      > From: david40_33711 <david40@...>
      >To: BCD396XT@yahoogroups.com
      >Sent: Monday, April 9, 2012 6:07 AM
      >Subject: [BCD396XT] Re: Systems With Separate Base & Mobile Channels
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      >That's not true. Holding the Func Button locks or unlocks the Funtion Mode by toggling it on or off.
      >Holding on a system can be done by toggling the rest of the systems off, or assigning a system to a quick key.
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      >--- In BCD396XT@yahoogroups.com, MCH <mch@...> wrote:
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      >> If you hold the HOLD button, you will put the scanner into System
      >> Hold mode. To exit this mode, just hold the HOLD button again.
      >>
      >> Joe M.
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      >> Tony Olivero wrote:
      >> > All:
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      >> > Our local state police are still using some low band channels with base
      >> > stations on one cfrequency and mobiles on another. An LTR system I
      >> > occasionally monitor exhibits similar behavior. Is it possible to get the
      >> > x96XT to hold on a system for a few seconds to see if a response is heard on
      >> > another channel? I thought I saw a "system hold time" option in Freescan but
      >> > wasn't sure if this would work (it hasn't seemed to). Is there a trick to
      >> > setting both the delay (for the channels) and the hold time (for the
      >> > systems)? I'm guessing what's happening is System Hold says "scan for x
      >> > seconds and move to another system," but does it also hold for that many
      >> > seconds after a monitored channel's carrier has dropped and delay has
      >> > expired?
      >> >
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      >> >
      >> > Any thoughts or advice would be appreciated.
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      >> >
      >> > Thanks,
      >> >
      >> > Tony
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