Re: Resuming scanning after a timeout?
- --- In BCD396XT@yahoogroups.com, "Richard A. Victor" <Victor@...> wrote:
>That was it, thank you. I didn't even notice the negative values in the selector list. Now scanning's a bit easier and I don't have to reach over every few seconds to bump the control knob.
> I don't think that Data Skip is implemented on the XT. Negative
> delay should work though. Here's what the Users Guide says:
> Set Delay Time
> Set the number of seconds the scanner should wait after a
> transmission stops before
> moving on to the next channel. Select 0, 1, 2 (default), 5, 10, or 30 seconds.
> To have scanner leave the channel after a designated number of
> seconds whether the
> transmission stops or not, select one of the negative values. Choose
> -10 seconds to have
> the scanner leave the channel after 10 seconds even if the
> transmission is still going on;
> choose -5 seconds or -2 seconds to have the scanner leave after 5
> seconds or 2 seconds,
> At 03:41 PM 8/30/2009, you wrote:
> >There's Data Skip and/or Negative Delay times that could apply.
> >Joe M.
> >agcme2002 wrote:
> > > Is there an option somewhere to force the scanner to resume
> > scanning after a period of time? The idea being I want to be able
> > to scan around a block of frequencies even though a few of them
> > might have local sources of interference that cause the scanner to
> > stop there until I manually resume the scan.
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