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20-496PRO-2096 Digital TrunkingMobile/Base ScannerPlease read this user’s guide before installing,setting up and using your new productwww.radioshack.com

ContentsThank you for purchasing your Pro-2096 digital trunk scannerfrom RadioShack. You can mount your scanner in a fixedposition and use it as a base scanner or you can use it asa mobile scanner by mounting it in a vehicle. This scanneris the first of an innovative and exciting new generation,capable of receiving digital voice modulation from thenewest and most sophisticated conventional and trunkedradio networks. No additional hardware or add-on cards areneeded.user’s guide quick start guide preloaded data addendumDC cable w/fuseScannerAC adapterAntennaMountingbracketKnob (2)Rubber washer (2)Lock washer (2)Screw (2)DIN sleeve and keys (2)Rubber foot (3)2

The Basicscontentsyour scanner’s keypad7your scanner’s rear view9your scanner’s display10step 1: install your scanner11mounting your scanner in your dashboardmobile mounting in your vehicleusing your scanner as a base stationstep 2: power your scannerfrom a wall outletthrough your vehicle’s ignitionfrom your vehicle’s cigarrette lighterstep 3: connect your scannerconnect the supplied antennaconnect an external antennaconnect an external speaker or headphones1111121313131415151516step 4: set up your scanner17squelchstoring conventional frequenciesdeleting frequencies from channelssearching and tuning17171819basic scanning20about channel-storage banksmonitoring a single channelusing CTCSS and DCS202021searching a preprogrammed frequency rangesearch bank charts32122

The Basicssearching for active frequenciesusing Zeromaticusing seek searchmanually tuning to a frequencyfrequency copy2727272829copying a frequency into a specified channelcopying a frequency to a vacant channelinto a specified bankcopying a frequency to the priority channellistening to the weather bandsame standby modetesting weather alertusing delaylocking out channels/frequencieslocking out channelslocking out frequenciesreviewing locked-out search frequencyclearing locked-out search frequenciesclearing locked-out frequencies in search bankschanging the receive modeusing attenuatorglobal attenuatorturning the key tone on or offusing the dimmerchanging the display contrastvirtual ng V-scannerusing digital AGCcloning programmed datacloning v-scanner datafull cloningselective cloning4045454647474

The Basicstrunking operation50setting squelch for trunk scanningtalkgroup ID holdturning an ID sub-bank on or offopen and closed mode operationtoggling open and closed modesmanual ID lockout toggleactivate ID lockout while scanningreviewing locked-out talkgroup IDschanging from ID text tag displayto ID code displaytrunked delay functionclearing talkgroups IDsclearing all talkgroup IDs in one bankprogramming trunked systems50505051525253535353545556Motorola analog, digital, and APCO-25 systems56EDACS systems57Motorola VHF and UHF systems58Motorola 800MHz splinter systems59fleet maps59programming the priority channel61programming a stored channel frequencyin the priority channel61programming the priority channel directly61programming a weather channel as the priority channel 62turning priority on or off62programming CTCSS/DCS channels63storing talkgroup ids65text tags67assigning a text tag to a channelassigning a text tag to a group IDassigning a text tag to a channel-storage bank5676868

The Basicstext input chartusing channel receive modesupdating the DSP zing your scanner71resetting your scannerinitializing your scanner7172care73replacing the fuseservice and repair7373specifications74The FCC wants you to know77scanning legally77glossary78warranty84 2004 RadioShack Corporation.All Rights Reserved.RadioShack, RadioShack.com. Hypersearch, Hyperscan, V-Scanner, and Adaptaplug aretrademarks used by RadioShack Corporation.Motorola, Smartnet, ASTRO and Privacy Plus are registered trademarks of Motorla Inc.EDACS is a registered trademark of MA-COM Inc.The IMBE(TM) Voice Coding Technology embodied in this product is protected by intellectualproperty rights including patent rights, copyrights and trade secrets of Digital Voice Systems,Inc. This voice coding Technology is licensed solely for use witthin this CommunicationsEquipment. The user of this Technology is explicitly prohibited from attempting to decompile,reverse engineer, or disassemble the Object Code, or in any other way convert the ObjectCode into a human readable form.U.S. Pat. Nos. 5,870,405 and 5,517,511.This device made under license under one or more of the following U.S. Patents: 4,590,473;4,636,791; 5,148,482; 5,185,796; 5,271,017; 5,377,2296

The Basicsyour scanner’s keypadTRUNK — stores the trunking ID code orholds the trunking ID while scanning.L/OUT — locks out selected channelsand ID codes, and skips specifiedfrequencies during a search.CLEAR — clears an incorrect entry.PROG — programs frequencies inselected channels.PWR/VOL/SQ — long knob turns OFF/ON,and controls volume. Short knob controlssquelch.PC/IF — connect data cable for cloningor connecting to a PC.s — attach headphones with1/8” jack here.7

The BasicsFUNC — press incombination with other keys toperform various functions.TUNE — Press TUNE, PAUSEthen e or d to tune to afrequency.ATT — Press to activateattenuation (reduce scannersensitivity, block strong signals).Press again to deactivateattenuation.PAUSE — pauses search ortune operation.DIM — adjusts the backlightlevel (Light, Dark, or OFF).e or d — press to scan orsearch in either direction.WX — press to scanprogrammed weather channels.See p. 31PRI — turns the priorityfunction on or off.TEXT — press to input text.MODE — press to change thereceive mode.SRCH — press to searchthrough search banks.SCAN — press to scanprogrammed channels.MAN — press to manuallyenter a channel number.8

The BasicsPress to enter a number ora character (in text mode)./DELAY — press to entera decimal point, space, orhyphen. Press to program delaytime for a channel/search bank.ENT — press to confirmfrequency and text entries.your scanner’s rear viewRESET— pressto reset yourscanner.ANT — connect the suppliedantenna or an externalantenna here.DC 13.8V — connect apower source here.SCREW HOLE — use to mountthe scanner in a car with somehardware (screw not supplied).EXT SP — connect anexternal speaker here.9

The Basicsyour scanner’s displayReceiving a Signal ( no signal)Channel 00-(49)Bank 0-(9)(M)anual Mode(P)rogram(S)canPriority On/Off IndicatorAttenuator On/Off IndicatorDelay On/Off IndecatorLockout On/Off Indecator(While Scanning, Scanning Direction, orOpen/Closed Mode Indecator.)Receiving ModeReceiving FrequencyStored Textor Bank and Channel NumberDetected ID Display(Trunking & CTCSS/DCS)Bank OffOpen ModeClosed ModeScan ModeSearch Range NumberZeromatic On/Off IndicatorFrequencySub-GroupSearch Range NameBank OffSearch Mode10

The Basicsstep 1: install your scannerYou can mount your digital trunking scanner in your vehicle,install it for mobility, or install it as a base station.mounting your scanner in your dashboardIf you are unsure about how to install your scanner in yourvehicle, consult your automobile manufacturer, dealer, or aqualified installer. Before installing, confirm your scanner fitsin the desired mounting area and you have all the necessarymaterials. Your scanner requires a 2 x 71/8 x 5 5/16 inch(50 x 180 x 135 mm) mounting area.1. Remove the four rear screws and pull off the black casebefore installing your scanner.2. Install the DIN sleeve into theopening in your dashboard, lipfacing out. 3. Push out the top and bottom tabsto hold the sleeve firmly inplace.NoteNote4. Slide the scanner into thesleeve until it locks in place.To remove your scanner fromthe DIN sleeve, insert the twokeys straight into the scanner’sfront panel. Then, remove thescanner by pulling front panel. When mounting in yourdashboard, you will need toconnect an external antenna and an external speaker.mobile mounting in your vehicleYou can mount your scanner under the dashboard, or on topof it, using the mounting bracket.11

The Basics1. Attach the threeprotective rubberfeet to the mountingbracket when youuse the scanner on aflat surface. Do notuse them when youmount the bracket withscrews.2. Use the suppliedmounting bracket asa template to markpositions for the twomounting screws.Note 3. At the marked positions,drill holes slightly smaller than the screws.4. Remove the paper backing from each washer and stickone inside of each bracket’s ear, aligning the washer’shole with the bracket’s hole.5. Attach the mounting bracket to your vehicle’s surfaceusing the supplied screws and lockwashers.6. Slide the scanner into the bracket, aligning the scanner’sholes with the holes in the bracket, and then screw themounting knobs into the scanner.When drilling holes, be sure to avoid obstructions behindthe mounting surface. Consult a qualified installer if indoubt.using your scanner as a base stationYou can place your scanner on a desk, shelf, or table to useit as a base station. Since the speaker is on the bottom ofthe scanner, you may want to use the mounting bracket toelevate your scanner off the surface for better sound. Followthe mobile vehicle mounting instructions above to affix yourscanner to a desk, shelf, table or other flat surface (exceptthat the bracket will be below the scanner).12

The Basicsstep 2: power your scannerYou can power your scanner from a wall outlet, through yourvehicle’s ignition, or from your vehicle’s cigarette lighter.from a wall outlet 1. Connect the tip of the supplied AC adapter to the DC13.8V jack at the rear of your scanner.NoteWarning!2. Plug the AC adapter into your wall outlet.You must use a Class 2 power source that supplies 13.8VDC and delivers at least 600mA. Its center tip must be setto positive and its plug must fit the scanner’s DC 13.8V jack.Using an adapter that does not meet these specificationscould damage the scanner or the adapter.To prevent electric shock, do not use the AC adapter’spolarized plug with an extension cord, receptacle, orother outlet unless you can fully insert the blades toprevent blade exposure.through your vehicle’s ignition1. Disconnect the cable from the negative (-) terminal ofyour vehicle’s battery.2. Ground the black wire of thesupplied DC power cord to yourvehicle’s chassis.13

The BasicsNoteBe sure the grounding screw makes complete contactwith the metal frame of your vehicle.3. Connect the red wire of the supplied DC power cord toa voltage source that turns on and off with the ignitionswitch, such as a spare accessory terminal in yourvehicle’s fuse box.4. Insert the power cord’s barrelplug into the scanner’sDC 13.8V jack.Note5. Reconnect the cable to theRear Viewnegative (-) terminal of yourvehicle’s battery.You must use a power source that supplies 12V DC anddelivers at least 600 mA. Its center tip must be set topositive and its plug must fit the scanner’s DC 13.8V jack.The supplied DC power cord meets these specifications.Using a power cord that does not meet thesespecifications could damage the scanner or the adapter.from your vehicle’s cigarrette lighterTo power your scanner from a 12V power source in yourvehicle, such as a cigarette-lighter socket, you need a 12V,600 mA DC cigarette-lighter adapter (not supplied), availableat your local RadioShack store.1. Insert the adapter’s barrel plug into the scanner’s DC 13.8Vjack.Note2. Plug the adapter’s other end into your vehicle’s cigarettelighter or power socket.When you use a cigarette-lighter adapter, you might hearelectrical noise from your engine while scanning. This isnormal.14

The Basicsstep 3: connect your scannerconnect the supplied antennaPush the antenna onto yourscanner’s antenna connector androtate until it locks into place.Your scanner’s sensitivity tovarious frequencies depends onits location and the antenna’slength. For best reception, adjust the antenna’s length asfollows:FrequencyAntenna Length25-54 MHzExtend fully108-174 MHzExtend 4 segments216-225 MHzExtend 3 segments406-1300 MHzCollapse fullyconnect an external antennaYou will need to connect an external antenna when youmount your scanner in the dashboard of your vehicle. Youmay also want to connect an external antenna if you use yourscanner as a base station.Your local RadioShack storesells a variety of antennas.Always use 50-ohm coaxialcable, such as RG-58 or RG-8, toconnect an outdoor antenna. Forlengths exceeding 50 feet, useRG-8 low-loss dielectric coaxialcable. If your coaxial cable does not have a BNC connector,you will also need a BNC adapter (not supplied).15

The BasicsUse extreme caution when installing or removing anoutdoor antenna. If the antenna starts to fall, let it go!It could contact overhead power lines. If the antennatouches a power line, touching the antenna, mast, cable,or guy wires can cause electrocution and death. Call thepower company to remove the antenna. Do not attemptto do so yourself.Warning!connect an external speaker or headphonesWhen you mount your scanner in your dashboard, you willneed to connect an external speaker or headphones.Connect externalspeaker hereConnectheadphones herelistening safelyTo protect your hearing, follow these guidelines when you useheadphones. Adjust VOL (volume) to its lowest level before putting onheadphones. With the headphones on, adjust VOL to acomfortable level. Avoid increasing the volume once you set it. Over time, yoursensitivity to volume decreases, so volume levels that do notcause discomfort might damage your hearing. Avoid listening at high volume levels. Prolonged exposure tohigh volume levels can cause permanent hearing loss.traffic safetyDo not wear headphones while driving. This can create a traffichazard and is illegal in some areas. Even though some headphoneslet you hear outside sounds when you listen at normal levels, theystill can present a traffic hazard.16

The Basicsstep 4: set up your scannersquelch1. Rotate VOL clockwise to turn on your scanner. DSP LOADINGand Welcome To Digital Trunking appears. In a few seconds,you might hear a hissing sound.2. Adjust VOL to a comfortable listening level.3. Rotate SQ (squelch) fully counterclockwise to OFF. Then,rotate SQ clockwise until the hissing sound stops.4. To turn off the scanner, turn VOL counterclockwise to OFF.storing conventional frequencies1. Turn on your scanner and press PROG.2. Select the desired channel storage bank and channel, andthen press PROG.3. Use the number keys and ./DELAY (to enter the decimalpoint) to enter the frequency you want to store.4. Press ENT to store the frequency.5. The scanner configures the channels you enter after atwo second delay. A D appears at the top of the display. Ifyou do not want the scanner to pause before it resumesscanning, press ./DELAY until D no longer appears on thedisplay.6. To receive conventional frequencies, including AM,FM/Digital, CTCSS and DCS, press MODE. For moreinformation on CTCSS and DCS programming, see“Programming CTCSS/DCS channels”.7. If desired, program a text tag for the channel. See“Assigning a Text Tag to a Channel”.8. To program additional channels, press PROG or e or d tomove to the next channel memory location.17

The BasicsNotesIf you make a mistake entering the frequency, Invalid Freqbriefly appears.When you store a frequency by pressing ENT, yourscanner beeps.Press CLEAR to backspace and correct a character, or holddown CLEAR for about two seconds to clear the entire fieldand start over.Your scanner automatically rounds the frequency youenter to the nearest valid frequency. For example, if youenter 151.53, your scanner accepts it as 151.5275. Receptionof the frequency will not be adversely affected.If you enter a frequency that is already stored, an errortone sounds. Dupl.f and the duplicated frequency numberappear. Press CLEAR and enter another frequency.You can replace any stored frequency by selecting thedesired bank and channel, pressing PROG, and thenentering the new frequency.Press FUNC, and then CLEAR to erase programmedfrequency data.deleting frequencies from channelsIn certain circumstances you may wish to completely clearthe contents of a channel. One example would be to createempty channels in a selected channel storage bank so thefrequency copy function has empty channels available forcopied frequencies. See “Copying a Frequency to a VacantChannel into a Specified Bank”.1. Press PROG.2. Use the number keys or e or d to select the frequency youwant to delete.3. Press FUNC, and then CLEAR. The frequency is cleared, and0.00000 appears on the display.18

The Basicssearching and tuningYou can search for transmissions using the scanner’spreprogrammed search banks. The search banks include sixpreprogrammed search ranges, SR0 to SR5. You can changethe search range of Bank SR6 manually by setting the lowerand higher ends of the search range.NotesYou can use the scanner’s delay feature while searching.See “Using Delay”.You can set CTCSS or DCS mode when searching anyrange, except for SR0, SR1, and SR4. The scanner willdisplay detected CTCSS or DCS codes depending on themode setting. See “Using CTCSS and DCS”.The scanner does not search locked-out frequencieswhile searching ranges.You can use PAUSE to temporarily pause searching. Thescanner will remain on the frequency that was activewhen PAUSE was pressed until you press PAUSE again.You can simply listen to the radio traffic on the pausedfrequency, or copy the frequency to a channel beforeresuming your search.19

The Basicsbasic scanningPress SCAN to begin scanning channels. The scanner scansthrough all channels in the active channel storage bank. See“About Channel Storage Banks”. You must store frequencies into channels before you canscan them. The scanner does not scan through emptychannels. To change the scanning direction, press e or d whilescanning.about channel-storage banks To turn on a channel storage bank, press the numberkey corresponding to the desired bank until the bank’snumber appears on the display. To turn off a channel storage bank, press the numberkey corresponding to the desired bank until the bank’snumber disappears from the display. The scanner does not scan channels within a bank youhave turned off; however, you can manually select anychannel in a storage bank, even if the bank is turned off. You cannot turn off all channel storage banks. There mustalways be at least one active channel storage bank.monitoring a single channelYou can monitor a single channel by manually navigating tothat channel. The scanner will receive transmissions only onthat frequency.20

Beyond the Basicsusing CTCSS and DCSYour scanner’s advanced, DSP-based CTCSS and DCS,decoder allows you to listen only to a frequency group that isof interest to you. Simply specify the group’s specific CTCSSor DCS code for a certain frequency. CTCSS and DCS canalso help reduce interfering signals that cause your scannerto stop on one channel.When your scanner stops on a conventional frequency that isconfigured for CTCSS or DCS, it checks for a match betweenthe transmitted CTCSS or DCS code and the code stored inchannel memory. If the transmitted and stored codes match,the scanner stops on the transmission and allows the audioto pass to the speaker. If the codes do not match, the scannerresumes scanning. If the special “search” code is in use,the scanner instantly displays any detected CTCSS code ifprogrammed for CTCSS mode, or DCS code if programmedfor DCS code. You can store the detected code into channelmemory by pressing ENT while the code is displayed.searching a preprogrammed frequency rangeThe scanner contains these preprogrammed search ranges,stored in the search bank 3Police/FireSR4AircraftSR5HamSR6Limit search (User configurable)1. Repeatedly press SRCH to select a search bank.21

Beyond the Basics2. In the marine, CB and FRS bands, you can directly selecta channel or search through the band. When M appearson the left on the second line, you can directly select achannel (see “Search Bank Charts”). Use the numerickeypad to select a specific two-digit channel number (forexample, press 1 6 to select Channel 16, or 0 5 to selectchannel 5). You can also change the channels by pressinge or d.There are several group banks in the SR3 Police/Fire andSR5 ham bands. You can turn on the groups by pressingthe group numbers. For example, to turn on group 0,press 0.3. Press FUNC, SRCH while M appears in SR0, SR1 or SR2. Mchanges to S. Then search through the band. To return tothe previous mode, press FUNC, SRCH.4. Rotate SQ clockwise and leave it set to a point just afterthe hissing sound stops. After two seconds (if the delayfeature is on), the received frequency appears and thescanner starts searching.5. When the scanner finds an active frequency, it stopssearching, and resumes when the transmission ends. Ifdelay is programmed with the search range the scannerwill pause for a reply before search resumes.search bank chartsSearch bank: SR0 Marine bandNoteFor some Marine frequencies, two frequencies areassigned to one channel, for example, 157.000 and161.600 are assigned to Channel 20.22

Beyond the BasicsReceive mode: 161.825085157.2750161.875023

Beyond the 50Search bank: SR1 CB bandReceive mode: ch bank: SR2 FRS/GMRS/MURSReceive Mode: FM/Digital, CT or DC24

Beyond the 27154.6000Search bank: SR3 Police/Fire bandReceive Mode: FM/Digital, CT or DCGroup0Frequency (MHz)Step (kHz)33.420 – 33.9802037.020 – 37.4202039.020 – 39.9802042.020 – 42.9402044.620 – 45.8604045.88045.90045.940 – 46.0604046.080 – 46.5002025

Beyond the Basics1153.770 – 154.13060154.145 – 154.44515154.650 – 154.95015155.010 – 155.37060155.415 – 155.70015155.730 – 156.21060158.730 – 159.21060166.250170.15023453.0375 – 453.962512.5458.0375 – 458.962512.5460.0125 – 460.637512.5465.0125 – 465.637512.5851.0125 – 860.987525866.0125 – 868.987512.5Search bank: SR4 AircraftReceive mode: AMFrequency (MHz)Step (kHz)108.000 – 136.987512.5Search bank: SR5 Ham bandReceive mode: FM/Digital, CT, DC, AM (depends on group)GroupFrequency (MHz)Step (kHz)028.0000 – 29.70005150.0000 – 54.000052144.0000 – 148.000053222.0000 – 225.000054420.0000 – 450.000012.551240.0000 –1300.00006.2526

Beyond the Basicssearching for active frequenciesYou can search a specific range of frequencies byprogramming SR6 with lower and upper frequency limits.1. Press PGM, SRCH. PSR (Program Search) appears in the topline and the cursor blinks L on the second line for thelower limit frequency.2. Use the number keys and ./DELAY to enter the desiredlower limit frequency (including the decimal point).3. Press ENTER to set the lower limit frequency. The cursormoves to upper frequency field. If the entered frequencyis incorrect, Invalid Freq briefly appears in the scanner’sdisplay.4. Enter your desired upper frequency and press ENTER.5. Rotate SQUELCH clockwise and leave it set to a point justafter the hissing sound stops.6. Press SRCH to start searching. When the scanner finds anactive frequency, it stops searching.using ZeromaticZeromatic sets the scanner to automatically tune to thecorrect center frequency (or the step increment closest to thecorrect center frequency) during a search. Turn Zeromatic onor off by pressing FUNC then 0. When this feature is turned on,Zeromatic ON briefly appears on the display. Then, z appearsas the first digit on the second line. If the scanner stops on asignal before it reaches the correct center frequency, skip tothe correct frequency using e or d. Zeromatic functions onlyin search banks 3, 4, 5, and 6.using seek searchWhile the scanner is searching, press FUNC, 7 to turn on seeksearch. Seek ON appears on the bottom line. The scanner27

Beyond the Basicsstops on each active frequency for five seconds thenautomatically resumes searching. You can copy and save a frequency into a specified bank,channel, or priority channel when the scanner finds anactive frequency. See “Frequency Copy” on Page 29 to savethe frequency. Frequency copy works only in search banks1 - 6. In the Air and Limit search bands, press FUNC then e tostart searching up from the lowest frequency or d to startsearching down from the highest frequency. You can press e or d at any time to change the searchdirection or resume searching while stopped on an activefrequency. Use e or d while paused to increment the frequency onestep at a time.manually tuning to a frequencyYou can manually set the scanner to move through allreceivable frequencies, or select a specific frequency as astarting point.1. Press TUNE. TUNE, the current frequency, and ** PAUSED **appear on the display.2. Use the number keys to enter the frequency where youwant the scanner to start.3. Press ENT to store the frequency. Press e or d to step upor down from the displayed frequency, or press PAUSE tobegin automatic tuning.Note4. Press e or d to change the automatic tuning direction. Thescanner stops when it finds an active frequency.If you press PAUSE while tuning, the scanner stops tuningand **PAUSED** appears on the display. Press PAUSE again,and the scanner resumes tuning.28

Beyond the Basicsfrequency copyYou can copy a frequency into a specified channel, a vacantchannel in a specified bank, or a priority channel. This featurelets you easily store frequencies of interest you encounterwhile searching or tuning. You cannot copy a frequency fromthe Marine search bands.copying a frequency into a specified channelYou can copy a frequency into a channel you specify whenthe scanner stops on that frequency during search modeor when you manually tune it. If a CTCSS or DCS codeis detected on the transmission, the scanner copies thedetected code into the channel memory as well.If you try to copy a frequency that is already stored, thescanner sounds a tone after you press ENT. Dupl.f Chxxx appearsat the bottom line. To copy the duplicate frequency anyway,press ENT. Otherwise, press CLEAR to cancel.1. Press FUNC, PROG when you find a frequency. Chan Store?appears on the bottom line. After about one second, thefrequency to be copied flashes on the indicator.2. Press the desired bank number and channel numberwhere you want to store the frequency. The bank andchannel number, then the frequency appear. You canrepeat this step as needed until you find an acceptabledestination channel. After about one second, thefrequency to be copied flashes.3. Press ENT. All the conditions, such as receive mode anddelay condition, are copied onto the channel. Chan Store!briefly appears. The scanner automatically returns tosearch mode.29

Beyond the Basicscopying a frequency to a vacant channelinto a specified bankYou can copy a frequency into a vacant channel in a bankyou specify when the scanner stops on the frequency duringsearch or tune mode.If you try to copy a frequency that is already stored, thescanner sounds a tone after you press ENT. Dupl.f Chxxx appearsat the bottom line. To copy the duplicate frequency anyway,press ENT. Otherwise, press CLEAR to cancel.1. Press FUNC, ENT when you find a frequency you want tocopy. Bank9 Store? appears.2. To copy the frequency into bank 9, press ENT. The scannerstores the frequency in the first available vacant channelin the bank. Otherwise, enter any bank number thenpress ENT to store the frequency in the selected bank.Chan Store! appears for two seconds. All the conditions,such as receiving mode and delay condition, are copiedon the channel. After about two seconds, the scannerautomatically returns to search mode.copying a frequency to the priority channelYou can copy a frequency into the priority channel (see“Programming the Priority Channel”) when the scannerstops on the frequency during Search, Scan, Manual, Tune,or WX mode. Press FUNC, PRI when the frequency appears.The display flashes twice and the frequency is copied to thepriority channel.30

Beyond the Basicslistening to the weather bandThe FCC (Federal Communications Commission) hasallocated channels for use by the National Oceanic andAtmospheric Administration (NOAA). Regulatory agencies inother countries have also allocated channels for use by theirweather reporting authorities.NOAA and your local weather reporting authority broadcastyour local forecast and regional weather information on oneor more of these channels.1. To hear your local forecast and regional weatherinformation, press WX. Your scanner scans through theweather band, and then stops on the first active weatherfrequency.2. Repeatedly press WX to find the strongest weatherfrequency for your location.3. If necess

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