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Detailed programming instructions are in the factory manual which you can download and print, at no cost, here: http://scancat.com/OnLineHelp/OEM_Radio_Owners_Manuals/RadioShack-OlderManuals/Pro-95/pro95.pdf
You may also want to visit www.RadioReference.com for a comprehensive database of frequencies and trunking systems in use in your area, and a lot of other useful scanning information - including programming software that will let you load trunking systems without spending hours punching keys.
The best programming instructions for your scanner are found in the owners manual which you can download and print, at no cost, here: http://scancat.com/OnLineHelp/OEM_Radio_Owners_Manuals/RadioShack-OlderManuals/Pro-96/pro96.pdf
For a comprehensive database of active frequencies and trunking systems in your new area, and a lot of other useful scanning information, visit: www.RadioReference.com
There is no such thing as "dual trunking" or "triple trunking." Such terms are used by manufacturers to indicate the number of trunking systems that a scanner is capable of monitoring. The PRO-95 is designated as a Dual Trunk-Tracking scanner because it is capable of monitoring both Motorola and EDACS systems. Programming a trunking system in to a scanner is a detailed process that requires a bit of research.
For details on active trunking systems in your area, and a lot of other useful scanning information, visit:
Once you have the system information you can follow the programming steps outlined in your scanner's operating instructions. If you don't already have the manual, you can download and print it here:
The 163 is a trunking scanner, so programming instructions are long and detailed, and they vary for each type of trunking system. Programming instructions are best explained in the factory operating manual. If you don't already have it, you can download/print the manual here:
Sorry, but it can't be done, for at least two reasons. Cellular bands are out of the tuning range of your scanner, and it cannot be modified to receive the cellular frequencies. Virtually all cellular signals are now digital, and the PRO-95 is an analog-only scanner.
A programming ERROR message frequently means that either you have neglected to enter a decimal point in the frequency OR that you have attempted to enter a frequency that is out of range for the scanner. It could, of course, mean several other things, especially with a trunking scanner. Here is a link to the owners manual for this scanner: http://support.radioshack.com/support_electronics/doc61/61172.pdf