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How to change a xts3000 from analog to digital

Radio has frequencies in it but i need it to work on digital

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Frequency guide


While looking up local listing will take a little leg work, These links below will give you some great starting points.
Just remember, agencies will change frequencies, Hardware, and radio types from analog, to digital, to trunked.
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http://www.radioreference.com
http://www.interceptradio.com
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