Question about Radio Communications
First thing to try is to change the "squelch" setting. If you squelch is set wrong, you will hear static all the time and the scanner may not scan. Turn the squelch until you no longer hear the static and the scanner scans.
Posted on Dec 28, 2014
Hi Rhonda,,,my name is trevor,,,it depends on what you want to listen to,,police? air traffic? or other things,,your scanner is capable of all them,,just has to be programmed,,,different cities,states ,,all have different frequencies,,but they are close to the same frequency area,,,,police are usually around about 150 MHz,,air traffic around 130 MHz,,,and as far as the static you are hearing ,,,the signal you are receiving with the staic,,may be to weak,,antenna too small,,bases scanner antenna,s are available
hope this helps abit
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