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I have two frequencies that I want to listen to simultaneously, is this possible. Also I want to be able to turn on the scanner and it be right on that setting/channels.

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Not being completely familar with the radio system you use... i would presume that your dispatch uses a subaudio tone to "turn off" the squelch on the radio you use as an emt.... if you know that tone make sure it is turned on for the scanner on the frequency that you are using. i presume the id numbers are specific to areas of the city.

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SOURCE: the frequencies on my scanner are not coming in

while the weather channel is coming in hi LO (lockout) so that if its programmed into a regular scanning memory it will skip. If that dont work look for a lock button or keyboard lock and press that then scan.

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2. Be sure that signals are not blocked in your area. Topography plays a large part in VHF and UHF radio reception. A hill, a tall building, even a thick grove of trees can prevent a signal from reaching your antenna.
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Not being completely familar with the radio system you use... i would presume that your dispatch uses a subaudio tone to "turn off" the squelch on the radio you use as an emt.... if you know that tone make sure it is turned on for the scanner on the frequency that you are using. i presume the id numbers are specific to areas of the city.

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