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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the beep are known as "over beeps", they are generated at the end of a transmission by the transmitting raido to signal that the user has taken his or her finger off the transmit button and has ended transmission, like how they used to say "over". as for the hissing, have you tried adjusting the squelch?
Posted on Dec 10, 2008
press the "prog" key followed by the "Trunk" key then the number "1" key.
Press the "down arrow" key until you see the initials Ed on the screen
Press the "E" key.
Enter the frequencies (including the decimals)
you must press the E key and the Prog key after each frequency, after you finish entering your frequencies, press the scan key.
If you need to clear your scanner, turn it off, press and hold down the number 2 and number 9 keys, while holding them down turn the scanner back on, "clear" should start flashing on the screen, once "clear" stops flashing you can enter the frequencies.
Posted on May 07, 2009
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