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EDACS beeps I cannot get rid of the edacs beeps on my pro 97 scanner. I have the main dispatch freq. (158.7900) in bank 0, channel 0. then the 800 mhz freqs starting with the lowest in channels 001, 101, 201, 301 etc. HELP!!! Thanks, Rick.

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    I have a Pro 92 set up the same way on 800mhz trunked, and I have no beeping. I set up the new Pro 97 and I can't get rid of the beeping. I've cleared all the delays I can find.

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Got to be the relays and you can't get rid of them

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Specs are not needed. I suspect you need the local frequencies and how to program them. The scanner CAN be set to scan for the local frequencies. Have a pad and paper ready and write down the ones you want to keep.
You must obtain the local frequencies, try Google. They are public knowledge, but hard to find. Local Hams or a Radio Shack will likely have the frequencies. Be nice, be polite, no one has to give you this information.

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Having problem programming Pro-94, is there a simpler book or read than the manual. It says you must load in logical channel order. how do I determine this??? Also am I correct in that you can only load...


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They probably went into a digital trunking system. Your Pro-95 will only handle Edacs, Type I and II standard trunking.

Or they changed the trunking voice frequencies and the data (control channel) frequency.

Which system are you trying to listen to? Which city area ??

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Sorry, but the Uniden Bearcat BCT8 is an analog-only scanner, and there is no magic that will enable it to receive and process digital signals. EDACS, however, is NOT a digital system. It's discussed at length in the BCT8 operating manual, which also contains step-by-step programming instructions for EDACS systems. You can also find a lot of useful information on EDACS, and specifics on systems in use in your area, at: www.RadioReference.com

If you don't have the manual for your scanner, you can download and print it, at no cost, here:
http://www.uniden.com/pdf/BCT8om.pdf

Bill B.
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You didn't mention your location or the type(s) of digital system signals you lost, but if you've been listening to an EDACS system it's possible that the manager has switched on the PROVOICE security option. That would prevent your scanners from recognizing the effected users and would also account for both scanners being effected. If your area is using EDACS I suggest that you visit www.RadioReference.com to check on system particulars.

The PRO-95 is also known for losing its logic and requiring a RESET or INITIALIZE, although it would odd for two units to go squirrelly at the same time.

If all else fails, you can RESET or INITIALIZE the scanners to bring them back to normal operation.

To RESET:
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- Power the scanner back ON
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- Gently press and then release the RESET button inside the hole.

NOTE: RESET will NOT erase the data that you've programmed into the scanner.

If RESET doesn't clear the problem, you can carry out the more drastic INITIALIZE process.

- Power the scanner OFF
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- Press 0 then 1 while "Welcome to Dual Trunking" is displayed.
- "Initializing Please Wait" will appear for about 2 seconds.

DO NOT power the scanner OFF until the INITIALIZE process is complete (M000 and Bank 0 Ch 00 appear on the display). The INITIALIZE procedure will reset the scanner to original factory settings and erase all data that you have programmed.

BillB

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here is a quote from the manual; hope it helps you.


1. Press MAN, enter the bank (0-9) and channel number (00-
99) where you want to store a frequency, then press MAN
again. M and the bank and channel number appear at the
upper left corner of the display (for example: M000).
Press FUNC. Then press e or d. The bank number moves in
the direction of the arrow pressed.
Press FUNC. Then hold down e or d. The bank number
moves continuously in the assigned direction.
Press e. The channel number moves upward one by one.
Or, press d. The channel number moves downward one
by one.
2. Press PGM. M changes to P.
3. Use the number keys and ./DELAY to enter the frequency
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If you make a mistake, press CL to delete a single digit or press
and hold CL about 2 seconds to delete all digits.
4. Press ENT to store the frequency into the channel.
If you made a mistake in Step 3, Invalid Freq. briefl y
appears and the scanner beeps when you press ENT. Start
again from Step 3.
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to the nearest valid frequency. For example, if you enter a
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