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California: Monterey - Radio Scanner Frequencies
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California Public Safety Frequencies - Bay-Net
866.2000 - Channels 20 & 21 - Northern California. ... to air tactical frequencies. In southern California FIRESCOPE area ... California Public Safety Frequency ...
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3. Find the county you live in. The S.A.M.E. code should be listed in the "SAME#" column. If you have two codes for your county, it probably means one of the codes transmits for different regions of your county. No problem, all you have to do is check your frequency station. Whatever frequency receives the best reception for your county (for example 162.450), put in the S.A.M.E code for the county that has that frequency.
3. Find the county you live in. The S.A.M.E. code should be listed in the "SAME#" column. If you have two codes for your county, it probably means you have more than one frequency channel for your county. No problem, all you have to do is check the frequency channels for your county. Whatever frequency receives the best reception for your region (for example 162.450), try that on the radio along with punching in its S.A.M.E code.
Press manual,enter channel number,then press manual,enter the frequency you want including the decimal point,then press E,if you make a mistake press CLR twice to erase. You can get the frequency,s you want at RadioFreq.com ...hope this helps...
if it has a wx or weather button press that to see if the scanner is working ok, if you get the weather radio ok then you can get your local freqencies at www.radioreference.com click database, then your state, then your county and a list will come up of your local frequencies.
L live in Haywood county NC and I am running the following Radioshack scanners: Pro82, Pro95 and a Pro97. When will the rebanding take these scanners down. Also will the Pro97 beable to be rebanded as it really is a good scanner.