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your scanner’s controls
power sources
using batteries
charging rechargeable batteries
using AC power
using vehicle battery power
connecting an earphone/headphones
listening safely
traffic safety
connecting an extension speaker
connecting the supplied antenna
connecting an optional external antenna
using the belt clip
quick start
understanding your scanner’s modes
AM mode
FM mode
CTCSS (CT) mode
DCS (DC) mode
Motorola mode
EDACS mode
LTR mode
open and closed modes
setting up your scanner
turning on the scanner and setting squelch
storing known frequencies into channels
CTCSS and DCS
storing trunking frequencies into channels
storing text tags
assigning a text tag to a channel
assigning a text tag to a group ID
assigning a text tag to a bank
text input chart
search bank: SR2 FRS/GMRS/MURS band
search bank: SR3 police/fire band
search bank: SR4 aircraft
search bank: SR5 amateur band
search bank: SR6 programmable limit search
searching active frequencies in a range
manually tuning a frequency
listening to the weather band
listening to a weather channel
SAME standby mode
WX Alert and beep tone confirmation
Skywarn
using frequency copy
copying a frequency into a specified channel
copying a frequency into the priority channel
Signal Stalker II
using Signal Stalker II
using Signal Stalker II with lockout
turning channel-storage banks off and on
monitoring a single channel/power save circuit
using CTCSS and DCS
deleting frequencies from channels
deleting all frequencies in a channel bank
locking out channels or frequencies
locking out channels
reviewing locked-out channels
locking out frequencies
reviewing locked-out frequencies
clearing a locked-out frequency
clearing all locked-out frequencies in a search bank
priority
changing the receive mode
using the attenuator
turning the key tone on and off
using the display/key backlight
using the keylock
changing the display contrast
cloning the programmed data
trunking
how trunking works
setting squelch for trunking mode
programming trunking frequencies
programming Motorola trunking systems (UHF-Lo)
programming Motorola trunking systems (800 MHz)
programming fleet maps
talk group IDs
storing talk group IDs
talk group ID hold
turning an ID sub-bank on or off
locking out talk group IDs
delay function in ID indication mode
reviewing locked-out talk group IDs
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Pro-97 Manual (20-527)

Pro-97 Manual (20-527)

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