The only difference between the PRO-93 and the PRO-95, is the number of channels each has; the PRO-93 having 300 channels and the PRO-95 having 1000. The method of programming for each is the same.
This tutorial is for searching frequency ranges. You can select a low-end and high-end frequency and search in between the two.
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|Step 1: Select the Search Range|
|Press SEARCH until SR5 is displayed.|
|Step 2: Enter Programming Mode|
|Press PGM then SEARCH. PSR (Program Search) appears in the top line and the cursor blinks L on the second line. This indicates that it is ready to enter the low-end frequency.|
|Step 3: Enter the Low-end Frequency|
|Enter the desired low-end frequency with the number keys and use ./DELAY to enter the decimal point. In this example, we use 25.00000.|
|Step 4: Set the Frequency|
|Press ENTER to set the frequency. The cursor moves
Note: If the entered frequency is incorrect, Invalid Freq will briefly display. Start again from Step 3 of this tutorial.
|Step 5: Enter the High-end Frequency|
|Enter the desired high-end frequency with the number keys and use ./DELAY to enter the decimal point. Press ENTER. In this example we use 29.00000|
|Step 6: Scan the Frequencies|
|Turn the SQUELCH knob clockwise and leave it set to a point just after the hissing sound stops.|
|Step 7: Search the Frequencies|
|Press SEARCH to start searching. When the scanner finds an active frequency, it stops searching. Our example shows 25.01500 as the active frequency.|
|Step 8: Exit Frequency Search|
|Press MANUAL to exit out of frequency search.|
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