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 is a tutorial for programming Motorola Type II trunking frequencies into your PRO-93 or PRO-95 scanner. For our example, we are storing the frequency 867.7125 for the Motorola system.
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|Step 1: Select the Bank|
|Press PGM and press (or hold down) the up and down arrow keys to select the bank. In our example we have selected Channel 01.|
|Step 2: Enter the Trunked Programming Mode|
|Press TRUNK to enter the Trunked Programming Mode.|
|Step 3: Select the Mode|
|Press MODE until MOT for the Motorola system appears. This sets the talk group ID decoding method to be used for the bank.|
|Step 4: Enter the Program Mode|
|Press PGM to enter the program mode.|
|Step 5: Enter and Stor the Desired Frequency|
|Use the number keys to enter the desired trunking frequency (including the decimal point). Press ENTER to store the frequency. In our example we entered 867.7125 as the frequency.|
|Step 6: Enter Additional Frequencies|
|Press PGM or the up arrow key to access the next open channel. Enter the desired frequencies.|
|Step 7: Start Trunked Scanning|
|Press SCAN to start scanning.|
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