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PSR-310


GRE COM PSR-310 scanning receiver

The PSR-310 is manufactured by GRE in China. The PSR-310 is very similar to the Mobile/Base PSR-410 and uses the same software and scanner cables.

Contents

General Specifications

  • Can be updated to support Rebanding? YES
    • See Sections 7.1 and 7.2 of the Rebanding article for the firmware and software links


Frequency Coverage
Frequency (MHz) Step Size Value
25.0000 - 26.9600 (AM) 10 kHz
26.9650 - 27.4050 (AM) 10 kHZ
27.4100 - 29.5050 (AM) 5 kHz
29.5100 - 29.7000 5 kHz
29.7100 - 49.8300 10 kHz
49.8350 - 54.0000 5 kHz
108.0000 - 136.9916 (AM) 8.33 kHz
137.0000 - 137.9950 5 kHz
138.0000 - 143.9875 (AM) 12.5 kHz
144.0000 - 147.9950 5 kHz
148.0000 - 150.7875 12.5 kHz
150.8000 - 150.8450 5 kHz
150.8525 - 154.4975 7.5 kHz
154.5150 - 154.6400 5 kHz
154.6500 - 156.2550 7.5 kHz
156.2750 - 157.4500 25 kHz
157.4700 - 161.5725 7.5 kHz
161.6000 - 161.9750 5 kHz
162.0000 - 174.0000 12.5 kHz
216.0025 - 219.9975 5 kHz
220.0000 - 224.9950 5 kHz
225.00000 - 379.99375 (AM) 6.25 kHz
380.0000 - 419.9875 12.5 kHz
420.0000 - 450.0000 5 kHz
450.00625 - 512.0000 6.25 kHz
764.000000 - 781.996875 3.125 kHz
791.000000 - 796.996875 3.125 kHz
806.0000 - 823.9875 12.5 kHz
849.0000 - 868.9875 12.5 kHz
894.0000 - 939.9875 12.5 kHz
940.0000 - 960.0000 6.25 kHz
1240.0000 - 1300.0000 6.25 kHz
  • Object oriented memory management. See the Object Oriented Scanning Described article for more information.
  • 1,800 programmed objects capacity
  • Built in discriminator data output in simple ASCII output using the PC/IF port
  • Object programmable LED; eight factory default colors to any color / brilliance you want by having direct access to the R-G-B drive values (including flash) to assign to talkgroups, frequencies, agencies, etc.
    • LATCH option; the color of the last received object stays on until reset.
  • Motorola Smartzone systems
    • Scanner option to look for the site with the best received CC decode rate.

(Not the same as RSSI on the Motorola rigs, but similar in operation.)

  • Favorites Scan List; create a scan list tailored to your favorite object settings.

One button operation to get to this set.

  • Spectrum Sweeper Near field frequency capture
  • Triple conversion
  • Scanning Rate 55 channels per second
  • Search Rate 90 steps per second
  • User defined service search and limit search
  • Direct Tune mode
  • Default Option keys; return to default setting for any menu
  • CTCSS/DCS abilities
  • 16-character alpha-tagging with text entry can show ID code or service name
  • L/O talkgroup ID or frequency
  • ID delay
  • UNSQUELCH Delay; Delay settings before the radio unmutes audio to speaker
  • Motorola Control Channel Only trunking
  • Private Calls and RadioID alpha display
  • Easy-to-read back lit control and display with back lit keypad
  • 6 search ranges/ 1 user definable search range
  • Search "seek" feature
  • Tunes virtually all important bands—local marine, fire/police, Ham, CB, VHF-air, UHF-Air, racing, weather and more
  • Weather band with enhanced SAME Weather Alert functions and weather priority—access weather channels and alerts with the push of a button
  • Skywarn can be programmed with any number of "objects"
  • "Multiple" Priority channels
  • Zeromatic search tuning
  • 20 dB attenuator
  • Computer interface and Programming (with computer control)
  • 3 function keys; softkeys, that when pressed, execute the function that is shown just above the key in the display
  • 5 way navigation keys to access special modes and programming options
  • 4 line x 16 character display with relative signal strength meter
  • Display of the Radio ID of the transmitting user
  • BNC connector
  • A cloning cable may be fabricated using 2 - 1/8 inch stereo jacks and shielded cable.
  • Please see the Connecting scanners via USB article for USB cables to connect your PC to the scanner


RR System Compatibility

This scanner is compatible with the following Trunking System Types and System Voices used in the RadioReference Database, of course you must verify that the scanner will cover the appropriate frequency range:

  • System Types:
    • Motorola Type I
    • Motorola Type II
    • Motorola Type IIi Hybrid
    • Motorola Type II Smartnet
    • Motorola Type II Smartzone
    • Motorola Type II Smartzone Omnilink
    • EDACS Standard (Wide)
    • EDACS Standard Networked
    • EDACS Narrowband (Narrow)
    • EDACS Narrowband Networked
    • EDACS SCAT
    • EDACS ESK (not ProVoice)
    • LTR Standard
  • System Voices:
    • Analog

Included Accessories

  • Antenna
  • Owners manual
  • Black non-rechargeable battery holder
  • Yellow rechargeable battery holder
  • AC adapter
  • Belt clip

Recommended accessories (Not included with the radio)

  • See the Connecting_scanners_via_USB article for cables to connect the scanner and PC
  • Radio Shack 800MHz handheld antenna
  • Note: These model numbers are no longer found on the RS website. They are used here for reference only
    • RS #273-369 9-Volt Vehicle DC-to-DC Adapter
    • RS #273-336 Adaptaplug C - Needed for the above adapter
    • Replacement Belt clip - Radio Shack RSU part number 12418273. Cost is $3.49 each plus shipping. See your local Radio Shack store to order.

Discriminator Tap

FCC Type Acceptance

Related Pages

Yahoo Groups and Mailing Lists (receiver support)

PSR-310 Scanners for Sale


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