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Revision as of 13:35, 29 October 2015

Welcome to the "Category:Conventional Scanners" category. This category:

  • Lists all the articles about scanners that do not have the ability to trunk-track, even though some can be used as a signal--source for utilities such as Trunker or UniTrunker, as submitted by the members.


In general, data in any Wiki article:

  • might not be accurate. Members are encouraged to validate and edit the articles.
  • should be used to supplement the data in our Frequency Database.




While not scanners in the conventional sense, radios from these manufacturers are also conventional in their scanning;




To CATEGORIZE an article into this category, please add the following as the last line in the article:
[[Category:Conventional Scanners]]


Please do NOT edit this page unless you intend to change the Description of this Category. Thank you.