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Thought I would post this quick run thru for programming a Pro-96 for Fleetnet use.  
 
Thought I would post this quick run thru for programming a Pro-96 for Fleetnet use.  
  
- Select a channel in the bank you wish to use for Fleetnet (typically the 1st channel of the bank)
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For Zone 1: See [http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?sid=861 System in DB Here]
- Press FUNC TRUNK
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- Press the MODE button to select Motorola
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For Zone 2: See [http://www.radioreference.com/apps.db/?sid=2560 System in DB Here]
- Press FUNC 2
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Enter 141.015 as the base, followed by ENTER
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For Zone 3: See [http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?sid=3511 System in DB Here]
Enter 380 as the Offset, followed by ENTER
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Use the UP or DOWN buttons to adjust the Step size to 15.0 KHz
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For Zone 4: See [http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?sid=5490 System in DB Here]
Press Enter to store the settings
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- Press FUNC 3, then use the UP or DOWN buttons to set the 3600 CC Mode to TABLE, followed by ENTER
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*Select a channel in the bank you wish to use for Fleetnet (typically the 1st channel of the bank)
- Press MAN to exit the trunk settings
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* Press FUNC TRUNK
- Now press PGM and enter a nearby control channel frequency:
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* Press the MODE button to select Motorola
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* Press FUNC 2
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*Enter 141.015 as the base, followed by ENTER
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*Enter 380 as the Offset, followed by ENTER
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*Use the UP or DOWN buttons to adjust the Step size to 15.0 KHz
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*Press Enter to store the settings
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*Press FUNC 3, then use the UP or DOWN buttons to set the 3600 CC Mode to TABLE, followed by ENTER
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*Press MAN to exit the trunk settings
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*Now press PGM and enter a nearby control channel frequency:
 
ie – London – 142.665, then ENTER
 
ie – London – 142.665, then ENTER
- Press MODE to set the channel to MO
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*Press MODE to set the channel to MO
  
 
Hit scan! You can now start storing and tagging active talkgroups (refer to the manual for instructions on this)
 
Hit scan! You can now start storing and tagging active talkgroups (refer to the manual for instructions on this)
  
One other note... If you are trying to monitor the Toronto tower, that requires setting up multiple different Trunking Table settings, which can only be done thru Don Starr's excellent Win96 software.
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One other note... If you are trying to monitor the Toronto tower, that requires setting up multiple different Trunking Table settings, which can be done thru Don Starr's excellent Win96 software or [http://www.butelsoftware.com ARC96].
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The forum thread that discusses this topic can be found [http://forums.radioreference.com/eastern-canada-radio-discussion-forum/31989-programming-your-pro-96-pro-106-psr-500-fleetnet.html here]. Additional information can be found on the [http://groups.yahoo.com/group/scanont/ Scanont] Yahoo group.
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[[Category:Ontario Regional Programming]]

Latest revision as of 00:12, 2 August 2015

Thought I would post this quick run thru for programming a Pro-96 for Fleetnet use.

For Zone 1: See System in DB Here

For Zone 2: See System in DB Here

For Zone 3: See System in DB Here

For Zone 4: See System in DB Here

  • Select a channel in the bank you wish to use for Fleetnet (typically the 1st channel of the bank)
  • Press FUNC TRUNK
  • Press the MODE button to select Motorola
  • Press FUNC 2
  • Enter 141.015 as the base, followed by ENTER
  • Enter 380 as the Offset, followed by ENTER
  • Use the UP or DOWN buttons to adjust the Step size to 15.0 KHz
  • Press Enter to store the settings
  • Press FUNC 3, then use the UP or DOWN buttons to set the 3600 CC Mode to TABLE, followed by ENTER
  • Press MAN to exit the trunk settings
  • Now press PGM and enter a nearby control channel frequency:

ie – London – 142.665, then ENTER

  • Press MODE to set the channel to MO

Hit scan! You can now start storing and tagging active talkgroups (refer to the manual for instructions on this)

One other note... If you are trying to monitor the Toronto tower, that requires setting up multiple different Trunking Table settings, which can be done thru Don Starr's excellent Win96 software or ARC96.

The forum thread that discusses this topic can be found here. Additional information can be found on the Scanont Yahoo group.