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roland985
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Post by roland985 »

I bit the bullet, and ordered one of these digital scanners. Is there a way to make a CSV of all the frequencies I want it to scan, and place it on the device? I can spin up a Windows VM to get it done if necessary.
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Usually you'd just use Freescan, however I see it's not compatible with that model. This site does mention an alternate version though https://wiki.radioreference.com/index.p ... User_Guide

You can import a CSV into that I believe.
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Post by roland985 »

Thanks Yorky.

I don't mind programming it through the front panel, as I've only got ~10 or so key frequencies to put in it, and then I'll add more as I scan.
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