Whistler TRX-1 Digital Handheld Radio Scanner User Guide

Download User Manual for The Whistler Group TRX-1 EZ Scan Digital Handheld Radio Scanner [76 pages 581008a-TRX1 06A18 2018 pdf/zip]

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Description

Whistler TRX-1 EZ Scan Digital Handheld Radio Scanner

The Whistler TRX-1 is a multi-system adaptive digital trunking scanner with Motorola P25 Phase I&II, X2-TDMA, and DMR making it capable of monitoring the following unencrypted channels/systems: Conventional DMR, Hytera XPT, MotoTRBO(TM) Capacity Plus, MotoTRBO(TM) Connect Plus, and MotoTRBO(TM) Linked Cap Plus systems and NXDN.

Please read the User Guide carefully before using this product.

TABLE OF CONTENTS:
– Introduction
– What is Object Oriented Scanning?
– Features
– Package Contents
– Scanning Legally
– FCC Statement
– Setup
– Antenna
– Headphones and Speakers
– Batteries
– External Power
– Swivel Belt Clip
– Understanding the Keypad
– Turning On and Set Squelch
– Set Bandplan and Clock
– Program Methods
– Setting Location
– Power Up Password
– Quick Function Access Keys
– Understanding the Display
– psDr Indicators
– Display Icons
– EZ Scan Library
– Maximum Card Size
– Installing EZ Scan Software
– Library Updates
– Preferred Programming from Library
– Backup into the first V-Scanner folder
– Updating the Library (EZ Scan)
– Library Structure
– EZ Scan Library Notes
– Manual Programming Conventional Frequency
– Standard Text Entry Method
– Creating Your First New Objects
– Essential Conventional Channel Parameters
– Essential Trunking Talkgroup Parameters
– Setting up a Trunking System (TSYS) Object
– Adding a New Trunking System (TSYS)
– Adding the first Talkgroup
– Talkgroup Object (TGRP)
– Importing DMR or NXDN
– Manually Creating/Adding DMR/NXDN
– Editing Objects Manually
– Alert LED Setting
– Recording/Playback
– IF Output
– Internal Clock/Calendar
– Monitoring and Scanning
– Frequency or Talkgroups
– Active Scanlists
– Enable / Disable Scanlists
– Lock Out Objects
– Skip Transmission
– Rename Scanlists
– Set Priority Objects
– Scanlists and Scan Sets
– Searching
– Using Spectrum Sweeper
– Perform a Service Search
– Perform a Limit Search
– To Save Found Frequencies
– Search Settings
– Spectrum Sweeper Settings
– Service Search Settings
– Limit Search Settings
– Saving Found CTCSS or DCS Codes
– Weather Monitoring
– Program FIPS Codes
– Entering SAME Location and Event Codes
– SAME Standby Modes
– Weather Priority
– SKYWARN(R)
– Using V-Scanner Storage
– Configuring Settings
– Using EZ Scan Software to Update Scanner
– DSP Firmware Updates
– Updating the Library (PC)
– Maintenance
– Birdie Frequencies
– Troubleshooting/Error Messages
– Library Copyright Notice
– Specifications
– Frequency Coverage
– Consumer Warrant
– Service Under Warranty
– Service Out-of-Warranty