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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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.

– 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
– 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

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