HELP! Uniden UBC92XLT

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HELP! Uniden UBC92XLT

Postby Olshak » Wed Nov 08, 2017 4:09 pm

Hi
I'm trying to save 81.575 into my scanner but every time it's changes to 81.580?!
I have seen same scanner with 81.575 stored in so I guess it it possible.
What is that I'm missing?
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Re: HELP! Uniden UBC92XLT

Postby Frequency Hopper » Wed Nov 08, 2017 5:35 pm

It looks like you have it set on 10kHz steps.

Go onto the menu and change the steps to 5 or 5kHz

The Uniden UBC92XLT has 5 / 8.33 / 10 / and 12.5kHz steps available.

When putting main UHF/VHF frequencies be sure to set it to 12.5, otherwise when you enter frequencies like 165.9875 you will see it change to either 165.9850 or 165.9900 when set to 5kHz steps. After a while you will soon get used to it.
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Re: HELP! Uniden UBC92XLT

Postby Olshak » Wed Nov 08, 2017 6:06 pm

Step is set to 12.5 and I can't find any other options I could change,
I'm able to store frequencies like 173.065 with no problem, it's just 81.575 doesn't seems to work

I can only change between 12.5 and 8.33
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Re: HELP! Uniden UBC92XLT

Postby Frequency Hopper » Wed Nov 08, 2017 6:15 pm

173.065 should actually be 173.0625. It is a 12.5kHz bandwidth so 173.0650 should pick up 173.0625 OK as would 173.0600, 173.0625 is the actual on point frequency however.
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