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Thanks. I knew that but was curious if one of two things happened. If either Rensselaer county had moved on to a different system or if there were scanners made that could deal with the old system. Nice to know the county can be monitored. Thank you to all who answered.
I'm sorry I can't make the 18 hour trip to the next meeting. I'm sure it would interest me to see the latest radios. Nancini's was fun in 81.
Sadly, the 246 cannot monitor P25. You need a digital scanner.
On Saturday, November 2, 2019, 07:28:33 AM PDT, Martin Dea <martyd59@...
I currently monitor P25 phase1 with my BCD396xlt (trunk tracker IV). It works fine except when a talkgroup is encriypted. Richmond and Berkeley, Ca have a couple of encrypted talkgroups. Oakland does not.
On Thursday, October 31, 2019, 02:19:20 PM PDT, Marty Toomajian <mtoomaj@...
I have one of those that I no longer use. It was relatively easy to program if I remember correctly. I live in Rensselaer County not far from Western Massachusetts. The county sheriff's department used a very annoying trunked system that the 246T and
all others of its time could not handle.
It is currently listed by Radio Reference as Project 25 Phase 1, APCO-25 Common Air Interface Exclusive. Can newer radios track this?
My only currently used radio is an old Icom handheld that I tune to the county fire dispatch frequency.
Found it. Uniden TrunkTracker III. BC246T
> On Oct 31, 2019, at 1:57 PM, Joe M. <mch@...> wrote:
> Which model and where are you located?
> Joe M.
>> On 10/31/2019 1:53 PM, Lisa Andre wrote:
>> Have had a scanner for a few years but have not used it much. I have moved and would like to get going on it again. What should I do first?
>> Thanks, Lisa.