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Old 01-24-2007, 12:51 PM
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Default CDF/Riverside County Tone Out's

I am currently working on a listing of these but it's a time consuming process
These work on my BC-15 with the delay for each tone group set to "infinite".


Station Station Information Tone A Tone B
2 Station #2 (Sunnymead) 1285.7 1185.2
6 Station #6 (Edgemont) 1285.7 1321.2
7 Station #7 (Sun City) 1285.7 1357.5
20 Station #20 (Beaumont) 1122.4 1357.5
58 Station #58 (Moreno) 1092.4 1385.0
65 Station #65 (Kennedy Park) 1433.3 1285.7
76 Station #76 (Menifee Lakes) 1285.7 1153.4
84 Station #84 (Parkview) 688.25 584.8
85 Station #85 (McVicker Park) 726.79 584.8
89 Station #89 (Banning) 688.25 903.21
90 Station #90 (Banning 2) 903.21 726.79
91 Station 91 (College Park) 1092.5 617.4
92 Station #92 (Vail Ranch) 647.39 651.82

I will post more as I get a good group in a better format.
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Great Job ,it a good start
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Great info and especially for covering Station 76 and Station 7
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Here is a few more to chew on. These are all In the following format BTW.

Tone A 1 second-tone B 3 seconds. No gap.

Station Station Information Tone A Tone B

22 Station #22 ( Cherry Valley) 1357.5 1185.2
25 Station #25 (San Jacinto) 1357.5 1285.7
29 Station #29 (Anza) 1357.5 1433.3
48 Station #48 (Sunnymead Ranch) 1433.3 1285.7
59 Station #59 (Mead Valley) 1395.0 1433.3
66 Station #66 (Beaumont City) 1433.3 1321.2
73 Station #73 (Rancho California) 1092.4 1433.3
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Keep up the good work.
by the way what kind of software are you using to find the tones?
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Old 01-24-2007, 6:38 PM
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I use the ARC15PRO software by BuTel to record the tones directly from my
BC-15 to the mike input on the laptop.

Then I use the evaluation version of CoolEdit Pro to play and ID the tones. If you
get the settings right, it work pretty well.
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Old 01-24-2007, 7:59 PM
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Default CDF/Riverside County Tone Out's

The attached is the latest I have so far. The items in red have been posted in the
prior thread. If you need this in another format, please PM me.

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Old 01-24-2007, 8:19 PM
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CoolEdit. I will give it a shot. Thanks!
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My pleasure. Let me know how it works for you. I had to tweek the frequency
analyzer settings to get accurate readings.
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Station 48 should be:
Tone A 1251.3
Tone B 1385.0

Sorry about that. I entered station 65's tones by mistake.
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Old 01-26-2007, 4:08 PM
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I am still doing some recording on these and will have an update shortly.Has anyone tried these and found them to work ok?They work fine on the BC-15, but i would like to
get some feedback from anyone who has tried them before I go much further.

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,Station 38, 1 ,6 is working fine, im using a bc396t, I put all of the more busy station in , so i can confirm them, i will let you know
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Station 7 works for me. I plugged it in and within 15 mins heard a call for them. Pretty neat feature on the scanner never used it before until you posted these :-)

One question I have is because the delay is set to infinite does this mean after a tone the scanner will start hearing everything else since the delay is on infinite? I had this happen after the scanner awoke for a tone out.

By the way I tried the Cool Edit program but am lost on how to find the info from a recording. Do you have some steps or instructions I could try using Cool Edit? I would like to try finding some tones for Hemet Fire and other depts.
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Great, thanks. I'll keep going on it.
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I am still doing some recording on these and will have an update shortly.Has anyone tried these and found them to work ok?They work fine on the BC-15, but i would like to
get some feedback from anyone who has tried them before I go much further.
Will you please stick to ONE thread regarding CDF toneout information? Thanks.

ETA: I've merged all your threads together.
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With the delay set to infinite, you have to push hold/resume to put it back into tone standby mode again or it will pick up every call. The reason I do this is due to the fact that when the tones are sent,the system un-keys and there can be up to a 5 to 15 second gap until the dispatch is broadcast.

When this happens,youwont hear the actual dispatch as the scanner has gone into standby again. I've tried setting the delay to 5 seconds but still missed a few. The BCT-15 only has 1 thru 5 seconds and infinite as options so may have more options on another scanner.

I'll put something together on CoolEdit and post it here,
and yes, I'll keep it in one thread, sorry.
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Yup that was the problem I had. Hopefully Uniden can add a 10 or 15 second option in the next firmware since Perris takes a while to put out the dispatch.
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Old 01-28-2007, 2:41 PM
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Default Cool Edit tone ID process

attached is a brief word document showing how I use cool edit to identify tone out frequencies. I apologize for the small pictures and lack of more detailed information, but I couldn't get the file size down to what I needed to be able to upload it to this board.

Let me know if you have any questions.

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Old 01-28-2007, 3:48 PM
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Default CDF tone out update

The attached file is everything I have so far. Tones that have previously been posted are highlighted in red text. Please note that there are a couple of changes also.
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