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Old 02-12-2014, 9:05 PM
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I'm using a 396Xt whats my best choice for software to help with Tower info around Fort Lupton ?
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I'm using a 396Xt whats my best choice for software to help with Tower info around Fort Lupton ?
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Pro96Com - Control channel decoder for P25 Trunked Radio Systems
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For the ones that want it here is the text file for Weld Cty FG tgs ... This is from Pro96Com taken from me switching through my FD radio .... Notice TG's 420-427 ...
420,50,"NMAT 1",1392257451,"02/12/2014 @ 19:10",1392257362,"02/12/2014 @ 19:09","#000000","#000000"
421,50,"NMAT 2",1392257467,"02/12/2014 @ 19:11",1392257462,"02/12/2014 @ 19:11","#000000","#000000"
422,50,"NMAT 3",1392257481,"02/12/2014 @ 19:11",1392257474,"02/12/2014 @ 19:11","#000000","#000000"
423,50,"NMAT 4",1392257502,"02/12/2014 @ 19:11",1392257486,"02/12/2014 @ 19:11","#000000","#000000"
424,50,"SMAT 1",1392257651,"02/12/2014 @ 19:14",1392257642,"02/12/2014 @ 19:14","#000000","#000000"
425,50,"SMAT 2",1392257665,"02/12/2014 @ 19:14",1392257631,"02/12/2014 @ 19:13","#000000","#000000"
426,50,"SMAT 3",1392257675,"02/12/2014 @ 19:14",1392257670,"02/12/2014 @ 19:14","#000000","#000000"
427,50,"SMAT 4",1392257708,"02/12/2014 @ 19:15",1392257698,"02/12/2014 @ 19:14","#000000","#000000"
Wow, thank you! I heard a patch this evening between NMAT and talkgroup 6 for training. What does NMAT and SMAT stand for? North Metro... and South Metro...?

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1947,50,"WC MAYDAY",1392257250,"02/12/2014 @ 19:07",1392257222,"02/12/2014 @ 19:07","#000000","#000000"
1951,50,"FD M/A",1392257265,"02/12/2014 @ 19:07",1392257256,"02/12/2014 @ 19:07","#000000","#000000"
I also noticed a slight difference in the above two talkgroups.
1947 currently listed as Weld County ACU-1000 Interoperability vs. WC MAYDAY
1951 currently listed as Weld County Emergency Operations vs. FD M/A

I assume WC MAYDAY stands for Weld County Mayday and FD M/A stands for Fire Dept. Mutual Aid?

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Procom96 is great just got to figure it out a bit Thanks Sk.
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Here's Site 530 (T051E)
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and site 555 (T0537) hope these help /396xt w/ pro96com
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For the ones that want it here is the text file for Weld Cty FG tgs ... This is from Pro96Com taken from me switching through my FD radio .... Notice TG's 420-427
Pretty awesome that you can flip through your portable and be able to note your own activity as well as verify the talkgroups on the system.

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Wow, thank you! I heard a patch this evening between NMAT and talkgroup 6 for training. What does NMAT and SMAT stand for? North Metro... and South Metro...?
I'd probably take a guess at it being North Mutual Aid Talkgroup and South Mutual Aid Talkgroup, but that's a wild guess out of the blue!
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Wow, thank you! I heard a patch this evening between NMAT and talkgroup 6 for training. What does NMAT and SMAT stand for? North Metro... and South Metro...?
I am going to ask around today and see if I cant get a correct name for them



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I also noticed a slight difference in the above two talkgroups.
1947 currently listed as Weld County ACU-1000 Interoperability vs. WC MAYDAY
1951 currently listed as Weld County Emergency Operations vs. FD M/A

I assume WC MAYDAY stands for Weld County Mayday and FD M/A stands for Fire Dept. Mutual Aid?
Yes the Mayday is Weld's Mayday TG and the M/A TG is for FD Mutal Aid so we can tie up another TG if we need to I guess
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I was thinking I could get away with only programming in the FRCC system however, it is more apparent now that I will have to program in the DTRS system as well to catch traffic found only on DTRS such as CSP, NCMC and others. The attached list is a few of the more important talkgroups I might find myself monitoring in Weld on the DTRS system (not found on the FRCC system to date). Like others, I'm still left wondering if some talkgroups will be part of both systems?
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With regards to the current list of FRCC system talkgroups (Front Range Communications Consortium (FRCC) Trunking System, , Colorado - Scanner Frequencies) has anyone had an opportunity to verify if these are still being used on the DTRS system?
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it is more apparent now that I will have to program in the DTRS system as well to catch traffic found only on DTRS such as CSP, NCMC and others.
I've heard Mtn View Fire and seen NCMC on FRCC. As of 24 hours ago I had not seen the others on FRCC.
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Airmed TG's are on DTRS.
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We have been wondering the same thing .. the further you get into the county it is not seen much but out here we run M/A with Logan and Morgan cty .. Like the other night we couldnt talk to Morgan EMT unless we were standing on top of the rescue truck on MAC 6 and hitting a weak sig from a DTRS tower use to be they would just patch us in .. I havent heard any CSP out here since the move either and am patiently waiting to see a trooper out here and ask them if they are having any trouble yet out here .. I have noticed though that I am able to pick up two DTRS towers I was never able to pick up before out here and those are Akrons and Peetz towers which both have about a 75-80% rx ... Like to see them get something in place so we can talk with our M/A counties
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Guys, the DTRS talkgroups for adams and weld was imported into the FRCC DB. Please verify that the talkgroup assignments are the same and submit VERIFIED talkgroups through the submissions tab.

I am trying to go in and reorganize the FRCC listing to put it back in DB order as the import feature kinda through everything all over, so please ignore the listing orders for now. Should be back in its logical order over the next day or two.
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Guys, the DTRS talkgroups for adams and weld was imported into the FRCC DB. Please verify that the talkgroup assignments are the same and submit VERIFIED talkgroups through the submissions tab.

I am trying to go in and reorganize the FRCC listing to put it back in DB order as the import feature kinda through everything all over, so please ignore the listing orders for now. Should be back in its logical order over the next day or two.
Based on my scanning & Pro96Com logging, I can confirm that the DTRS TGID's for Adams County and Weld County were preserved during the cutover to FRCC, and all TGID's currently listed in FRCC are true and correct. I'm guessing others can also confirm this. (The sort order itself is a different issue, that will need to be addressed somehow). AFAIK there is nothing left to "verify", at least as it pertains to the Adams County and Weld County Talkgroups copied/imported from DTRS. It is very likely that the TGID labels for the Network First Mutual Aid TG's will be similarly preserved, although it will take a while to confirm those because of delays with deploying Network First & ISSI.
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Yep, I am sure they are the same. With major cutovers, usually something somewhere gives.

I think all the talkgroups are back in order now. I can't think of what agency, but there seemed to be some duplicate channel description for talkgroups (but different talkgroup numbers) for a police department. I think it was ThorPd. If someone can verify what talkgroup is suppose to be what, please PM or submit the info so I can correct it. I want to say there were two TPD Channel 2's in there.
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does anyone listen on the Adams county tower with a 396Xt ? i get major Digitization is their a
Adjustment per tower in 396xt for p25 ? seems like their was a hidden adjustment certain key code

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does anyone listen on the Adams county tower with a 396Xt ? i get major Digitization is their a Adjustment per tower in 396xt for p25 ? seems like their was a hidden adjustment certain key code
Thanks matt.
If you are monitoring Adams County Simulcast then that is likely the culprit. Our hobbyist scanners are not as good at decoding signals arriving from multiple towers simultaneously as the professional units. I don't own a 396xt however on the PSR-500/600 no setting assists with decode issues on simulcast systems.
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Try the Tri-Town site (Was Ft Lupton) 773.41875 CC for Adams as Well as the Weld Simulcast sites 853.3125 CC. Both are showing plenty of radio traffic from the Adams County area.
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