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Old 03-20-2013, 11:29 PM
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Default New Britain Trunking System

Quick question, when inputting sub fleets for the fire dept, I don't monitor the other dept.'s, my Uniden bc8T shows the subfleet as 000-01 but my BCT15X shows it as 000-1, is there really a difference? Thanks.
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Old 03-21-2013, 7:10 AM
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Are you picking up their communications after you programmed it? if so then it should be all good i dont really know if it matters i had mine programmed for me.
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Old 03-21-2013, 12:34 PM
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It seems that the BCT15X with the 000-1 programmed in it works best. The data base here in RR says to use 000-01 so I am not sure which is best.
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Enjoy it while you can.

The new system being installed now is P25 Digital TDMA Trunking system.

As Far as I know only 1 scanner the PSR800? is the only scanner that gets Digital TDMA trunking
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Enjoy it while you can.

The new system being installed now is P25 Digital TDMA Trunking system.

As Far as I know only 1 scanner the PSR800? is the only scanner that gets Digital TDMA trunking
if thats the truth,then lets sit back and see how many people go out and buy this scanner just to monitor new britan,i cant pick them up from my area,but they do get alot of action and im sure some people do buff there.
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Their RFP called for a P25 system with the ability to upgrade to the P25 TDMA. Figured they would start out at the lower level they once it was up and running try the TDMA. Either way, long overdue.

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What is the band plan offset and upper , lower base freq 's? I have never programed a motorola type 1 system.
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Never mind .I discovered my mistake.
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