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Old 08-21-2012, 12:22 AM
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I am trying to program my scanner, but it isn't working with the frequencies listed in the database. Has Leon County gone all digital?
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Old 08-23-2012, 1:08 PM
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I can't figure out if tallahassee has rebanded or gone digital. Does anyone know?
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Old 08-23-2012, 3:58 PM
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Dude did you just look at the county page?

Leon County, Florida (FL) Scanner Frequencies and Radio Frequency Reference

There are clearly two county trunked radio systems. One is analog, one is digital.


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Old 08-23-2012, 4:29 PM
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I'm sorry, I should have been clearer. When I trunk the analog frequencies there are no transmissions. I believe the database is outdated. I can't find any information past 2007, if it has been rebanded or gone completely digital.

I was asking if anyone knew specifically by hearing it on their "own" scanner. Not by checking a database that someone composed who knows when.
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As far as I know, pretty much all of Leon County is digital, with Law Enforcement and EMS also encrypted. A few TFD channels are encrpted as well, but you should be able to get the FD dispatch and TAC channels without issue if done right. I am not a digital guru unfortunately. I do know that TFD is also still dispatching analog on 154.190.
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I believe the database frequencies are not completely up to date. I did some experimenting and use these frequencies for the P25 system with pretty good results. The system is all digital, but generally only LEO and EMS (with a couple exceptions) are encrypted
854.4375
854.8625
854.9625
855.0375
855.0875
855.1625
855.2375
855.3375
855.4125
855.4625
855.5125
855.6375
855.7125
855.7625
855.8125
855.8875
855.9125
855.9625
856.2375
856.2875
856.4625
856.7125
856.8125
856.9125
856.9625
857.2125
857.3125
857.3375
857.4625
857.7125
857.9625
858.2125
858.2375
858.4625
858.7125
858.9625
859.2125
859.2375
859.4625
859.7125
859.9625
860.2125
860.2375
860.4625
860.7125
860.7625
860.9625
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