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Old 02-03-2013, 1:45 AM
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Default Paulding County MotoTRBO

My old VHF MCS2000 now hears nothing on 155.43 and 154.175, I tuned over to the many TRBO channels Paulding has licensed on UHF, and heard the TRBO "motorboat" active, so it appears they have finally made their journey to digital.

Time to play "guess that color code and time slot", with my XPR6550's. Hopefully they left the "privacy" tab unchecked, but it would not surprise me nor could I blame them if they did not.

Any official word on this? My Paulding county contact hasn't responded to my email last week yet, but he may be busy handing out radios.
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Same here... Would like to get information for my XPR6580!

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My old VHF MCS2000 now hears nothing on 155.43 and 154.175, )))
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(((Time to play "guess that color code and time slot", with my XPR6550's.)))
It would be nice if you could play this by tomorrow afternoon.
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Same here... Would like to get information for my XPR6580!

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But the 6580 is 800mhz, isn't it, and paulding county is 450mhz.
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DMRDecode can provide the color code/time slot information and whether it is being encrypted.

Java program to decode DMR
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....Unless they are assigning everyone to talkgroups.....
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It would be nice if you could play this by tomorrow afternoon.
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But the 6580 is 800mhz, isn't it, and paulding county is 450mhz.
You are correct! I just found out that it will be on 450 Mhz... No cool for me... I need a plan B!
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....Unless they are assigning everyone to talkgroups.....
Unless? Isn't this a Connect Plus trunking system?
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How is the new Paulding County feed "listening" to the new system ? I thought there were no scanners that could hear MOTOTRBO.
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How is the new Paulding County feed "listening" to the new system ? I thought there were no scanners that could hear MOTOTRBO.
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...homebrewed a system consisting of a special modified Scanner feeding data into 3 computers working in tandem to receive and decode the digital system.
You can click the "Contact Broadcaster" link on the feed page and ask the feed provider for more details on how he configured his setup. There is DSD software to decode DMR from a scanner's discriminator tap.l
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How is the new Paulding County feed "listening" to the new system ? I thought there were no scanners that could hear MOTOTRBO.
There's not any scanner able to pick up MotoTRBO voice/data unless you do the discriminator tap and download a decode program for MotoTRBO and you'll see bunch of information for that frequency like talkgroup, color code and etc.
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