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Old 03-01-2014, 3:01 PM
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Anybody know if any p25 traffic at gsp post 42 northwest ga
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Old 03-03-2014, 7:00 PM
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Default GSP Digital

I have a Pro 96, how do I enter the 154.7025 freq to monitor? Do I enter it regular or what? Thanks
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Old 03-03-2014, 11:09 PM
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I have a Pro 96, how do I enter the 154.7025 freq to monitor? Do I enter it regular or what? Thanks
Are you using Win96? If so, import the GA Dept. of Public Safety into a bank. They will show up as FM. Since the 96 doesn't do NAC you won't have to program that in. The scanner will still hear the transmissions. Used the 96 and a commercial radio to listen to the GSMNP P-25 system. 96 works great on non trunked digital.
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Old 03-06-2014, 6:35 PM
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I programed the DPS frequencies via Win96 and it works good. Heard GSP Villa Rica and Cartersville posts assisting Carroll Co this morning in Carroll Co-South Paulding Co. area with a chase of some armed subjects wearing body armor, and reported shots fired.

Too bad I cannot get a decent digital signal downtown atlanta when monitoring Atlanta Police. I mean, that is why I bought the scanner to listen while I am at work downtown. I wished I would have saved and got a BCD396XT or Homepatrol !!!
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Old 03-06-2014, 9:50 PM
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Glad you can hear the GSP. Poor reception on simulcast systems and the lack of trunking on 380MHz and 700MHz was why the Pro-106 and PSR-500 came out.
Don't know how the HP-1 works in the ATL, but I know my 106 and 396XT do great.
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Old 03-10-2014, 5:34 PM
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Here's a pending application for a new license listed for GSP Post 52 in Elberton with a P25 repeater:

ULS Application - Public Safety Pool, Conventional - 0006188921 - GEORGIA, STATE OF - Frequency Summary

155.4675 (159.4275 input)

Looks like this post was created last year (not currently listed on the DPS website) and will be located in Hart County.

New Georgia State Patrol Post Coming to Hart County | WSGC Radio
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Old 03-10-2014, 5:42 PM
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GSP Post 12 in Thomasville has a pending application to add a P25 repeater to KIB605:

ULS Application - Public Safety Pool, Conventional - 0006188578 - GEORGIA, STATE OF - Frequency Summary

154.9425 (158.910 input)
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Just an affirmation that this past weekend, GSP on I-85 in Coweta (Newnan Post) was operating on 154.7025 NAC 625. It was a repeated frequency as I heard both dispatch and the mobile unit. Was driving and didn't have a chance to find the input frequency.

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GSP Post 40 in Albany has a pending application to add a P25 repeater to KIB672:

ULS Application - Public Safety Pool, Conventional - 0006197473 - GEORGIA, STATE OF - Frequency Summary

155.4525 (151.070 input)


GSP Post 39 in Cuthbert has a pending application to add 2 P25 repeaters to KGL537:

ULS Application - Public Safety Pool, Conventional - 0006197472 - GEORGIA, STATE OF - Frequency Summary

155.1000 (151.0775 input - Cuthbert - Randolph County)
154.9425 (155.5875 input - Cusseta - Chattahoochee County)


GSP Post 14 in Donalsonville has a pending application to add a P25 repeater to KIB593:

ULS Application - Public Safety Pool, Conventional - 0006197471 - GEORGIA, STATE OF - Frequency Summary

155.4675 (153.9875 input)
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GSP Post 32 in Athens has a pending application to add a P25 repeater to KIB568:

ULS Application - Public Safety Pool, Conventional - 0006204057 - GEORGIA, STATE OF - Frequency Summary

155.535 (154.830 input)
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GSP Grovetown must be upgrading to a P25 in our area too... been hearing GSP dispatching on the stateband frequencies. Going to do some searching in he next few days for the new frequencies.
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GSP Post 27 in Blue Ridge has a pending application to add a P25 repeater to KIB588:

ULS Application - Public Safety Pool, Conventional - 0006225828 - GEORGIA, STATE OF - Frequency Summary

155.5125 (154.8975 input)
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154.115 with encryption in my neck of the woods.
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I hear the 'trbo noise when I try to listen on the digital GSP frequencies. ....Are some locations using a format other than P25?
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I hear the 'trbo noise when I try to listen on the digital GSP frequencies. ....Are some locations using a format other than P25?
It is not TRBO. It is P-25 encryption. What frequencies are you hearing it on?
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Yeah, I am also hearing what sounds like TRBO transmissions on the 154.7025. I have a PSR-800 and it sounds completely different than P25 encryption on the NSA P25 system on Fort Gordon and the P25-II on Columbia County's system. It could be data, maybe from their MDTs.
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From my trip in Feb., copied voice in the clear on .7025 P-25 with the NAC I posted in Feb. Can't tell if it still is. I live north of there.
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Default GSP going digi?

Interestingly, when these transmissions come across the scanner is not showing DG, like it does on other digital freqs. I am thinking these are data transmissions. It's not populating FM or NFM either.


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I understand from a reliable source that GSP will not be encrypted.
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I believe the freqs are transferring incorrectly from the site. I just confirmed that the transmissions are displaying as FM. I will reprogram as digital and advise


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