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Old 11-11-2012, 12:09 PM
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Sorry KD4YGG i knew all that on that site you posted. im sure that im not putting the words right to be understood. Im trying to understand about the first responders radios and if they will be messed up because if im right witch i dont know if i am because i have not heard the 2nd cc to determine if 851.475 is used and not 859.9625 instead witch would not be right.After rebanding the tower if the put 859.9625 on the tower as cc2 and in doing that 851.475 would no longer be the cc2 instead 859.9625 would be cc2 i thought that might mess up first responders radios because there radios would be programed for 853.8625 as cc1 and 851.475 as cc2 and if the tower switched to cc2 theres would be on 851.475 and the cc2 on the tower would be 859.9625 so they couldnt pick it up that is what i was thinking if they messed up. Well maybe that will help if not im not understanding what your saying or your not understanding what im trying to get at. Thanks Love and Blessings

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Old 11-11-2012, 12:22 PM
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jantczakoil just curious how good of signal you get on the control and voice channels?Do other talkgroups work? Do you got the rebanded tables in the scanner? Love and Blessings

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Old 11-11-2012, 12:31 PM
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Sorry KD4YGG i knew all that on that site you posted. im sure that im not putting the words right to be understood. Im trying to understand about the first responders radios and if they will be messed up because if im right witch i dont know if i am because i have not heard the 2nd cc to determine if 851.475 is used and not 859.9625 instead witch would not be right.After rebanding the tower if the put 859.9625 on the tower as cc2 and in doing that 851.475 would no longer be the cc2 instead 859.9625 would be cc2 i thought that might mess up first responders radios because there radios would be programed for 853.8625 as cc1 and 851.475 as cc2 and if the tower switched to cc2 theres would be on 851.475 and the cc2 on the tower would be 859.9625 so they couldnt pick it up that is what i was thinking if they messed up. Well maybe that will help if not im not understanding what your saying or your not understanding what im trying to get at. Thanks Love and Blessings
The alternate CC's are VERY RARELY used.

The best way to confirm them is using a decoder program like Trunk88, Unitrunker, or Trunker.

Don't worry about first responders radios - the state's IPSC group takes care of all their programming - and they don't make mistakes.... end of discussion!
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Thanks KD4YGG I agree there not used much i only heard a switch during storms moving through a couple of times. If there is anyone around the monon site to monitor with unitrunker or the likes to see if the cc is 851.475 or 859.9625 for certain so i can change freq on my 410 so i dont have to have all 3. I would hope they wouldnt make mistakes im sure they check over a few times to make sure. HERE IS ANOTHER QUESTION WHAT ARE MIRS1 and MIRS2? Love and Blessings Thanks again KD4YGG i appreciate it :]

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I uploaded the new table from RR. Sometimes ISP Dist 13 Dispatch is working and other times it is silent, but my PRO-106 stops on it. When it stops, it is reading 861 or 863 Mhz. It does not read the Rebanding Freq. I cleared out the scanner, so it should not have the 860 freqs in it. I am using ARC 500. Looked at the table and their is no 860 Mhz in the table. How is this happening?
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I uploaded the new table from RR. Sometimes ISP Dist 13 Dispatch is working and other times it is silent, but my PRO-106 stops on it. When it stops, it is reading 861 or 863 Mhz. It does not read the Rebanding Freq. I cleared out the scanner, so it should not have the 860 freqs in it. I am using ARC 500. Looked at the table and their is no 860 Mhz in the table. How is this happening?
Classic example of not programming the site as rebanded.

Program the site(s) on your own and set them as rebanded on your own in ARC500.

Don't rely on technology - sometimes it doesn't work...
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...HERE IS ANOTHER QUESTION WHAT ARE MIRS1 and MIRS2?]
MIRS1 and MIRS2 are the Mobile Intellirepeater Radio Systems.

These are mobile sites that can be deployed anywhere in the state to help facilitate additional temporary capacity (say in Indianapolis for the 500) or replace destroyed capacity (such as the Henryville tornado).

They are equipped with all the capabilities to operate as an "on-demand" fill-in site: all 800Mhz conventional repeater and simplex frequencies, expand local coverage in conjunction with an existing site, or programmed on-the-fly to replace a site that is completely destroyed.

Any additional information on these mobile sites would be appreciated, but I would assume that if you're in an area where these go active, your #1 priority is probably not going to be sitting around and listening to your scanner...
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jantczakoil if you havent got it to work i think that is just the handheld version of the pro 197 that is what my friend told me that has a 197 i help him with programming hes not computer/tech knowlegeable at all really so i update it for him. I told him to put to put in a custom table of in table line 1 as 0 CH Lo, 439 as CH hi, 0 as offset, 851.0125 as base Freq and 25 as the step and for table line 2 440 as CH Lo, 559 CH Hi, 440 as offset, 851.025 as base Freq and 25 as the step and he said it worked fine no problems. He put these in manually you go to you got into the system you want to change like where you would put the freq and name the system all that stuff go down to the bottom in T Tables choose Custom then program the above and all will be well. Also Thanks Again KD4YGG for the info much appreciated Love and Blessings
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Does anyone know if the site in Muncie is rebanded and if so needs changed in the Database. LOVE AND BLESSINGS
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Muncie appears to be rebanding now. Muncie police are on 852.0125 8tac92 other agencies are on their old VHF Channels.
No control channels right now but I did see a carrier on 853.26250.
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Now intermittent control channel on 853.26250. Trunk88 shows the control channel, 851.31250, 852.63750 and other original frequencies.
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So both ccs are different now huh interesting, but you did hear the control on the one it would have been 853.2625. LOVE AND BLESSINGS

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Sounds like they are back on Safe-t now. My radio has re-associated with the Delaware TG's.
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Muncie and Marion sites are rebanded as of Fri 11-16-12 per ISPC's web site.
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Marion site has been completed. CC 852.8625 as the DB has
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All sites have been re-banded. Project is complete.

Thanks to the ISPC team for a huge effort on a long project!!!
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Hello,

I have a friend in the Marion Area that is not able to receive any traffic. I am in TN and have been emailing Win 96 files. He sent me a file from his radio and I made the reband changes and emailed back to him. He loaded it and no luck. He has a pro 2096 and has no luck with the reband changes in the tables marked. Can anyone assist me with assisting him to get his radio back to working properly?

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Please disregard previous post. We got it figured out.
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