Originally Posted by kygemini90
Usually Lexington uses:
2- Central Dispatch
3- Tactical or Special Event
6- Car to Car or Tactical or Special Event
Usually for part of third shift Lexington will "discontinue split-channel operations" and dispatch both East and West sectors on channel 4.
If you are ever unsure, just listen go by the first number in the unit number. 1-East, 2-Central, 3-West. Second number is shift, third number and letter is beat.
For example: 133B is the third shift west sector unit assigned to beat 3B.
Thanks, this will help a lot. I am going to make a PDF of the wiki for Fayette County to put on my phone for quick reference. I am also tapping my Pro-79 scanner to monitor Montgomery County. Just got back from radio shack with some resistors, capacitors, and 3.5 mm jacks. I have DSD on my flash drive with cygwin1.dll. Pretty simple to use.