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Old 01-05-2018, 3:52 PM
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From the control channel:


FREQUENCY BANDS:
ID:0 BASE:851006250 BANDWIDTH:12500 SPACING:6250 OFFSET:-45000000
ID:2 BASE:380012500 BANDWIDTH:12500 SPACING:25000 OFFSET:5000000
ID:3 BASE:450000000 BANDWIDTH:12500 SPACING:12500 OFFSET:5000000
ID:4 BASE:450005000 BANDWIDTH:12500 SPACING:20000 OFFSET:5000000
ID:5 BASE:143290000 BANDWIDTH:12500 SPACING:5000 OFFSET:900000
ID:6 BASE:149290000 BANDWIDTH:12500 SPACING:5000 OFFSET:900000 TYPE:TDMA BANDWIDTH:12500 TIMESLOTS PER CARRIER:2 VOCODER:HALF_RATE

This is the bandplan for the entire CNYICC system.

The trunking works by telling the subscriber a channel number based on this band plan. The band plan is not encoded into the radio. For the most part the system is using channel 6-1984 and 6-1985 which equates to ID 6 in the bandplan and 992 (1984/2) steps (spacing) up from the base frequency. Mathematically it works out to 154.250 note the TDMA means two channel numbers per frequency. Even channel number is slot 1 odd number is slot 2

For what its worth my 325P2 decodes just fine and has read the bandplan off the control channel.
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[QUOTE=studgeman;2863778]So my friend heard back from Whistler and they sent him some sort of update...his TRX-1 work on the system now[/QUOTe

Mike from Whistler told me the Trunk table needs to be set to Auto fill under site options. That didn't help in my case.
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I am in Utica

Uniden BCD436HP Phase II TDMA decode problems .. Getting alot of errors

Here is the Band Plan I have from my Uniden BCD436HP for
Central New York Interoperable Communications Consortium (CNYICC)
I found the Band Plan option on the 536. If it has nothing but zeros, does the scanner assume some default plan?
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How do you review/edit the band plan on your 436? I have the 536 and don't believe I have ever used or seen this menu option.
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To Edit an Existing Site, scroll to the Site and press E/yes.

Band Plan

P25 Threshold Mode
P25 Threshold Level
P25 Waiting Time

Edit Band Plan (Motorola/P25 Only) – Band plans are required so the scanner can correctly
determine the voice channel frequencies.
P25 Systems.


Select Plan - Scroll to each Band Plan 0-9, A-F, and press E/yes.
Input Base Freq - Enter the base frequency press E/yes.
Input Spacing - Enter the step size and press E/yes.
Press Menu to return and repeat for each band plan as needed.

http://info.uniden.com/twiki/pub/New...N_10182013.pdf BCD536HP Owner’s Manual

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Is anyone with TRX 1 picking up the new P25 system? If so, where are you located. I'm in Lee and still not having any luck.
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The CNYICC is a region effort to regionalize interoperability with surrounding counties and it was a Statewide Initiative as the state failed statewide opensky network failed. So what they did they made these Regional Communication Consortiums with an effort to help fund new digital interoperability systems and then piggyback onto these systems which eventually will be hooked up as a Statewide system as well as the state is getting counties as well as the state for the National Broadband Network FirstNet. They have the Hudson Valley Interoperability Communication Consortium where I live, so far the only counties who will be up to speed with this would be Rockland and Orange which Orange is in building phase now.

The link is what I am talking about.

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this is Oneida County, where sense makes none. CNYICC? never heard of her.

FACT: there will be two separate city trunking networks. $20 on that?
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The CNYICC is a region effort to regionalize interoperability with surrounding counties and it was a Statewide Initiative as the state failed statewide opensky network failed. So what they did they made these Regional Communication Consortiums with an effort to help fund new digital interoperability systems and then piggyback onto these systems which eventually will be hooked up as a Statewide system as well as the state is getting counties as well as the state for the National Broadband Network FirstNet. They have the Hudson Valley Interoperability Communication Consortium where I live, so far the only counties who will be up to speed with this would be Rockland and Orange which Orange is in building phase now.
I'm not so sure you understand the regional consortium at all. The state did not initiate this program. Nearing the end of the state project Onondaga County was pushing hard to fund a new system. They had some pretty good players, including consultants who lobbied the state. If I am not mistaken the original consortium was the CNYICC which at the time was Onondaga, Cayuga, Madison, then Oswego. Although Cortland also joined they opted to have their own CORE and have no link to the other system. Other counties soon joined the consortium to mold it to where they are now. During this process other areas of NYS also created consortium's. Some are very proactive as is CNYICC and others have a name. I think the early players on both local and state level should be applauded for what has been accomplished, but this was not a state idea.

I highly doubt all systems will be linked as there is too many differences. There are counties building conventional and digital and trunking but other than CNYICC very few are a true linked system. I believe a couple counties in the Six County are linked but thats about it in NYS. Even Albany is on an island all alone, even with multiple trunking systems in the area. I dont ever see this being a state system. To do this the state would have needed to mandate a method and technology and give grant funds to do this, instead they fund projects of various types.

Lastly First Net is a project that is being build by AT&T. They are a commercial provider and other than a county/state/municipality renting them tower space no one will be building anything out for them. That's all up to them to provide.
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