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Old 08-22-2017, 7:27 PM
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Open the Unitrunker program and select the "systems" tab. Double-click on the label for the Westchester system and will open up that system. Click the "users" label on the bottom. Click the floppy disk on top that says "export this system." Save that file to your desktop. It will now appear as a .xml file on your desktop. If you double click it and scroll through you'll see the labels attached to the UID and talkgroups ton have. Upload that here and I'll work through it but it will take a bit to manually convert it to .csv


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A few notes on the log, all confirmed by radio traffic ID's have a star next to the description. All others are assumptions based on known department ID's (first 3 numbers in string) Some are wild guesses and some are posted with times and date they seem to log on each day. There are a LOT of ID's that only log on/off only each day so they are hard to decode. Some are out of normal ID numbers some are cloned ID's that have been stunned. You might want to just convert those that are confirmed since there are several hundred of them.
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This will be my project tonight and tomorrow. Had an outpatient procedure done so this should pass the time.


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A few notes on the log, all confirmed by radio traffic ID's have a star next to the description. All others are assumptions based on known department ID's (first 3 numbers in string) Some are wild guesses and some are posted with times and date they seem to log on each day. There are a LOT of ID's that only log on/off only each day so they are hard to decode. Some are out of normal ID numbers some are cloned ID's that have been stunned. You might want to just convert those that are confirmed since there are several hundred of them.
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This will be my project tonight and tomorrow. Had an outpatient procedure done so this should pass the time.
Thank you! Now i might need help importing the IDS into FreeScan but i might be able to figure it out. But ill let you all know if i need help. lol
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This will be my project tonight and tomorrow. Had an outpatient procedure done so this should pass the time.

Any update on this?

I have also found some UIDs:
i32502- C2211 Katonah
i32507 - E115 Katonah
i35000- Somers Base


I have found out that the UIDs are sorta numbered in a organized way. Each Department has its own prefix witch are the first 3 numbers and the last 2 are apparatus in that set department. In the unit ID if the last 2 numbers are 0 then it is the base radio for that department. Usually the chief of the department has an ID of i###02 but I have only found this for a few departments. Now as for Ids that only have 3 numbers in the ID (i###) are most likely the dispatch Console, and I think there is a pattern or sequence in with those IDs are numbered as well, but I have not found one yet.
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Refer back to post #13 that is the most accurate description of ID assignment after listening for over 9 years.

Quote" i32502- C2211 Katonah

I don't know what that is, the ID should be for Katonah Chief portable radio. Just 2211 at least in Unitrunker.

The other 2 you listed follow normal numbering.

You may find that sometimes officers and personnel operating on the scene use a radio not assigned to them, probably because that radio is closer to them at the time.

For Dispatch I suspect that the ID is either the operators number or even a job assignment number. Since I have copied several hundred dispatcher ID's, (I don't believe that there more than 25 Dispatcher's), so my guess is a job number of the day assigned by the CAD to a particular dispatcher.

I am now going to start looking at the numbers and see if they increment during the day.

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Refer back to post #13 that is the most accurate description of ID assignment after listening for over 9 years.

" i32502- C2211 Katonah "

I don't know what that is, the ID should be for Katonah Chief portable radio. Just 2211 at least in Unitrunker.
2211 is the chief car. The Katonah chef is 2211. i35502 is the unit identifier.
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Upload that here and I'll work through it but it will take a bit to manually convert it to .csv
Not to be a pain but how long do you think this will take?

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If you export it from Unitrunker and put the file up here I'll go through and convert it to .csv and combine the others posted as well so it can be uploaded to EZScan and Sentinel (I believe I just have to put an "i" in front of the UID for Uniden).
Is there anyway that you can import a .csv to freescann or proscan so that when this is done i don't have to manually import it into my scanner
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Sorry but dealing with the hurricanes the last few weeks. I know with EZScan you import it as a .csv file.


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Sorry but dealing with the hurricanes the last few weeks. I know with EZScan you import it as a .csv file.

Oh Ok no worries just hope your ok and safe. Just was curious. As i am not logging any IDs because i was going to import this list. Thanks for doing this again.
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Car 2191 32302
engine 155 32309
rescue 7 36103
45-medic 3 41101
80-b-2 35008
engine 51 32709
ladder 19 32710
car 2071 31101
engine 174 31507
squad 15 31908
rescue 3 31511
engine 176 31509
engine 170 32107
car 2171 32101
ladder 4 31909
battalion 14 50140
engine 175 31508
battalion 14 portable 50141
car 2121 31513
airport 17 50181
tower ladder 15 32108
rescue 16 36014
car 2531 36001
engine 271 36008
fairview hq 31500
car 2443 35006
rescue 3 officer 31504
hartsdale hq 32100
tower ladder 14 33416
rescue 31 33415
engine 137 31409
car 2371 34101
car 2073 31105
car 2321 33602
61-a-4 40412
45-medic 1 41107
engine 158 30306
tanker 17 30311
car 2582 30304
car 2162 32003
engine 13 32008
engine 10 32007
car 2161 32001
65-b-2 40503
car 2284 33407
rescue 12 34910
car 2313 34905
84-b-2 35608
53-b-1 30607
87-a-4 41207
engine 185 35014
80-b-1 35007
car 2072 31103
engine 149 31109
ladder 67 31125
31104
car 2172 32105
car 2172 32102
car 2243 32805
36-medic 1 41603
tower ladder 6 35818
70-b-1 40951
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Car 219132302

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80-b-235008 ........

Thanks i will add this to my list and update it.
This is great, this was the whole purpose i set this forum up, where people could come and elaborate. Thanks again.
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