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Old 10-08-2012, 1:11 PM
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The control just changed again everyone. The frequency is 152.750. I will submit it now to the database.
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The control just changed again everyone. The frequency is 152.750. I will submit it now to the database.
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Another control channel change happened today. The current control channel is 152.540. I have submitted the information to the database.
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Does anyone have any idea why this system has had so many control channel changes this past year?
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I was thru there again on Monday, once well before dawn and again in the evening, and heard absolutely nothing. I've confirmed that I have all the reported CCs programmed and the system TGs as downloaded from this site. Not sure what the issue is. Ran Pro96 a few weeks ago and passed to KE4ZNR. Most of that is Greek to me anyways....

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They were using the last control channel I submitted a few posts above on Monday. I have had no problem hearing this system. I'm not sure why you ran into that problem. I'm make sure you have 152.540 as one of the control channels. I have a total of 13 control channels programmed in my scanner.

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That's what your problem is. I just checked the database and the control channel I submitted isn't listed. You will not hear this system if you go by the current database information. You need to add that frequency manually if you're downloading from the database. I'm not sure why it wasn't updated.
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They were using the last control channel I submitted a few posts above on Monday. I have had no problem hearing this system. I'm not sure why you ran into that problem. I'm make sure you have 152.540 as one of the control channels. I have a total of 13 control channels programmed in my scanner.
Just took care of it, it s added to the Database.
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Great now everyone can listen. This is surely an interesting system to follow. I've learned a lot.
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The current control channel for this system is frequency 152.09000. Also frequency 155.67000 is listed in the database as a voice channel however it is also utilized as a control channel. I've submitted this so that the database can be updated. There are a total of 15 channels I've heard used as control channels. The database reflects 13.
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The current control channel for this system is frequency 152.09000. Also frequency 155.67000 is listed in the database as a voice channel however it is also utilized as a control channel. I've submitted this so that the database can be updated. There are a total of 15 channels I've heard used as control channels. The database reflects 13.
I feel like I'm on a merry go round trying to keep Wayne County programmed in my scanner.
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I feel like I'm on a merry go round trying to keep Wayne County programmed in my scanner.
Indeed! Of all the systems I monitor this system seems to be the most interesting for me due to the constant change of control channels. I will keep everyone updated as changes are made. I've had people tell me they never hear Wayne County the way their scanners are programmed and I always tell them it's due to the constant change of control channels and that it's best to have all the control channels programmed in their scanner. It's also a good idea to tune or search their VHF band whenever transmissions aren't received after 30 minutes or so. That's how I keep up with the changes.
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Current Control Channel is frequency 151.1975. I will submit to the database. Yes it changed again!!!
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If I am not mistaken (and I very may well be), every frequency in a Harris P25 system can be used as a control channel unlike a Motorola system that just uses 4 of the frequencies. I believe there was some discussion of this in the Pennsylvania forum concerning the York Co. system when it came on line a couple of years ago.
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If I am not mistaken (and I very may well be), every frequency in a Harris P25 system can be used as a control channel unlike a Motorola system that just uses 4 of the frequencies. I believe there was some discussion of this in the Pennsylvania forum concerning the York Co. system when it came on line a couple of years ago.
If that's the case I am going to program all their VHF frequencies as control channels. It seems to me you are correct.
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