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Old 06-28-2013, 2:24 PM
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Does anyone have an updated channel list for this area? I am just looking to update the names of the freq. so they are correct. What RR has listed is no longer correct.
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Do an FCC geo search for your area and it will tell you everything for your area
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Do an FCC geo search for your area and it will tell you everything for your area
Im not sure that will actually give me the channel name I am looing for. I dont see like a list of the Tac channel like D3 Tac or D4 Tac. I have the Freq like I said, just trying to pair them up with the new names
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Im not sure that will actually give me the channel name I am looing for. I dont see like a list of the Tac channel like D3 Tac or D4 Tac. I have the Freq like I said, just trying to pair them up with the new names
If you look at the Guilford County TRS page on here it has the talkgroup information for aliasing in your scanner if that is what you are needing. Link below:

Greensboro / Guilford County Trunking System, Greensboro, North Carolina - Scanner Frequencies
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If you look at the Guilford County TRS page on here it has the talkgroup information for aliasing in your scanner if that is what you are needing. Link below:

Greensboro / Guilford County Trunking System, Greensboro, North Carolina - Scanner Frequencies
Yep. That should be pretty darn accurate.
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