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Old 03-25-2014, 8:01 PM
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Sounds like some type of mass casualty drill on TG54691. Nothing on the news sites and everyone is too calm for it to be real. Radio ID's are 1890XXX, and based on the control channels it appears to be coming from a Cuyahoga site. I never heard any mention as to what the channel is named.
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Default Muskingum County S.O.

Today they began using XSO60DISP, however I cant seem to here them like i can Coshocton S.O. , anyone know if the control channels are correct for the new system?
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Today they began using XSO60DISP, however I cant seem to here them like i can Coshocton S.O. , anyone know if the control channels are correct for the new system?
while just doing a search on my BCD996XT it stopped on 771.3312, which is already programmed with ARC XT from RR but it wont pick it up, i program it into an analog channel and it picks it up just fine, any suggestions?
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Today they began using XSO60DISP, however I cant seem to here them like i can Coshocton S.O. , anyone know if the control channels are correct for the new system?
I heard that, but I just realized I don't have ID search on for IP. I just revised mine. It is in the Database as of the 28th and I missed it.

Are you scanning the MARCS-ip system? The Zaneville, Dresden and Duncan Falls (blue rock) sites are up and running. What sites do you have programmed?
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Old 03-29-2014, 9:35 AM
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Well here is what i have done, first i used the RR database with the ARC XT software selected Muskingum County, Coshocton County and the Dresden, conesville sites from the MARCS IP list, I recieved Coshocton S.O. just fine, havent heard anything out of Muskingum . decided to just do a custom search, i just put in 771-771mhz and did just a normal search on my scanner and it stopped on the dresden site 771.3312, which is close to me and i heard the S. O. I entered it into the scanner as i would with a normal VHF/UHF frequency and it works, doesnt show UID or anything. So am i programming the site wrong? is it wrong on RR? Do i need to change the Mot bandplan to rebanded or just leave it on standard 800/900? very confused.
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Ok, now Ican hear them, Not sure what happened but its working fine
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Old 03-29-2014, 10:27 AM
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Well here is what i have done, first i used the RR database with the ARC XT software selected Muskingum County, Coshocton County and the Dresden, conesville sites from the MARCS IP list, I recieved Coshocton S.O. just fine, havent heard anything out of Muskingum . decided to just do a custom search, i just put in 771-771mhz and did just a normal search on my scanner and it stopped on the dresden site 771.3312, which is close to me and i heard the S. O. I entered it into the scanner as i would with a normal VHF/UHF frequency and it works, doesnt show UID or anything. So am i programming the site wrong? is it wrong on RR? Do i need to change the Mot bandplan to rebanded or just leave it on standard 800/900? very confused.


No - it does not work the same as conventional VHF.

Easiest is to let the software download it, the delete any site you don't want/

What Scanner / software? If using ARC I know how, other wise I'm no help.
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Heard 17012 on the Columbus tower this morning. In the database, there is an entry for Washington Courthouse PD using 17011 as a TAC channel, so perhaps it's related. All I heard was "out at the firehouse".
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caught today 53376. law enforcement type talk maybe investigative? also caught 53004 talking about district 10,5,7. sounded like radio techs. they also keyed up on 53374 and 53372. one was in Sidney, Cambridge area, northeast around canton area.
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My brother in Licking Co called me this evening and told me he heard "Chief 961 calling 904 on FD45DISP", and the talkgroup was 28504.

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54745 - heard in Zanesville - sounds like an Ambulance or Transport service form out of the immediate area, maybe Courtesy from Licking Co.
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54723 - Newark PD doing radio checks, but there has also been a Pike County EMS unit. They all have 950xxxx IDs. Another DAS demonstration talkgroup?
Also animal control in Licking County, still using 95 IDs.

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28510 - A fire department in Licking County (I think Granville) doing driving practice.
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So is Licking County/PD/SO/Fire going to new MARCS or old MARCS then?
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So is Licking County/PD/SO/Fire going to new MARCS or old MARCS then?
Licking SO, Newark Granville Monroe Hartford Madison & West Licking FDs are going to MARCS IP which is suppose to start on May 4. We have 800 MARCS available if we get out of the IP area or there is a response with aid coming in that doesn't have IP MARCS.

I thought I heard Newark PD doing some IP testing but don't know their status.
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So is Licking County/PD/SO/Fire going to new MARCS or old MARCS then?
I may be wrong, but I didn't think any new users were being added to MARCS, all new users going to IP.

Coshocton is a good example - several new sites just to get coverage.
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I may be wrong, but I didn't think any new users were being added to MARCS, all new users going to IP.

Coshocton is a good example - several new sites just to get coverage.
New users have the ability to use old MARCS until that system goes away next year, but their primary is MARCS-IP.
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Default Marcs-IP and ODOT

Over the past 2 weeks I have heard radio testing between several users that appears to be ODOT:

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53003 Odot main
53327
53004 ODOT dist 6 talking to dist 7
53370
53376 ODOT in troy area
53377 ODOT dayton
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48674 Warren County?
17012 Fire dept in Fayette County
35001 Montgomery County?
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