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Old 04-26-2010, 9:30 AM
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It would appear that Marion County slipped one past us and has had a trunked system on the air... and it's completed rebanding. I am assured by a reliable source that it's on the air and has been for a couple of years.

I know from my visits to the area recently that the local public safety forces are still on high band. Is there anybody in the area who can do a little listening and give us some information on this system? I have created an entry for it in the database with system type "Other" until we can get some information; if you track anything down, please submit it using the Submission button (tab, link, whatever) on the system.

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Default Marion County trunked system

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All;

It would appear that Marion County slipped one past us and has had a trunked system on the air... and it's completed rebanding. I am assured by a reliable source that it's on the air and has been for a couple of years.

I know from my visits to the area recently that the local public safety forces are still on high band. Is there anybody in the area who can do a little listening and give us some information on this system? I have created an entry for it in the database with system type "Other" until we can get some information; if you track anything down, please submit it using the Submission button (tab, link, whatever) on the system.

Thanks,

Tom

I have a possible source of live feed in that area and am still working on it.

Sounds like I need to make a trip to visit a few friends there again to gather need information.
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marion county even trunking what the heck is that all about i was there at the radio shack n marion during christmas and they said they had no idea that they was going trunking and didnt know if they ever was and that marion county was the poorest county n ohio
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does any one know when marion county will go digital
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does any one know when marion county will go digital
Slow down, don't put the cart before the horse! There is no mention whatsoever of digital; let's verify the trunked system first.
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Wow. Just verified it appears to be LTR. Heard 10 second user traffic. Will keep checking.
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Slow down, don't put the cart before the horse! There is no mention whatsoever of digital; let's verify the trunked system first.
I found the following:

866.3750 MHz
866.4000 MHz
866.7250 MHz
866.7750 MHz
867.3125 MHz
867.5750 MHz

I'll head north as soon as possible to make sure we have the most accurate information about this system.

I'm still bargaining on getting live feed set up.

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It would appear that Marion County slipped one past us and has had a trunked system on the air... and it's completed rebanding. I am assured by a reliable source that it's on the air and has been for a couple of years.

I know from my visits to the area recently that the local public safety forces are still on high band. Is there anybody in the area who can do a little listening and give us some information on this system? I have created an entry for it in the database with system type "Other" until we can get some information; if you track anything down, please submit it using the Submission button (tab, link, whatever) on the system.

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Are you talking about the APCO MARCS or the LTR in Marion Co?
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Are you talking about the APCO MARCS or the LTR in Marion Co?
The LTR system.
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The LTR system.
I submitted those back in April to the RR DB.Marion County Trunking System, Marion, Ohio - Scanner Frequencies
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