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Old 08-10-2018, 12:22 AM
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Default Canít Hear Any Fire Department in Niagara

I hope this is the right forum.

I have a 436HP and can no longer hear St Catharines Fire, Niagara Falls Fire or any other fire department except Fort Erie.

Tried reprogramming the unit with Sentenial but did not work.

No issues hearing Niagara EMS or OPP.

Any suggestions?
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Old 08-10-2018, 4:57 AM
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They have all migrated (or started to migrate) over to the new Region of Niagara trunk system. Further details can be found here: https://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?sid=8677
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Thanks

Just a quick follow up question...the 436hp covers that system (Project 25 Phase II TDMA modulation) correct?
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Just a quick follow up question...the 436hp covers that system (Project 25 Phase II TDMA modulation) correct?
Yes, you are in luck.
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Thanks.

Finally, is it worth purchasing any of the ProVoice, DMR or NXDN upgrades for any services in Niagara?
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Finally, is it worth purchasing any of the ProVoice, DMR or NXDN upgrades for any services in Niagara?
Best thing for you to do is look in the frequency data base under Niagara and see if there is anything your interested in listening to.

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Finally, is it worth purchasing any of the ProVoice, DMR or NXDN upgrades for any services in Niagara?
I'm up here in Toronto and have DMR and NXDN and can hear things down your way.

If you like listening to everything like businesses, then yes. OnQue has lots of subscribers for NXDN.

Welland, St. Catharines transit systems, Sheraton Hotel etc.. are on DMR. I'm happy I have the upgrades.
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Great thanks!

Appreciate the help
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