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Old 11-25-2015, 8:51 PM
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Here you go
#Format: Table ID,Base Freq,Spacing,Input Offset,Assumed/Confirmed,BandWidth,Slots
00,769.00625,0.01250,30.00000,"Confirmed",0.01250, 1

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Thank you kindly. It's loaded up and finding the control channel, but it's been quiet. We'll see what we get.

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They are stil testing the system. San Antonio is still using this system. San Antonio/Bexar County EDACS ProVoice Trunking System, San Antonio, Texas - Scanner Frequencies

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Old 11-26-2015, 8:34 AM
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Ah ok. I was hoping some of the patches would be lit up during testing. More than anything else I'm just interested in how the 700 MHz coverage is going to fare down here. I had a lot of issues with in-building coverage on the 800 EDACS system when SA cut over to it. Since I've moved I'm spoiled by the TXWARN network.


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You do get spoiled with p25 systems. My area uses the LCRA P25 system.

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Someone with a radio affiliated with the 700 system( Someone who has a P25 ID assigned to the system) has to be on one of the talk groups for it to show up. Usually a radio tech I would assume since nobody is using the system full-time(Everything being patched from the Provoice system). Coverage is ok. Not as good as the Provoice system. There are gaps but this is designed as an overlay system not for full time use yet. Far North and Northwest sides have no towers.
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They are stil testing the system. San Antonio is still using this system. San Antonio/Bexar County EDACS ProVoice Trunking System, San Antonio, Texas - Scanner Frequencies

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7 years is some intensive "testing" jajajajaja
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Someone with a radio affiliated with the 700 system( Someone who has a P25 ID assigned to the system) has to be on one of the talk groups for it to show up.

Yeah I had that addressed and still no luck. I'll be interested to see how this system develops; I remember an AACOG/Region 53 meeting I was at back in around late '08-early '09 and the 700 overlay was an "any day now" conversation... Here we are coming up on 2016.


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7 years is some intensive "testing" jajajajaja
San Antonio is very slow to move over to the P25 system. When the Live Oak system joined the LCRA P25 system it only took five or six months for most of the users to switch over.

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Hello, today 3/15/16 approx 3pm I listened to 2 radio techs talking in detail on a new UnID SAUA TG.

They were discussing the towers, their antenna arrays, gain reports and many other SAUA TRS issues.

I already submited the following 2 items today:

1) New sub catagory: "Radio Technician Talkgroups"

2) New Talkgroup: "38020 9484 D Radio Test 4 Radio Techs Testing Ch 4 Public Works"


ps~ This new TG seems to mirror the EDACS Pro-Voice TRS TG Scheme we all have observed so far.

This mirrors Pro-Voice TG "Dec 20 00-024 M Radio Test 4 Radio Techs Testing Ch 4 Public Works"

btw~ Anybody else ever heard radio techs on TG# 38020 ? Wow no SAUA DB updates since 7/21/2015 !
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I haven't listened to the SAUA system in a wile. I had tg 38020 on my list. I also have tgs 38017 to 38019 and 38021.

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There are some coverage issues with the system on the NW side of town and far North side. At least on a handheld. Good to see some techs paying attention to the system
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According to the FCC license, the Austin Highway and Toepperwein locations and their frequencies are no longer licensed. The reasoning is that the construction was not completed in time. Anyone know what any of this means? Can anyone check those sites? I am in NW San Antonio so I don't get much coverage over here.
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FCC data can be way behind sometimes. Both Topperwein and Austin Hwy sites are running and have been for quite some time as are the other sites, Hearing BCSO patched right now on the Topperwein site. I have always said the coverage is almost non existent in the NW and far North sides. So if they plan use the this system on a daily basis at some point in the future, they need to add a couple more sites.
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