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Houston County/Peach County P25 Updates..

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It's been a little while since I've checked the frequencies and talkgroups for the Houston County/Peach County P25 system and I see that 3 talkgroups have been updated over a year ago. Can someone tell me how to figure out what exactly was updated then? Or does anyone happen to know?
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I'm not sure either I would like to know as well. I live in Peach County over in Byron I pick up Byron PD, FVPD, SHERIFF and FIRE on their NXDN system. I listen to them on DSD PLUS but the system is encrypted.
 
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I guess I'll have to pull up the data on my scanner and do it the old-fashioned way to see which talkgroups or frequencies have been updated. Lol.
I have noticed that there are quite a few talkgroups that my Houston County wildcard has picked up that are not listed in the current database.
 

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If they're not trunked a Kenwood radio works beautifully, even if encrypted using only the built in 15 bit encryption...and can be had for $200.
 
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