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ofd8001

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They have been allocated talkgroups on the ARMER system. I can't tell if they have fully migrated to that system however.

See Allied Radio Matrix for Emergency Response (ARMER) Trunking System, Various, Minnesota - Scanner Frequencies and look under McLeod County.

You could Google the ARMER website and look for that county's participation plan and see if it gives you any ideas.

The also still have a valid FCC license for this system, which includes a talkgroup for street maintenance: Site-1 Site Details (Hutchinson, MN Government) http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?sid=1078
 

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They are still on their analog LTR system. To my knowledge, they haven't been assigned any ARMER talkgroups yet.

The highest McLeod talkgroup that my data logging has captured is 33234 (McLeod Jail Admin).



LTR system link:
Hutchinson, MN Government Trunking System, Hutchinson, Minnesota - Scanner Frequencies

EDIT: LCNs 9 & 14 are the correct ones for that system, 1 & 5 shouldn't be in the database. I'll submit a correction.
 
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