I take it that means you can hear a control channel.
Finally showed up in UniTrunker this morning..... I also show 773.143750 allocated to Terrell (from CAPRAD), besides the three you have in the system.
You may be picking up something from the upcoming Forney system. 773.68125 is on their license.I came across their FCC application for this system.
ULS Application - Trunked Public Safety 700 MHz - 0006036852 - CITY OF TERRELL Even though the system is active, the application is still pending.
It looks like they only applied for an emission designator of 8K10F1E, so it will be phase 1, and able to be monitored by existing scanners, as long as they don't go with full encryption.
Unitrunker is also showing a 5th frequency of 773.68125. I keep getting call hits every once in a while, but have yet to hear any traffic, no source ID, but a target ID of 65536.
Hopefully Chief Lay has his head on straight about the big "E" and this could turn out to be a cool system to monitor.
Steve, thank you for pointing that out. It may just be an anomaly, as I don't see it return after removing it from the frequency list.I don't use Unitrunker that much, and I didn't even think of a stray frequency from another system popping up.
I can find out more details about this and find out what's going on.How long before it goes online?
I've heard they aren't giving the new radios to the volunteer department.
Yes they are Phase 1.Are they running Phase I? I am haven't heard anything from them. What are the control channels?
MesquiteWX, I formally retract that assumption.Mesquite may be too far to pick up a strong signal from Terrell. I f their system is anything like Forney's, they may be operating on just enough power to stay close to the city limits.