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OKC Zoo Freqs?

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Shortwavewave

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Ok I know that the Zoo is on the Edacs system, but does anyone know if theres any analog? I have one freq programed into my scanner Labled, Okc Zoo 153.815 I have no idea where I got this from, every once in a while it will land on it but I can never make it out.

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Shortwavewave said:
Ok I know that the Zoo is on the Edacs system, but does anyone know if theres any analog? I have one freq programed into my scanner Labled, Okc Zoo 153.815 I have no idea where I got this from, every once in a while it will land on it but I can never make it out.

Thank you
Good news for you!

The OKC Zoo is indeed on the Oklahoma City EDACS trunked system, but their talkgroups are in analog. So, you can enjoy -all- of the zoo traffic, by programming the OKC System in a scanner. Talkgroups can be found on this here web site.

Some of the other city services are also in analog. It is only the police and fire that you cannot listen to on the trunked system, using a scanner.
 

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Something you can do if your scanner supports it is to "open" your scan bank that has the EDACS in it so you can hear ALL analog talkgroups. Then, once you figure out whats there, you can begin to weed out what you don't want.
 
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