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Seminole P25 Updates!!

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Below is a list of Talk group hits on a WinRadio G305e between noon on Thursday and up to now Friday night, does anyone know what these unknown talk groups are used for?

0000 – 0000 – Unknown
0008 – 0008 – Unknown
0018 – 0012 – Unknown
1671 – 0687 – Unknown
4109 – 100D - Unknown
5462 – 1556 – Unknown
7051 – 1B8B – Unknown
7979 – 1F2B – Unknown

8025 – 1F59 – Altamonte Springs Police Department (Dispatch)
8026 – 1F5A – Altamonte Springs Police Department (Teletype)
8050 – 1F72 – Casselberry Police Department (Dispatch)
8051 – 1F73 – Casselberry Police Department (Teletype)

8053 – 1F75 – Unknown

8057 – 1F79 – Casselberry Police Department (Utilities)

8105 – 1FA9 – Unknown

8109 – 1FAD – Seminole County Public Works (Solid Waste)

8115 – 1FB3 – Unknown

8150 – 1FD6 – Lake Mary Police Department (Dispatch)
8151 – 1FD7 – Lake Mary Police Department (Talk Around)
8152 – 1FD8 – Lake Mary Police Department (Talk Around)
8175 – 1FEF – Longwood Police Department (Dispatch)

8177 – 1FF1 – Unknown

8200 – 2008 – Oviedo Police Department (Dispatch)
8201 – 2009 – Oviedo Police Department (Teletype)
8202 – 200A – Oviedo Police Department (Talk Around)

8204 – 200C – Unknown
8222 – 201E – Unknown

8225 – 2021 – Seminole County Fire Department (49A Dispatch)
8226 – 2022 – Seminole County Fire Department (49B Medical 1)
8227 – 2023 – Seminole County Fire Department (49C Medical 2)
8228 – 2024 – Seminole County Fire Department (49D Fire Services)
8229 – 2025 – Seminole County Fire Department (49E Fire Command 1)
8251 – 203B – Seminole County Public Works (Animal Control)
8275 – 2053 – Sanford Police Department (Dispatch)
8276 – 2054 – Sanford Police Department (Teletype)
8277 – 2055 – Sanford Police Department (Investigations)

8293 – 2065 – Unknown

8300 – 206C – Seminole County Sheriff Department (A - East Region Dispatch)
8301 – 206D – Seminole County Sheriff Department (B - Teletype)
8302 – 206E – Seminole County Sheriff Department (C - West Region North Dispatch)
8303 – 206F – Seminole County Sheriff Department (D - West Region South Dispatch)
8304 – 2070 – Seminole County Sheriff Department (E - Patrol)
8306 – 2072 – Seminole County Sheriff Department (G - Surveillance 1)
8307 – 2073 – Seminole County Sheriff Department (H - Surveillance 2)
8309 – 2075 – Seminole County Sheriff Department (J - Jail Operations)
8310 – 2076 – Seminole County Sheriff Department (K - Talk Around)
8313 – 2079 – Seminole County Sheriff Department (O - CCIB)

8319 – 207F – Unknown
8322 – 2082 – Unknown

8325 – 2085 – Winter Springs Police Department (Dispatch)

8326 – 2086 – Unknown
8338 – 2092 – Unknown

8350 – 209E – Sanford International Airport (Police Operations)
8352 – 20A0 – Sanford International Airport (General Operations)
8425 – 20E9 – Seminole County MEDCOM (Central Florida Regional Hospital)
8426 – 20EA – Seminole County MEDCOM (Florida Hospital Altamonte)
8427 – 20EB – Seminole County MEDCOM (Winter Park Memorial Hospital)
8428 – 20EC – Seminole County MEDCOM (South Seminole Hospital)
8429 – 20ED – Seminole County MEDCOM (Oviedo ER)
8450 – 2102 – Seminole State College (Security)

8578 – 2182 – Unknown
9362 – 2492 – Unknown
9394 – 24B2 – Unknown
10010 – 271A – Unknown
11823 – 2E2F – Unknown
14434 – 3862 – Unknown
14619 – 391B – Unknown
14626 – 3922 – Unknown
14644 – 3934 – Unknown
17260 – 436C – Unknown
20503 – 5017 – Unknown
24036 – 5DE4 – Unknown
24359 – 5F27 – Unknown
28710 – 7026 – Unknown
33354 – 824A – Unknown
33962 – 84AA – Unknown
34411 – 866B – Unknown
36150 – 3D36 – Unknown
39229 – 993D – Unknown
40983 – A017 – Unknown
42134 – A496 – Unknown
52463 – CCEF – Unknown
53168 – CFB0 – Unknown
56598 – DD16 – Unknown
58199 – E357 – Unknown
59025 – E691 – Unknown
59043 – E6A3 – Unknown
61305 – EF79 – Unknown
63560 – F848 – Unknown
64148 – FA94 – Unknown
64784 – FD10 - Unknown
 

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These are all being pulled from System 1217 (Seminole County Public Services P25 Phase 1) 4CF
 

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This can answer the unknown talkgroups outside of the 80XX-84XX and 64XXX ranges.

Regular Seminole County talkgroups fall within the 80XX-84XX range and the temporary Orange County ISSI dynamic link talkgroups are within the 64XXX range (note these talkgroups may be in the clear or encrypted depending on what the original Orange County talkgroup is programmed for and are issued randomly by the system and not fixed to a specific user). Anything out of that range is generally caused by distorted or weak signal as that has happened to me with using PRO96COM.
 

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I can rule out distorted or weak signal because I'm literally within 1,000ft of the tower and don't haven't had any fluctuation in signal.

I was unaware Seminole allowed ISSI on their system. I will need to check the sorrounding P25 systems for these TG-IDs to see if I can map them. As of right now today I'm up to 116 TGs including the ones already on the list above.


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Just to add to this, Orange County's system is advertising Seminole as a neighbour: RFSS 6, Site 1.

The strange thing is it shows the System ID as 46C not 4CF.

Can anyone confirm that Seminole is still broadcasting 4CF?
 

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I would need to check my computer for that when I get home. I know Seminole is still 4CF from being a bit nosy (no details)

Dave, with Seminole County Public Works/Juniper Networks, told me about 4.5 months ago that there is a direct fiber link between Seminole's prime site, Orange's prime site, and to something in Volusia (I'm not going to name something and be wrong)


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Over the past year I have found numerous different NACs depending on where I sit in the county when I hunt talk groups. I have this picture from one time when I was hunting and it tagged a NAC of 1217 (4C1)




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