I found a spot to receive Greentop. Definitely seems to be them! They could benefit from the coverage, their p25 system repeater does not pick up far out of the city limits. Plus the added interoperability.Yeah. 700 unit numbers. Plus I heard several locations (motels, businesses) in Pigeon Forge.
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UT Medical center or University of Tennessee? Lifestar is UT Medical and a contractor I believe is in charge of Lifestar. UTMC and UTK are completely separate. UTK-PD is the only users of TACN for UT Knoxville currently and all their talkgroups are in the database. They have some spare channels 10606 to 10609 for future use. The others use a dmr trunking system minus the CSO which use a analog channel on called brick one patched to TACN “KX-UT OPS2” which is a UTPD talkgroup. UT medical uses a LTR system. If UT Medical is going to use it for main ops around the hospital they will definitely need their own repeater, there has been issues there in the past. UTPD also has issues inside buildings and garages. So I doubt maintenance or any of them would leave dmr, unless UTK also gets it own repeater for TACN!All of UT is moving onto TACN.
Milf, UT Medical Center does not currently have P25 radios in the emergency department. I have been there at least 5 times past couple of weeks delivering patients off the ambulance to the ER. I will keep a lookout from here on out for any radio changes.All of UT is moving onto TACN.
I figured 47313 was Lifestar, since it was so close to the other Lifestar TG, but thanks. I hadn't heard enough to clearly ID it yet.47313 is another one of UT Lifestar talkgroups, I believe. I have always seen that one in the clear. They also use 47310. Keep hearing them use both of them. They seem to be using TACN more and more.
UT CHATT is on, UT KNOX PD is on.. UT KNOX Campus ops and transit all will be on eventually. All UT campuses are going to TACN. UTMC will get TACN radios for at least the ER's. All medical facilities statewide will have access to TACN.