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dave3825

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I am aware of the RAS mode, I was asking if the freqs were correct? I never saw a set up like that..
 

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Still encrypted...you aint going to hear it.

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WDW is Linked Capacity Plus so there are 2 channels per repeater frequency (1 for each slot). Channels 1&2 are for repeater 1, channels 3&4 for repeater 2, etc. Uniden calls this channel naming method "Logical Slot Number". Uniden decided to use the Logical Channel Number instead for simplicity. So LSN 1&2 are LCN 1, LSN 3&4 is LCN 2, etc.

Anyway like K4SVT said they are totally encrypted and using RAS.
 

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Site 6 is not properly channelized. I suspect someone used the LSN's from DSD+ to submit them. RRDB should have LCN. For Site 6, the LCNs should likely be 5, 6, and 7.
 

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Just checked my notes. Most frequencies in the DB are incorrect and for the ones that are they are not the correct LCN#.

WDW is UHF Linked Capacity Plus with 14 sites. Most major sites have 7-8 channels each (14 talk paths).

This system is extremely difficult to figure out because of the extensive use of Part 22 (454 MHz frequencies) which are licensed to a geographical area. In other words the license will not tell you the location of the repeater sites or even the actual frequency (it's a range of frequencies).

In addition Universal Florida uses a 900 MHz. Connect Plus system and also has Enhanced Privacy on all talkgroups.

The only park in Orlando that is clear is Sea World. They are 900 MHz Connect Plus.

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Yeah well i heard it was AES-256 which is supported by MotoTRBO..moving on..

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Unless things have changed since March, they were using Enhanced Encryption.

AES is supported by MotoTrbo but getting Motorola to sell it to you in North America is tough.

* And it's been confirmed from someone in the area, Disney is still using EP *
 
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