I can hear dispatch loud and clear but do not hear the cars so I'm thinking cars are on a different frequency altogether. I have entered 465.275 and nothing.Wayne County Sheriff, as many departments in West and Middle TN are, have gone to a Mototrbo UHF system so you will not be able to monitor them any more. We have taken them out of our radio codeplugs in our THP cars.
I'm using a 996T and no there is no digital growling after dispatch. I have heard what a TRBO sounds like from another system but not any growling from the Wayne Co. Frequency. I just about know they are using another frequency for car to dispatch but do not know what it is.TY for the confirmation of DMR usage by the SO. Dispatch is apparently simulcasting in analog, but mobiles are pure digital. TRamrod38, Listen closely to the freq, and see if you hear an digital "growling" after the dispatch. Oh almost forgot, what type of scanner are you using?
Have not heard anything on this frequency had it programmed for a while and never heard anything on it for some time now.Try this repeater out and see if it is still active, and who is on it...
460.0750 MHz FMN
Its licensed to Waynesboro PD.. But may be in use by SO ??? If its in use at all.
Thank you for the info. How can I find out the frequencies? I noticed a town over in Lawrence County, the TRBO frequencies are list, but not Wayne.If it is conventional and not encrypted, you should be able to use DSD+ with some effectiveness to at least log the RAN's etc... If set up right, even monitor it. That or buy an NexEDGE radio and passively monitor it.... Just be aware of the things that can go wrong using an actual radio if you make any mistakes and end up TXing. All scanners have Tap Points you can solder wiring to, some are just very complex. The easiest by far being the RS PRO-92, and PRO-96. For the most part GRE made scanners are very user friendly on that end lol. Unidens,.. Not so much. ust takes an very good eye, and steady hands as the spots are small indeed.