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Old 09-13-2018, 10:29 AM
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Default Okmulgee County Nightmare!

Would someone take a look at Okmulgee Co Oklahoma and tell me the best way to program this mess?! Can I make the DMR into one, big trunked system with all the freqs entered and all the talkgroups, CCís and Slots or do I just create a multitude of One Frequency Trunked systems for the county and all its municipalities?


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It should just be all conventional dmr. If you have an x36 it should program everything right from the db.
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Old 09-13-2018, 11:31 AM
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It should just be all conventional dmr. If you have an x36 it should program everything right.


The problem is that most of the freqs use both Slots and some even have multiple TGís on the same freq and slots so then the only way to be sure your hearing what you have displayed is to program TG and slot to a given channel.

Iíve gone through and found 20 frequencies, of which 15 use both slots and about 5 use the same freq and slot and have a different TG.


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Old 09-13-2018, 11:42 AM
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It would be much easier if you could program a slot, if necessary, in a conventional system. Then youíd still just have the TG issue. I think, at least in Oklahoma, Okmulgee County is the only one with this extensive, (and efficient!) use of DMR.


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I see what you mean about the slot 1 and 2 channels maybe upman or someone can chime in and advise. There really should be an option for dmr conventional channel to program slot # as you do color code.
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Yeah.. I tried to figure out Okmulgee and decided I'd focus on other things closer. They have a large IPSC or equivalent system.
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I brought up the desire for a slot option and basically was told to shut up and color! Program it as a OFT! I really donít want to do 15 OFTís for one county!

I think Iíll try to just create one system with all the applicable frequencies and use the TG/Slot capability and see how that works.

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I thought I had Okmulgee in my scanner.. apparently not any more...


I believe I had it setup as a OFT with all the frequencies listed under the frequencies. On the department > channels you could assign the TGs to whichever slot or any. Of course, I'm not 100% sure if the TGs follow the slots on all the repeaters in Okmulgee or not.
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From what I can tell, itís not a true trunked system. I looks as though units still have to change channels in their radios. For example, the same freq is used for Sheriff North and Fire North, just different slots and TGís.

I forget, is it possible to enter more than one freq on an OFT? Maybe thatís what Iíll do, if it is.

Problem is, I donít live close enough to monitor it to know if what I did will work.

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If you don't like how the database has it set up you'll need to program it as 4 different OFT systems.
As the same TG are used for different things on different frequencies you must have those TGs in different OFT systems.

The rest of the TG's are single ones and you can add those TG's and frequencies to OFT1 or any other OFT as they don't interfere with anything else.

OFT1 TG1010=Beggs Rural Fire TG1030=Okmulgee Co EMS TG1031=Okmulgee Co SO TG1045=OkmulgeMutualAid TG1060=Okmulgee Fire TG1061=Okmulgee FD Tac1 TG1080SL1=Henryetta Fire TG1080SL2=Dewar Fire TG1090=Beggs Fire TG1091=Beggs Police TG1200=Mutual Aid Centr TG1210=OklmlgCoFD Centr
151.0700
154.1825
154.2575
155.0025
155.4150
155.5950
155.8500


OFT2 TG1010=Beggs Rual FD N TG1030=OkmlgeCoEMSNorth TG1031=OkmulgeeSO Centr TG1060=Okmulgee FD Cent TG1200=Mutual Aid North TG1210=OklmlgCoFD North
154.2500
155.4225
155.7375

OFT3 TG1010=Beggs Rual FD S TG1030=OkmlgeCoEMSSouth TG1031=OkmulgeeSO North TG1060=OkmulgeeFD North TG1200=Muutal Aid South TG1210=OklmlgCoFD South
154.9875
155.6475
155.8200

OFT4 TG1030=Okmulgee Police TG1031=OkmulgeeSO South TG1060=OkmulgeeFD South
155.3175
155.5200

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