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Old 09-23-2013, 7:06 AM
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Old 09-25-2013, 3:44 PM
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hi use freescan software, and cut and past data,
i don't have the scanner though so it is from others
observations i make the recamendation,
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Question: what software goes best with the 996's?

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Old 12-10-2013, 8:41 PM
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New site in Wheatland announced today - those in the area please confirm site freq's and all that jazz and submit to the database:

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The new WyoLink Portable Coverage Enhancement site in Wheatland (WhSo) is in wide area trunking and available for use.

This site will provide enhanced portable radio coverage in the City of Wheatland. It will also provide enhanced mobile radio coverage in the central portion of Platte County.

This brings the number of active WyoLink Sites to 69.
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Old 04-11-2014, 12:39 PM
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I'm planning a trip to NW Wyoming in July. I'm currently working on programming my 996 with FreeScan. I've noticed a difference in the sites listed on RR and the database for FCC licenses. Specifically, some WyoLink sites on RR lack one or two frequencies compared to the FCC data.

Are these additional frequencies omitted from RR's info for a reason?

Additionally, I am finding that the State of Wyoming has two licensed sites at many of the locations. One license has frequencies similar to those listed in RR. The other license has completely different frequencies.

To confirm, is RR's WyoLink info correct. What is the purpose of all of the additional licenses? Is it a separate system for the state? If so, it's strange that RR doesn't have it listed, too.
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Don't get too worried. I'd say the rr info is 99% correct and have been (at one time) verified by actual monitoring.

Time to time freq's are added for capacity reasons and may get missed by those who monitor the system.

In short, if you use the cc method of scanning you'll be all set. Nw wy (aka Yellowstone) has pretty much nil coverage.
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Almost forgot, it's the policy of rr that "verified" information is processed into the db. We do not take raw FCC information from the license as sometimes what is granted by the FCC isn't used, etc
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Also we have the old state analog systems that we still use. Our state radios have both
Wyolink and the analog channels programmed into them.
You might be surprised how much we use the old systems, especially the simplex freqs.
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Is Campbell County using all WyoLink now or do they still use some of the old and new system? Any help would be great. Thanks
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For the most part yes, Campbell County is using Wyolink.
Fire and EMS paging is still on analog
Fire still utilizes analog tactical channels
Campbell County Road and Bridge still utilizes their analog channel as well
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Does anyone save their WyoLink Pro96Com logs? If so, please PM me. Thanks!
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