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Old 01-28-2016, 11:31 AM
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They're on VIPER. Look in the database towards the bottom under the DOT heading and you'll see the TGs.
That's where I used to hear them, IMAP units calling Metro. Turned on those talkgroups last week in the storm and I've yet to hear a peep on them.
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I was just wondering how active are the US Marshells, FBI, DEA etc around Wayne, Wilson, Johnston Co area. What TG should I program if I want to listen to them
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I used to hear the DEA constantly here in Greenville, but they were not here - I could tell from the roads they named that they were driving around Charlotte and the I-85 corridor. Haven't heard them in months.
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I was just wondering how active are the US Marshells, FBI, DEA etc around Wayne, Wilson, Johnston Co area. What TG should I program if I want to listen to them
Monitoring the feds on VIPER can be hit and miss. Sometimes I hear both sides of a conversation, sometimes I hear one side and sometimes I hear nothing at all for weeks at a time.

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Monitoring the feds on VIPER can be hit and miss. Sometimes I hear both sides of a conversation, sometimes I hear one side and sometimes I hear nothing at all for weeks at a time.

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So do the federal agencies use VIPER in addition to their respective VHF and UHF frequencies?
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So do the federal agencies use VIPER in addition to their respective VHF and UHF frequencies?
They most definitely do. Remember: VIPER is an interop solution and not a heavy use day in and day out radio system for Fed agencies. They primarily use their own VHF/UHF freqs as primary comms and VIPER as a secondary comm option.

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Caught traffic on TG 52248 & 52249, both were encrypted on both sides of the conversation.
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Caught traffic on TG 52248 & 52249, both were encrypted on both sides of the conversation.
I have hits on 52246 and 52249, the RIDs that I've logged on these TGIDs seem active on the SHP Microwave Tech TGID as well.
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If I program a Hp2 by zipcode for Ashe county, will it load what I need in order to hear NCSHP Troop F Div2?
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If I program a Hp2 by zipcode for Ashe county, will it load what I need in order to hear NCSHP Troop F Div2?
Wow. Have we not already answered this multiple times for you as your other user name?

One more time, while zip code can be used it is by far, not the best method for stationary scanning. Program a favorites list with the tower (or two) that you are in range of with the talkgroup IDs specifically for F Troop and the Ashe TGID and you can hear what you are looking for.

Sorry if this seems abrasive but we have answered this a couple of different times in a couple of different ways for you. Most notably, here:

http://forums.radioreference.com/nor...t-receive.html

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http://forums.radioreference.com/nor...mhz-viper.html


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Thanks, all this digital stuff sounds confusing.. Maybe i'll just stick with the county sheriff, fire and ems and SHP lowband and let it ride..
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If you do that I'll buy your scanned for $100 :P
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Lol, i'll stick with the Pro2021 and let it keep doing what it does...
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Talk id # 52656 give out weather for Dist. #3 off the TWC Tower,???
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I would say that sounds like maybe forestry service sending out the daily readiness plan. But Cumberland is like D-6 I believe
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I came to this thread because I keep noticing a talkgroup ID that isn't in the database. After reading this thread it seems like this happens occasionally and there's no real way to identify them? I'm still somewhat new to this so forgive me if I'm making a stupid mistake.

The ID is 46035 and I'm hearing it on frequencies around the Granville county area. 46034 and 46036 are both Henderson PD, but 46035 sounds like a school or college campus maintenance.
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Yep forestry just not on DB they were on again this evening talking dist.# 3 wx forecast
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d3 of forestry tho? NCFS -Daily District Readiness Plans thats your daily readiness map. not sure whyd you be hearing d-3 but who really understands all of who/how people talk lol
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So am I right to assume the database is all user generated? Is there no government authority that authorizes or assigns the IDs?
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