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It'd also be nice if people from the counties with limited or new Viper radios would add them to the Viper Radio ID Wiki page, so we can track where transmissions are coming from.

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It'd also be nice if people from the counties with limited or new Viper radios would add them to the Viper Radio ID Wiki page, so we can track where transmissions are coming from.

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Agree. While I'm guilty of not keeping an eye on the Wiki pages, I'll make that my Mid Year Resolution . . .
The VIPER radios seem to be in pretty good shape for my county, but I'll try to build the general county page because it seems a little slim. Thanks for the nudge.

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Lincoln County Sheriffs have now lit their VIPER TG (28004) with simulcast of their UHF. There is about a 1/2 second delay and all units appear on the same UID: 1090088.
That goes along with the Fire dispatch simulcasting on 1090000.
The “com center” has been heard on TGs 1090001 and 1090002.
Denver’s Engine1 has the only “unit ID”: 1090136 so far.
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Lincoln County Sheriffs have now lit their VIPER TG (28004) with simulcast of their UHF. There is about a 1/2 second delay and all units appear on the same UID: 1090088.
That goes along with the Fire dispatch simulcasting on 1090000.
The “com center” has been heard on TGs 1090001 and 1090002.
Denver’s Engine1 has the only “unit ID”: 1090136 so far.
Thanks for the information, I went ahead and updated the Wiki page with the RID/UID information.
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Default Is Rowan County Simulcast on Viper?

Heard Rowan county assisting with funeral escort on Viper Foxtrot 2 today, all units had RID of 1591895, just wondering if anyone can tell me if they are simulcast on Viper or if they have there own viper radios with individual RIDs? The Viper RID Wiki doesn't have any Rowan info.

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Heard Rowan county assisting with funeral escort on Viper Foxtrot 2 today, all units had RID of 1591895, just wondering if anyone can tell me if they are simulcast on Viper or if they have there own viper radios with individual RIDs? The Viper RID Wiki doesn't have any Rowan info.

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Many Counties were assisting with that escort including Durham. I can say that Durham was using individual RIDs along with Wake agencies that helped as well.
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Caught TG#52279 Lumber River State Park this is the first state park viper Tg that I have hear active
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Default Macon County EMS

Macon County has shifted primary EMS dispatch to VIPER TG 29001, effective this week. The UID for Dispatch is 1130013. EMS units have been using VIPER for all patient reports to hospitals throughout Western NC for some time. My understanding is that Macon County intends to shift ALL emergency dispatching traffic to VIPER but fire units will be converted at a future date.

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Somebody had a typo!

YE WQRB855
NORTH CAROLINA STATE HIGHWAY PATROL
[LAW ENFORCEMENT ACTIVITIES USING STATEWIDE TRUNKED SYSTEM]
Control Point 1 - 3318 GARNER ROAD, BLDG #2, RALEIGH NC 888-928-4737
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07/13/2018 License Modified
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1 - HP-1345, ASHEBORO DT, HP-1345, ASHEBORO DOT, 957 SOUTHMOUNT DR., ASHEBORO (RANDOLPH) NC [Structure: Lattice tower] (map)
[Antenna 1 - HTT: 140.2m, Polarization: Vertical, Gain: 10.0dBi, HAAT: 198.3m]
856.1875 FB2C Ant: 1 100p 110e Units: 1 8K30F1E (NXDN) 9K80D7W (P25 Phase II)
856.5375 FB2C Ant: 1 100p 110e Units: 1 8K30F1E (NXDN) 9K80D7W (P25 Phase II)
851.1375 FB2C Ant: 1 100p 110e Units: 1 8K30F1E (NXDN) 9K80D7W (P25 Phase II)
851.3125 FB2C Ant: 1 100p 110e Units: 1 8K30F1E (NXDN) 9K80D7W (P25 Phase II)
851.95 FB2C Ant: 1 100p 110e Units: 1 8K30F1E (NXDN) 9K80D7W (P25 Phase II)
852.425 FB2C Ant: 1 100p 110e Units: 1 8K30F1E (NXDN) 9K80D7W (P25 Phase II)
852.9125 FB2C Ant: 1 100p 110e Units: 1 8K30F1E (NXDN) 9K80D7W (P25 Phase II)
853.5125 FB2C Ant: 1 100p 110e Units: 1 8K30F1E (NXDN) 9K80D7W (P25 Phase II)
853.8125 FB2C Ant: 1 100p 110e Units: 1 8K30F1E (NXDN) 9K80D7W (P25 Phase II)
855.2375 FB2C Ant: 1 100p 110e Units: 1 8K30F1E (NXDN) 9K80D7W (P25 Phase II)
2 - 45.0 km radius around fixed location 1
811.1875 MO Ant: 1 35p 35e Units: 1250 8K30F1E (NXDN) 9K80D7W (P25 Phase II)
811.5375 MO Ant: 1 35p 35e Units: 1250 8K30F1E (NXDN) 9K80D7W (P25 Phase II)
3 - 40.0 km radius around fixed location 1
806.1375 MO Ant: 1 35p 40e Units: 1250 8K30F1E (NXDN) 9K80D7W (P25 Phase II)
806.3125 MO Ant: 1 35p 40e Units: 1250 8K30F1E (NXDN) 9K80D7W (P25 Phase II)
806.95 MO Ant: 1 35p 40e Units: 1250 8K30F1E (NXDN) 9K80D7W (P25 Phase II)
807.425 MO Ant: 1 35p 40e Units: 1250 8K30F1E (NXDN) 9K80D7W (P25 Phase II)
807.9125 MO Ant: 1 35p 40e Units: 1250 8K30F1E (NXDN) 9K80D7W (P25 Phase II)
808.5125 MO Ant: 1 35p 40e Units: 1250 8K30F1E (NXDN) 9K80D7W (P25 Phase II)
808.8125 MO Ant: 1 35p 40e Units: 1250 8K30F1E (NXDN) 9K80D7W (P25 Phase II)
810.2375 MO Ant: 1 35p 35e Units: 1250 8K30F1E (NXDN) 9K80D7W (P25 Phase II)
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Somebody had a typo!

YE WQRB855
NORTH CAROLINA STATE HIGHWAY PATROL
[LAW ENFORCEMENT ACTIVITIES USING STATEWIDE TRUNKED SYSTEM]
Control Point 1 - 3318 GARNER ROAD, BLDG #2, RALEIGH NC 888-928-4737
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07/13/2018 License Modified
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1 - HP-1345, ASHEBORO DT, HP-1345, ASHEBORO DOT, 957 SOUTHMOUNT DR., ASHEBORO (RANDOLPH) NC [Structure: Lattice tower] (map)
[Antenna 1 - HTT: 140.2m, Polarization: Vertical, Gain: 10.0dBi, HAAT: 198.3m]
856.1875 FB2C Ant: 1 100p 110e Units: 1 8K30F1E (NXDN) 9K80D7W (P25 Phase II)
856.5375 FB2C Ant: 1 100p 110e Units: 1 8K30F1E (NXDN) 9K80D7W (P25 Phase II)
851.1375 FB2C Ant: 1 100p 110e Units: 1 8K30F1E (NXDN) 9K80D7W (P25 Phase II)
851.3125 FB2C Ant: 1 100p 110e Units: 1 8K30F1E (NXDN) 9K80D7W (P25 Phase II)
851.95 FB2C Ant: 1 100p 110e Units: 1 8K30F1E (NXDN) 9K80D7W (P25 Phase II)
852.425 FB2C Ant: 1 100p 110e Units: 1 8K30F1E (NXDN) 9K80D7W (P25 Phase II)
852.9125 FB2C Ant: 1 100p 110e Units: 1 8K30F1E (NXDN) 9K80D7W (P25 Phase II)
853.5125 FB2C Ant: 1 100p 110e Units: 1 8K30F1E (NXDN) 9K80D7W (P25 Phase II)
853.8125 FB2C Ant: 1 100p 110e Units: 1 8K30F1E (NXDN) 9K80D7W (P25 Phase II)
855.2375 FB2C Ant: 1 100p 110e Units: 1 8K30F1E (NXDN) 9K80D7W (P25 Phase II)
2 - 45.0 km radius around fixed location 1
811.1875 MO Ant: 1 35p 35e Units: 1250 8K30F1E (NXDN) 9K80D7W (P25 Phase II)
811.5375 MO Ant: 1 35p 35e Units: 1250 8K30F1E (NXDN) 9K80D7W (P25 Phase II)
3 - 40.0 km radius around fixed location 1
806.1375 MO Ant: 1 35p 40e Units: 1250 8K30F1E (NXDN) 9K80D7W (P25 Phase II)
806.3125 MO Ant: 1 35p 40e Units: 1250 8K30F1E (NXDN) 9K80D7W (P25 Phase II)
806.95 MO Ant: 1 35p 40e Units: 1250 8K30F1E (NXDN) 9K80D7W (P25 Phase II)
807.425 MO Ant: 1 35p 40e Units: 1250 8K30F1E (NXDN) 9K80D7W (P25 Phase II)
807.9125 MO Ant: 1 35p 40e Units: 1250 8K30F1E (NXDN) 9K80D7W (P25 Phase II)
808.5125 MO Ant: 1 35p 40e Units: 1250 8K30F1E (NXDN) 9K80D7W (P25 Phase II)
808.8125 MO Ant: 1 35p 40e Units: 1250 8K30F1E (NXDN) 9K80D7W (P25 Phase II)
810.2375 MO Ant: 1 35p 35e Units: 1250 8K30F1E (NXDN) 9K80D7W (P25 Phase II)
Nah. They are switching VIPER over to NXDN Statewide.
And before anyone thinks I am serious let me state for the record I AM JUST JOKING!
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I mean, it could be doable!

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However I think most "mode changes" occur around the first of April.
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Lincoln County Sheriffs have now lit their VIPER TG (28004) with simulcast of their UHF. There is about a 1/2 second delay and all units appear on the same UID: 1090088.
That goes along with the Fire dispatch simulcasting on 1090000.
The “com center” has been heard on TGs 1090001 and 1090002.
Denver’s Engine1 has the only “unit ID”: 1090136 so far.
Which county tower is Lincoln Co using.....there is not one listed on the RR page?
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Nah. They are switching VIPER over to NXDN Statewide.
And before anyone thinks I am serious let me state for the record I AM JUST JOKING!
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OMG I must go out today and buy the most expensive scanner out there to deal with NXDN now!!! SMH NC cant you see that a lot of the scanner listeners dont have much extra cash and now you throw this kink to us... Guess ill move to VA where everything is encrypted so i just want have to buy any other scanners... #sadday
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Your good time next year at least.
Remember, mode changes / modulation schemes only occur around April 1st.

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East Lincoln is probably hitting the Stanley and Huntersville Viper Towers

North Lincoln is probably hitting both Anderson and Baker Mountains

Northwest Lincoln is probably hitting High Peak or Benns Knob

Southwest Lincoln is probably hitting Cherryville

Lincoln has a pending application for a Viper Tower near the center of the county.

Has not come on line as of yet

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Thanks for the info......will give it a try.
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It is a wonderful thing! I try to use it at least once a day.

I'm surprised ZNR hasn't chimed in!
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Where I live in Denver, I just monitor 202 [Catawba] and 281 [Gaston].
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Good evening everyone! I've got a VIPER related monitoring question. And please forgive me as VIPER isn't something I monitor or use on a regular/routine basis on any of my radios (XTS2500, 5000, G5, etc).

I'm down at Topsail Island on vacation and our house is in the Onslow County half. I'm able to monitor the Onslow/Jacksonville P25 system no problem. I also added the VIPER sites for Pender County because we would be frequenting both. The issue I'm having is my G5 showing out of range. I'm fairly confident I made an error during programming when adding two of the sites when it came to the RFSS & Site Numbers. The two sites in question are Penderlea and Scott's Hill. Here's where I think I messed up:

Penderlea: Site 49 (31)
Scotts Hill: Site 57 (39)

When programming I used 49 for Penderlea & 57 for Scotts Hill. I'm thinking I should've used 31 & 39 respectfully instead. Am I correct in thinking that? It's really not a big thing at this point because we're going home tomorrow and tonight is really the first time I've switched over to it. Majority of my listening has been for Onslow. I've attached a screen shot from the DB of the sites in question.

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