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Old 04-03-2018, 3:35 PM
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Default Connectplus system 268 Repeater Map

Hello all. It seems the Connect Plus system 268 is broadcasting it's Repeater Map (something that doesnt happen often). This map broadcasts all frequencies and LCN info over the control channel and is helpful for the Database for accuracy.

I'm having decode issues and wondered if someone else in the bay area can use DSDPlus and try to decode it. Is there anyone interested?

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Yes, somebody with DSDPLus should consider doing it. The repeater map contains a wealth of information that will help those people who monitor Telepath to have complete information about all of the sites.

You need to be running a recent version of the FL (Fast Lane) version of DSDPlus, and preferably with dual dongles and fmp24+dsdplus TcP linked. But, you can do it with one one dongle and one copy of fmp24+dsdplus linked. Just monitor the control channel for one of the sites, and if you see a notice in the Event Log that the repeater map is being transmitted, make note of the channel it is being transmitted on. If it says it's being transmitted on 16, that's LSN 16, which is LCN 8. Then just look for LCN 8 in the RRDB, switch to that frequency, and allow DSDPlus to build / save the repeater map. It will report what it is doing in the event log.

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Is this still occurring? Is there still interest in someone gathering the info? I'm willing to do it it this weekend, once I learn how.

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Is this still occurring? Is there still interest in someone gathering the info? I'm willing to do it it this weekend, once I learn how.

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It's only active at current times. As of now, it's not currently broadcasting.

Something to look out for in the future.
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