Search results

  1. WoodburyMan

    CT State Police

    HP I will work, as well as HP II, but not too well on CLMRN. I have a HP II, SDS100 and SDS200. The SDS's I can program a site to just scan the Control Channel (CC) frequency, and it will "Link" and "Follow" if the site happens to broadcasting a TG I want to listen to to the frequency the TG is...
  2. WoodburyMan

    Wallingford P25 TRS

    For those of you unaware they have been patching Wallingford's P25 system with CLMRN, pushing their Police Ops Talkgroup to random TG's on CLMRN. They are patching through CLMRN Site 29 Troop I Simulcast. You can see Wallingford's System ID and CC in my DSDPlus log...
  3. WoodburyMan

    CLMRN (was CSERN)

    Got TG 1365 Today. According to the Wiki it and a few others around it are Unknown UConn TG's. Can confirm, got a TX stating they were returning to Storrs from Hartford Campus. They called TG 1365 Specifically "Statewide 1" channel in the transmission. This showed up on Troop A Simulcast...
  4. WoodburyMan

    CLMRN (was CSERN)

    TG5611 Appears to be another Service Patrol Unit or perhaps some other DOT TG unit from the speech. I can hear "chirps" on the radio like it's a analog patch. My SDS200 (All I have available now...) does not report a UID on these. They're coming off of L Simulcast site. I have a feeling with...
  5. WoodburyMan

    CLMRN (was CSERN)

    It looks like the Emergency Operations Center TG was added today in the DB. This will be useful since I bet they'll be opening it up for this 2 day long storm we're getting.
  6. WoodburyMan

    CLMRN (was CSERN)

    I found Wallingford today. It was on Troop I Simulcast site. Good amount of traffic today, over 26 minutes of traffic on TalkGroup 65446. UID's were 148xxxx (1 x 1481xxx, 6 x 1484xxx, and 2 x 1489xxx that appeared to be dispatch.). This was clearly their police channel. Addresses and tax code...
  7. WoodburyMan

    CLMRN (was CSERN)

    Oh yes, looks like someone added that to the RR database. Agreed, better than everything being encrypted. I see the need for some TAC channels for say dangerous situations to be encrypted, such as the Emergency Response Units and such. Or if there's manhunts or something going on. I would...
  8. WoodburyMan

    SDS200 SDS200 Battery ?

    SDS100 - Portable, has Batteries. SDS200 - Meant for Mobile Car or Home use and runs on 12v or AC-Adapter input. No battery. If you're looking to be mobile, perhaps you can return the SD200 and grab a SDS100. They are almost identical in terms of features except the SDS200 has LAN port for the...
  9. WoodburyMan

    Uniden Repair

    Yeah I did that the last time I sent it in, however I talked with the support first and they gave me a RMA # and such as well and linked me to the form to fill out and such. I can't seem to find that on their site now though, and the support link I found was different than the one I did before...
  10. WoodburyMan

    Uniden Repair

    Can anyone link me to the spot on Uniden's website to fill out out a form or whatever for Repair? (This would be for US Support). On what I thought was their main support site, I filled in two forms so far to send my SDS100 in for repair, and have received nothing back. This was about 3 weeks...
  11. WoodburyMan

    ct radio/scanner shops

    They are a VERY good company too. They donate use of radios to volunteer organizations I'm a part of on a regular basis too. A good 20+ radio set too.
  12. WoodburyMan

    SDS100 -116db

    Yep. I contact support the other day, no reply yet. Looks like it will need a send in.
  13. WoodburyMan

    SDS100 -116db

    Fun note. Driving today I was using this and noted that it not only just display "-116db" but when I get closer to some sites (They have some sites lined along the highways I was driving on) it would show -55db and -60db constantly. So either -55db, -60db, or -116db. Nothing in between. Weird...
  14. WoodburyMan

    SDS100 -116db

    Yeah seems related perhaps. I have my SDS200 hooked up to ProScan, some interface issues like that make sense. This is just the plain SDS100 on its own though.
  15. WoodburyMan

    SDS100 -116db

    Latest, 1.10.00 Main, 1.02.01 Sub. I tried all filters, Normal, Invert, Wide, Wide Invert, Off, and all the Auto's with the same results more or less (Normal usually even on my SDS200 doesn't work well with any local signals I have as well). I also usually use Wide Normal for our 700-900mhz...
  16. WoodburyMan

    SDS100 -116db

    Greetings! I have a SDS100 and SDS200. I run them both off the same profile, and simply go to Target Model >>SDSx00, then save and write to the appropriate model scanner when updating my lists. Recently my SDS100 has had some strange behavior. I cannot track down when it started. Within the...
  17. WoodburyMan

    CLMRN (was CSERN)

    Oh neat. When I get back late tonight/tomorrow I will check Site L, A, and I for any changes as well. I scanned Site B on Sunday with DSD+ for an hour from Warren and found no changes.
  18. WoodburyMan

    CLMRN (was CSERN)

    We should probably tread lightly on this topic as it's a bit controversial.... I'll just state some experiences/facts that may rather than opinions/discussion to try and keep this from getting to squirrelly since we really should be discussing "E" per guidelines. Everyone can make up their own...
  19. WoodburyMan

    Suffield 152.3675 NAC 205

    The analog channel is most likely still used for one way pagers. Woodbury did the same thing, they went P25 Digital on all Mobile and Handhelds, forgot about the 100+ one way pagers they had for Volunteer FD and EMS. Didn't have the money for new ones so they left the analog up in simulcast of...
  20. WoodburyMan

    CLMRN (was CSERN)

    I 100% understand why they have the ESU TG's encrypted and I'm actually happy they do. Two incidents I heard on there back in the day with very revealing tactical information on them that should have have been in the clear for the officers safety. Tactical close range channels like that I fully...
Top