Cassville RRSP has the same CC frequency as 3 other MOSWIN sites. I do not believe that you could be picking up the RRSP site as it is south of Monett. Your scanner will say that but you are probably receiving the Fair Grove sight that has the same control channel and is a lot closer. You could verify what site it is by the voice frequencies as they are different for each site or you could tell by the NAC if they are updated and correct in the database.I have a site on a P25 Statewide system it as RRSP after the site of the county the sites in. what does RRSP mean? thank you..
If ambulance service is supplied by a county department and not some private organization, they should be in the same 56xx talkgroup range that the other Mississippi county talkgroups are in.I was told that was outdated information. So that's why I thought I would ask here.
DMR vs P25 and trunking can be determined by the radio model they are using. He also may mean that they have MOSWIN radios but run operations on DMR. You can also search FCC database and see what emissions they are licensed for. If they're doing it right it will show DMR as an emission they are licensed for.Anyone know of a Mississippi Co Ambulance TGID? I am trying to help a friend program a scanner however I do not see it on the MOSWIN system. He is fairly certain they run on MOSWIN but there has not been a update for it.
Are you talking about the old Low Band channels on 42.100 and 42.120 or the Talkgroups for Troop D Dispatch on Moswin?Troop D, WEST, SOUTH Dispatch.
no, Talkgroups'. You never heard of Dispatch East , West and South?Are you talking about the old Low Band channels on 42.100 and 42.120 or the Talkgroups for Troop D Dispatch on Moswin?
If Moswin, I never knew they carried the South and West names over to the respective talkgroups on the Moswin system.
I know they use low band more in Troop D compared with Troop C where it's rarely used but both channels are still tested every Sunday morning with tests to several troopers with the Troop C boundries.