996-Programming P25 400 Mhz system without bandplan

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k2ns

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Is it possible to program in a UHF P25 system without the bandplan info ??? I want to program in the Yonkers, NY Police trunk system which is located at the bottom of this page:

http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?ctid=1884

All that is given are the 3 frequencies in the listing. The Yonkers system is not listed at the top of the page along with other trunked systems. I have no idea which channel is the Control channel, or any other info. Do stations in the 400 Mhz spectrum follow a standard bandplan ??? How do I tell which channel is the control channel ???


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Is it possible to program in a UHF P25 system without the bandplan info ??? I want to program in the Yonkers, NY Police trunk system which is located at the bottom of this page:

http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?ctid=1884

All that is given are the 3 frequencies in the listing. The Yonkers system is not listed at the top of the page along with other trunked systems. I have no idea which channel is the Control channel, or any other info. Do stations in the 400 Mhz spectrum follow a standard bandplan ??? How do I tell which channel is the control channel ???


RON
I looked at the link you posted, down at the bottom, the city of Yonkers is not part of the trunked system, they are conventional frequencies.
 

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Program the frequencies as conventional channels (not as P25 trunked). The scanner will detect that they are P25 and decode the audio.
 
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