4 talk groups on a 5 channel system. That's efficiency at it's finest.Maybe the same guy who operates this system
I concur.Higher cost with higher complexity and potentially lower reliability and lower geographic diversity. I call it technology gone astray.
LOL all that wasted capacity. I know they offer subsciption services but it seems as though no one has bought into it. A shame because its sounds like a decent system. For such a small radio shop, I am surprised they built it out that much for like 1 active tg.You should see the silliness we have here in Tampa. Like a 4-frequency cap+ system with only 1 active TG for an ambulance company.
Did you tune them or make a list and scan? Others have shown that many of these frequencies are, in fact, licensed to a local REACT group. REACT is mostly volunteer and that makes it transient by nature, so I wouldn't recommend removal after just a mere "hours on end," I'd give it at least a few weeks.Unless anybody has more insight on these frequencies and when they could be heard, I think it's safe to remove them.
I tuned my TRX-1 to them yesterday and for hours on end there was nothing but complete silence.