Amazon Stockton DMR Color Code and TG ID

medic2442

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Hello All,
I was wondering if anyone can help me in my quest for finding out what the DMR color codes and TG ID's is for Amazon SMF3 (Stockton) and SCK1 (Stockton). I have the frequencies programmed into my radio and can see activity on the frequencies but since I do not know the color code it does not break squelch and the TG ID's would be nice so I only hear traffic from Amazon and not everyone. Thanks.
 

sonm10

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I'm not from your area nor do I know what radio you have, but uniden scanners (those which support dmr) can be set for both ID search and cc search. ID search will be under system options and cc search will be under site frequencies

Not sure if this helps or not but more info is needed
 

mcjones2013

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I have only mapped out the SMF1 (Sacramento) warehouse, but from what I've heard talking to other people near Amazon warehouses, most of the systems are set up similarly (8 standalone frequencies, 2 talkgroups per frequencies with for a total of 16 talkgroups).

For the SMF1 warehouse, I have my scanner programmed as a DMR One-Frequency system, with 1 Site (SMF1), and all 8 frequencies programmed into that one site, each with their respective color code assigned. I then program all 16 talkgroups in for the system. I have the system in ID Scan mode (not ID Search).

If they're programming like SMF1, I would recommend the following programming (below), using the method I describe above. This is just speculation, so I can't guarantee the talkgroups or color codes are accurate for the warehouses you're asking for.

Also attached is a letter Amazon has submitted with various new warehouses to the FCC that describe the different uses for the talkgroups, although it doesn't give what order they are in, but it can be assumed it's in order as listed.

Amazon.com-SCK1 (WRDA756)
451.7750 TG6100 CC7
451.7750 TG6200 CC7
452.0500 TG6300 CC8
452.0500 TG6400 CC8
461.1250 TG6500 CC9
461.1250 TG6500 CC9
461.8000 TG6600 CC10
461.8000 TG6700 CC10
462.1250 TG6800 CC11
462.1250 TG6800 CC11
463.6875 TG6900 CC12
463.6875 TG7000 CC12
464.2250 TG7100 CC13
464.2250 TG7200 CC13
464.7750 TG7300 CC14
464.7750 TG7400 CC14
Amazon.com-SMF3 (WRBV945)
452.0000 TG6100 CC7
452.0000 TG6200 CC7
452.2125 TG6300 CC8
452.2125 TG6400 CC8
461.3000 TG6500 CC9
461.3000 TG6500 CC9
461.6375 TG6600 CC10
461.6375 TG6700 CC10
463.3250 TG6800 CC11
463.3250 TG6800 CC11
463.6250 TG6900 CC12
463.6250 TG7000 CC12
464.1750 TG7100 CC13
464.1750 TG7200 CC13
464.8750 TG7300 CC14
464.8750 TG7400 CC14
Amazon FCC Letter.PNG
 

medic2442

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Thank you all for the info. I have a Baofeng DM-1701 dual band two way radio. This was a cheap option at $99.00 on Amazon compared to a more expensive Uniden scanner. It's a two way radio nonetheless so it doesn't have a CC and ID search. That's why I was asking for the info. I also work for Worldwide Flight Services at the Stockton Airport and we contract with Amazon to handle Amazon Prime Air. We used to be UHF conventional but when we got new radios, we got Motorola XPR 3300e DMR radios. So now us, including our Sacramento division at the Sacramento International Airport are on DMR.

On a side note, I've asked management if they have any info as far as the frequencies, CC and TG ID's for our radios and they say they don't have that info, that it was not provided to them when the radios were given to them to use. So if anyone has any info on frequencies, CC's and TG ID's for Worldwide Flight Services Stockton and Sacramento that would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
 

mcjones2013

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So if anyone has any info on frequencies, CC's and TG ID's for Worldwide Flight Services Stockton and Sacramento that would be greatly appreciated.
Try these for SMF (WREJ348 - WORLD WIDE FLIGHT SERVICES). They filed an application on 07/20/2020 that they've constructed their system. It appears to be simplex.
451.3375MOSACRAMENTOCA
451.5375MOSACRAMENTOCA
456.3375MOSACRAMENTOCA
456.4375MOSACRAMENTOCA
456.5375MOSACRAMENTOCA
 
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