Exact location unknown, but it's in that general area according to the crappy and vague MTA map of the sites.
If I were to guess, Somewhere downtown, within 30-45 feet of the train tracks.
I've connected my main antenna. I went to the control freq on Zone 3. Nothing. I'm starting to think maybe I'm getting signal block by building with over 20 cellular antennas. RF readings are maxed out on Trifield meter.
And what antenna might that be? How is it connected? I find with this system, a good antenna and antenna placement can be vital to receiving a good decode. If possible it may be vital to point the antenna south toward the direction of Harrison, and see if it improves. There are just so many ways of troubleshooting.
In my opinion, the system in general is trash. Crappy reception, crappy infrastructure, poor audio, the option of LTE, etc etc. The police depts that were unfortunately roped into it say it sucks. Some radio techs even admit it. MTA overplayed their hand and is pushing this system wayyyyy too hard on local police depts, especially in southern Westchester. I don't know how, but the departments that are agreeing to cut over are none the wiser.