Here is a realtively cheap solution. Buy a cheap Baofeng and then you can listen to 7a 154.16 and 7b 153.950 all day without depending on a hobbyist to stream. You can also LISTEN to Weather, GMRS, FRS, AMATEUR Repeaters and SIMPLEX and MURS and it will cost you $20-$30.I can't seem to find anyone streaming MCDFRS TG's anymore. I'd ideally like to listen to the analog audio of 154.1600MHz for MoCo DFRS Dispatch. Anything?
Maus, as long as he is in Montg County he should have no issue with a VHF portable. I read it as he cant find anyone streaming 7a on one of the apps like Broadcastify or Radio Scanner. Several of the Volunteer Stations like Cabin John used to stream it but has since stopped as well. Im kinda surprised actually.The OP may have difficulty receiving 154.160 OTA, hence the inquiry.
Only one cch for any one system will be active at a time.While taking a look at Unitrunker right now running on the Montgomery System their are 4 active control channels but only the 853.86250 is doing all the controlling with over 4 thousand radios on the air. The other 3 are totally controlling zero. Been like this for the past 20 minutes..Also it seems a lot of ah activity is going on and that is all i will say about that matter and a lot of blank spaces making calls on the system to tg's ..
is this what your looking for?
I also wish that there was a live one but this one is not to far off I just listen to it in another tab along side others like A5 and 9A
Yeah here is the link to the Node as well BroadcastifyYeah, that's what I was trying to find. For some reason, it was not showing up last night on Broadcastify and a search was coming up empty there, too. Thanks BJC123 and Wireless, too for the suggestions.
You could conceivably blank out an essential communication - and also violate federal law. Do you have $10,000+ to spare?Yeah here is the link to the Node as well Broadcastify
It has like a 25-30 second delay but its not bad.
Also, a general question regarding the Baofeng that wireless suggested... I have a Baofeng but I have barely used it because I am afraid of accidentally transmitting, so I am just curious in the worst-case scenario I accidentally PTT on 154.160 what will happen?
Well, you could post the model number of the radio in question. Someone could then find a user / tech manual and research if it is possible to disable the transmit function, and reference the procedure. I'd take it to a qualified tech if you are unsure / uncomfortable performing the procedure yourself.Yeah there is some way to prevent the Baofeng from transmitting but I have never tried it someone else might be able to provide more information.
You can set Rx only with with CHIRP software. Not sure about doing directly on the Baofeng radio.In reading other threads in which the use of tranceivers as receivers was mentioned, i recall mention of programming the frequencies as receive only to prevent any possibility of transmitting. Is this possible with the Baofeng?