OH/WV DB Admin
- Dec 5, 2006
- Carroll Co OH / EN90LN
OK. I don't doubt that they are online. BUT, please do consider reviewing all of the frequencies on each of the site licenses that you can copy -- if you have a scanner capable of digital and you know the difference between what an EDACS control channel and a P25 control channel sound like. Because when they turn up a new P25 site, the old EDACS site is often online for a little while -- So you may find EDACS still monitorable but might be surprised by an active P25 control channel at the same site. I'm not just mentioning this for your sake, but for the sake of anyone else reading this. EDACS Online does not [necessarily] mean that P25 is not online at the same location.Thanks for your reply...Both Kingston and Bolt are still active on EDACS system.
I monitor AEP regularly...
Logan, Madison, Hershaw, Coal Fork, Ansted and Duo are all online, and they surround the sites you monitor and are neighbors/peers. So if the sites you monitor do not have P25 online yet, they probably will soon.
Google Map - Lists all licensed frequencies for each site (at least in most states).
If you have a Uniden digital scanner (which you probably do since you were asking about Sentinel), then you could use Search mode to search 854 mhz - 862 mhz for the existence of any P25 control channels within monitoring distance of you. If you happen to do a search and find any, please let us know anything/everything that your display reports. It's really best to use Pro96Com / Unitrunker / DSDPlus to sleuth out the P25 sites in full detail, but if you do not have access to them you can at least get some information from the P25 control channel in Search mode.