Police comms are totally encrypted. Fire & EMS (may) be able to be monitored (not a listener as no Phase II capability).I may be moving back to the area and would like to know if the new Camden Co NJ Police radio system can be monitored? I have a '536 and HP2. Thanks, Tom.
Funny, everyone in Camden County with the exception of a few of us hate the system.Hi all
OK, so I had a chance to be in Camden County on Tuesday (2-3) & I got to hear the new phase II system on my BCD436HP. It sounds great! Except that the police are encrypted as has been sad earlier. It almost sounds like analog, it came in so well.
I live in Buck County, Pa & that is supposed to be switched over to a 700 MHz phase II system. If it sounds anything like Camden Co I'll be really happy.
Now, I might have to upgrade my BCD996T to a 536.
AND when I got back to Bucks County Tuesday I actually picked up Camden Co in the parking lot of the Ford dealer that I work at. I was really surprised.
does the information on this site under the Philly Guide tab mean that we can tune into Camden County frequencies? or does it not matter since the Camden County is encrypted? I'm new to radios and I'm trying to figure out whether or not to buy one to listen to my local Berlin/Voorhees PD.
Switch over channels are usually so the PD can talk to each other without tying up the dispatch channel. I have a 325P2 and I do not have the "weak signal no audio" issue you describe.What are the "switch-over" police talkgroups. Also, does anyone who has a Uniden BCD325P2 scanner recieve a weak signal( no audio) on police and fire/ ems talkgroups? Thanks.