CLMRN (was CSERN)

Seajaydunn

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Try this...
Go to RR Frequency Database
Select CLMRN Database
Under Name choose your site.
Click on the site your interested in, Under the site name it will show a line and lead you to the next page.
Under the site MAP it lists the frequencies in use.
Additional information click on the site callsign. It will show all frequencies licensed for the site but the frequency list should
show the frequencies in use.

Hope this helps...

Mike OTR
By mapping out sites, I mean with DSDPlus
 

Dickie_10

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Is anybody able to map out the Troop B, C, D, K, and L simulcast sites to see if CTS added more frequencies to them? I know they already added more frequencies to the Troop A, E, F, and I simulcast sites.
Here's Troop K DSDplus output, it matches the database. I'll map and post the Troop B & L sites later - I can't receive the C&D sites. I'll also redo Troop F, some of the 800mhz frequencies have changed since my October 13th post and the database is not current.

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Code:
2019/11/10  17:38:49  Freq=853.912500  NAC=3A0  Current site:  1.30
2019/11/10  17:38:50  Freq=853.912500  NAC=3A0  Current network:  BEE00.3A9
2019/11/10  17:38:50  Freq=853.912500  NAC=3A0  Current site:  BEE00.3A9-1.30
2019/11/10  17:38:51  Freq=853.912500  NAC=3A0  BEE00.3A9-1.30 neighbor:  Site BEE00.3A9-1.26; CC=1-1908  773.93125
2019/11/10  17:38:51  Freq=853.912500  NAC=3A0  BEE00.3A9-1.30 neighbor:  Site BEE00.3A9-1.33; CC=1-2058  774.86875     ISOLATED
2019/11/10  17:38:51  Freq=853.912500  NAC=3A0  BEE00.3A9-1.30 neighbor:  Site BEE00.3A9-1.25; CC=0-191  852.2000
2019/11/10  17:38:52  Freq=853.912500  NAC=3A0  BEE00.3A9-1.30 neighbor:  Site BEE00.3A9-1.24; CC=1-1928  774.05625
2019/11/10  17:38:52  Freq=853.912500  NAC=3A0  BEE00.3A9-1.30 neighbor:  Site BEE00.3A9-1.28; CC=1-2004  774.53125
2019/11/10  17:38:52  Freq=853.912500  NAC=3A0  BEE00.3A9-1.30 neighbor:  Site BEE00.3A9-1.27; CC=1-1968  774.30625
 

cg

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More as in since the Moto Type II was shut down and the P25 system was turned on or more in the last month?
Any site that has only 2 control channels will probably be getting more (if there are any left with only 2)
My logs show:
B - 6 frequencies
C - 6 frequencies
H - 12 frequencies
L - 6 frequencies
Htfd SA - 6 frequencies
 

oldtimeradio

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Just FYI
I live in Stafford CT and receiving Troop C on 700Mhz on SDS200 AND
Troop D 800Mhz Simulcast has Troop C D E K and DEEP Group. CC 852.200 Mhz
Even still works on my Radio Shack Pro-106 and OK on Uniden 996P2 (800Mhz)
 

jperuta

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More as in since the Moto Type II was shut down and the P25 system was turned on or more in the last month?
Any site that has only 2 control channels will probably be getting more (if there are any left with only 2)
My logs show:
B - 6 frequencies
C - 6 frequencies
H - 12 frequencies
L - 6 frequencies
Htfd SA - 6 frequencies
Quick question why does H have the most Frequencies?
 

APX7500X2

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This is going back 10 Months but I was told by someone close to the system that A, E, F, G, H & I were all going to have 12 channels and all others would have a Min of 6. When the system is final we will know, I was told (Again 10 months ago) it would be final with all the channels and such by march 2020, but things could have changed
 

cg

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I would imagine they will have more channel capacity where they could have the most traffic.
So, since P25 control channel frequency doesn't carry a voice slot, that gives 10 voice paths on those sites with 6 frequencies, and 22 on those with 12 frequencies.
It seems like a lot but imagine a city like Hartford using the system. They would tie up a big chunk of those slots. Add in a few other towns and the regular CSP traffic and you will see the system very busy.
Those sites that were running 700MHz have added the old 800 from the Motorola Type II to the mix and have 12 frequencies.

chris
 

Seajaydunn

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I would imagine they will have more channel capacity where they could have the most traffic.
So, since P25 control channel frequency doesn't carry a voice slot, that gives 10 voice paths on those sites with 6 frequencies, and 22 on those with 12 frequencies.
It seems like a lot but imagine a city like Hartford using the system. They would tie up a big chunk of those slots. Add in a few other towns and the regular CSP traffic and you will see the system very busy.
Those sites that were running 700MHz have added the old 800 from the Motorola Type II to the mix and have 12 frequencies.

chris
Maybe down the line. Currently, each site only has 2-6 TDMA channels and there are very few TDMA talkgroups. Does anybody know when they are going to update the entire system to TDMA?
 

awasser1

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I dont think Hartford will ever use the system. They are poor and have no money They are still using an antiquated EDACS system.
 
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They are still using an antiquated EDACS system.
I was their vendor for PBX telephone systems in the early 90's when the EDACS system went on line.

Before the trunked system went on-line,they used the individual frequencies Simplex for surveillance.
 

matt04

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I was their vendor for PBX telephone systems in the early 90's when the EDACS system went on line.

Before the trunked system went on-line,they used the individual frequencies Simplex for surveillance.
IIRC from a old scanner guide, they used VHF for fire and UHF for police.
 
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from a old scanner guide, they used VHF for fire and UHF for police.
True.

PD was on 460. They had 4 channels - North, South, MV Info and one more channel.

The 800 frequencies were in use secretly, while they we still on the 460 frequencies.

Fire has been on 154.31 for ages.
 

900mhz

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Hartford appears to have ~90-100 TGs on the EDACS system and 14 channels plus the ones they removed to use for HFD as conventional. If Hartford joins CLMRN I suspect they would add those to the currrent 5 channel Hartford stand alone site or have a have a new site.
still doesnt change the situation. If they want in on the system, it must be under their own dime. Dont even dare to ask for financial help. I live 35 miles from Hartford and I will be damned if one penny goes to their radio upgrades via state monies. They knew about this for quite some time. Let the liberals drown in bankruptcy.
 

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How quaint that you think you have any say in this. They'll get a combination of state and federal money to replace the system and/or join the state system.

still doesnt change the situation. If they want in on the system, it must be under their own dime. Dont even dare to ask for financial help. I live 35 miles from Hartford and I will be damned if one penny goes to their radio upgrades via state monies. They knew about this for quite some time. Let the liberals drown in bankruptcy.
 

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How quaint that you think you have any say in this. They'll get a combination of state and federal money to replace the system and/or join the state system.
First off, you dont live in Connecticut. Second off, you do not know me or who I know.
 

garys

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Well, I know enough about you to know that I don't have to take you post seriously, so there's that.
 
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