I should not have posted that picture because it was taken more than 50 miles away from the tower. I will post another picture in just a few minutes and tell me what you think about it. Thanks for the reply sir!
Whistler scanners don't "trunk track" these systems, but instead they "decode the frequencies as they are scanning". I owned a TRX-2 and if you had a large system to monitor, if you tried to hold on a talk group, the scanner would "scan" all the frequencies and hope it would land on the talk group. Uniden behaves closer to how two-way radios handle these systems and is why they're more expensive because of the technology and licenses they have to purchase to implement in the scanner.I have been told to run the LCN finder on EVERY site. This can be very time-consuming, depending on how active the system is. From what I understand, Uniden scanners need to have the LCN programmed into them correctly, but the LCN doesn’t matter on the Whistler scanners. I am certainly not an expert on this, maybe somebody else can add to this
Thanks Ubbe,You only need to program more than one site if other sites carries different kinds of traffic. If the lack of traffic intensity makes it difficult tp get the last couple of LCN's, then run with what you have discovered so far. If the system use those LCN's that seldom then you will also encounter missed traffic that seldom.