Finding Local Trunked System

IDAHOME24

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I would check the frequencies in the license I linked. That license is actually for the ski resort.
I wasn't under the impression that I could hear the traffic with the frequencies alone. Don't I need to know the System Type in order to build these frequencies into a favorites list?

I am going to try a conventional discovery on the SDS100 with a 890.000-940.000 MHZ range. I think the Conventional Discovery feature should be able to pull the info on a new trunked radio system.
 
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I wasn't under the impression that I could hear the traffic with the frequencies alone. Don't I need to know the System Type in order to build these frequencies into a favorites list?

I am going to try a conventional discovery on the SDS100 with a 890.000-940.000 MHZ range
I would start by listening to them conventionally first to see if any traffic matches what you’d expect then go from there.
 

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I'm just now getting time to circle back to this. Thanks for asking, KevinC.

I ran a conventional discovery between 860 and 960 MHz and got 19 hits. 5 of them being frequencies unknown to my scanner. I did not hear any audio or voice traffic during discovery session. Just static. The 5 unknown frequencies were shorter transmissions. All of the known frequencies timed out at 30 sec, which is what I had the scanner set at to move onto the next frequency. I'm not entirely sure what that means, but it is a pattern that I noticed when reviewing the file. DFI.JPG

This is what I picked up.
 
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