When ASTRO-25 systems were un-monitorable, the State of Colorado and Austin/Travis County allowed media access to their systems with Motorola radios. San Antonio/Bexar County and Oklahoma City both allow the media to monitor a select number of talk groups on their systems. And I believe that Atlanta/Cobb County allowed the media access to their systems with Motorola radios prior to the release of Motorola trunk tracking scanners. The list could probably go on, but media access to public safety systems isn't so rare.Actually, Com-4...grem is right. It's a VERY RARE thing that a public safety organization would grant access to the media if they're on a not so scanner friendly system. One or two examples aren't going to cut it.
You're probably right on this one, but if Com-4 has enough business coming in to sell M/A-COM radios, good for him. I can't criticize a man for making a buck or two!Most people who listen to scanners are cheap and wouldn't know quality if it fell in their lap (just take a look at the JUNK being sold), so I highly doubt they're going to fork out the $$ for a MA/COM radio.
I believe you already asked that question in a thread called "Gainsville frequencies".spiritwolfpr said:Hello Friends:
I wonder If I could listen to PD and fire/rescue
Correct. If you want to listen to my Alachua County Fire Rescue feed, you have to download the client here: http://www.butel.nl/easy/eazystream_clientsetup.zipbravo14 said:if you have a eazystreamclient you can download it forgot the site. here is the gainesville feed alachuacounty.no-ip.org that has to use that eazystream.