A NAC is broadcast from the site and has nothing to do with the end user.
The first two characters are the last two characters of the system ID.
The last character is the analog Motorola Connect tone for the site.
All Zone 1's NACs start with 2D and the 3rd character changes from area to area depending on the Connect Tone.
Since NAC's are digital, you will never find one on an analog transmission.
So....... what your saying i guess is with 782d as the system ID and 105.88 as the connect tone
the NAC should be 2d0 ?
The Connect Tone will usually be the same for towers in one geographic area.
With a large number of sites, many Fleetnet sites share the same Connect Tone.
THE NAC IS 2D4 and for the Niagara Regional Police it's 293
No.. not every site will have the same connect tone.
By definition, since as I already said there is only a handful of tones (and as is obvious, there are many handfuls of sites), multiple sites use the same connect tone. However, where sites share the same frequencies as another, as they often do in the Ontario Fleetnet system, they cannot use the same connect tone.
I guarantee you all sites aren't 105.88.
so...................... I guess we know Fleetnet Zone 1 digital talkgroups trunked are 2D0 and niagara regional police conventional digitals , encrypted, but 2d4 .