What should I label that TG with? Have any of you guys been listening to the new TG's?wabc770 said:Stark County Sheriff TGID has been often heard on TG 19312 with EMS comms
at the Balloon Classic. Maybe I should turn off the computer, take the 15 min drive
to KSU and enjoy the events :lol:
Most of the references were to Plain Twp, but I can't confirm if it's just their id or one devoted to special events or something like that.xusmarine1979 said:What should I label that TG with? Have any of you guys been listening to the new TG's?
Ya, it's that 'yellow dot' frequency, so ya never know what'll show up there...after16b said:I was up in that area on Saturday/Sunday last. I heard the chatter on 464.550/DPL152 as mentioned above. It is a repeater, and I could hear it in North Canton. I don't have any better ideas about what it is being used for, though. Being on 464.550 would mean it is probably a temporary repeater, possibly rental.
Good listening, no doubt!! I had the GMRS/FRS running on one scanner, and put 151-154 into a search on another and let 'er run wild. The county was running amok with balloonists and chase teams!16b said:During the balloon thingy I heard all sorts of balloon chatter on GMRS, FRS, and VHF/UHF business band. Pretty neat to listen to. One dude sounded like he was going to have a heart attack getting himself so worked up about finding something on the map.
I have the same problem. Not really sure why it does it. That's why I can't wait for the reband, hopefully it will help clear it up.rreed4 said:Along the lines of the Canton/Stark County System, I too want to monitor HOF operations but I am not sure if I have the systems programmed properly. I have them programmed as 2 seperate systems. They are programmed as control channel only. Am I correct in doing that? Didn't know if the systems were linked in some way. It seems that I am missing some traffic.
I am using a 396 from North Canton. I hear the Akron TRS much better than Canton/Stark. MARCS works well too.
Also, it was interesting to monitor the hot air balloons on FMRS when they were in flight.