I beg to differ. Don't know where the OP lives but.... I'm in the Sarasota / Manatee County area and FPL trunk tracks just fine here. Pefect reception.FPL cannot be trunked because they are on a narrowband EDACS. You have to enter all the frequencies for your area as a regular FM channel. You will hear the EDACS beeping noise at the end of every transmission though.
I asked the same question http://forums.radioreference.com/florida-radio-discussion-forum/81407-fpl.html
I went to my psr-500 and did this. I set up for EDACS Narrow for system than set up the freqs in order than I went and looked under expert below and found invert data and check yes on it to trunk and hear the transmission. I'm not sure on 106 is different or same.i have them programned into my pro 106 off this database but i never hear anything can someone explain what im doing wrong
I think the same result would be achieved by any scanner that is specified to receive narrowband EDACS systems; which includes, in addition to some Uniden models, a number of models from both GRE and Radio Shack.Maybe it's different for the Unidens? (Based on your signature)
I have a question. I am having trouble keeping the TG holding. I hear a transmission than it drops and I hear both sides than it drops than I hear one side of the tx same thing with rx.No problem trunk tracking FPL here in Brevard Co. on the east coast with Uniden.
The 5 digit number might be radio id. I have the psr-500. When you see the 5 digit again see what it says. On the TG for daytona meter c/d radio id came up 11000 for dispatch and11049 for truck sounds like.Brewkelyn said:I don't have my scanner with me but I quick-saved probably 4 or 5 additional talkgroups last night. A few were wierd with like a 3-digit number on the left end of my display and a 5-digit number on the right side, at the same time. Don't know what that's about.