Uploaded 2hrs worth or soFRCC is definitely phase-2 capable, however Most of the stuff I have seen thus far has been Phase-1. The trick is to look at your channel grant tab.
Phase-2 transmissions will have a "/0" or "/1" after the voice frequency. This is the slot on the frequency (i.e. Phase-2 = space for two conversations on a single frequency).
Also, frequencies can alternate between phase-1 and phase-2 depending on system loads. If a talkgroup is using phase-2 and a phase-1 radio affiliates the group will revert to phase-1 mode.
You could technically see the same frequency listed three times:
Also, the new Uniden scanners will show something other than "P25", "DAT" or "LNK" when receiving a phase-2 transmission. I can't remember exactly what is shows, but it is something like PS0 or PS1. I am sure you can find out somewhere in the Uniden forum.
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Are you Able to Receive this Signal from Gilcrest? I'm not getting it in Ft.lupton772.78125 is currently showing as North Metro Fire Rescue callsign WQTQ632 located in Broomfield. It appears it may be part of Adams County.
Currently, tower 540 is showing as Phase 1 connected to towers 522 (Adams Simulcast), 530 (Weld Simulcast) and 555 (Fort Lupton).
Yes, it was fairly decent in signal strength this morning in Gilcrest however is very weak now that it is noon.Are you Able to Receive this Signal from Gilcrest? I'm not getting it in Ft.lupton
A thread from May touched on this topic and that this tower may be used to cover parts of Adams County:I would be very curious to know why, and for what purposes/agency uses, this site was constructed...