I guess on this type of system in DSD+ phraseology it has Supergroups with subgroups. Supergroup 65132 had subgroups in the usual EDACS talkgroup numbers in the 270's. I am learning more.Any talkgroups higher than 65000 are probably dynamically assigned talkgroups for temporary patches.
I would hold off submitting anything to the database for now. For all we know these two devisions could be removed after x amount of time like the others. Yesterday the county so and ohp were also on there but now they arent.New Talk Groups Heard
Talk group 273 is Hefner (Based on radio traffic "Hefner to Air One")
Talk group 274 is Springlake (Based on radio traffic "Unit## to Springlake.)
I do not know how to find HEX . I hope someone here does and submits it to RRDB
I see where you are coming from, but this system isn't fully up/online yet (in my thoughts - and I'm just a scanner enthusiast like yourself). Many of the licensed frequencies are being used by the current EDACS system, so they wouldn't "enable" them on the P25 system until the EDACS gets turned off/back. I doubt they would transition to a radio system with less capability than their current (new with only 6 freq is a max of 10 or 11 concurrent groups, old "core" has 17 possible concurrent groups). As for the DB, I think all the possible freq are listed for now. I'd rather have too many vs too few if I was travelling from somewhere else and trying to listen to this. Most scanners (and real radios) just need the control channels, so one could argue that's all we need in there too...
I appreciate that insight. I haven't considered those facts. I wish they'd get done with it. Anticipation is getting at me.Broken Arrow did that coming over from their EDACS and Opensky System. One by one the frequencies would be switched over to P25 as more users were migrated.
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I went to the Embark terminal downtown because I needed route 40 to Walmart on south Santa Fe. Spotted a off duty PD doing security for them. I said to him, "I hear you're getting a new radio system ". He replied, "I don't know. They never tell us nothing. " I told him its APCO P25 PHASE II and it sounds slot better. He was like okay. Then I went about my business.Im anxious for fire to start showing up. So far we have ocpd 273, 274, 276 and at times tac 6 of Embark at 860. Havent been listening to 860 so not sure what they are using that TG for. All I know is ocpd dispatch sounds muffled, readable but muffled. Not sure if these will stay or not. The first time they showed up they dissapeared a week or so later. Im also wondering if they are going to keep the same TG numbers.
A litttle more than a few I would say DSDPlus nabbed all of these right off the Control Channel over the period of 30 days.It doesn't surprise me that end users aren't aware. Their (OCPD) current radios are capable of the new system - they might not notice much difference once they are swapped over. I spoke with a FD guy and he had heard of the new system, but not much about it. He was just hopeful that it would provide better coverage than the current one. I'm pretty impressed with the current, but I'm not an end user either.
As to what groups are linked, I think it's all dynamic linking, just like any other trunked system (just between two different "flavors"). If there were to be a radio affiliate on the new system on the FD talkgroups, I bet they would link over. As it is, it only looks like a few radios are affiliating on the new system, and they are on 320,324,330,332,335,273 (Hefner) and 274 (SpringLake). I would guess that's the radio tech's radios and/or test radios. They are in the 500xxx RID range.
Every red cent comes from taxpayers. Every single "program" the government has albeit grants, loans, etc it all from from taxpayers paying it.Out of curiosity was this system paid for by tax payers, grants or both? It doesnt matter I just thought I would ask. Never really knew how radio systems like these are paid for.
A Rough Guess Based on a Real ScheduleInteresting. The dates seen to be all in 2016.