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G5, TxWARN Motorola network programming

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I already programmed TXWARN p25 for hpd and hfd and its working great, but cant get txwarn Motorola up and running for all the other agencies in Harris County. The communication shop told me both warn id bee00 and system id 1a7 are the same, am i using the exact same sites to or no and what do i do with protocal or do i not use that when listen,
 

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I already programmed TXWARN p25 for hpd and hfd and its working great, but cant get txwarn Motorola up and running for all the other agencies in Harris County. The communication shop told me both warn id bee00 and system id 1a7 are the same, am i using the exact same sites to or no and what do i do with protocal or do i not use that when listen,
HPD/HFD use Zone 3 sites (RFSS 3 in the RR database), Harris County agencies use Zone 1/2 sites.

And the G5 won't work on this system...

Texas Wide Area Radio Network (TxWARN) Motorola Trunking System, Metro Houston area, Texas - Scanner Frequencies

Only this one...

Texas Wide Area Radio Network (TxWARN) (P25) Trunking System, Various, Texas - Scanner Frequencies
 

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I wonder why they told me this g5 would work for Harris county sheriff's and Harris county constables, that's the reason I bout it from the communications store, and they program radios daily, it's gotta be a way
 

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Maybe that's why he told me to use the same wacn and system ID since the network is the same just one is phase 2 and other one is mixed
 

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Got it, had to do 2 p25 sites one for hpd and HfD and other for other agencies it works
 

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Was it easy to program. I am really thinking of getting one of these receivers. So does it work for Harris County Sheriff and Constables? How is the quality compared to uniden or whistler scanners?
 

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Where would you recommend I order one or is there a houston location to get same day?


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Thanks for the offer to help. I think I am savy enough to program it but I will contact you for issues I may have.


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