Does anyone have the frequencies being used by Hackensack Meridian and RWJ paramedics for dispatching? I know they talk on local dispatch when going into the towns but each had to be dispatched by their respective dispatch centers.
Just an update, I'm hearing nothing on that system. I'm using the frequencies for the New Brunswick Simulcast, as I'm a few miles away from New Brunswick and I'm hearing nothing at all.New Jersey Interoperability Communications System (NJICS) some one set it up real nice for this monitoring!!!
Oh, I thought they were on all sites, but still I should hear RWJ since they operate in New Brunswick, East Brunswick, North Brunswick, Somerset and some other places around here and Hackensack has Perth Amboy, Sayreville and a few others. Any ideas which sites I should program in to listen to these in Middlesex and Ocean counties? Both organizations operate in MIddlesex and Ocean counties.Not necessarily, no. The system doesn't work that way. Talkgroups are only carried on sites that they need to be carried on. If no Hackensack or RWJ radios are affiliated with those talkgroups on the sites you're scanning, you won't hear anything.
The only software ever written for the PRO-160/162 was ARC160, so there is no alternate choice. The software works just fine for supporting that older model scanner, however when it comes to some of the newer scanner models, I prefer software like ProScan (only works with Uniden scanners).Is there better software to program the Pro-160 that you'd recommend that also interfaces with RR?