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Help with monitoring new APCO-25 Military systems in 380Mhz Range

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I am trying to monitor several different systems that are listed as Military APCO-25, like the "Joint National Capital Region (Fort AP Hill)" in Caroline County VA., but I can not figure out how to program scanner. There is no offset, spacing etc like other 400 Military trunked systems. I can pick up the digital traffic in conventional model but can not get my scanner to trunk on this system. Any help appeciated.

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First off, what scanner are you using? Only the BCD396 and 996 can trunk in this band; other trunktrackers can listen to them as a conventional frequency, but can't trunk them.

This is assuming that the Joint National Capitol Region system is running in the clear; some are not (here in Central Md. we have one that is, one that isn't). If it's running 9600 baud with encryption, forget it - you won't be able to hear anything. That's supposed to be the standard on this band, but evidently it isn't always followed. 73s Mike
 

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Thanks for the info, that answers the question. I have a BC296D

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