Thanks for all your help. I just joined the upgrade but new change not in downloads yet. I have older scanners BC898 and PRO2052 and no computer cable yet. Can current talkgroup numbers be simply loaded into these older scanners or do you have to get individiual frequencies from the TRUNKING to enter them manually. I searched around but don't seem to get a proper understanding. Its going to take me awhile to come out of the CAVE! I've been listening to Simplex systems until now... Thanks Brian.Have you tried checking these?
ULS License - Public Safety Pool, Conventional License - KEM664 - HOWELL, TOWNSHIP OF - Frequencies Summary
ULS License - Public Safety Pool, Conventional License - KRI761 - HOWELL, TOWNSHIP OF - Frequencies Summary
ULS License - Public Safety Pool, Conventional License - WPMH569 - HOWELL, TOWNSHIP OF - Frequencies Summary
800 mhz listed for police
ULS License - PubSafty/SpecEmer/PubSaftyNtlPlan,806-817/851-862MHz,Conv License - WNVR740 - HOWELL, TOWNSHIP OF - Frequencies Summary
Possible they joined a trs? Not in your area but hope one of those above helps.
Checking the DB it says howell migrated to a trs. Scroll to bottom nearly and the primary channel is listed as a TDMA capable talgroup. They are trunked and part of a state wide system.
New Jersey Interoperability Communications System (NJICS) Trunking System, Statewide, Multi-State - Scanner Frequencies
Well this is interesting..I must be doing something wrong. I can receive the NJICS system just fine and can decode any Talk Group that comes up..all but Howell. I see 4525 and 4527 come up but never a decode. I am using FMP Fast Lane with DSDPlus decoder. Also was using Unitrunker with exactly the same results. Maybe someone can enlighten me. Am I on the right system? 773.3185 out of Wall is a good copy here in Howell. They are on that system? And like I said, I see thier TG's show up. Tell me what stupid thing I am doing? Thanks