I am going to presume that you have the Washington county P-25 trunked system programmed into your scanner. Not the conventional frequencies. The reason for asking is that PW has migrated to the P-25 system. Have you assigned a scanlist to what you have imported? What programming software?All trunked Public Works frequencies listed at the RR website for Washington County, MD. Thanks.
That feels to me like you've been given the 'brush-off.'I am receiving public works but nothing being transmitted by the Washington County, MD Highway Department (formerly the Roads Dept.) I have discussed this issue with W.C. Comm. Mntce. and their reply has been to inform me that the hex/dec programming is unknown by the County due to the radio's random trunked assignment. Thanks.
The county is telling you to keep looking at RadioReference?Further advice from the Co. Comm. Mntce. office asks that i keep check at the RR site to possibly download the "hacked" data needed for programming the PRO-106.
Do you have a Group Wildcard in the scanlist? It will let you hear whatever goes on. Another thing to look for is TG's that have similar numbers as what the county PW TG's have. Example: 3410, 3412, 3414, etc.. They usually keep it in the same area when programming the radios. Hacked data. what a laughFurther advice from the Co. Comm. Mntce. office asks that i keep check at the RR site to possibly download the "hacked" data needed for programming the PRO-106. Among the limited amount of people I know that use a scanner, NONE of them are able to confirm receiving any traffic by the Washington County Roads Department. Thanks.