I would also like to know how Montgomery is coming along, they're supposed to transition anytime now. Any info would be appreciated.
Thank you for the info. Also talked to deputy sheriff of Fremont Co and they should be going online any day now as they are using two TG's. 30201 for Law and 30205 for County Fire. There will probably more TG's later.
Saw this today.
Okay, I took a look, and noted that this tower (NAC=4C1 - Site 2.46) is not listed in RadioReference's database of ISICS.Humboldt site is up. Repeater is active. Humboldt is using TG 32717 right now as they test radios with dispatch.
Occasionally there is some dispatch going on. Not sure if this is City or county yet.
Repeater has been running for 3 or 4 weeks with sporadic traffic.
Very busy this week...
Site: 2.46 NAC=4C1 BSI=CHANGEME ; Humboldt - Humboldt County
Neighbor: BEE00.4C9-1.35 ; Fort Dodge - Webster County
Neighbor: BEE00.4C9-1.55 ; Burt - Kossuth County
Neighbor: BEE00.4C9-1.56 ; Bradgate - Humboldt County
Neighbor: BEE00.4C9-2.40 ; Webster City - Hamilton County
Neighbor: BEE00.4C9-2.99 ; Eagle Grove - Wright County
Neighbor: BEE00.4C9-2.100 ; Belmond - Wright County
Channel 1-1384: 770.65625 BSI
Channel 3-1384: 770.65625-1 VOICE
Channel 3-1385: 770.65625-2 VOICE
Channel 1-1424: 770.90625 CC SCC
Channel 3-1424: 770.90625-1 VOICE
Channel 3-1425: 770.90625-2 VOICE
Channel 1-2004: 774.53125 CC SCC
Channel 1-2044: 774.78125 CC SCC
Oh for Pete's sake. I should have just Googled it: https://isicsb.iowa.gov/sites/default/files/copy_of_2012-05_aka_isicsmc12-b_revised1_ics_217a_v2017_01_1.pdfSo according to an ISICSB training video I just watched, there are three simplex frequencies that are sort of part of ISICS. And by "simplex," it sounded like he really meant simplex -- talked about short distances and keeping the traffic off of the system, etc. I grabbed this off of a screenshot, and it wasn't very clear. But it looks like they are labeled "7ITALK1D" "7ITALK2D" and "7ITALK3D." Anybody know what frequencies these would be? I don't look for them to be very active. In fact, we may never hear them being used. Just curious. Here's the video URL:and I will attach a screenshot.
Those are 3 of the nationwide low power channels.Oh for Pete's sake. I should have just Googled it: https://isicsb.iowa.gov/sites/default/files/copy_of_2012-05_aka_isicsmc12-b_revised1_ics_217a_v2017_01_1.pdf
Montgomery County switched to ISICS today. They did a nifty roll call on the new system.
The three frequencies in question have been in the database for some time now.Oh for Pete's sake. I should have just Googled it: https://isicsb.iowa.gov/sites/default/files/copy_of_2012-05_aka_isicsmc12-b_revised1_ics_217a_v2017_01_1.pdf
Never thought to look there. Thanks.The three frequencies in question have been in the database for some time now.
I have some RID ranges for state agencies and counties listed in the wiki.Has anyone started keeping track on of RIDs?
New to this system and New scanner BCD436HP. How do you monitor these talk groups, or hear new broadcasts in Montgomery county?Thank you for the info. Also talked to deputy sheriff of Fremont Co and they should be going online any day now as they are using two TG's. 30201 for Law and 30205 for County Fire. There will probably more TG's later.
I screwed up on the question I had been looking at SARA's DB & Wiki pageI have some RID ranges for state agencies and counties listed in the wiki.