Completely Banned for the Greater Good
- Nov 21, 2003
just wondered is railroad going NXDN Conv or NXDN Trunking? you think trunking would confuse things? let me know your thoughts thanks!
Congrats. My buddy and I were testing NXDN a whie back, and just to see how it handled noise, I drove down the highway with windows down, stereo blasting, my wife talking, and honking my horn, and my buddy heard all of it, but it didnt prevent him from completelt understanding me.mandate for us is
CSX Atlanta W&A 2/1/12 NXDN....Sweet!
Just a thought, why not contact your supervisor or radio shop before tampering with your employer's property without authorization? In some states, this might even be considered computer trespass. This isn't 1989, people get fired, lose careers and have even gone to prison for such activities.I apologize if this isn't the right threat to post this in. I work for the RR Police and have to carry 4 different radios depending where I am to get backup, due to some being on UHF/VHF, 800mhz, and 700mhz.
My RR radio is the Nexedge Kenwood 210. I bought the software and cable so I could put some of the other agencies in the radio so I dont have to carry so many radios.
When I connect it and start the software, it doesn't show anything. I click on READ and it says that its passwords protected. Apparently the Radio Shop at the railroad password protected it so the TX and RX's can't go in the wrong hands if the radio is lost. They won't give me the password and they wont modify it for me.
In my opinion its a safety issue but they don't seem to see it that way.
Anyway, how can i get by having to put that password in. I heard the EEPROM has the password in plain text, but I dont know where to find (or even what the heck ) the EEPROM is.
Can anyone help me out with that, so I can add some of these other agencies and carry less radios?
thanks in advance!