Knoebels Amusement Park

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Thursday12

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I recently got a Baofeng DMR-6X2. I was just working on making a big code plug for it. I wanted to program Knoebels in since it was DMR. I was looking at the listing and saw they had 6 frequencies and 12 talk groups. I understand the concept of how dual time zones work but was wondering if anyone had any information on was frequencies were for which talk groups and what color codes they were using. Thanks. I will post a link to the listing below.

 

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Not going to work with your radio, as this a trunked radio system. The ham radio DMR radios only support conventional DMR.
 

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What you can do is what I've done to monitor Con+ systems with a DMR radio:

Set things up like you are monitoring a conventional TRBO system. One talkgroup/freq/timeslot per channel entry, then scan them all.

It would look like this for each talkgroup:
channel/freq/time slot/talk group
1. 151.745 1 1
2. 151.745 2 1
3. 151.895 1 1
4. 151.895 2 1
5. 152.995 1 1
6. 152.995 2 1
7. 155.880 1 1
8. 155.880 2 1
9. 152.270 1 1
10. 152.270 2 1
11. 151.715 1 1
12. 151.715 2 1

Obviously this is ridiculous and will be slow to pick up on traffic, but it WILL work, assuming you have a large enough scan capacity. If you only want to monitor one talk group at a time, you can set up separate scan lists for each talkgroup. Don't forget to plug in the correct color code for each channel too.
 

KB3ZI

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I recently got a Baofeng DMR-6X2. I was just working on making a big code plug for it. I wanted to program Knoebels in since it was DMR. I was looking at the listing and saw they had 6 frequencies and 12 talk groups. I understand the concept of how dual time zones work but was wondering if anyone had any information on was frequencies were for which talk groups and what color codes they were using. Thanks. I will post a link to the listing below.

How close are you to the park
 

KB3ZI

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I live about 30 minutes away.
Depending on terrain and their power you may hear them...I can’t in bloomsburg but they are in a hole so to speak...I hear bloomsburg university very good on a dmr system but I’m close to them
 

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I posted this system originally. Once you leave the main parking lot up the hill, the signal will drop out completely after a couple hundred feet. This was on my BCD325P2. Have fun!
 
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