I added the currently active control channel 854.9875 to the Primary site for Lake Co in the DB.
It is important that somebody with the ability to monitor the system with a trunking program do so and get a listing of the actual frequencies in use in the system as well as any note of what the rotating control channels are.
This is important because not all frequencies associated with the license are used on the trunked system itself, at least not historically.
This is the info i got this morning from a person who is in charge of there police dept radios.
I know that they are "in process" of switching over. We will not even have our new radios until December (my guess January) so they won't "flip the switch" until everyone has their radios...however the data channels may now be on the new backbone because some of the new system has interoperability with the old system
Tuesday throughout the day sometime lake county PD, Fire and rescue went off the air! I thought my scanner was defective but I did the live audio feed here and after 15 min no transmits on here at all. This morning I was messing around doing a search on public saftey and I think they went to 796.8___ area. I heard some transmits that were PD but did not catch the city nme before I had to shut it off. Does anybody know what happened to Lake County Ohio PD, Fire and rescue bands??????
If so please reply or shoot me a email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Appriciate the help!!!
If you get a chance, run UT for a little while every week or so and see if anything appears to change. Of course, the only way to really tell is to run a pristine copy of UT each time. UT has no way of being told that specific frequencies are no longer in use on the system. If it noted activity on them a year ago, it'll continue to display them when you fire up UT a year later. But if you run a clean copy to monitor the system, you'll only be seeing frequencies actively in use.So far, Unitrunker is reporting the following. Are these good enough (per UT) to submit to the database? Or should UT be run over a period of days/weeks?
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