Are you still talking about TG 5021 or another one?red8 said:Ok Lou,
I am currently picking up traffic on the Buras tower site, I checked
the frequency on the database for the tower site. I hope I am starting
to get the hang of it? The frequency was 764.91875, the tower number is 105. The TGID I believe is assigned to an agency out of the
Troop B area
Louloumaag said:Are you still talking about TG 5021 or another one?
As I said before, I suspect that the 5000's may be patch groups from existing non-P25 systems. I know that 5031 was NOPD (at least it was). The only thing anyone can do in trying to ID what a TG is carrying in traffic is to monitor (or record) the TG and listen to what, who, and where they are talking about. For example (a little off topic) the initial way that it was discovered that the St. Bernard parish public safety folks had moved over to the JPSO system was that someone recognized a fire dispatch with an engine number and location that didn't fit with Jeff Parish. More monitoring narrowed it down to St. Bernard.
Hey Kevin,kevins669 said:So far, I have been able to verify the following groups linked to NOPD.
5031 NOPD DISP-1
41804 NOPD DISP-2
41805 NOPD DISP-3
At one point last week, 41804 was linked to DISP-4, but has been changed to DISP-2.
41803, 4, & 5 are correctly listed. Notice that they are not LSP channels, but LSP Troop B Coordinate channels, in other words able to be used by any agency in the Troop B area. There are similar channels for every troop area, we just don't have confirmation of them yet.N5PCX said:Right know they have 41804,41805 listed as LASP. I have also heard though 41803.