Can you tell if they’re also using the Harris system and simulcasting? I see different UIDs being used on MARCS, so clearly there are distinct radios being used. It’s nearly impossible for me to listen to the Harris system at home so I’m wondering how these new talkgroups play into the Harris system.Medina County Fire Depts now active on MARCS as of 10:30
32522 , 32518 TGs heard
Thank you!All I know is yesterday , they did Alerts for each department saying Couny Fire is deactivated, MARCS Fire now active ....
so, I’d guess it’s just MARCS .
Just add the site to your Favorites list manually.I just upgraded to an SDS100 last week. There is a new MARCS tower site about to go live in the next few weeks (Millersport Ohio). What's the best way to get the necessary site data to add it to the SDS100... Discovery?
I'd recommend holding off on adding the site until it's online and the control channels are confirmed; it's probable that they'll use a frequency that's already in use as a control channel elsewhere in the state (more than XX miles away) so they don't have to reprogram subscriber radios.Just add the site to your Favorites list manually.
ULS License - Trunked Public Safety 700 MHz License - WRFX292 - OHIO, STATE OF - Frequencies Summary
If you already have the MARCS system added in your favorites list, then just manually add a new site to it and upload to your scanner. If you don't have MARCS in your Favorites list, you probably should consider it. At any rate, that's what you'll need to do until the site is confirmed online and entered into the RRDB.