Martins Pastry chambersburg

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dhoover

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Consider me a learning newb.

I'm getting hits on 461.88750 and 463.81250 for Martin's Pastry, but it sounds like a control channel.
Is there any way I can get audio from this system?

Here's the DB info
Businesses Scanner Frequencies and Radio Frequency Reference
What is the meaning of "Tone, CC1, TG5, SL* " ?

I've attached a screenshot from ARC XT of the entry..
I'm scanning with a BCD996P2. Little by little, I'm learning how all things work.
Any help appreciated.
Dave
 

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dhoover

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Thanks, That was quick.
So DMR uses the AMBE vocoder.
One less thing to learn.
Thanks for your time.
 

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If you go to the database and click on the FCC license for that company, it'll bring up a new screen with information from the FCC database.

Under "emissions", it shows 7K60FXE

That's the emission designator for DMR. The most popular form of DMR is Motorola's "MotoTrbo" line. You'll need a scanner capable of DMR to listen in on this.

License shows it as a repeater, not a trunked system.
 
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