This might be the rude awaking to the world of simulcast systems, boys! Are you sure that you're really getting no audio, versus the scanner is choking on getting audio from multiple sites? Because often that is exactly what it seems like - not necessarily Mr. Roboto but more like no audio or audio keeps dropping out even though you keep stopping on the TG.Yes...this is exactly what I am experiencing! Only difference is that I am monitoring with a PRO-651 and a PRO-197.
My thoughts exactly. Minimum quantity for a trunked license is typically 70 per channel (350 radios).Wow, expected more. Keeping five channels with only 150 units will be an issue.
No.when setting the 700 MHz for marcs are we going to half to have a band table like we did when 800 rebanded
After doing some listening and comparing, I have positively identified the following TG's.Tons of new traffic this week on they P25 site. Several new P2 talkgroups with PD traffic. Audio is a bit choppy, so it is hard for me to make out who is using them:
3050 - mentioned Parkview
Medina should have done coverage testing before switching over and investing in a poor system.Medina City Police switched over to the 700mhz system last Monday. Today they have an active shooter situation at the Medina Hospital. The 700mhz radios are failing to transmit and receive. There have been many issues including the 911 system going down. The sheriff's office has been using the 700mhz for quite a while now, so there has been lots of time to get the bugs out. Sounds like another failed system for Harris.
I agree. And to make things worse they have no 700mhz mobile radios in their cruisers. They hope to use strictly portables.Medina should have done coverage testing before switching over and investing in a poor system.
That's what they get for dropping the ball.
More tax money up in smoke.