Montclair NAC?

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MtnBiker2005

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We need to know the "Connect Tone" for this system. Someone can give you the NAC code. :D

[From the RR Wiki]

To determine the NAC for a P25 voice-capable Motorola trunked system:
1. Start with the system ID in hexadecimal format.
2. Take the right side (lower) two hex digits.
3. Add the connect tone index number to right side (see list above).
4. You now have a 3-digit hex NAC.

http://wiki.radioreference.com/index.php/Motorola#Connect_Tones

System ID: BD05
Connect Tone:
NAC:
http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?sid=4274
 

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Thanks Sir, I was aware of that handy formula though. The connect tone is "unknown", however. :-(

Figured someone had this jotted down somewhere...
 

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There is no NAC code for a trunked system. NAC codes are for digital conventional frequencies only.
 

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InCorrect.

If the TRS is a P25 Trunk or has P25 TG's there is a NAC, typically not needed for Scanning, unless a.) For Reference when searching manually b.) For monitoring specific freqs that are P25 Only on an older TRS

There is no NAC code for a trunked system. NAC codes are for digital conventional frequencies only.
 
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