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Motorola "Shuffle"System

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RoninJoliet

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A county in my area will be rebanding and upgrading there analog Motorola Type11 trunk system to whats called the Motorola "unscanable" Shuffle system, can anyone give me a idea on why its unscanable....Thank You
 

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Radios that have been upgraded to be Rebanding capable are also capable of supporting the Shuffled Band Plan. The Shuffled band plan is intended to help prevent unauthorized system monitoring and access on Shuffled Band Plan enabled systems. Shuffled Band Plan shuffles all trunking numbered-channels allowed in the band plan.
Note that Shuffled Band Plan can only be enabled by the Rebanding Capable CPS program with an appropriate Advanced System Key per Trunking System. This feature is designed and implemented for Motorola 3600 Type II Trunking systems.
 

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There license (Grundy Co) for rebanding and adding possible two new freqys appeared on the ILL-Grants this week...Sources tell me this will most likely take place in the coming months....
 

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Thank you for the info on the "MOTO Shuffle" system, lets hope the "Upmans" info on using the "-" polarity on the "custom band plan works, i will report back when changes in the system appear....
 

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A PSR-500 family scanner will also handle that system. You'll just have to enter the appropriate "trunking table".
 

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The details on how it works have been posted on the forums before. I can't recall if it was this forum or not.

So if someone is that interested do a search and you'll find it.
 
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