New info for Washington Co. P25

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MrQRO

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If you dowload the current info for the new Washington County P25 system you won't hear squat.
However with a few tweaks, things come alive. It seems the Talkgroups are OK, but the control channel and offset data may be a skew.

I'm used to programming professional radios, so this may not be in a format that's easily digestable, but it's accurate. Program as follows:

WACN = BEE00
System = 277

Control Chan:

Rx Freq --------------------- TX Freq
460.212500 465.212500
453.237500 458.237500
453.287500 458.287500
453.312500 458.312500
453.762500 458.762500
460.075000 465.075000
460.137500 465.137500
460.150000 465.150000
460.387500 465.387500
856.262500 811.262500

Channel Identifier list:
Base RF BW Tx Offset Chan Spacing
851.006250 6.250 -45.000000 6.250
762.006250 6.250 30.000000 6.250
452.000000 12.500 5.000000 6.250

Site List

Site 0001 - Site Number 01 - System ID 277 - RFSS Number 01

ALL THE ABOVE IS IN HEX!
 

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Don't know what scanner MrQRO is using but scanners do not require or even have a place to use transmit frequencies for trunking systems, thus 856.2625 is the only thing missing from database page. Trunking tables have been there at least by July 26 2011.
 

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The OP did say he was used to programming professional radios, so I would assume he's more comfortable listing the inputs/outputs - of course for scanners, that's immaterial...best regards..Mike
 

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Wash Co P25...Sorry

Yes, I am more familiar with programming commercial radios, so the data may be in excess of what is needed for a scanner.

There is more than just the extra control channel here, it's data in the channel identifier list which shows the freq's, spacings, and offsets that are being used.

I will surely pass this up the line to the DB folks!

Regards!
 

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programming pro96

for some reason i cannot pick up Washington County FD on my pro 96. I programmed it with the info from radio reference and the additional freq's it said to add and offsets.
Frequency Table:
0: Base: 851.00625 MHz, Spacing: 6.25 kHz
1: Base: 762.00625 MHz, Spacing: 6.25 kHz
2: Base: 452.00000 MHz, Spacing: 6.25 kHz

Table for Pro-96/2096:
Ch Lo 8192
Ch Hi 12287
Base Freq 452.0
Offset 8192
Step 6.25
Anyone have any suggestions/hints?
 
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