I can pick up OpenSky or EDACS on the same frequency as I drive around. It would be hard to know whether the Opensky signal originates from the same tower.Here is what I'm seeing (hearing) Each LCRA site has an Opensky signal on the highest LCN and sometimes multiple (Creedmoor LCN 11 and 13). I've confirmed this with Kingsbury, San Marcos, and Creedmoor. This also lines up with what I reported earlier hearing data on the various sites (15, 8, 17, etc.).
Would we end up with something that can go into the DB? Opensky is completely opaque to me. If site 6 doesn't actually exist as an EDACS control channel then I've been chasing my tail for nothing.With this in mind, looks like we can track which sites also have Opensky and maybe track down 6 via process of elimination?
I heard the same...as soon as I posted about Creedmoor and hearing Opensky on LCN 11, it stopped and went back to regular EDACS. I feel confident that the Opensky signal would originate from the same tower, at least from what I'm hearing the signal levels have been pretty consistent for each tower from where I'm monitoring.I can pick up OpenSky or EDACS on the same frequency as I drive around. It would be hard to know whether the Opensky signal originates from the same tower.
Good question. It's kinda like Guadalupe County NEXEDGE. I know the frequencies, but can't pin down the exact locations and match the frequencies to. I too know nothing about Opensky except for the very vague info in the wiki. Thats what got me curious if the mysterious site 6 could be an Opensky site. The Wiki has there isn't an actual control channel so that doesn't make sense to me if these sites are reporting a neighbor with CC of LCN 2.Would we end up with something that can go into the DB? Opensky is completely opaque to me. If site 6 doesn't actually exist as an EDACS control channel then I've been chasing my tail for nothing.
Again, I'm not familiar at all with this migration path but it must be similar in nature to SmartX because what I understand is the new radios are capable of the old EDACS and new Opensky. So with this in mind, I'm not sure we can nail down the Opensky freqs since they seem to be in a state of flux for now.The LCRA information does need to be updated with current valid LCNs. Channels taken away for Opensky need to be removed. I can probably cover the sites in Town Lake, Pickle, Georgetown, and Jonestown.