NJTP Operations Passport System Feed Up!

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jcardani

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Snow Emergency Feed Online


I just started a stream of the NJTP Passport trunked system primary operations talkgroups for Southern Division from the Mt. Laurel site (closest to my home).

http://phillyscanner.bounceme.net:5701

You can use Winamp or ITunes to access this on a desktop and Tunemark for the iPhone/iPod Touch.

Weather reports on the top of the hour here.

Will have this up for the remainder of the snow emergency.

Sorry but audio is a little distored because the sound card in my laptop only accepts mic (lo line input).
 

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Joe,

Sounds great! I bet you are making quite a bit of people happy with the feed!
 

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Oh Yea Scott!

I'm using a custom program I developed a while ago and modified it today to accept the invered data from this system. I am using several custom circuits also to feed my program. I can't believe it's working myself!
 

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Joe, the audio quality is superb! I am listening with Windows Media Player.

Just heard the weather report - District 1 already has 14 inches on the roadway.

Great feed - thank you for putting this up!

--Bill
 

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When I listen on my own scanner I hear loud annoying data bursts on some channels. I understand the scanner will not monitor it properly, but I am just curious to those data bursts.
 

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If it sounds like continuous key ups every 1 sec, it's the status updates generated by the passport trunking site controller. If you mean what sounds like squealing, that's data transmissions on the system. I have no idea what type of data is sent on the system.
 

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Thanks for putting this stream up. Audio sounds great. NJ Turnpike system was always one of my favorite channels to listen to during storms, very happy I can listen to it during this storm!
 

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From KC2KZZ John Burricelli's site:


District 1 - Swedesboro
District 2 - Mt. Laurel
District 3 - Crosswicks
District 4A - Hightstown (only open for large storms)
District 5A - Woodbridge (only open for large storms)
District 5 - Elizabeth
District 6 - Secaucus (Easterly Roadway)
District 7 - Jersey City (Newark Bay Extension)
District 8 - East Rutherford (Westerly Roadway including I95 to the GW Bridge)
 

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I woulda swore you had a HT1250-LS or CDM1550-LS feeding the audio - nice job on the 100% homebrew solution!
 

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Hi Scott,

I'm using an ICOM R7000 receiver.

Using a Connect Systems LT-2 LTR decoder with the low-pass filter slicer tapped. Using PIC microchip to bit bang the data and a custom program written in C to read the data and control the ICOM.
 
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