Yes it doesNeFire242 said:The system won't allow it. =)
Riiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiight. You mean to tell me that with all the people who have county radios they all choose not to make a private call? Please. It won't allow it. I don't care if something is labeled Private Call or not. You've already seen a lot of the other problems your consoles cannot do, or people have a lack of knowledge.KG4WHM said:Yes they can. They just choose not to.
No it will not work. You would need a PROPER radio ID and you would have to know the other radio's ID. With a P25 system if you do not have a proper radio ID the system will not let you affiliate with the system. You can't even use it to listen to the system. I heard that if you try to use a radio without a proper ID the system will erase everything in the radio memory.NeFire242 said:If someone were to get their hands on a radio and oh I dunno, program it up to the Douglas System would it allow the user to make a private call?
Yes if the radio are programmed right and they know the other radio's ID.NeFire242 said:Do end users have the ability to make private calls off the system as well? This would allow a person to bypass the system key.
It was really short. I could hear them talking in the clear and it was a private call. Unknown what agency though.W0JJK said:So there is users who have that ability to "private" call? I bet that was interesting to hear.
No. Mobile Communications.W0JJK said:So you applied at OPPD for a job?W0JJK
I would venture to say there are probably a few rogue radios on the DC system between hackers, and most likely a few disgruntled employees.KG4WHM said:With a P25 system if you do not have a proper radio ID the system will not let you affiliate with the system. You can't even use it to listen to the system. I heard that if you try to use a radio without a proper ID the system will erase everything in the radio memory.