What are you trying to get on the psp talkgroups? they are full time encrypted and strapped on equipment.I wonder about PSP as well. Monitoring BRAD31\BRAD41 I've picked everything BUT 10188 Towanda. I am currently parked on 10135 Coudersport, which is western Tioga. I've also gotten 10138 Mansfield. I have received PGC talking to Dallas as well.
And for anyone keeping track of RID's, the ones i'm getting while parked on 10135 are 83, 1201474, and 1200577.
Sounds like he is trying to determine which barracks have cut over to the new system. PSP Towanda is right smack in between BRAD31 and BRAD41, but he is not observing any activity from them on either site.What are you trying to get on the psp talkgroups? they are full time encrypted and strapped on equipment.
I was listening to 12042 PGC NE Dispatch. They told a ranger to switch to channel 3. My Wildcard then picked up 12043 which was encrypted. And both RID's were encrypted. It does say PGC NE Dispatch 2 in the WIKI.12042 is PGC NE Dispatch. 12043 is PGC NE Dispatch 2 listed as a secure. Not sure if the E is user-enabled.
Channel names and radio channels don't always line up. 12042 might be channel 2 in the radio because channel 1 is Statewide. The position in the radio doesn't designate channel name.They are encrypted, as is 12043, which is in the wiki as channel 2 (PGC) but was referred to by 12042 as channel 3. For the time being i just want to see who pops in there.
I doubt anyone here knows with absolute certainty what their plans are, however I would venture a guess that since the majority of the STARNet sites are VHF themselves, that there wouldn't be a whole lot of reason to keep the DCNR VHF repeaters on the air for too much longer. You may see a link between them and the P25 system during a transition phase, but perhaps not too long beyond that.Does anyone know if the new system will simulcast to the old vhf repeaters for the dcnr? The open sky system was terrible and I know on some fires we would resort to the old vhf system was just curious if the decided to still make use of the old repeaters and simulcast
If anyone is able, it might not hurt to go hunting for all three of the Tioga County sites. Since they brought Bodine Mtn online, they may have just decided to start working through the remaining sites up north.License update for TIOG42, Mill Run Road, Elk Township PA (TIOGA), removing one freq and adding two
- 154.74 # delete
+ 155.8725 # add
+ 155.8875 # add
I check TIOG06 daily as I did LYC015. Will try to get over that way in the near future. In the meantime, I'm still getting 10135 PSP Coudrsprt constantly on BRAD31 and BRAD41. And TIOG06 153.725 is a shared frequency with BRAD31. While trying to analyzing TIOG06 with Pro96com and BRAD31 being active with 10135 I get a lot of noise.If anyone is able, it might not hurt to go hunting for all three of the Tioga County sites. Since they brought Bodine Mtn online, they may have just decided to start working through the remaining sites up north.
I second this request. However, I also made the update since I happened to see it in a timely manner. But, yeah, send the new info via database submission. You can also talk about it here, but don't assume updates will get entered just because of forum discussion.Please submit your findings, that is the only reliable way to ensure the info makes it into the database where it belongs. Us admins hate to sound like broken records reminding people to submit, but it's very easy for things to get lost in a huge thread like this one. Thanks.