Palm Beach County TRS Unk TGRP 56080

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Richard

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Does anyone know which Law Enforcement Agency is using TGRP 56080? It appears to be a secondary channel for this agency and is linked to the Boca site. I believe it is an analog signal and none of the UID's associated with it come back to the UID's used by Boca PD.

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Does anyone know which Law Enforcement Agency is using TGRP 56080? It appears to be a secondary channel for this agency and is linked to the Boca site. I believe it is an analog signal and none of the UID's associated with it come back to the UID's used by Boca PD.

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Hello Richard

I have it listed as FIN. All I hear are DL checks. I think it is the same as Boca's DL check channel only analog. Not sure what FIN means.

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Thanks Ermin. I'm not sure what FIN means either and I agree that the only things heard were DL Checks. However they have referred to this channel as ch2 and have said they were switching back to the main channel. I will attempt to verify whether these transmissions are simulcast with one of the Boca PD channels. If not Boca, it could be that this agency may be using a conventional repeater for their main dispatch channel and this TG for their secondary or inquiry channel. None of the UIDs for this TG are associated with anything else.

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Ermin you were correct, TG 56080 is indeed an analog simulcast of Boca PD channel 2 TG 5872 which is in digital mode. Mystery solved. Thanks!
 

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Not sure what FIN means.
Hey folks FIN stands for "Florida Interoperability Network" You can find more on Google but a good place to start for info is here:
Florida Interoperability Network (FIN) / Radio Communications / Public Safety Bureau / SUNCOM / Department of Management Services - DMS
In a nutshell its a statewide mutual aid network. Up in my part of the state its used to connect my county's public safety depts with FHP and surrounding counties during major events.
 
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