Palm Beach County - Whats digital, whats analog?

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bfeeny

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I am trying to get to the bottom of the Motorola II layout for Palm Beach County. The best information I have seen is here:

http://www.signalharbor.com/ttt/01oct/index.html

They state that talkgroups 16-8176 are digital, yet on radio reference DB, here:

http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?sid=197

It does not show all 16-8176 as type "D" (digital). So I am trying to find out what's correct. I know the TAC and SRT channels are digital for sure, I have an analog scanner and can here the digital signals. I don't want to have digital stuff programmed if I cant hear it though, so if someone knows for sure that every digital channel is flagged as "D" on radio reference, or if the rule that 16-8176 are all digital is correct, please chime in. Thanks in advance!

Brian
 

ermin

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Delray Beach Florida
In Palm Beach County the only digital I've run into are the cities of Boynton Beach, Delray Beach and Boca Raton. Everything else I hear is analog. I have a great .P96 file for this if you can use it.

73

Ed


bfeeny said:
I am trying to get to the bottom of the Motorola II layout for Palm Beach County. The best information I have seen is here:

http://www.signalharbor.com/ttt/01oct/index.html

They state that talkgroups 16-8176 are digital, yet on radio reference DB, here:

http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?sid=197

It does not show all 16-8176 as type "D" (digital). So I am trying to find out what's correct. I know the TAC and SRT channels are digital for sure, I have an analog scanner and can here the digital signals. I don't want to have digital stuff programmed if I cant hear it though, so if someone knows for sure that every digital channel is flagged as "D" on radio reference, or if the rule that 16-8176 are all digital is correct, please chime in. Thanks in advance!

Brian
 
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