ha yea sorry about not posting the frequencies soonerWhat frequencies are you picking the system up on?
They are licenced on Mt. Pluto, Kings Beach and Mt. Rose for
hm weird i dont know why its not working for you i can pick them up just fine useing the stock antenna that came with the 396xt well i dont know if you ever come out to citrus heights but if you do bring your scanner park by fire station 21 on greenback and you should be able to pick them upAfter trying to scan the system in trunked mode with no luck I just put the frequencies in in conventional mode and do get traffic from here in Natomas but it's to digitized to tell what they
Perfect timing! Not even a minute after reading your post, Rocklin PD came in on one scanner on their normal conventional frequency, and simulcast in P25 on 161.850 on my BC785D in conventional mode. In conventional mode I get a birdie or dead carrier on 161.800.I had the system programed wrong, got it fixed and I am now getting traffic. Now we need to find out who's talking, they seem busy whoever it is.
Yes.If I am understanding you people correctly, to hear anything from this system requires a digital scanner. In other words, I can't receive it on a PSR-300.
I would say give it a try.Is anyone using a PSR-500 or PRO-106 to track this VHF TRS? I know these radios can handle 800 MHz and UHF trunked systems, but I have not seen a VHF trunked system out there until this one.
If I was going to put up a repeater for this system to handle south Placer, Pilot Hill might be a good location.I am surprised that this system is licenced for Mt. Pluto, Kings Beach and Mt. Rose but seems to be transmitting from some place closer to Sacramento (Auburn?) they also are only licenced for 161.8250,161.8375 and 161.8500.