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Programming Prince George Co freqs

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mcpo2000

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Has anyone programmed the G5 with the Prince George County fire dept freqs and TG?
 

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Prince George County where???

If you're going to ask a location specific question in a manufacturer's support forum, you're going to have to provide more information.
 

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Careful here- that's Prince George's (possessive) Maryland, apart from Prince George (Virginia)...Mike
 

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Has anyone programmed the G5 with the Prince George County fire dept freqs and TG?
All your going to get for now is FD dispatch. The rest is using Phase II. You will occasionally get a Phase I transmission. The G4/5 pagers are not as of yet Phase II. When programming you'll see two separate systems (Simulcast) north and south. Since I am in Fairfax I used the south system and I get a good signal. Using monitor mode to discover what TGs are still Phase I, I did not find any. Only FD dispatch.
 
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