Thats why it is a good idea to check out the Wiki once in awhile Wes.N5PCX said:My bad!!! Thought there was a differernce between the project 25 and APCO 25
Still trying to get a hold of all of this digitalcomms, it's new to me.
bassmkenk2508, you got to his real question.N5PCX said:Will the pro-96 have the ability by way of upgrades to decode the project 25 systems?
Bryan,bassmkenk2508 said:hey....,I think when he said Project 25, he was referring to the 700-Band systems that are Project 25 exclusive.
N5PCX, using Win96 you can extend the frequency recieve range to include the 700 PS band, but I dont believe it can trunk track the 700 band.
So, in short, not really. Only in a conventional mode can you monitor them.
Let us know if this helps.
Wes,N5PCX said:...So I suppose that there is a difference between the Apco 25 and Project 25? ...
Well yes it was; however, your initial post did have a problem with it...Motorola and Project 25 have nothing to do with each other.bassmkenk2508 said:[already answered above, ]
I realized assumptions of that degree are unwise, and should leave it to someone with more experience and learn something along the way And I did.loumaag said:Well yes it was; however, your initial post did have a problem with it...Motorola and Project 25 have nothing to do with each other.
Motorola has a set of standards for their trunking systems (both Type I and Type II) including the Smartzone and OmniLink systems.
And Project 25 has a set of standards...they are not the same and they have nothing to do with each other.
Unfortunately, the scanner manufactures continue to link them (incorrectly) in both programming of scanners and manuals, so this confusion continues.