- Jul 17, 2008
- Westminster, CO
I heard that the Pueblo AMR recently converted to Digital system. I was wondering if anyone can confirm this and if so provide some TG ID's. Thanks
4897? That's smack in the middle of El Paso assigned TG's. In fact, 4895 and 4896 are assigned AMR TG's for El Paso / Teller counties. I'll have to keep the ears open for that one.
As of right now this TG is affiliating off of Ski Summit, and it sounds like Pueblo AMR Ch1 to me. Lots of references to Parkview Medical Center.
Since Pueblo County is on DTRS and El Paso County is on their own system
DTRS and the El Paso County/Springs zone are all one system. They've just set up the talk groups so that most don't cross. The El Paso County area CSP troop is a prime example to show that everything is one, so are the MACs.
You can argue all you want, since you seem to live for that, but it remains true.
firescannerbob said:Regardless of any other rumours, for all intents and purposes, the El Paso County system and DTRS remain separate systems.
firescannerbob said:Since Pueblo County is on DTRS and El Paso County is on their own system, I'm not sure how that is working
Thanks Bob, do you know if their incorporating any kind of "Tac" Channel to go with this possible temporary Dispatch Channel.