... You will find EDACS has to be in an order starting with channel one. ... QUOTE]
Why, oh why, can't people get it right? It has nothing to do with ORDER. The freqs. have to start in channel 1, then they must be in the specified channels, depending on how the individual system is configured.
For example, 1, 3, 7, 8, 9, 12, 15 & 19.
Many systems ARE in order, like 1,2,3,4 etc., but they might not be.
Um, there no frequencies listed on RR for this EDACS system. What are you using for frequencies?I am doing the city, state and county all on differ talk groups....and they are in order....thanks for the help...that is Decatur, AL Morgan County..
for example Decatur city is on EDACS Network Standard what EDACS group would that fall under its not on my list but I can punch in the freqs.
I might be wrong, but to me "IN ORDER" means either alphabetical order (D, E, F, etc) or numerical order (12, 13, 14, etc.). Anything else (3, 4, 7) is out of order.Please, when I said in order I meant in a correct channel order and it has every thing to do with order. If the correct freq is not in the correct channel it will not trunk it correctly. EDACS I deal with are located 1 through 6 or 7 as a rule but a different story of course with LTR which is laid out like you mentioned. The ch # you laid out is common for a LTR system.
You don't need the software to program the frequencies. There are no frequencies displayed for the county system on radio reference. They need to be in logical order. You truly only need the CC. But, without any to see on radio reference, no way for us to tell you where to put itSo if I get the software will it program it for me for my state city and county like it is supposed to be
Wrong it's an EDACS system all frequencies, if they were listed, would need to be programmed in.You don't need the software to program the frequencies. There are no frequencies displayed for the county system on radio reference. They need to be in logical order. You truly only need the CC. But, without any to see on radio reference, no way for us to tell you where to put it
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