S.C. ICall & SCTAC talkgroups & freqs

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carolinascannerspy

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These are valid and currently used in South Carolina for the I-Call and SCTAC frequencies. Most were verified during the 2008 "Bike weeks" with S.L.E.D , SCHP Special Units and others heard on them. Enjoy






REGIONAL MUTUAL AID TALKGROUPS

NAME DEC ID HEX ID HP TROOP
CALLING CHANNEL SCCALL 801947 79B Statewide

REGION 1 COMMON REG01 801955 7A3 Troop #1
(“Region 1 Counties”) Richland, Lexington, Kershaw, Lee, Sumter, Clarendon

REGION 2 COMMON REG02 801959 7A7 Troop #2
(“Region 2 Counties”) Abbeville, Laurens, Greenwood, Newberry, Saluda, Edgefield , McCormick

REGION 3 COMMON REG03 801963 7AB Troop #3
(“Region 3 Counties”) Spartanburg, Greenville, Anderson, Pickens, Oconee

REGION 4 COMMON REG04 801967 7AF Troop #2
(“Region 4 Counties”) York, Cherokee, Union, Chester, Lancaster, Fairfield, Chesterfield

REGION 5 COMMON REG05 801971 7B3 Troop #5
(“Region 5 Counties”) Marlboro, Darlington, Florence, Dillon, Marion, Horry, Georgetown, Williamsburg

REGION 6 COMMON REG06 801975 7B7 Troop #6
(“Region 6 Counties”) Colleton, Jasper, Beaufort Berkeley, Dorchester, Charleston

REGION 7 COMMON REG07 801983 7BF Troop #7
(“Region 7 Counties”) Aiken, Barnwell, Allendale, Hampton, Bamberg, Orangeburg, Calhoun

REGION 8 COMMON REG08 801987 7C3 Assignable
(“Region 8") Assignable for special events/emergencies (Coordinate with EMD/CIO/Motorola).

REGION 9 COMMON REG09 803263 CBF Assignable
(“Region 9”) Assignable for special events/emergencies (Coordinate with EMD/CIO/Motorola).

REGION 10 COMMON
REG10 803267 CC3 Assignable
(“Region 10”) Assignable for special events/emergencies (Coordinate with EMD/CIO/Motorola).


Sites for Regional talkgroups are set up to conform to the South Carolina Highway Patrol Troops.

STATEWIDE MUTUAL TALKGROUPS



NAME DEC ID HEX ID
SC CALLING CHANNEL SCCALL 801947 79B
STATEWIDE MUTUAL AID CH 1 SCMA01 801341 53D
STATEWIDE MUTUAL AID CH 2 SCMA02 801349 545
STATEWIDE MUTUAL AID CH 3 SCMA03 801821 71D
STATEWIDE MUTUAL AID CH 4 SCMA04 801829 725
STATEWIDE MUTUAL AID CH 5 SCMA05 801837 72D
STATEWIDE MUTUAL AID CH 6 SCMA06 801845 735
STATEWIDE MUTUAL AID CH 7 SCMA07 801853 73D
STATEWIDE MUTUAL AID CH 8 SCMA08 801861 745
STATEWIDE MUTUAL AID CH 9 SCMA09 801869 74D
STATEWIDE MUTUAL AID CH 10 SCMA10 801877 755

S C AIR TO GROUND SCAIR-GRD 800241 0F1


SC Calling Channel is monitored by SC Emergency Preparedness.


LAW ENFORCEMENT MUTUAL AID TALKGROUPS (Law Enforcement Agencies Only)


NAME DEC ID HEX ID
LAW ENFORCEMENT CALL LECALL 800435 1B3
LAW ENFORCEMENT COMMON 01 LEMA01 800443 1BB
LAW ENFORCEMENT COMMON 02 LEMA02 800451 1C3
LAW ENFORCEMENT COMMON 03 LEMA03 800459 1CB
LAW ENFORCEMENT COMMON 04 LEMA04 800467 1D3
LAW ENFORCEMENT COMMON 05 LEMA05 800475 1DB
LAW ENFORCEMENT COMMON 06 LEMA06 801301 515
LAW ENFORCEMENT COMMON 07 LEMA07 801309 51D
LAW ENFORCEMENT COMMON 08 LEMA08 801317 525
LAW ENFORCEMENT COMMON 09 LEMA09 801325 52D
LAW ENFORCEMENT COMMON 10 LEMA10 801333 535

Law Enforcement Talkgroups are monitored by SC Department of Public Safety and distributed to users for special events by Nick Babin at South Carolina Highway Patrol.

RECOMMENDED CONVENTIONAL MUTUAL AID CHANNELS



National Mutual Aid Channels

NAME TRANSMITT RECEIVE PL TONE
ICALL 821.0125 866.0125 156.7HZ
ITAC-1 821.5125 866.5125 156.7HZ
ITAC-2 822.0125 867.0125 156.7HZ
ITAC-3 822.5125 867.5125 156.7HZ
ITAC-4 823.0125 868.0125 156.7HZ

South Carolina Mutual Aid Channels


NAME TRANSMITT RECEIVE PL TONE
SCTAC1 821.2250 866.2250 156.7HZ
SCTAC2 821.6875 866.6875 156.7HZ
SCTAC3 822.7750 867.7750 156.7HZ
SCTAC4 823.6375 868.6375 156.7HZ
SCTAC5 823.9750 868.9750 156.7HZ

POLICY FOR MUTUAL AID TALKGROUPS AND CHANNELS

All Mutual Aid talkgroups (Regional, Statewide & Law Enforcement) and Mutual Aid conventional repeaters shall not be used for routine daily operations or as ongoing working channels by any agency. These channels shall be reserved for inter-agency communications, incidents requiring multi-agency participation, coordination and emergencies. These shall not be used for administrative or intra-agency communications unless so directed during a major emergency or disaster situation.

All use of Mutual Aid Talkgroups or Repeaters for special events are to be coordinated with the appropriate agencies.
 

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Moved to the South Carolina forum. The Trunking forum is for discussion of trunking formats. Questions about regional issues such as frequencies/TG's and their use should be directed to a regional forum.
 

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These talkgroups are all posted on the Palmetto 800 database page and are identified as this post indicates.

The SC TAC and ITAC frequencies are posted on the SC Law Enforcement Agencies page linked of the main SC database page.

This information has been posted in the database for quite some time.
 

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And you are correct but...

yes that is correct. However the RR database does NOT have the talkgroups/hex/dec for downloading into a scanner and this post contains them all. If it is in the database then i obviously didn't realize and i apologize for re-posting. I thought some folks who didn't know about these would find them useful.
 

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SCTAC and I-Call

In addition, the RR database lists sctac/icall together on the South Carolina page and this is incorrect. Actualkly its mislabled as "ITAC", ITAC are the channels that fall under the ICALL labeling rather than being a system of it's own. SCTAC and ICALL are two totally different systems. I use SCTAC at work and during bike weeks we use one of the ICALL tac group channels for special incidents.
 
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carolinascannerspy said:
the RR database does NOT have the talkgroups/hex/dec for downloading into a scanner and this post contains them all

Really?


carolinascannerspy said:
NAME DEC ID HEX ID
LAW ENFORCEMENT CALL LECALL 800435 1B3

Would you care to share how useful 800435 is to someone programming a scanner? While you can use 1B3 with software, I know of no one who refers to it in that way. 99% of us would refer to it as 6960.
 

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Yes...really.

Well, i'm not a radio/scanner guru master and do not pretend to be one either however, i use that particular talkgroup in addition to the other ones listed while programming my GRE600 as well as my 396. And let me not forget its also in my 2055 and darn thats right, its also in my 996 too. I have a suggestion, why not spend some time programming your radio and/or scanner and stop with the smarty-pants "really" attitude and maybe...just maybe it'll end up in yours also. Have a nice day!
 

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I think what Grog was trying to say is that, when posting information for the RadioReference database, it is helpful to put that contribution in a "language" people use.

Motorola's decimal format is not used in the database. The Uniden decimal format is used, and all trunk-tracking scanners will accept it for programming appropriate talkgroups.
 

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