SIP north & south question

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bravo14

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I have the South and North program on my psr500. Chicago/Cook ISP

North says N--- W bee00 SY:140 R001 S015 I'm not sure what all that means? 800 mhz

South says N--- W bee00 SY:140 r001 S002 700 mhz

W= not sure what that means thinking of Wideband

N--- not sure what that means thinking of Narrow

R= not ure what that means thinking of Repeater

SY 140 system ID

S=Site

WACN not sure what that means I see that on the RRDB for ISP.
 
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Not quite sure what you are asking, but I assume you mean the North Cook and South Cook sites... The Southside site is Site 102 (Zone 1, Site 02 on GRE's) and the North is Site 115 (Zone 1, Site 15).

I no longer have GRE's so I don't know the rest of the characters.
 

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Chicago ISP I forgot to add the city/county.

On the PSR500 program the control channels for site 101 (DuPage), 102 (South simulcast) and 115 (North). Set trunking to Stat...and then the next option down YES...to question of 'check all control channels?..' That's all you need. I have set all Starcom to narrow. The rest really doesn't make a difference. With those 3 sites you will pick up all the District Chicago stuff you need and then some. Don't forget you wildcard TG for group and private.
 

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I program the ISP Chicago/Cook North and South today and those popped up above the first post. I do not know what most of it means.
 
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