Personally, I'd bet on these being used as primary channels:coppensadam said:is one of the frequencies better than the others?
coppensadam said:Cool! cschmit, I added that one too. I enjoy listening to the nets anyways. I think its alot of fun too.
coppensadam said:cschmit, I am new to the scanning world, but would like to try out the trunking capabilities, but I don't really know of any trunked signals at or around Milwaukee, WI. I was wondering, if you could help me out with an easy one to program into my PRO-2051.
coppensadam said:I would like to do just that. But is it as easy as entering the numbers in the scanner? I guess I don't know how to program my scanner to trunk. The manual that came with it, isn't very helpful. If I get to program trunk, and select the Motorola II, then what? do I type in every frequency from the primary bank in that order?
cschmit said:You can also add 146.910 MHz to your list of stations to listen to during sever weather. It is a local Ham repeater but they have weather nets every time bad weather hits SE Wisconsin and lot's of good info can be heard on there.
cschmit said:You can also add 146.91 (PL127.3) to your list of stations to listen to during sever weather. It is a local Ham repeater but they have weather nets every time bad weather hits SE Wisconsin and lot's of good info can be heard on their.
RevGary said:Had to turn the 11 element VHF beam to 171 degrees from our location to receive 145.130... but it was coming in up here in the north central part of the state on Thursday. Was not able to receive the signal using a 3db gain omni. What is their estimated ERP?
biglaz said:Stateboy, are you sure their ERP is 1000w? I have no clue; but I do know the Wisconsin Association of Repeaters has ERP restrictions on their coordinated repeaters, which is based on HAAT but is always under 1000w. Not that it really matters, I suppose.