Im looking foward to the new edition myself, can the author give us an estime of when we can expect it
First I appreciate the effortt Cat Com has put in to this publication. Believe me, I know how long it takes to create then maintain a database of frequencies, talk groups…..
The price they charge for the publication is fair, probably just covers the cost of printing and handling.
Here is my wish list for the 2010 edition:
• Clean up the database, some of the entries are stale; some of the tags are confusing. I thought each fire Zone Talk Group assignments follow a set pattern? Zone 1 Tac 101, 110, 111 Zone 2 Tac 201, 210, 211…..
• Clarify if a Talk Group listed as Mutual Channel is an actual Mutual channel or a Patch Channel
• List or map which Fire Zone covers which part of the city / county similar to the LVMPD maps.
• System Frequencies for Trunk Systems. Could it mention which site covers which area of the city / county example: Page 18 lists SNACC system frequencies for 10 plus sites. Some of the site names are obvious. St. George, Oatman, but. Upper Black Mountain, what area of the county does this site cover, is it in Henderson?
Once my scanner monitor station including Trunker and Etrunker is fully operational. I would be more than happy to help contributing to the publication.