The problem, as was discussed in your original thread in the New User Forum is that, for your specific county, the agencies moved over to ICICS, but whatever talkgroups they are using have not been submitted to the database for inclusion. Until that occurs, you would need to scan the ICICS system in ID Search mode, as mentioned here. I also posted a file you could start with in this response.Can someone please help me out? Idk where else to go? My problem is I am getting NO EMS or fire in Sioux City and it says I can still get it. Please help. Thanks in advance!
As I previously stated, Sioux City is currently in the process of migrating to the aforementioned radio system. Previously, listeners were indeed able to listen to radio traffic because someone originally monitored, analyzed and submitted the information needed to operate your radio. However, now, listeners must repeat this process for others to follow the system. This can be a complicated process depending on the radio system.I am still not getting anything to show up. I spent numerous hours on this. Can someone please help me out. Call me or text me go guide me thru this? I would appreciate it. Thanks.
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Actually, look at the third, and subsequent, posts on that topic. While the Extreme Upgrade is required to active "ID Search" directly through the scanner's menu (for both the HP-1 and the HP-2), it can also be turned on or off using the Sentinel software. If the Sioux City public safety services are using the trunked system, then they would be heard with the correct site programmed, and by using ID Search. Once identified, submitted and added to the database, then they would appear in the database used by the HP-2, as well as the database here online.Please, read the operating manuals on ID search. We rely on the RR DB for radio programming.
I just looked and found that the HP2 requires an "extreme upgrade" in order to operate ID search. I don't know if you have this added to your radio. See post two in this thread: https://forums.radioreference.com/uniden-tech-support/341397-id-search-hp2.html
I see that nobody has listed any talk groups in Sioux City. I am not surprised! Please, be patient with this migration. I know that you are wanting to get going, but the analysis takes a lot of time and effort on the part of those who submit radio system parameters to RR. The person(s) in Polk county have done a fine job!
With Polk county it looks like when westcom merged it's P25 system to the state's P25 system they kept their talk groups the same. Looks like in the database they just changed the name from westcom P25 to the ICSIS.I see that nobody has listed any talk groups in Sioux City. I am not surprised! Please, be patient with this migration. I know that you are wanting to get going, but the analysis takes a lot of time and effort on the part of those who submit radio system parameters to RR. The person(s) in Polk county have done a fine job!