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Talkgroup Question?

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I was monitoring a radio system and the police dispatcher talkgroup was "1"... that's it it was just showing not 00001 just 1... I didn't even know this was possible to be a talkgroup? In terms of HEX mode is this the first talkgroup numerically? Then their data channel was 2, tac channel 3 single digit talkgroups... anyone else ever seen this?
 

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I was monitoring a radio system and the police dispatcher talkgroup was "1"... that's it it was just showing not 00001 just 1... I didn't even know this was possible to be a talkgroup? In terms of HEX mode is this the first talkgroup numerically? Then their data channel was 2, tac channel 3 single digit talkgroups... anyone else ever seen this?

Yes. P25 systems allow consecutive TG IDs that start at 1 and move up from there.
 
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