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Unitrunker Channel ID Table Order

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Feed Provider
Mar 1, 2008
Dauphin County, PA
Attached is the bandplan to a 700MHz phase II system.

Its entries are channel 0 and 8. In APX CPS, I have options 1-16. What do these (channel 0 and 8) correspond to in motorola language?



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Apr 11, 2004
Columbus, Ohio
That's what I thought. I'll plug those in and give it a try. Thanks!
Problem is, there is nothing available to decode phase 2 voice.

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NY/NJ Database Guy
Database Admin
Oct 4, 2007
In fairness, this thread is more appropriate for the Motorola forum, not Voice/Control Channel Decoding Software. Yes, Unitrunker is the source of the band plan, but the question is about APX CPS.
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