SDS100: VHF Conventional NXDN Missed Transmissions?

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ScanFanEd

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Jut curious if anyone else has run into this. I paid for the NXDN upgrade on a SDS100 and have programmed in a NXDN VHF Conventional frequency of a local EMS company. The signal is strong, however there are definitely a lot of missed transmissions - possibly even 25% or so. Just curious if anyone else has run into this with NXDN on conventional VHF?

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Jut curious if anyone else has run into this. I paid for the NXDN upgrade on a SDS100 and have programmed in a NXDN VHF Conventional frequency of a local EMS company. The signal is strong, however there are definitely a lot of missed transmissions - possibly even 25% or so. Just curious if anyone else has run into this with NXDN on conventional VHF?

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Same issue with a NXDN OFT system on UHF. I recommend programming as conventional. This has been an issue since the x36hp series and I submitted debug files for review. Never has been corrected.
 

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There is a local TV station out here that uses a trunked NXDN although it is much easier to listen to them as a conventional system (not OFT), they can be Ran 1, Ran 3 or Ran 5 every time they key the radio, possibly for what you are listening to?
Who are you trying to listen to, so we can look them up in the database?
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Thanks for the responses! It is AMR in Riverside County, CA, It is just a single channel VHF. I am hearing them, it is just that I can detect a lot of missed transmissions. Appreciate any thoughts!


155.35500 WPAH612 BM32 RANAMR MedNet-3Dispatch Southwest County and Hemet NXDN EMS Dispatch
 

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Thanks for the responses! It is AMR in Riverside County, CA, It is just a single channel VHF. I am hearing them, it is just that I can detect a lot of missed transmissions. Appreciate any thoughts!


155.35500 WPAH612BM32 RANAMR MedNet-3Dispatch Southwest County and HemetNXDNEMS Dispatch
Filter settings, IFX are the first things I would try.
 
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