Troy reported two encrypted TGs on his last run of Pro96Com…6033 (in the TG range for HCPD) and 6485 (unknown). Everything else seems to be in the clear.
The date for my next trip is uncertain right now - but I'll look when I come down.Troy reported two encrypted TGs on his last run of Pro96Com…6033 (in the TG range for HCPD) and 6485 (unknown). Everything else seems to be in the clear.
I've had great reception on two Unication G5 pagers with stock and other stubby antennas. The TRX-1 and TRX-2 are doing reasonably well. A 396T is doing OK. The 436 and 536 are missing a lot of traffic…maybe 25%.
Troy…on your next visit, we could use another Pro96Com run to see which freqs, have been moved from the old system (I think all but one) and if the new system control freqs. remain unchanged. I've tried getting it running, but keep getting errors…probably my total lack of experience with the software. Thanks!
Yes, actually that's how I determined one freq may not have been migrated. That freq also seems to have what sounds like digital data traffic occasionally. Could be still on the old controller while they try to figure out what to do with it.The date for my next trip is uncertain right now - but I'll look when I come down.
In the mean time, you could use one of your TRX radios to record everything for a few hours and then pull them to your PC to see what voice frequencies are captured in the recordings.
A few other things to try:Thanks for the feedback. Not sure if maybe the system just isn't compatible with the Pro-2096, I programmed via cable/Win96 direct from Radio Reference import and still getting transmissions on the system but extremely garbled/digitized sounding. Staying in Carolina Forest near HCFR Station 39 so reception isn't the issue. Activity I'm hearing is on all talkgroups, not just the two encrypted ones mentioned earlier.