The feeds are "hosted" on RadioReference, but each feed is provided by an individual RR member. If the feed provider decides that they no longer wish to provide the feed, then the feed no longer exists (until somebody else decides to provide it).Hi - thanks for the response. Pardon my ignorance, but when you say "feed provider" - what does that mean? Any idea why it would be terminated?
Again, that all depends on whether or not somebody else decides to start providing the feed.One follow up question...does anybody know if the PD feed will be available again after they "go P25 fulltime on both channels" (whatever that means...)?
I think I may have found my own answer.
P25 is P25 and the BCi25D card inside my BC785D will ALWAYS be able to receive and decode P25 digital voice traffic on a normal single frequency system.
I believe I just found that the 3600 baud only applies to a P25 Trunked System where the control channel data either flows at 3600 Baud, or on newer systems at 9600 Baud.
As long as I do not care about listening to trunked systems that use the faster control channel, I should be able to listen to places like Waltham PD when they switch to a P25 digital voice channel, vs their current 131.8 PL analog voice system.
Anyone want to confirm or correct what I just said?