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digitalanalog

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Maybe i am confused.......................

I have a triple trunker Pro 2053 with win 93 software running.

But i can not understand why it's 800+ capable, if everything requires
digital.

So can someone please tell me what NON digital freq's are available
in the 800+ range to monitor.

I am Rural and there are a few trunked systems i should be able to hear
but have no idea why i can't hear then other then the Digital issue

What 800 mhz systems are there that Are NOT digital

Northeast Ohio -> Leetonia Ohio 44431
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The only Digital 800 MHz systems in NE Ohio are Lake County, Stark County, Belmont County, Stark County, Ohio MARCS. There are still lots of 800 MHz frequencies and systems that are analog. Just check the Database for further information.
 

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I think you will have a pretty hard time finding any 800 mhz systems (digital or not) in Leetonia. In fact, it would be pretty hard to program more than 50 active channels in your scanner in that part of Ohio.
 

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You forgot Summit County Regional is digital .. public safety communications
 

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digitalanalog said:
Maybe i am confused.......................
I am Rural and there are a few trunked systems i should be able to hear
but have no idea why i can't hear then other then the Digital issue
What 800 mhz systems are there that Are NOT digital
Northeast Ohio -> Leetonia Ohio 44431Thanks
You have an EDACS system that the local electric company uses that is not digital. There are 54 conventional frequencies listed in RR data base for Columbiana county. Maybe some Mahoning county stuff, but, not much trunked in that part of Ohio. Enjoy what you can monitor before you can't listen when it goes digital:)
Larry
 

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You are correct, Tfitzmaurice89. But, Geauga County is Analog. Lake County is mixed Digital/Analog.
 
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