What scanner and frequencies for Trent Hills,Ontario?

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VE3BLI

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At this time I only have a Realistic Pro-38,which is fine for listening to local ham radio repeaters.

What would I need to listen to Trent Hills,ON emergency services?

Are they encrypted?

In which case I may as well not bother upgrading!


Recommended outside antenna? Discone,other?

Local frequencies,please?
 

DickH

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At this time I only have a Realistic Pro-38,which is fine for listening to local ham radio repeaters.
What would I need to listen to Trent Hills,ON emergency services?
Are they encrypted?
In which case I may as well not bother upgrading!
Recommended outside antenna? Discone,other?
Local frequencies,please?
Scroll down to the ONTARIO forum and ask there.
 

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At this time I only have a Realistic Pro-38,which is fine for listening to local ham radio repeaters.

What would I need to listen to Trent Hills,ON emergency services?

Are they encrypted?

In which case I may as well not bother upgrading!


Recommended outside antenna? Discone,other?

Local frequencies,please?
A digital trunktracker will allow you to hear OPP, Fire and EMS.

No Emergency Services are encrypted. A discone would be fine.

A link to Northumberland County is here: Northumberland County, Ontario (ON) Scanner Frequencies and Radio Frequency Reference
 
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Scroll down to the ONTARIO forum and ask there.
Please don't. All that does is create another identical thread which is known as cross-posting and is against the rules.


Instead, the new member needs to Report his first post by clicking on the triangle with the exclamation mark inside of it and ask a Moderator to move it.
 

DickH

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Please don't. All that does is create another identical thread which is known as cross-posting and is against the rules.


Instead, the new member needs to Report his first post by clicking on the triangle with the exclamation mark inside of it and ask a Moderator to move it.
I told him the best way to get good info. Isn't it your job to explain the intricacies of the forums?
 
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