Worth Co. Georgia Sheriff dept

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ihornsby

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Hello all,
I'm new to the forum, and new to digital systems. Seems my local county dept (Worth Co Ga) has changed over to a digital system. I am getting ready to purchase a GRE PSR-800 Digital Scanner, how can I find the new system info once my new radio arrives. I'm sure it's not been updated in the data bases yet. Thx for the help.
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kg4ojj

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1. Search the FCC Database for VHF frequencies in Worth County
License Search

2. Search the Georgia Forum for "Worth"
The RadioReference.com Forums - Search Results

3. Look through the known frequencies in the database for Worth County
Worth County, Georgia (GA) Scanner Frequencies and Radio Frequency Reference

4. Plug-in these frequencies into your scanner and report back what you hear. If I recall correctly, the Worth County Sheriff's Department has switched to a digital format that is NOT scannable with the GRE PSR-800. This would be the MotoTRBO or NXDN format. Radioreference has a forum for those data types, including some links to what they sound like.

5. Use the Search feature of that scanner and report back what new frequencies you find.

I used to live in Albany, GA and would travel in and through Worth County fairly often. Now, I live in Jacksonville, so I cannot help you directly. There are others in the Georgia forum that do live in/near you and are willing to help. I have a PSR-800 and can help you with programming, although the library download feature works really well.
 

ihornsby

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If I recall correctly, the Worth County Sheriff's Department has switched to a digital format that is NOT scannable with the GRE PSR-800. This would be the MotoTRBO or NXDN format. Radioreference has a forum for those data types,

I used to live in Albany, GA and would travel in and through Worth County fairly often. Now, I live in Jacksonville, so I cannot help you directly. There are others in the Georgia forum that do live in/near you and are willing to help. I have a PSR-800 and can help you with programming, although the library download feature works really well.
Thx Jay for the info. That really stinks that I can't monitor my local Law Enforcement. Well, maybe in the near future it'll be open to scan.
Thx again,
D.L.
 
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