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- Dec 23, 2001
- Ann Arbor, Michigan
Not future plans anymore; the system goes live in about 10 days.Here is a letter to the FCC, from the city of Worthington, Ohio describing their future radio system plans. This makes for some very interesting reading, especially when you read their application.
This simulcast system will be linked with the Delaware County 800MHz P25 standards based system through the use of a common trunking controller
The Dublin and Worthington frequencies are being combined into a three-site P25 simulcast which will be connected to the DelCo system as a second zone.I'm a bit confused after reading that. I thought Worthington and Dublin were simply joining the Delaware County system and getting their own TGs on that system. From reading that it sounds like they are starting a separate system using the old analog Worthington freqs and the Dublin freqs. Can anyone clarify?
If the Agency you have been listening to went Marcs Digital You'll need a new Digital Scanner Look here it appears that Dublin is` still analog Dublin Trunking System, Dublin, Ohio - Scanner FrequenciesHello folks! I am new to the Radio Reference forum and am hoping this is the correct thread to ask the following question. Having listened to the scanner in Dublin, OH for the past two years, we were caught a bit off guard with the transition the other day and, as a result, no longer receive any transmissions. My wife and I are surely not radio experts and had originally had the scanner (Radio Shack Pro-528) set on TRUNK mode with the following frequencies : 852.0125, 855.4875, 855.7125, and 855.9625. Could anyone please advise of the new frequencies which I would need to enter in order to receive transmissions and subsequent talk groups over the newly upgraded system? Sorry for any ignorance here. Knowing you folks are the more die hard radio users, thought there might be some answers here. Thanks in advance for any replies to this post! Much appreciated.