That was me, and yes, there is.... according to the work sheets...I remember someone awhile back saying a new system ID was in the works
F7E*I like to use NAC-FE7 which is an "all calls" NAC assignment. That way if they are on ANY NAC on a particular frequency you won't miss the conversation if you are unaware of the NAC code. For example: Channel 1 may be 155.550 NAC-D70 and channel 2 might be 155.550 NAC-D50. By programming 155.550 with NAC-FE7 you won't need to program two different NAC ID's to hear all the chatter on the frequency. Some adjoining areas use the same frequency on a different NAC but this way you hear it all.
Okay so this took some patience.Has anyone in the metro area heard ANY WSP 700 lately?
I figured there may have been a programming problem. I created another separate favorite list for King simulcast and started receiving traffic again. I let it log overnight and confirmed it is working. I had no idea about the change in band plan. Thank you for that information.Okay so this took some patience.
WSP700 is working fine; however, since they have since modified the sites... you will likely have to reprogram you scanners! Fun fun fun! The band plan for the old 715 system is likely still stuck in your scanner.
When I looked at SDR# and DSD+ there was plenty of traffic on WSP700 Site 201. I then turned on my 996P2 and 325P2. No voice traffic! Wasn't even seeing the TGIDs appear...
My SDS100 was working fine but I had recently wiped it and reprogrammed. The band plan hadn't been written yet for that site.
In my 325P2 and 996P2 I had a single IWN bank -- which had the VHF sites and the 700 Mhz sites. This will still work; however you will need to wipe and reprogram your scanners in order for the newest band plan to take hold.
Master Bunnery Sgt. CParris suggested that the new band plan may (eventually) update in our scanners -- but after leaving my scanner on for at least 15 minutes -- it had not refreshed the band plan. Perhaps it would update after 24 hours..?
I tested my theory by making a new system and entering in the 201 site info. Sure enough there was still no traffic coming through (despite seeing it on DSD+) -- but suddenly, after 3 minutes or so, I had voice traffic once again. With my 325P2, it was even quicker.
So get out there and reprogram your scanners... since we have nothing better to do.
The trunking system is currently not reliable, available, or have the capacity necessary to conduct day-to-day trooper operations.