Wyolink p500 programming code

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kidda71

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I am in the process of programming a GRECOM PSR-600 scanner to hold the entire WYOLINK radio system. My plan is to set each MAT region to be its own trunk system. Since there are seven MAT regions I will have seven systems programmed and then set the scanner to scan the system region when I am visiting the area. If anyone has done something like this I would enjoy an example of the p500 programming code.

I am also having problems of getting some talkgroups to unmute and decode to listen. The scanner is locking into the talkgroup but does not decode the radio traffic. I have the MultiSite Mode set to OFF as the issue not decoding happens less than the Roaming and Stationary settings. Any help would be nice.

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Weak signals is my guess. The PSR-600 doesnt mute encrypted traffic, you'll hear hellish noise.

Try to stick with sites with good signal decode rates. Less control channels tend to be better than more in my experience.

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P500 Files For Wyolink

Here are two files that I have, they a P500 files and work in the win500 program to program into The GRE 500/600 or RS 106/197 Scanners.

Wyolink Base 1 (Base Station Scanners GRE 600/RS 197)

Wyolink Roam 1 (Hand-Held Scanners GRE 500/RS 106)

Additional info on the files:
Banks are set up by County
Top banks 1-10 Conventional Freq.
Bottom Banks 11-20 Wyolink/Conventional 19,20 are empty

The setup is set along the interstate corridors mainly along I-80, I-25, and I-90. Their is some room on the files to rearange to your liking.

If you need any further help please PM me, and I'll help as much as I can.

Hope these help fellow scanner listeners.
 

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kf7yn

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I'm curious why you use P25 Manual rather than P25 Auto? I was under the impression the default trunking table is sufficient. Is this not correct?

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Here are two files that I have, they a P500 files and work in the win500 program to program into The GRE 500/600 or RS 106/197 Scanners.

Wyolink Base 1 (Base Station Scanners GRE 600/RS 197)

Wyolink Roam 1 (Hand-Held Scanners GRE 500/RS 106)

Additional info on the files:
Banks are set up by County
Top banks 1-10 Conventional Freq.
Bottom Banks 11-20 Wyolink/Conventional 19,20 are empty

The setup is set along the interstate corridors mainly along I-80, I-25, and I-90. Their is some room on the files to rearange to your liking.

If you need any further help please PM me, and I'll help as much as I can.

Hope these help fellow scanner listeners.
 

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The reason for the manual is to have the scanner be more specific to the Wyolink radio system. Mannual allows the user to put in the trunking tables yourself. Auto allows the scanner to put the trunking tables together. I have heard that auto can be fussy some times so that is why I have the manual setup.

I put these tables in from this, WyoLink: Statewide Interoperability Matrix Trunking System, Statewide, Multi-State - Scanner Frequencies

Trunking multi-table

ID: 00
Low channel: 0
High channel: 4095
Channel offset: 0
Base frequency: 851.00625
kHz step: 6.25

ID: 01
Low channel: 4096
High channel: 8191
Channel offset: 4096
Base frequency: 762.00625
kHz step: 6.25

ID: 02
Low channel: 8192
High channel: 12287
Channel offset: 8192
Base frequency: 150.9925
kHz step: 2.5

ID: 03
Low channel: 12288
High channel: 16383
Channel offset: 12288
Base frequency: 146.7775
kHz step: 5.0

ID: 04
Low channel: 16384
High channel: 20479
Channel offset: 16384
Base frequency: 146.775
kHz step: 5.0

ID: 05
Low channel: 20480
High channel: 24575
Channel offset: 20480
Base frequency: 153.5275
kHz step: 5.0

ID: 06
Low channel: 24576
High channel: 28671
Channel offset: 24576
Base frequency: 149.37
kHz step: 5.0

ID: 07
Low channel: 28672
High channel: 32767
Channel offset: 28672
Base frequency: 136.0
kHz step: 12.5

Hope this helps with the explaination.

Is My setup what you were looking for when traveling thru?
 
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Austin4Wyo

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Is there any way to easily convert those to a CSV file, whp? I'm running ARC500, and it doesn't like the Win500 files. Would it, say, open in Excel so I could save as a CSV?
 

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Is there any way to easily convert those to a CSV file, whp? I'm running ARC500, and it doesn't like the Win500 files. Would it, say, open in Excel so I could save as a CSV?
To my knowledge, I don't know how to do the conversion to CSV file. But you can download a trial of the win500 program and try it that way.
 

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To my knowledge, I don't know how to do the conversion to CSV file. But you can download a trial of the win500 program and try it that way.
What I wound up doing was copying the info from the Win500 file and simply pasting it into Excel. I'm still tinkering, but I'll upload the .csv files later in the evening, which should be compatible with other software formats.
 

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Scratch the conversion, at least for the moment...took a different approach to how to set up Wyolink in my scanner, and have been working through that. I may still try and convert the other stuff...but its not a priority now.
 

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What I learned by using MAT regions is that distance trunk sites sometimes reach the scanner causing the scanner to miss the closer control channel. My PSR then skips and the audio drops off.
 
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