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Old March 19th 07, 11:53 PM posted to rec.radio.scanner,rec.radio.amateur
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Default Anyone have NYC EMC base trunk frequencies ?

. . .that actually work ?
have tried stuff from a website and there is nothing on the
base freq and i programmed it in the PRO-97 and NG

i tried 854.9875 and 860.73750

dont hear anything but static

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. . .that actually work ?
have tried stuff from a website and there is nothing on the
base freq and i programmed it in the PRO-97 and NG


i tried 854.9875 and 860.73750


dont hear anything but static


You might try this:

http://www.radioreference.com/module...ame=RR&sid=126

This is old data, but maybe the frequencies are the same and you can
try programming it was a Motorola Type II rather than having to deal
with programming a fleet map. It also references http://www.n2nov.net/
which may be more up to date.

I use a Pro-92 and have no problem with listening to talk groups now
that I have it properly setup.

Good luck,
Regards
Nigel

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Default Anyone have NYC EMC base trunk frequencies ?

yea i tried that from radioreference .

the way i tried it i program in the primary control channel .
then you set up the blocks with the s numbers.

doesnt work or am i missing something.

btw what does the primary control channel sound like anyway ??
like voice or data ??

thanks

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. . .that actually work ?
have tried stuff from a website and there is nothing on the
base freq and i programmed it in the PRO-97 and NG


i tried 854.9875 and 860.73750


dont hear anything but static


You might try this:

http://www.radioreference.com/module...ame=RR&sid=126

This is old data, but maybe the frequencies are the same and you can
try programming it was a Motorola Type II rather than having to deal
with programming a fleet map. It also references http://www.n2nov.net/
which may be more up to date.

I use a Pro-92 and have no problem with listening to talk groups now
that I have it properly setup.

Good luck,
Regards
Nigel



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Default Anyone have NYC EMC base trunk frequencies ?

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yea i tried that from radioreference .


the way i tried it i program in the primary control channel .
then you set up the blocks with the s numbers.


doesnt work or am i missing something.


Well, this is what I did for Plano

866.06250
866.15000
866.17500
866.65000*
866.67500
866.96250
867.06250
867.15000*
867.17500
867.65000*
867.67500
867.96250
868.06250
868.27500*
868.30000

I press PGM and set the banks as follows
P101.T...-MO
866.0625 MHz
Bank 1 Ch 01
MOT: none

P102.T...-MO
866.1500 MHz
Bank 1 Ch 02
MOT: none

Including the control channels. I only hear static on the control channels
apart from 867.15000 which is data sounding.

When in PGM mode I can press TRUNK and that will let me enter the code
for the talk group which I can then lock out. There are almost 250 talk
groups in these frequencies, I really have no need for Plano City Irrigation
Data.

So, make sure the frequencies are stored in contiguous banks and see if
that helps.

Regards
Nigel
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Default Anyone have NYC EMS primary control channel frequencies ?

thePlano Texas freq wont work in New york City

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news wrote:


yea i tried that from radioreference .


the way i tried it i program in the primary control channel .
then you set up the blocks with the s numbers.


doesnt work or am i missing something.


Well, this is what I did for Plano

866.06250
866.15000
866.17500
866.65000*
866.67500
866.96250
867.06250
867.15000*
867.17500
867.65000*
867.67500
867.96250
868.06250
868.27500*
868.30000

I press PGM and set the banks as follows
P101.T...-MO
866.0625 MHz
Bank 1 Ch 01
MOT: none

P102.T...-MO
866.1500 MHz
Bank 1 Ch 02
MOT: none

Including the control channels. I only hear static on the control channels
apart from 867.15000 which is data sounding.

When in PGM mode I can press TRUNK and that will let me enter the code
for the talk group which I can then lock out. There are almost 250 talk
groups in these frequencies, I really have no need for Plano City
Irrigation
Data.

So, make sure the frequencies are stored in contiguous banks and see if
that helps.

Regards
Nigel





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news wrote:


thePlano Texas freq wont work in New york City


I was giving you an example of how I setup my Pro-92 for Plano so that
you can be sure your setup is similar for NYC.

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