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schwab
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Re: MAINE TURNPIKE DOT

#26 Post by schwab » 03 Jan 2020 19:07

151.670, Slot 1, CC6 "Headquarters answering toll calling?", and nothing further. My CS751 was showing TG 30001? 151.670 is transmitting a data burst every second, as is 153.6875 (another frequency licensed to RCM). I'm not as adept at DMR-fu as some others on this forum may be, but the odd TG numbering and data bursts seem to indicate to me that something besides conventional DMR is going on, some kind of one frequncy trunk?
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Re: MAINE TURNPIKE DOT

#27 Post by JohnBolduc » 04 Jan 2020 09:41

I am not that savvy at this either, but my first guess would be GPS/location data in those data bursts.
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Re: MAINE TURNPIKE DOT

#28 Post by MaineRadioMan » 04 Jan 2020 10:26

schwab wrote:
03 Jan 2020 19:07
151.670, Slot 1, CC6 "Headquarters answering toll calling?", and nothing further. My CS751 was showing TG 30001? 151.670 is transmitting a data burst every second, as is 153.6875 (another frequency licensed to RCM). I'm not as adept at DMR-fu as some others on this forum may be, but the odd TG numbering and data bursts seem to indicate to me that something besides conventional DMR is going on, some kind of one frequncy trunk?
its a trunk system on the RCM DMR site under RR on the database! Im trying to put this all together but its a huge undertaking so!
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Re: MAINE TURNPIKE DOT

#29 Post by schwab » 04 Jan 2020 10:32

160.770, PL 123.0: "9-1 to headquarters, the debris at 10 south has been removed." The responding "10-4" was heard on both 160.77 and 151.67 slot 2, but I didn't catch the TG.
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Re: MAINE TURNPIKE DOT

#30 Post by MaineRadioMan » 04 Jan 2020 10:56

there is also a dmr patch to 160.770 analog for people to listen that dont have a digital radio
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Re: MAINE TURNPIKE DOT

#31 Post by MaineRadioMan » 04 Jan 2020 10:56

schwab wrote:
04 Jan 2020 10:32
160.770, PL 123.0: "9-1 to headquarters, the debris at 10 south has been removed." The responding "10-4" was heard on both 160.77 and 151.67 slot 2, but I didn't catch the TG.
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