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#1 Post by cdgordon » 22 Sep 2015 09:08

The NY/NJ/PA OneVoice Network has expanded into CT, MA, & NH with 2 Western New England sites and 3 Eastern New England sites. This system is a UHF MotoTrbo Connect Plus system (networked DMR trunked system). The system is the result of several radio companies getting together to build out a wide area system. Typical users are business however there are some Public Safety/Emergency Services on it.

System ID is 171
The RR.com page is:
http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?sid=7363
with a SNE WIKI coming soon I hope.
The Farmington CT site (RR listed as Hartford), is Site 26 while Holyoke is Site 50. The Eastern MA, SE NH sites are 61, 63, & 64 with what appears to be more planned by All-Comm. There is a coverage map for SE MA at:
http://allcommtechnologies.com/trunking-network/
and a coverage map for NY/NJ/PA/CT/Western MA at:
http://www.1voicenet.com/

171-26 - Farmington, CT - Ch 23/24 - 454.19375 cc
171-26 - Farmington, CT - Ch 27/28 - 454.21875 cc

171-50 - Holyoke, MA - Ch 3/5 - 461.5375 cc
171-50 - Holyoke, MA - Ch 5/6 - 463.5125

171-61 - unknown - unknown channel number - 472.7750 cc
171-61 - unknown - unknown channel number - 472.4625

171-63 - unknown - unknown channel number - 483.7875 cc

171-64 - unk, Likely Hudson, NH - unknown channel number - 484.7375 cc

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#2 Post by N1BHH (Silent Key) » 22 Sep 2015 11:22

473.7875 looks like a typo. 472.7750 and 472.4625 Are licensed to ADF Communications and 484.7375 to DCC (Allcomm). Could the other one be 472.7875? That is also ADF. The Brockton site has a huge tower.
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#3 Post by cdgordon » 22 Sep 2015 11:48

It was a typo, should be 483.7875, thanks. Original post corrected.

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#4 Post by cdgordon » 22 Sep 2015 14:57

Added WIKI page to SNE
Menu access by
--> WIKI Main Page --> New England Portal --> OneVoice MotoTrbo Network
Link is:
http://scan-ne.net/wiki/index.php?title=OneVoice

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#5 Post by cdgordon » 23 Aug 2016 21:23

Added Multiple VT & Hinsdale NH sites to WIKI, use the link in the above post

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#6 Post by Scott » 24 Aug 2016 15:38

Thanks Chris.
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#7 Post by Scott » 23 Dec 2016 21:53

Digging out this semi-old thread. In all likelihood I'm monitoring at the wrong time of day, but I have a pretty strong CC on 472.775 which ID's as Site 171-61. RR indicates this site is in Plymouth. I have yet to see any activity at this site; I've been watching it for the past 3 evenings using SDR#, DSD+, and my Airspy.

Anyone in MA hearing traffic on this system at all? I see a few references to "Unknown E MA TG" in the Wiki.
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#8 Post by garys » 23 Dec 2016 22:20

It's bombing in here. In fact it's so strong that I had to dial down the LNA on Airspy because DSD+ was overloaded. I think the site is in Abington on the Al Philebrown (sp?) tower. I'll set up a system in DSDPlus and keep an eye on it for a few days. Of course with the holiday weekend, radio traffic is likely to be very slow.


Scott SNE Webmaster wrote:Digging out this semi-old thread. In all likelihood I'm monitoring at the wrong time of day, but I have a pretty strong CC on 472.775 which ID's as Site 171-61. RR indicates this site is in Plymouth. I have yet to see any activity at this site; I've been watching it for the past 3 evenings using SDR#, DSD+, and my Airspy.

Anyone in MA hearing traffic on this system at all? I see a few references to "Unknown E MA TG" in the Wiki.
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#9 Post by garys » 24 Dec 2016 12:00

Nothing at all, Scott. Not even a confirmation of the LCN and OTA orders. Which DSD+ seems to need some amount of traffic to confirm.

BTW, Fastlane 2.29 has been released. Which I'm sure you know.
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#10 Post by Scott » 24 Dec 2016 14:57

I was not aware of 2.29 until I read the email notification that you posted this reply, so thanks for that.

Regarding this system as you said this is not an ideal time to sleuth it. Monday it'll probably pick up again.
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#11 Post by garys » 24 Dec 2016 16:18

ETA: CC for 171-61 has changed to 472.4625.

You're welcome. I had the same results with Comtronics MotoTrbo. No school, no routine transfers, no one really working. So, no radio traffic.

The install of 2.29 was, as usual, flawless. I've on skimmed the notes so far, but it doesn't look like an huge changes. Whining over on RR about no P2 audio, but to me that's not a big deal as I have three P2 scanners.

Trying to resist the temptation to buy a 996P2 and sell one of my 436HPs. :(
Scott SNE Webmaster wrote:I was not aware of 2.29 until I read the email notification that you posted this reply, so thanks for that.

Regarding this system as you said this is not an ideal time to sleuth it. Monday it'll probably pick up again.
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#12 Post by garys » 27 Dec 2016 10:34

Activity today. I guess it was quiet because of the holiday.

472.4625 is Channel 1/2
472.7750 is Channel 3/4.

One talk group so far 600031.
Channel 1 is the control channel today.

The other two fequencies don't appear to be active yet.

ETA: Well it didn't take wrong for the system to prove me wrong.

472.7625 is Channel 5/6.

Of course this happens when I'm in a different room, so I haven't had a chance to try to identify users.
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#13 Post by garys » 27 Dec 2016 11:25

ADF is Al Fillebrown. The site is actually in Abington. It's a pretty good sized tower.
N1BHH wrote:473.7875 looks like a typo. 472.7750 and 472.4625 Are licensed to ADF Communications and 484.7375 to DCC (Allcomm). Could the other one be 472.7875? That is also ADF. The Brockton site has a huge tower.
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#14 Post by Scott » 27 Dec 2016 13:21

I heard and saw one TG key up at 1307 today, someone keying a mic with no voice. 600030 is the TG. Ch 3 is now showing as the CC (Slot 1 on 472.775). No other voice channels showing here.
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#15 Post by ScanBoston » 27 Dec 2016 13:27

garys wrote:ADF is Al Fillebrown. The site is actually in Abington. It's a pretty good sized tower.
Was the transmitter home of WBOT FM Hot 97.7 from Brockton for a few years.

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#16 Post by garys » 27 Dec 2016 13:31

I was out for a while and saw that just now. I reset FMPA with the new control channel just before I went out. There was voice traffic on 600030 this morning, but not enough for me to even guess who it was. It doesn't seem to be an overly busy system, at least not at this site.
Scott SNE Webmaster wrote:I heard and saw one TG key up at 1307 today, someone keying a mic with no voice. 600030 is the TG. Ch 3 is now showing as the CC (Slot 1 on 472.775). No other voice channels showing here.
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#17 Post by Scott » 27 Dec 2016 15:07

Is 472.775 showing as channels 3 and 4 for you? It is for me with the current CC on 3.
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#18 Post by garys » 27 Dec 2016 15:49

Yes. As of right now, six channels are showing. CC is on Channel 3. That TG you mentioned is being used in the Weymouth area at the least. I'm still having trouble hearing the audio clearly. I think I have to turn down the LNA gain on my FMP24 dongle. Which I think requires starting SDR# and changing the LNA setting there. Unless I'm missing a way to do is in FMP. I can do it with FMPA, but haven't seen it in FMP24.
Scott SNE Webmaster wrote:Is 472.775 showing as channels 3 and 4 for you? It is for me with the current CC on 3.
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#19 Post by garys » 06 Jan 2017 16:19

600030 seems to be a refuse hauling snow plowing company. I thought I heard a conversation about Patriot Place, but I'm not 100% sure.
BTW, in FMP24, the way to turn down RF gain is with the "G" key. It's different than FMPA which uses the "J", "K" and "L" keys to perform similar functions.
I corrected the previous entry data on LCN and OTA.
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#20 Post by garys » 09 Jan 2017 20:38

600022 is encrypted.
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#21 Post by cdgordon » 25 Jan 2017 10:01

500550 is a TG for Westfield DPW plowing subcontractors. RID 55500 is DPW Base

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#22 Post by cdgordon » 02 Mar 2017 22:15

Some new site popped up on RR earlier today and after some discussion, were removed since they had no locations, only site numbers. I did some FCC searching and found that some fit licenses for Maine, New Hampshire & VT. I posted my research on RR but hope some of the Northern New Englanders can confirm that they are active and they are OneVoice Sites. OneVoice is MotoTrbo Con+ with a System ID of 171


Maine Radios Sites 81-85 (here is their coverage map: http://www.maineradios.com/coverage_area.htm )
Site 80 - Part 22, no locations - 454.03125, 454.34375, 454.46875, 454.59375
Site 81 - Lewiston, ME - WPMV420 - 452.77500, 451.88750
Site 82 - Falmouth, ME - WPNU646, WPMJ862 - 462.15000, 464.22500
Site 83 - Lyman, ME - WPTW309, WPUX927 - 464.02500, 461.72500
Site 84 - Saco, ME - WPPV382 - 451.48750, 452.28750
Site 85 - Bath, ME - WQTL689 - 464.28750, 464.01250


Central VT Communications, Sites 90-94
Site 91 - Part 22, no locations - 454.04375, 454.36875, 454.49375, 454.58125
Site 92 - Foxville/Williamstown, VT - WQYJ827, WQJR476 - 451.27500, 452.55000, 462.10000, 464.45000
Site 93 - Part 22, no locations - 454.13125, 454.35625, 454.51875, 454.54375
Site 94 - Hanover, NH - WQYH418 - 451.97500, 451.82500


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#23 Post by mco » 21 Jun 2017 10:01

I also noticed these pop up for Maine in RR.

I've been following and contributing to the Maine DMR info in RR for some time and aside from the new Part 22 sites mentioned, all of these still appear to be running as the previously logged Maine Radio Con+ System 149, detailed [url=http://(Maine%20Radio's%20System%20http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?sid=8822]here[/url].

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cdgordon wrote:Some new site popped up on RR earlier today and after some discussion, were removed since they had no locations, only site numbers. I did some FCC searching and found that some fit licenses for Maine, New Hampshire & VT. I posted my research on RR but hope some of the Northern New Englanders can confirm that they are active and they are OneVoice Sites. OneVoice is MotoTrbo Con+ with a System ID of 171


Maine Radios Sites 81-85 (here is their coverage map: http://www.maineradios.com/coverage_area.htm )
Site 80 - Part 22, no locations - 454.03125, 454.34375, 454.46875, 454.59375
Site 81 - Lewiston, ME - WPMV420 - 452.77500, 451.88750
Site 82 - Falmouth, ME - WPNU646, WPMJ862 - 462.15000, 464.22500
Site 83 - Lyman, ME - WPTW309, WPUX927 - 464.02500, 461.72500
Site 84 - Saco, ME - WPPV382 - 451.48750, 452.28750
Site 85 - Bath, ME - WQTL689 - 464.28750, 464.01250


Central VT Communications, Sites 90-94
Site 91 - Part 22, no locations - 454.04375, 454.36875, 454.49375, 454.58125
Site 92 - Foxville/Williamstown, VT - WQYJ827, WQJR476 - 451.27500, 452.55000, 462.10000, 464.45000
Site 93 - Part 22, no locations - 454.13125, 454.35625, 454.51875, 454.54375
Site 94 - Hanover, NH - WQYH418 - 451.97500, 451.82500


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#24 Post by garys » 31 Jul 2017 11:36

I've managed to track down some of the information for Site 69. Channel 9/10 is 472.450 Channel 11/12 is 472.0500. Control Channel alternates between these two, at about noon every day. I did FCC searches for CT, MA, RI and found no licenses. Then did one for NH (kind of far away from me) to see if anything turned up. WQLI930 is licensed to Dave Unkles from a Londonderry, NH address. The interesting thing is that the transmitter sites are Boston and Waltham. From a modification application filed in May, Boston is a "fill in" site for the main site at Waltham.

Additional frequencies under that license are 472.6500 and 484.8250. I'm still trying to figure out what the OTA channel assignments are. Another odd fact is that only 7/8, 9/10, and 11/12 are active. OTA channels 1-6 do no show up at all. At least not so far.

Once I have a better idea of how this site works, I'll update the Wiki.
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#25 Post by ecps92 » 31 Jul 2017 11:44

Use the General Menu search
http://fjallfoss.fcc.gov/General_Menu_Reports/
http://fjallfoss.fcc.gov/General_Menu_R ... _select=on
which will search on the SITE Location[s]

Using the ULS, the state option is based on the Mailing address of the licensee, not the Site Location
http://wireless2.fcc.gov/UlsApp/UlsSear ... vanced.jsp

or even better is the less known SNE FCC Search
http://www.scan-ne.net/nefd/nefd.html
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