Holy Family Hospital DMR system, Methuen and Haverhill

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Holy Family Hospital DMR system, Methuen and Haverhill

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https://scan-ne.net/wiki/index.php?titl ... _Hospitals

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Holy Family, Methuen [ADD: "and Haverhill campuses"]

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Name				Frequency	Type	Tone	Notes

Steward Holy Family Hospital    461.9750	R	DMR	WPTC536
								DCC: 1

								Slot: 1
                                                                TG 4000: Methuen Maint. Ops.

								Slot:2
								TG 5000: Haverhill Maint. Ops.

Steward Holy Family Hospital	452.0125	R	DMR	WQDB627
								DCC: 1

								Slot: 1
								TG 2000: Methuen Security

								Slot: 2
								TG 3000: Haverhill Security
Additional notes: Hospital web site: https://www.holyfamilyhospital.org/
TGs ID'd from several hours of recordings, with street and building names and other misc. references. Some of these DMR frequencies are getting crowded, and sometimes with very similar systems. In this case, 461.9750 is also home to a Winchester hospital DMR system and a third which I have yet to identify. 452.0125 shares the frequency with MIT Lincoln Labs security, and (again) a third system I have yet to identify. This not only makes it challenging to sort out TGs, slots, and color codes, but I'm noticing that DSD+ sometimes retains stale data when switching between multiple DMR systems on the same frequency.
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Re: Holy Family Hospital DMR system, Methuen and Haverhill

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bfrederi wrote:
09 Apr 2020 19:34
Additional notes: Hospital web site: https://www.holyfamilyhospital.org/
TGs ID'd from several hours of recordings, with street and building names and other misc. references. Some of these DMR frequencies are getting crowded, and sometimes with very similar systems. In this case, 461.9750 is also home to a Winchester hospital DMR system and a third which I have yet to identify. 452.0125 shares the frequency with MIT Lincoln Labs security, and (again) a third system I have yet to identify. This not only makes it challenging to sort out TGs, slots, and color codes, but I'm noticing that DSD+ sometimes retains stale data when switching between multiple DMR systems on the same frequency.
Bill IDed MarketStreet in Lynnfield using DMR on 452.0125, which may be your third item there.
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Re: Holy Family Hospital DMR system, Methuen and Haverhill

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Thanks, Mike. That makes sense.

W1KNE wrote:
10 Apr 2020 06:49
Bill IDed MarketStreet in Lynnfield using DMR on 452.0125, which may be your third item there.
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Re: Holy Family Hospital DMR system, Methuen and Haverhill

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Nice Work Bruce - working the wiki's this am

Looks like Haverhill is IP linked back to Methuen
wonder what Frequencies are actully used in Haverhill to IP back to Methuen
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