PRO-96 Digital Trunking Handheld Scanner Catalog

PRO-96 Digital Trunking
Handheld Scanner
Catalog # 20-526
PRO-96 Preloaded Data Addendum
TABLE OF CONTENTS
ABOUT THE PRELOADED DATA ...................................... 2
USING THE PRELOADED DATA ....................................... 3
Preloaded Data Basics ...................................................... 3
Monitoring Wide Area Multi-Site Motorola Systems .......... 6
Monitoring Wide Area Multi-Site EDACS Systems ............ 7
Using the Preloaded Conventional Data ........................... 8
Using Open and Closed Modes ........................................ 9
Encrypted Communications ............................................ 10
Recommended Reading ................................................. 10
PRELOADED DATA DIRECTORY .................................... 11
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ABOUT THE PRELOADED DATA
Your RadioShack PRO-96 Digital Trunking Handheld
Scanner features Radio Shack’s innovative V-Scanner
feature, which makes it possible for you to store up to
eleven complete scanner configuration data sets in VScanner “folders”, in the scanner’s internal memory. Ten of
these folders (0-9) are intended for use as folder storage
locations. The eleventh location (“.”) is intended for use as
a temporary storage location, or scratchpad, so you can
easily move V-Scanner data around in the scanner. The
scratchpad folder is represented with a pound sign (#) in
the PRO-96 display. For more information on V-Scanner
operations, please refer to the “Working with V-Scanners”
section of your PRO-96 Owner’s Manual.
For your convenience, the ten folder storage locations (0-9)
are preloaded with the frequencies, talkgroups and
configuration data for the top 100 trunked radio systems in
the United States. Radio Shack gratefully acknowledges
the staff at The Trunked Radio Information Homepage for
providing this trunked radio system configuration data. For
more information on trunked radio systems worldwide,
please visit http://www.trunkedradio.net. Additionally,
conventional radio system information is included for
certain major metropolitan areas that may not be using
trunked radio systems yet. The scanner’s working memory
and the scratchpad folder (“.”) are not preloaded with any
data. If you are just getting started in the exciting hobby of
monitoring trunked public safety communications, this
preloaded data will help you get up and running faster. If
you are a seasoned expert, the preloaded data can save
you time and effort. In either case, we hope you find the
preloaded data to be useful and enjoyable.
There are literally thousands of trunked radio systems in
use throughout the United States. Your PRO-96’s VScanner storage system is capable of holding ten sets of
scanner configuration data, with a maximum of ten trunked
radio systems per set, for a total of 100 trunked radio
systems. The preloaded top 100 systems were selected by
analyzing the system page hit counters at The Trunked
Radio System Information Homepage. Non-public safety
systems, airport systems, transit systems, federal systems
and military systems were not included in the selected
data. By selecting the top 100 systems, it is our hope that
systems in your area are loaded and ready for you to use.
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However, it is not possible to include every system in the
United States. If the systems in your area are not
preloaded, you may find it useful to review the preloaded
data to see how trunked radio systems are set up in the
PRO-96. You may also wish to save selected preloaded
data for those occasions when you travel.
It is also important to note that the accuracy of the
preloaded talkgroup and system configuration data is
subject to errors in the data reported to The Trunked Radio
System Information Homepage, and system configuration
changes that a system operator may make from time to
time. Field-testing the preloaded data at every trunked
radio system was not feasible. For corrected or updated
data, be sure to visit The Trunked Radio System Information Homepage frequently. Neither RadioShack nor The
Trunked Radio System Information Homepage can be held
responsible for errors, omissions or outdated data.
USING THE PRELOADED DATA
Preloaded Data Basics
There are three basic steps that are required in order for
you to use the preloaded data in your PRO-96 Digital
Scanner.
*
Examine the list of preloaded systems to see if your
system is included.
*
Identify the V-Scanner folder that contains the desired
system.
*
Load the appropriate V-Scanner folder into your
scanner’s working memory.
*
Enable or disable scan banks as needed to select the
systems you wish to monitor.
This section will take you through this process step by
step. For the purpose of discussion, let’s assume that you
live in the Broward County, Florida area, and wish to
monitor the trunked radio system used by Broward County.
First, review the directory of preloaded data. You will find
that Broward County, Florida is included, and can be found
in V-Scanner Folder #4, in Bank 0.
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1. Press PGM, then press FUNC PGM. The scanner will
display the V-Scanner menu:
Before proceeding, you may wish to save any work that
you have already done in the scanner’s working
memory. You can save the contents of working memory
to the scratchpad folder location (“.”), or you can
overwrite the preloaded data in any V-Scanner folder if
you decide that you will not need it in the future. If you
do not need to save your scanner’s current working
memory configuration, proceed to Step 2. To save the
contents of working memory, press 1. The scanner will
display:
Press the key that corresponds with the V-Scanner folder
you wish to save the working memory configuration to. Use
the “.” key to save to the scratchpad, or 0-9 to save to a
storage folder. Your selected folder location and the name
of any previously stored V-Scanner will appear in the
display. The scanner will display ** BLANK ** if the folder
location is empty. For example, assume you are saving to
the scratchpad folder and have previously stored a VScanner configuration with the name “My V-Scanner” in
that location. If you choose the V-Scanner Scratchpad
folder (“.”), the scanner will display:
Press ENTER to accept the choice, another number key
to change your selection, or CLR to abort and return to
the V-Scanner menu. The scanner gives you one final
opportunity to abort before proceeding:
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Press ENTER to confirm your choice and proceed with
the V-Scanner save operation.
While saving, the scanner will display:
When the save operation is complete, press ENTER to
return to the V-Scanner main menu.
2. To load your selection (V-Scanner #4, with Broward
County in Bank 0) into working memory, press 2. The
scanner will display:
Press the number 4 to select V-Scanner #4. The
scanner will prompt you to verify your choice. The VScanner number is shown in the second line, and the
name assigned to that V-Scanner is shown in the fourth
line. In this example:
Press ENTER to accept the choice. The scanner gives
you one final opportunity to abort before proceeding press ENTER again to continue, or CLR to abort:
While loading, the scanner will display:
When the scanner has completed the V-Scanner load
operation, press ENTER, then CLR to exit the VScanner menu. The scanner will reboot to get a clean
start with the newly loaded data.
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3. Congratulations! You have successfully loaded the
contents of V-Scanner #4 into the working memory of
your PRO-96 scanner. Now you are ready to begin
monitoring the preloaded systems. In our example, we
are interested in Broward County, which is stored in
Bank 0. When you first press SCAN to start scan
operation, all ten banks (0-9) are enabled by default. To
isolate and scan Bank 0, press the number keys that
correspond with the banks you wish to disable while the
PRO-96 is scanning. In this example, you can press 1,
2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, then 9 to disable all banks except for
Bank 0. To enable banks, simply press the number
key(s) again. Pressing a number key while scanning
toggles enabled/disabled status for the corresponding
bank. Of course, you don’t have to scan just Broward
County. You may wish to enable the bank for the MiamiDade system to the south. This system is a part of VScanner #4, which you have already loaded - simply
press the 5 key to toggle this bank on or off.
Monitoring Wide Area Multi-Site Motorola
Systems
Some of the systems that are preloaded in your scanner
are wide area, multi-site Motorola systems, such as
Smartzone and OmniLink systems. These systems are
designed to cover very large areas by using multiple
networked transmitter sites, each with its own set of
frequencies. An example of this type of system is the State
of Louisiana system stored in Bank 1 of V-Scanner #1.
In order to save space in the scanner, we have programmed the frequencies that carry the system control
channel data for each tower site in the network into a single
bank. When monitoring these systems, your scanner will
typically lock on to a single control channel frequency and
track the system using that control channel, unless you
happen to travel beyond its coverage area. In this case, the
scanner will locate a new control channel and use it to track
the system.
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If the scanner is used in locations where it is possible to
receive more than one control channel, you may find that it
sometimes locks on to a more distant site, even when a
closer one is available. You can force the scanner to ignore
other sites by manually stepping through the channels in
the bank where the networked system is stored, locking
out any control channels for sites that you would like the
scanner to ignore. Be sure to enable these channels again
if you change your location and would like to be able to
scan the locked out sites. For more information on locking
and unlocking channels, refer to “Locking Out Channels or
Frequencies” in your Owner’s Manual.
Monitoring Wide Area Multi-Site EDACS
Systems
Your scanner is also preprogrammed with wide area, multisite EDACS systems. An example of this type of system is
the LCRA system which serves certain areas in Central
Texas. This system can be found in V-Scanner #1, Bank 4.
EDACS multi-site system programming requires a separate
bank for each networked EDACS site, unlike Motorola
system programming, where one bank can be used.
Programming every site for systems of this type could
easily occupy every bank in a V-Scanner folder, and may
require additional banks in multiple V-Scanners! This would
use up space that could be assigned to other systems. In
order to limit the amount of space these systems consume,
we have selected one site to be preloaded in the scanner.
This will typically be a site that is located in a large
metropolitan area.
If you would like to monitor the other sites in large EDACS
networks such as the LCRA system, we recommend that
you visit The Trunked Radio System Information Homepage
at http://www.trunkedradio.net to obtain the frequency
assignments for the desired sites.
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Using the Preloaded Conventional Data
Programming trunking systems normally does not require
the use of all channels in a bank. Where appropriate, we
have included programming for conventional, non-trunked
systems in large metropolitan areas. Loading and using this
data is similar to the process used to load and use the
preloaded trunked radio system data. The PRO-96 will
monitor trunked systems and conventional channels
simultaneously if both are in range of the scanner. Optionally, if you do not wish to monitor the trunked radio system
that shares the bank with the conventional channels, you
should step through the bank manually and lock out the
channels assigned to the trunked radio system. On a
similar note, you may not wish to monitor the conventional
channels that share a bank with a trunked radio system.
These can be identified and locked out as well. For more
information on locking and unlocking channels, refer to
“Locking Out Channels or Frequencies” in your Owner’s
Manual.
The majority of conventional radio systems use CTCSS
subaudible squelch encoding. To help you take advantage
of this, the preloaded conventional frequencies are
configured for CTCSS mode with a squelch code setting of
“Code Search.” If CTCSS is present on a conventional
transmission, you will see it displayed on the bottom line of
the LCD. The “S” next to the lightning bolt indicates a
CTCSS search hit. You can press ENTER to automatically
store the found code with the channel setting. This will lock
in the found code so future transmissions on the frequency
will not be heard unless the stored code is present with the
transmission.
If you do not see a code displayed during a transmission, it
is likely that a DCS code is in use, or the system is not
using encoded squelch. Press the MODE key once during
a transmission to step the mode setting to DCS, and follow
the steps above for storing the code if a the Code Search
identifies a found DCS code. If you do not see a search hit
on either the CT or DC modes, it is likely that the transmission is using carrier squelch with no encoding. Refer to
“Programming Channels for CTCSS and DCS Operation”
in your Owner’s Manual for more information on CTCSS
and DCS operation.
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Using Open and Closed Modes
Where possible, the preloaded data includes talkgroup IDs
and text labels for public safety talkgroups. Non-public
safety talkgroups are not included, such as those used for
local government services.
You can use your scanner’s open and closed modes to
determine which talkgroups the scanner will receive. All
preloaded systems are programmed for open mode
operation by default, so you can hear all of the traffic on the
systems you monitor, including talkgroups that have not
been entered into the ID list. If a bank is set to closed
mode, the scanner will only receive talkgroups that are
specifically programmed into the ID list.
You can lock out undesired talkgroups by pressing the
L/OUT key while the talkgroup is active. This may be
necessary to block the reception of talkgroups that carry
data messages or traffic that is not of interest to you. When
you lock out a talkgroup in this manner, the radio stores the
undesired ID in the ID list and locks it out at the same time.
This will block traffic on the locked out talkgroup in both
open and closed modes.
Open and closed mode status for the current bank is
toggled by pressing FUNC, then 5. For more information
on open and closed mode operation, see “Open and
Closed Mode Operation” in your Owner’s Manual.
When scanning trunked systems in open mode, you can
press TRUNK to automatically store new talkgroup IDs in
the ID list. This will allow you to scan the new talkgroups
you find when operating in closed mode. When you store
talkgroups IDs this way, the scanner assigns a text label
automatically, consisting of the talkgroup ID. You can
change this default talkgroup ID by pressing PROG, then
TRUNK, then scroll to the ID you wish to label, then press
TEXT and update the label using the keypad. Refer to
“Storing Talkgroup IDs” and the “Text Input Chart” in your
Owner’s Manual for more information.
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Encrypted Communications
It is possible that some of the preloaded data may include
frequencies and trunking talkgroups that carry encrypted
communications. Voice radio encryption is used to
scramble the voice information so only the intended
recipient can understand the message. In some cases,
encrypted frequencies and talkgroups are encrypted all of
the time, in others, encryption is activated as needed by the
users, with most traffic transmitted in clear mode.
Voice radio encryption has different sounds. Encrypted
digital traffic sounds like rapid random syllables. Other
methods of encryption make a rushing sound, as if the
squelch control was turned fully counterclockwise, or use
frequency inversion, where you can hear but not understand the voice information.
Your PRO-96 is not capable of receiving encrypted
communications. You may wish to lock out any frequencies
or talkgroups that routinely carry encrypted traffic.
Recommended Reading
This addendum is intended as a basic introduction to the
preloaded data in your PRO-96 scanner. Your Owner’s
Manual is the best source of detailed operating information
for your PRO-96. Reading it will enhance your enjoyment of
the preloaded systems. Specifically, we suggest that you
become familiar with the following sections:
*
Operating Your Scanner
*
Working With V-Scanners
*
Trunking Special Features
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PRELOADED DATA DIRECTORY
Type
Bank Tag
Control
Channel
Tag
TX
MO
Arling ton
TRS
Arling ton
TRS
Carrollton
System
TX
MO
CarrolltnTRS
CarrolltnTRS
Bank 2
Denton CIty
TX
MO
Denton
TX TRS
Denton
TX TRS
Bank 3
FortWorth /
Tarrant County
TX
MO
FortWorthTRS
FortWorthTRS
Bank 4
Garland
TX
MO
Garland
TRS
Garland
TRS
Bank 5
Grand Prairie
TX
MO
GDPrairieTRS
GDPrairieTRS
Bank 6
Irving
TX
ED
Irving
TRS
Irving TX
TRS
Bank 7
L e w i sv i l l e
TX
MO
L e w i sv l l e TRS
L e w i sv l l e TRS
Bank 8
Plano
TX
MO
Plano TX
TRS
Plano TX
TRS
Bank 9
Richard son
TX
ED
Richard snTRS
Richard snTRS
V-Scanner #0
N TEXAS
(N orth TX)
Bank 0
Arling ton
Bank 1
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Type
Bank Tag
Control
Channel
Tag
LA
ED
NwOrleansTRS
NwOrleansTRS
State of
Louisiana
Smartzone
LA
MO
LouisianaTRS
LouisianaTRS
Bank 2
Austin
TX
MO
Austin
TRS
Austin
TRS
Bank 3
Bexar County
TX
MO
Bexar TX
TRS
Bexar TX
TRS
Bank 4
LCRA Wid e
Area, Austin
site
TX
ED
LCRA Aus
TRS
LCRA Aus
TRS
Bank 5
San Antonio
(Central)
TX
MO
SA TX CN
TRS
SA TX CN
TRS
Bank 6
San Antonio
(Northeast)
TX
MO
SA TX NE
TRS
SA TX NE
TRS
Bank 7
San Antonio
(Northwest)
TX
MO
SA TX NW
TRS
SA TX NW
TRS
Bank 8
Southeast
Texas Area
Rad io Network
(STARNET)
TX
MO
SE TX
TRS
SE TX
TRS
Bank 9
Williamson
County
TX
MO
WllmsnTX
TRS
WllmsnTX
TRS
V-Scanner #1
S TX-LA (South
TX-LA)
Bank 0
New Orleans
Bank 1
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Type
Bank Tag
Control
Channel
Tag
AZ
MO
Mesa AZ
TRS
Mesa AZ
TRS
State Fe, Pub lic
Safety System
AZ
MO
Santa Fe
TRS
Santa Fe
TRS
Bank 2
Phoenix City
AZ
MO
Phoenix
TRS
Phoenix
TRS
Bank 3
Maricop a
County ASTRO
Smartzone
AZ
MO
Maricop a
TRS
Maricop a
TRS
Bank 4
Orang e County
CCCS
CA
MO
Orang eCA
TRS
Orang eCA
TRS
Bank 5
Riversid e
County
CA
ED
Riversid eTRS
Riversid eTRS
Bank 6
San Bernard ino
County (6-7)
CA
MO
S Bernard ino
S Bernard ino
Bank 7
San Dieg o City
CA
MO
SDieg oCtyTRS
SDieg oCtyTRS
Bank 8
San Dieg o
County RCS
CA
MO
SanDieg o
TRS
SanDieg o
TRS
Bank 9
Clark County
NV
NV
MO
Clark N V
TRS
Clark N V
TRS
V-Scanner #2
S CA-AZ-N V
(CA-AZ-N V-N M)
Bank 0
Mesa
Bank 1
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Type
Bank Tag
Control
Channel
Tag
CA
MO
Alamed a
TRS
Alamed a
TRS
San Francisco
CA
MO
San Fran
TRS
San Fran
TRS
Bank 2
Sacramento
County
CA
MO
ScrmntoCoTRS
ScrmntoCoTRS
Bank 3
Sacramento
City
CA
MO
ScrmntoCyTRS
ScrmntoCyTRS
Bank 4
Colorad o
Sp ring s / El
Paso Co
CO
MO
ColoSp g s
TRS
ColoSp g s
TRS
Bank 5
Denver
CO
ED
Denver
TRS
Denver
TRS
Bank 6
Oklahome
State
Smartzone
OK
MO
Oklahoma
TRS
Oklahoma
TRS
Bank 7
State of South
Dakota
SD
MO
S Dakota
TRS
S Dakota
TRS
Bank 8
UCAN (Utah
Communications Ag ency
N etwork)
UT
MO
Utah TRS
Utah TRS
Bank 9
Seattle/King
County
WA
MO
Sea/King
TRS
Sea/King
TRS
V-Scanner #3
N CA/N W
(N orth CA/N W)
Bank 0
Alamed a
County
Bank 1
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Type
Bank Tag
Control
Channel
Tag
FL
MO
Broward
TRS
Broward
TRS
Hillsb oroug h
County
FL
ED
Hillsb rg hTRS
Hillsb rg hTRS
Bank 2
Jacksonville
City
FL
MO
JcksnvlleTRS
JcksnvlleTRS
Bank 3
Lee County
(N ew)
FL
MO
LeeCo FL
TRS
LeeCo FL
TRS
Bank 4
Martin County
ASTRO
Smartzone
FL
MO
MartinFL
TRS
MartinFL
TRS
Bank 5
Miami-Dad e
County
FL
ED
MiamiDad eTRS
MiamiDad eTRS
Bank 6
Orland o /
Orang e County
Smartzone
FL
MO
Orland o
TRS
Orland o
TRS
Bank 7
Palm Beach
County
FL
MO
PalmBeachTRS
PalmBeachTRS
Bank 8
Pinellas County
FL
MO
Pinellas
TRS
Pinellas
TRS
Bank 9
West Palm
Beach
FL
MO
WPalmBch
TRS
WPalmBch
TRS
V-Scanner #4
FL (Florid a)
Bank 0
Broward
County
Bank 1
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V-Scanner #5
BAL-MD-DE-PA
(BAL-MD-DEPA)
Type
Bank Tag
Control
Channel
Tag
Bank 0
State of
Delaware
DE
MO
Delaware
TRS
Delaware
TRS
Bank 1
Anne Arund el
County
MD
MO
AACO
TRS
AACO
Bank 2
Baltimore City
ASTRO
Smartzone
MD
MO
BaltCity
TRS
Balt City
Bank 3
Baltimore
County
MD
MO
Balt Co
TRS
Balt Co
TRS
Bank 4
Fred rick County
MD
MO
Fred rick
TRS
Fred rick
TRS
Bank 5
Howard County
MD
MO
Howard
TRS
Howard
TRS
Bank 6
Up er Maryland
Eastern Shore
Consortium
MD
MO
EasternShore
EasternShTRS
Bank 7
Worcester
County
MD
ED
Ocean
City
OceanCityTRS
Bank 8
Bucks County,
PA
PA
MO
Bucks Co
TRS
Bucks Co
TRS
Bank 9
Philad elp hia
ASTRO
PA
MO
Phil PA
TRS
Phil PA
TRS
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Type
Bank Tag
Control
Channel
Tag
DC
MO
DCFire
MDP
DCFD
Astro
Montg omery
County (MD)
MD
MO
Montg omeryMD
Montg omeryCo
Bank 2
Alexand ria
VA
MO
Alex Cnty
VA
ALEXAN DRIA
Bank 3
Arling ton
County
VA
MO
Arling ton
Co
ARLIN GTON
Bank 4
Fairfax County
VA
MO
Fairfax
Cnty
Fairfax
Bank 5
Loud oun
County ASTRO
VA
MO
Loud oun
TRS
Loud oun
TRS
Bank 6
Prince William
County
VA
MO
PrinceWillCo
PWC CC1
Bank 7
Richmond /Henrico/Chesterfield Reg ional
VA
MO
Richmond
TRS
Richmond
TRS
Bank 8
Sp otsylvania
County
VA
ED
Sp ots/
Stfrd
SPOTSYLVANIA
Bank 9
Virg inia Beach
VA
MO
VA Beach
TRS
VA Beach
TRS
V-Scanner #6
WAS-VA-DC-MD (VA-DC-MD)
Bank 0
Washing ton DC
Fire/EMS
Bank 1
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Type
Bank Tag
Control
Channel
Tag
CT
MO
Conn
State
CT State
TRS
Massachusetts
State Police
Statewid e
MA
MO
Mass
State
MA SPD
TRS
Bank 2
Atlantic City
NJ
MO
AtlCity/
SN J
AtlCity
TRS
Bank 3
Ed ison
Township
NJ
MO
Ed ison
NJ
Ed ison
TRS
Bank 4
Ocean County
NJ
MO
Ocean
County
Ocean
Co TRS
Bank 5
State of N ew
Jersey Troop A
South
NJ
MO
N JSP
Troop A
N J Troop
A
Bank 6
State of N ew
Jersey Troop B
N orth
NJ
MO
N JSP
Troop B
N J Troop
B
Bank 7
State of N ew
Jersey Troop C
Central
NJ
MO
N JSP
Troop C
N J Troop
C
Bank 8
N ew York City
FDN Y EMS
Op erations
NY
MO
FDN Y/
N YC EMS
FDN Y
EMS TRS
Bank 9
Suffolk County
NY
MO
Suffolk/
N YPD
Suffolk
TRS
V-Scanner #7
N Y-N J-CT-MA
(N Y-N J-CT-MA)
Bank 0
State of
Connecticut
ASTRO
Smartzone
Bank 1
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Type
Bank Tag
Control
Channel
Tag
IL
MO
Chicag o
TRS
Chicag o
TRS
Northwest
Central
Disp atch
(Dig ital)
IL
MO
NW
Central
NW Dist
TRS
Bank 2
Schaumb urg
IL
MO
Schaumb g TRS
Schaumb g TRS
Bank 3
Ind iana Project
Hoosier SAFE-T
(Statewid e)
IN
MO
Ind iana
TRS
SAFE-T
TRS
Bank 4
Ann Arb or /
Washtenaw
County
MI
MO
AnnArb or
TRS
Ann
Arb or Co
Bank 5
Downriver
Mutual Aid
MI
MO
DwnRiver
TRS
DwnRvr
M-Aid
Bank 6
State of
Michig an
(Lower
Peninsula)
MI
MO
Michig an
SPD
MI SPD
Lower
Bank 7
State of
Michig an
(Up p er
Peninsula)
MI
MO
Michig an
SPD
MI SPD
Up p er
Bank 8
Wayne County
(NEW)
MI
MO
Wayne
Co TRS
Wayne
County
Bank 9
Western Wayne
County Mutual
Aid
MI
MO
W. Wayne
TRS
W. Wayne
Co
V-Scanner #8
IL-MI-IN (IL-MIIN)
Bank 0
Chicag o /
Services
Bank 1
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Type
Bank Tag
Control
Channel
Tag
AK
MO
AK State
TRS
AK State
TRS
Atlanta
GA
MO
Atlanta
TRS
Atlanta
TRS
Bank 2
Charlotte /
Mecklenb urg
County
NC
MO
Charlotte
NC
CharlotteTRS
Bank 3
Greensb oro /
Guilford County
NC
MO
Greensb oroN C
Greensb oroTR
Bank 4
Dayton
OH
MO
Dayton
OH
Dayton
TRS
Bank 5
Franklin County
Communications Authority
OH
MO
Franklin
OH
Franklin
TRS
Bank 6
Miami County
OH
ED
Mialmi
OH TRS
Mialmi
OH TRS
Bank 7
State of Ohio
MARCS ASTRO
OmniLink
OH
MO
Ohio
State
Ohio TRS
Bank 8
Palmetto 800
(Formery
SCAN A)
SC
MO
Palmetto,
SC
Palmetto
TRS
Bank 9
N ashville
David son
County
TN
MO
N ashvilleTRS
N ashvilleTRS
V-Scanner #9
OH-SE (OH-SE)
Bank 0
Arkansas
Statewid e
Smartzone
Bank 1
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