453Re: [BCD396XT] Re: LTR Capabilities
- Mar 5, 2009Who cares about what other countries are doing, we are dealing the US and a
lesser degree Canada which according to sales for the upcoming 396XT which
is for the North American market, not South America.
And RR isn't the bible on scanning or scanners, much of the info there is
wrong, and it's that way because they depend on site users to "give" them
the info so they can sell it. Just because it isn't listed on RR doesn't
mean it hasn't been figured out, you just need to know how and where to find
it, and it aint rocket science if you do have to figure it out yourself. It
took a 25 minutes to figure out the two systems in this area and guess what,
RR was wrong on both!
----- Original Message -----
From: "Brian" <mtnbiker2005ipn@...>
Sent: Thursday, March 05, 2009 11:29 PM
Subject: Re: [BCD396XT] Re: LTR Capabilities
> Yup I agree with you Mike Iszak. I think the rock he is living on is
> United States or Canada ;)
> Lots of sites isn't listed or logged yet. Just got back from my last
> trip this year. Most of the LTR & Trunked systems wasn't even listed on
> Like Guatemala, Nicaragua, Colombia, Aruba, Costa Rica, and Mexico still
> have many that isn't listed yet. 90% of trunked systems I found wasn't
> listed on RR.
> If John looks around RR (outside of United States). He will notice some
> countries is still missing lots of info.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Mike Iszak"
> Sent: Thursday, March 05, 2009 3:59 PM
> Subject: Re: [BCD396XT] Re: LTR Capabilities
>> Under what rock are you living sir?
>> LTR is *huge* and it isn't going away anytime soon.
>> To say "just run LTR Analyzer" is great, but that doesn't help the guy
>> who's in the field trying to map out a system.
>> Up here in Toronto, there are a good number of LTR systems that are
>> on RR, but there are a LOT that aren't, and a LOT that are incorrect.
>> It requires very little effort on Unidens part to have an LTR analyze
>> mode...the idle bursts announce what home channels are free and what
>> channels are busy...this is also transmitted on voice traffic. You could
>> have even a slow system mapped in half an hour.
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: "johnstark"
>> Date: Thu, 5 Mar 2009 11:34:38
>> Subject: Re: [BCD396XT] Re: LTR Capabilities
>> Most LTR systems are already "known" so having that feature is kind of a
>> wasted effort for Uniden, and as pointed out LTR Analyzer does the same
>> thing, so again it really doesn't need to be a high priority for Uniden.
>> systems are getting fewer and fewer and the number of public safety users
>> dropping as well. I know of just one in Indiana that uses it and it's
>> useless for big incidents as that county learned the hard way. They have
>> been investigateing other systems now to see whats going to work best for
>> them and will dropping the LTR system as it is too limited for public
>> safety. And thats another reason I doubt Uniden will waste research time
>> something thats just not used that much for public safety, and most
>> users don't use them for business monitoring. I do on occasion, but not
>> enough to waste Unidens time, I'd prefer they work on more important
>> things..... and thats a long list :)
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