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61Re: [BCD396XT] Multi-site functionality

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  • Jacob
    Oct 18, 2008
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      Yeah I wonder. Thanks for responding JETorres. Thought know one cared at this point. Where is Mike from Kansas that also had the same problem? I have this issue with CT State Police. If you live on the troop borders you will see this come up. Old Lyme PD is part of Troop F but borders Troop E. If the police move into the eastern part of town, they suddenly jump onto different voice and control channels. I only discovered this by pressing scan continuously once the conversation I was listening to suddenly went dead then realized that I could pick them up on a different zone.

      --- On Sat, 10/18/08, JETorres <jetorres@...> wrote:
      From: JETorres <jetorres@...>
      Subject: Re: [BCD396XT] Multi-site functionality
      To: BCD396XT@yahoogroups.com
      Date: Saturday, October 18, 2008, 7:57 PM

      The wiki for this radio does mention "Multi-Site support": http://wiki. radioreference. com/index. php/BCD396XT

      And I also seen something about it on the official press realease.

      Maybe Paul O. can elaborate a little more on how it works and such and

      if it virtually works like how we have it already on the GRE


      On Sep 29, 2008, at 5:46 PM, jad270 wrote:

      > There was quite a bit of debate on the 396 forum when it first came

      > out regarding the ability to hold on a talkgroup that site (zone) hops

      > as the transmitting radio travels through the coverage area and

      > re-affiliates with different sites within the radio system. It would

      > be nice to be able to stop on a particular talkgroup and let the radio

      > scan all receivable control channels within a system while holding to

      > find or track the talkgroup. It's a pain to be listening to a

      > conversation that disappears because the conversation has moved to a

      > different site, control, and voice channel. Just thought I'd bring it

      > up again, as last time (Feb/Mar 2005) it was too late in the 396's

      > development cycle and here we are again on the doorstep of another

      > generation of scanner development.

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