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Posted by: mybc9000xltPosts: 4
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I have been looking at the Bearcat BCD396T handheld digital scanner . I would like to know if there is much SCPD action on digital or any other type of digital action in Suffolk or Nassau Counties . Any help is appreciated .
Thanks , Don




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Posted: Sun Apr 20 2008, 03:43pm

Posted by: emslt245Posts: 23
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Yup, there's digital traffic on SCPD ie; narcotics, district attorney, etc. Also Federal Protection Service on 417.200 MHz is digital, and you'll hear them on LI.
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Posted: Mon Apr 21 2008, 09:48pm
Posted by: signalPosts: 14
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you also have a p25 coast guard frequency which is quite interesting. Also dea frequencies become avtive in nyc/nj/.
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Posted: Thu May 15 2008, 03:26am

Posted by: k2epmPosts: 31
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Is it possible for a Motorola Type II system to be "mixed mode" as in analog and digital?

I have been listening to the Suffolk County Trunked system as part of my normal "mix" since I moved here and it is one of the older trunked systems around implemented just as the BC235 hit the market, it has been a Type II system from the "get-go" unlike some other Type I and Hybrid systems that were converted to type II.

Last week I am listening and one of the talk groups comes active, the reception was clearer (no static) and the audio was louder than what I am accustomed to hearing and it had that distinct artificial " digital sound" to it. Today, I got the same thing on the narcotics talk group... now I am not saying it was encrypted.... but if I was not aware of what I was listening to, I would bet a pay check that it was a digital system. One was a Sherrif group and the other was Narcotics.
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Posted: Thu May 15 2008, 03:27am

Posted by: k2epmPosts: 31
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signal wrote ...

you also have a p25 coast guard frequency which is quite interesting. Also dea frequencies become avtive in nyc/nj/.


Can you share the frequency?
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Posted: Thu May 15 2008, 04:08am

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Big Ed - K2EPM wrote ...
Is it possible for a Motorola Type II system to be "mixed mode" as in analog and digital?


Ed, do you mean Analog Control Channels, with Digital Talk groups?
If so, then yes.

This is what I have for Suffolk Digital.
Digital Fleet Codes
22016 Digital RADIO TECHS
22032 Digital Users
22064 Digital HOMICIDE
22080 Digital ROBBERY
22096 Digital SHERIFF
22128 Digital NARCOTICS
22160 Digital SURVEILLANCE
22224 Digital DETECTIVES
22256 Digital users
22416 Digital DISTRICT ATTORNEY
22928 Digital users



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I have a question Suffolk County Police Department is P25 Fully Digital?

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Between your posts here, and on radio reference, I have to ask, how old are you?
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I'm 34 years old
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Posted: Sun Feb 17 2019, 03:22pm

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SCPD is in the transition of moving to a P25 system. This will mean they are digital.
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