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Posted: Thu Oct 08 2015, 01:06pm
Posted by: Dave3825usPosts: 1131
Old Display Name: Dave
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I am getting the same thing on 471 3375 The audio is unreadable, not sure if its enc or something else..





[ Edited Thu Oct 08 2015, 01:24pm ]
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Posted: Fri Feb 05 2016, 01:17am
Posted by: Dave3825usPosts: 1131
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Was very, very close to a brand new marked Town Of Islip Public Safety car today and all he had was an 800mhz antenna. He also had a computer in the car. I did not see an 800mhz license for islip.

Nor did I see any uhf antenna on the car. It does look like they transitioned to dmr though their license does not reflect it.

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Posted: Wed Feb 10 2016, 01:52am
Posted by: mikey224Posts: 111
Joined: Sat Jun 26 2010, 05:56pm

Been off this board for awhile, but check it every now and then....From my understanding the Fire Marshals have switched to a Digital system and Public Safety/Park Rangers are on the County's 800 system.
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Posted: Wed Feb 10 2016, 02:07am
Posted by: Dave3825usPosts: 1131
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The rangers and fire marshals are on the 800 system. I have not heard public safety or code enforcement on that system.

The freqs listed for islip are dmr. Their licenses do not reflect a digital emission. But they seem to be dmr cap+ ras.
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Posted: Tue Aug 27 2019, 01:04pm
Posted by: Dave3825usPosts: 1131
Old Display Name: Dave
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I believe I might be ready to make a submission for this system (even tho its enc) but wanted to know if someone who understands cap+ could run the following thru dsdplus to confirm I did this right..

network file entry

Cap+, 9999, "Town of Islip"


freq file entry

; Cap+ Town of Islip

Cap+, 9999, 1, 1, 471.3625, 471.3625, 0
Cap+, 9999, 1, 3, 470.3625, 470.3625, 0
Cap+, 9999, 1, 5, 471.3375, 471.3375, 0
Cap+, 9999, 1, 7, 470.9125, 470.9125, 0
Cap+, 9999, 1, 9, 471.3875, 471.3875, 0

site file entry

Cap+, 9999, 1 "site 1 Islip"

from event log
2019/08/26 08:08:18 Freq=470.912500 DCC=6 RAS 470.912500 is first Cap+ repeater (Ch1 and Ch2)
2019/08/26 08:10:00 Freq=470.362500 DCC=6 RAS 470.362500 is second Cap+ repeater (Ch3 and Ch4)


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Posted: Fri Nov 15 2019, 05:55pm
Posted by: Dave3825usPosts: 1131
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Anyone able to try the above?
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Posted: Wed Jan 12 2022, 02:47am
Posted by: AndrewDPosts: 23
Joined: Tue Nov 05 2013, 03:24am

They chucked this system. They were using XPR4550's for DPW. They literally threw them in the dumpster. I am not sure what they're currently using for DPW.
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Posted: Wed Jan 12 2022, 02:53pm
Posted by: Dave3825usPosts: 1131
Old Display Name: Dave
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Where did you get your information from? I ask because if your saying they chucked the system, then you may have been misinformed. Below is just 10 minutes worth of history from today.


2022/01/12 09:32:57 Freq=470.362500 DCC=12 RAS Group call; TG=30 [tg 30] Ch=2 1s
2022/01/12 09:33:00 Freq=470.362500 DCC=12 RAS Enc TXI Group call; TG=30 [tg 30] RID=30511 Ch=2 Alg=BP
2022/01/12 09:33:00 Freq=470.362500 DCC=12 RAS Group call; TG=30 [tg 30] Ch=3
2022/01/12 09:33:00 Freq=470.362500 DCC=12 RAS Enc TXI Group call; TG=30 [tg 30] RID=30511 Ch=3 Alg=BP 4s
2022/01/12 09:33:09 Freq=471.362500 DCC=12 RAS Group call; TG=30 [tg 30] Ch=1 17s
2022/01/12 09:33:28 Freq=470.362500 DCC=12 RAS Group call; TG=30 [tg 30] Ch=1 4s
2022/01/12 09:33:36 Freq=470.362500 DCC=12 RAS Enc TXI Group call; TG=30 [tg 30] RID=30501 Ch=4 Alg=BP 8s
2022/01/12 09:33:50 Freq=470.362500 DCC=12 RAS Group call; TG=30 [tg 30] Ch=4
2022/01/12 09:33:50 Freq=470.362500 DCC=12 RAS Enc TXI Group call; TG=30 [tg 30] RID=30501 Ch=4 6s
2022/01/12 09:34:02 Freq=471.362500 DCC=12 RAS Group call; TG=30 [tg 30] Ch=1 4s
2022/01/12 09:34:32 Freq=471.362500 DCC=12 RAS Group call; TG=30 [tg 30] Ch=1
2022/01/12 09:34:38 Freq=470.362500 DCC=12 RAS Group call; TG=30 [tg 30] Ch=1 10s
2022/01/12 09:34:53 Freq=470.362500 DCC=12 RAS Enc TXI Group call; TG=30 [tg 30] RID=30509 [tg 30 user] Ch=3 Alg=BP 3s
2022/01/12 09:35:18 Freq=470.362500 DCC=12 RAS Group call; TG=30 [tg 30] Ch=3
2022/01/12 09:35:18 Freq=470.362500 DCC=12 RAS Enc TXI Group call; TG=30 [tg 30] RID=30501 Ch=3 Alg=BP
2022/01/12 09:35:23 Freq=471.362500 DCC=12 RAS Group call; TG=30 [tg 30] Ch=3
2022/01/12 09:35:25 Freq=471.362500 DCC=12 RAS Group call; TG=30 [tg 30] Ch=3
2022/01/12 09:35:49 Freq=471.362500 DCC=12 RAS Enc TXI Group call; TG=30 [tg 30] RID=30511 Ch=4 Alg=BP 3s
2022/01/12 09:35:57 Freq=471.362500 DCC=12 RAS Group call; TG=30 [tg 30] Ch=1
2022/01/12 09:36:01 Freq=471.362500 DCC=12 RAS Group call; TG=30 [tg 30] Ch=1
2022/01/12 09:36:21 Freq=470.362500 DCC=12 RAS Group call; TG=30 [tg 30] Ch=2 11s
2022/01/12 09:37:17 Freq=470.362500 DCC=12 RAS Group call; TG=30 [tg 30] Ch=4
2022/01/12 09:37:17 Freq=470.362500 DCC=12 RAS Enc TXI Group call; TG=30 [tg 30] RID=30501 Ch=4 Alg=BP
2022/01/12 09:37:23 Freq=471.362500 DCC=12 RAS Group call; TG=30 [tg 30] Ch=4
2022/01/12 09:37:25 Freq=471.362500 DCC=12 RAS Group call; TG=30 [tg 30] Ch=4 7s
2022/01/12 09:37:39 Freq=470.362500 DCC=12 RAS Group call; TG=30 [tg 30] Ch=2
2022/01/12 09:39:33 Freq=471.362500 DCC=12 RAS Enc TXI Group call; TG=30 [tg 30] RID=30509 [tg 30 user] Slot=2 Alg=BP
2022/01/12 09:39:46 Freq=470.362500 DCC=12 RAS Enc TXI Group call; TG=30 [tg 30] RID=31503 Ch=3 Alg=BP
2022/01/12 09:39:50 Freq=471.362500 DCC=12 RAS Group call; TG=30 [tg 30] Ch=3 31s
2022/01/12 09:40:21 Freq=470.362500 DCC=12 RAS Enc TXI Group call; TG=30 [tg 30] RID=30507 [tg 30 user] Ch=3 1s
2022/01/12 09:40:25 Freq=471.362500 DCC=12 RAS Group call; TG=30 [tg 30] Ch=3 7s
2022/01/12 09:40:47 Freq=470.362500 DCC=12 RAS Enc TXI Group call; TG=30 [tg 30] RID=30501 Ch=1 Alg=BP 8s
2022/01/12 09:41:03 Freq=471.362500 DCC=12 RAS Enc TXI Group call; TG=30 [tg 30] RID=31503 Ch=4 Alg=BP 4s
2022/01/12 09:41:25 Freq=470.362500 DCC=12 RAS Enc TXI Group call; TG=20 [tg 20] RID=300 [tg 20 user] Ch=3 Alg=BP 6s
2022/01/12 09:41:33 Freq=470.362500 DCC=12 RAS Enc TXI Group call; TG=20 [tg 20] RID=26155 Ch=3 Alg=BP




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Posted: Tue Feb 08 2022, 06:56am
Posted by: AndrewDPosts: 23
Joined: Tue Nov 05 2013, 03:24am

Dave3825us wrote ...

Where did you get your information from? I ask because if your saying they chucked the system, then you may have been misinformed. Below is just 10 minutes worth of history from today.


2022/01/12 09:32:57 Freq=470.362500 DCC=12 RAS Group call; TG=30 [tg 30] Ch=2 1s
2022/01/12 09:33:00 Freq=470.362500 DCC=12 RAS Enc TXI Group call; TG=30 [tg 30] RID=30511 Ch=2 Alg=BP
2022/01/12 09:33:00 Freq=470.362500 DCC=12 RAS Group call; TG=30 [tg 30] Ch=3
2022/01/12 09:33:00 Freq=470.362500 DCC=12 RAS Enc TXI Group call; TG=30 [tg 30] RID=30511 Ch=3 Alg=BP 4s
2022/01/12 09:33:09 Freq=471.362500 DCC=12 RAS Group call; TG=30 [tg 30] Ch=1 17s
2022/01/12 09:33:28 Freq=470.362500 DCC=12 RAS Group call; TG=30 [tg 30] Ch=1 4s
2022/01/12 09:33:36 Freq=470.362500 DCC=12 RAS Enc TXI Group call; TG=30 [tg 30] RID=30501 Ch=4 Alg=BP 8s
2022/01/12 09:33:50 Freq=470.362500 DCC=12 RAS Group call; TG=30 [tg 30] Ch=4
2022/01/12 09:33:50 Freq=470.362500 DCC=12 RAS Enc TXI Group call; TG=30 [tg 30] RID=30501 Ch=4 6s
2022/01/12 09:34:02 Freq=471.362500 DCC=12 RAS Group call; TG=30 [tg 30] Ch=1 4s
2022/01/12 09:34:32 Freq=471.362500 DCC=12 RAS Group call; TG=30 [tg 30] Ch=1
2022/01/12 09:34:38 Freq=470.362500 DCC=12 RAS Group call; TG=30 [tg 30] Ch=1 10s
2022/01/12 09:34:53 Freq=470.362500 DCC=12 RAS Enc TXI Group call; TG=30 [tg 30] RID=30509 [tg 30 user] Ch=3 Alg=BP 3s
2022/01/12 09:35:18 Freq=470.362500 DCC=12 RAS Group call; TG=30 [tg 30] Ch=3
2022/01/12 09:35:18 Freq=470.362500 DCC=12 RAS Enc TXI Group call; TG=30 [tg 30] RID=30501 Ch=3 Alg=BP
2022/01/12 09:35:23 Freq=471.362500 DCC=12 RAS Group call; TG=30 [tg 30] Ch=3
2022/01/12 09:35:25 Freq=471.362500 DCC=12 RAS Group call; TG=30 [tg 30] Ch=3
2022/01/12 09:35:49 Freq=471.362500 DCC=12 RAS Enc TXI Group call; TG=30 [tg 30] RID=30511 Ch=4 Alg=BP 3s
2022/01/12 09:35:57 Freq=471.362500 DCC=12 RAS Group call; TG=30 [tg 30] Ch=1
2022/01/12 09:36:01 Freq=471.362500 DCC=12 RAS Group call; TG=30 [tg 30] Ch=1
2022/01/12 09:36:21 Freq=470.362500 DCC=12 RAS Group call; TG=30 [tg 30] Ch=2 11s
2022/01/12 09:37:17 Freq=470.362500 DCC=12 RAS Group call; TG=30 [tg 30] Ch=4
2022/01/12 09:37:17 Freq=470.362500 DCC=12 RAS Enc TXI Group call; TG=30 [tg 30] RID=30501 Ch=4 Alg=BP
2022/01/12 09:37:23 Freq=471.362500 DCC=12 RAS Group call; TG=30 [tg 30] Ch=4
2022/01/12 09:37:25 Freq=471.362500 DCC=12 RAS Group call; TG=30 [tg 30] Ch=4 7s
2022/01/12 09:37:39 Freq=470.362500 DCC=12 RAS Group call; TG=30 [tg 30] Ch=2
2022/01/12 09:39:33 Freq=471.362500 DCC=12 RAS Enc TXI Group call; TG=30 [tg 30] RID=30509 [tg 30 user] Slot=2 Alg=BP
2022/01/12 09:39:46 Freq=470.362500 DCC=12 RAS Enc TXI Group call; TG=30 [tg 30] RID=31503 Ch=3 Alg=BP
2022/01/12 09:39:50 Freq=471.362500 DCC=12 RAS Group call; TG=30 [tg 30] Ch=3 31s
2022/01/12 09:40:21 Freq=470.362500 DCC=12 RAS Enc TXI Group call; TG=30 [tg 30] RID=30507 [tg 30 user] Ch=3 1s
2022/01/12 09:40:25 Freq=471.362500 DCC=12 RAS Group call; TG=30 [tg 30] Ch=3 7s
2022/01/12 09:40:47 Freq=470.362500 DCC=12 RAS Enc TXI Group call; TG=30 [tg 30] RID=30501 Ch=1 Alg=BP 8s
2022/01/12 09:41:03 Freq=471.362500 DCC=12 RAS Enc TXI Group call; TG=30 [tg 30] RID=31503 Ch=4 Alg=BP 4s
2022/01/12 09:41:25 Freq=470.362500 DCC=12 RAS Enc TXI Group call; TG=20 [tg 20] RID=300 [tg 20 user] Ch=3 Alg=BP 6s
2022/01/12 09:41:33 Freq=470.362500 DCC=12 RAS Enc TXI Group call; TG=20 [tg 20] RID=26155 Ch=3 Alg=BP







I was there, at the town auction when the ripped them out and referred to them as "old" radios and threw them out!
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Posted: Tue Feb 08 2022, 03:42pm
Posted by: Dave3825usPosts: 1131
Old Display Name: Dave
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They may have disposed of some radios, and that's not being disputed, but their DMR Cap+ System that you stated they "chucked", is very active as seen above.

Are you assuming they ditched the system because you saw some radios go in a dumpster or do you have another reason to believe and state they ditched the Dmr system?

What was the date of that auction and how many radios did you see get ripped out?

Still not sure who is actually using the dmr freqs (uhf in database) but the Rangers, Fire Marshal, Mac Arthur Security and Fire Rescue are still on the Suffolk system where they have been for a long time.

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