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File Download limits

Due to finally hitting the wall on our storage space,
All feeds will be limited to a two year archive
 
Right now we have 2 1/2 years of archived audio in our vault, and I've run out of room on the backup server.
 
This weekend I'll be putting in some rules to dump anything over 2 years old.
 
 
If storage still becomes a problem, I'll look at dropping the time frame down.
 
This limit is still more time than other sites out there that only have a 6 month limit on archived audio.
 
 
Thank you for your understanding.
 
Phil


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Posted by w2lie on Saturday November 30, 2019 - 02:40:51Bookmark and Share  printer friendly create pdf of this news itemLAN_431; LAN_432; LAN_433;
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NCFD-West and Battalion 3 Radio Upgrade Help


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It is time to upgrade the scanners

For the last 14 years, W2LIE.net and Monitor Long Island have been streaming Nassau and Suffolk Counties to the internet. 

However, it is now time to upgrade the scanners that supply the "NCFD-WEST" and the Nassau 3rd Battalion Feeds

The NCFD-West feed is currently a BC780XLT and the 3rd battalion feed is an older scanner

We are looking to update both scanners to Uniden BCT15X scanner radios. 

These will benefit you, the listener, by allowing us to remotely control and program these radios. 

You see, right now it requires someone to physically be on site to lock out a channel or change a function. 

And since upgrading to Windows 10 on the computer that serves both, we can no longer communicate with the BC780XLT to reprogram it. We were never able to communicate with the 3rd battalion feed

These upgrades will allow us to upgrade the older programming in the West and 3rd Feeds and bring everything up to date. 

We are raising money for the following: 
2 Uniden BCT15X Scanners 
2 Unden USB Cables 

After 14 years and paying for hardware and upgrades out of my pocket, this is a bit more than I can afford to spend at this time. I have never once asked the community to help support the hardware side, but the time has come to do so. 

If there is anything left over in our pocket after buying the new scanners and hardware, we will donate the balance to the Nassau County Firefighter's Museum. 

Thank you for your continued support and I look forward to keeping these feeds on for years to come. 


Thanks again 
Phil / w2lie
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Superstorm Sandy Feeds

thumb_coastguardstormsignal-copy.jpgIt is hard to believe that Hurricane Sandy hit Long Island just 6 years ago. Many of us were glued to the TV and were monitoring weather reports trying to keep track of where the storm might track.

Nobody could guess just how hard this area would be hit. Nobody expected the storm surges would be so great. Nobody expected lines at the gas station, or to be without power for so long.

To mark the anniversary of Hurricane Sandy, we will be replaying the NCPD, SCPD, NCFD-East, and SCFD-West feeds in "real time". The feeds will begin at 1130hrs on 10/28 and run through 23:30hrs on 10/31. The feeds will run in time sequence as they would have been broadcasted a year ago.

The four feeds will be running as follows:
SANDY-NCFD
SANDY-NCPD
SANDY-SCPD
SANDY-SCFD

You will be able to listen to the feeds on your computer by using one of the links on our Live Feed Page, or via the Scanner Radio app on iOS or Android Platforms.

We hope all of those who have been hit hard by this storm have recovered.

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