Norcom 800mhz Manorville motorola system
Darkstar350, Wed May 02 2018, 08:49pm

I picked up a 800mhz Motorola system which is incorrectly listed in the RRDB as being a EDACS system
So far i got 860.9125 as the control channel and 857.7875 as a voice channel but other freqs on the system are 856.7875 858.7875 and 859.7875
[link] WPNZ798


Re: Norcom 800mhz Manorville motorola system
w2lie, Sun May 13 2018, 12:53am

I modified this system in the RRDB. If you come across any additional information, please let me know.
I also changed the system's radius from 45 miles to 10 miles.

Re: Norcom 800mhz Manorville motorola system
Darkstar350, Sun May 13 2018, 01:46am

Thank you and also "Radon" and "Norcom" are the same company - well technically Radon is just the defunct name of Norcom so i guess you can rename any system with the radon name
There is another 800mhz moto system out of Manorville listed as Radon which seems to be mainly used by taxi companies i would guess this is part of the same system but im not sure i can confirm that...


Re: Norcom 800mhz Manorville motorola system
Darkstar350, Tue Aug 28 2018, 02:58pm

This system is still active 860.9125 is definitely the control channel and 857.7875 as well as 858.7875 are voice
Being that it is a business system the most activity will be most likely morning/early afternoon
I havent got a system id on this yet but the other Manorville system is 7E03

Also i got a Moto control channel 859.8625 which could be possibly a Norcom system out of Sag Harbor [link]
with a possible system ID of 8176? It was a weak signal so that could be a false reading as Motorola system IDs usually have both letters and numbers...



Re: Norcom 800mhz Manorville motorola system
GTR8000, Tue Aug 28 2018, 09:47pm

It's actually pretty common for a Motorola SysID to not contain A-F, even though it's still a hexadecimal ID. There are 1022 Motorola systems in the RRDB, with 312 of those having numerical-only SysIDs...including a few in the 8xxx range. I would say that 8176 is probably a valid SysID for the Norcom Sag Harbor system. The control channel certainly matches what is flagged in the RRDB.

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Re: Norcom 800mhz Manorville motorola system
Darkstar350, Wed Jul 31 2019, 09:28pm

The ID for the Manovrille system is 7A1BH
And apparently this system has sites in both Manorville as well as Montauk [link] [link]

CC are 860.8625 for Montauk and 860.9125 for Manorville

So far the only talkgroup ive seen is TGID 304




Re: Norcom 800mhz Manorville motorola system
GTR8000, Thu Aug 01 2019, 02:31am

You're picking up a system in Atlantic City...

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Re: Norcom 800mhz Manorville motorola system
Darkstar350, Thu Aug 01 2019, 07:30am

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You're picking up a system in Atlantic City...

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Oh ok
Interesting
My mistake - disregard then i guess
Thanks


Re: Norcom 800mhz Manorville motorola system
Darkstar350, Fri Aug 02 2019, 02:50pm

Why i suspected i was picking up something from Montauk or Manorville was because i was receiving these control channels in Suffolk
Babylon area near the water - reception is usually decent near waterfront areas in general
Ironically i do not pick this up in Nassau being of course closer to Jersey
I had also searched on Radioreference for that system ID and it did not come up
However RR has been a bit glitchy for me as of late
I use Firefox not sure if that has anything to do with it...


Re: Norcom 800mhz Manorville motorola system
GTR8000, Fri Aug 02 2019, 03:54pm

The "H" is not part of the SysID, it merely denotes that it's in hexadecimal format. 7A1B is the SysID, and it returns the Harrah's system when searched in the RRDB.

Re: Norcom 800mhz Manorville motorola system
GTR8000, Fri Aug 02 2019, 03:58pm

For future reference:

P25 and Motorola Type II system IDs are in hexadecimal format, with valid characters of 0-9 and A-F.

Including leading zeroes, P25 system IDs are three characters 000-FFF, and Motorola Type II are four characters 0000-FFFF.