Warner Robins and Macon Road Trip Scanning Report; 11/12 June 2018

Since my nephew is thinking about joining the military after he graduates from high school, I took him on a trip to the Museum of Aviation at Robins AFB, the National Infantry Museum at Fort Benning, and the Andersonville National Historic Site/Cemetery on Monday and Tuesday. We went to the Museum of Aviation with a … Continue reading Warner Robins and Macon Road Trip Scanning Report; 11/12 June 2018

Fort Stewart and Hunter AAF Changes on the Department of Defense TRS

Savannah - Over the last few days, I've noticed some changes in the talkgroups being used by Fort Stewart and Hunter AAF Fire Departments and EMS on the Department of Defense TRS (formerly the Fort Stewart/HAAF TRS). They seem to have moved off of the previous talkgroups to some new ones although the radio UIDs … Continue reading Fort Stewart and Hunter AAF Changes on the Department of Defense TRS

New SEGARRN Talkgroups for Chatham and Effingham Counties

Savannah - When I arrived back in Savannah this morning and checked ID Tracker III, I found some new talkgroups for both Chatham and Effingham counties. I leave ID Tracker III running at home in Savannah while I'm in Brunswick for just that reason.  The first two new talkgroups are new fireground talkgroups for Savannah … Continue reading New SEGARRN Talkgroups for Chatham and Effingham Counties

Glynn County on the SEGARRN System – Update 2

Brunswick - As I've mentioned in previous posts, Glynn County has switched from their analog trunked system to the SEGARRN regional trunked system. Other counties using this system are Bryan, Chatham, Effingham, and Liberty. Glynn County's portion of the system consists of four simulcast sites utilizing 700 MHz and 800 MHz frequencies from two licenses. … Continue reading Glynn County on the SEGARRN System – Update 2

Glynn County on the SEGARRN System – Update 1

Brunswick - As I posted yesterday, Glynn County is transitioning from their legacy analog trunked system to the SEGARRN digital system that is also used by Bryan, Chatham, Effingham, and Liberty counties. Some preliminary listening yesterday indicates that both Glynn County and City of Brunswick public safety agencies have moved over as well as Glynn … Continue reading Glynn County on the SEGARRN System – Update 1

Fort Stewart/Hunter AAF P25 TRS Update; 3 November 2013

Since my last update on the Fort Stewart/Hunter AAF P25 TRS back in August it appears that the transition from the Fort Stewart/Hunter AAF 400 MHz TRS is complete.  It seems that the 400 MHz system is not only no longer in use but turned off and no longer exists.  Listed below is what I've … Continue reading Fort Stewart/Hunter AAF P25 TRS Update; 3 November 2013

Chatham County School Buses on SEGARRN?

Over the last few weeks a few new encrypted talkgroups on the SEGARRN system have become active, and I think they're being used by the Savannah-Chatham Public School System school buses.  Sporadic activity was noted prior to the start of the 2013/2014 school year but on the first day of school, activity on these talkgroups … Continue reading Chatham County School Buses on SEGARRN?

Fort Stewart/Hunter AAF 380 MHz TRS Update; 7 August 2013

Over the last couple of days, some users of the Fort Stewart/Hunter AAF 400 MHz TRS have begun transitioning to the new Fort Stewart/Hunter AAF 380 MHz P25 TRS.  So far, public safety users have been the ones that have been moving over, although some other users have been noted as well.  Thus far, it … Continue reading Fort Stewart/Hunter AAF 380 MHz TRS Update; 7 August 2013