Configuring DMR Trunk System Into SDS-200

Configuring DMR Trunk System Into SDS-200 1

I have been into scanning since the 60’s, however when it involves configuring a DMR Talk Group to hear, I am indeed a NEW USER / STARTING OUT. I use BUTEL ARC536PRO software. And as far as DMR, I simply can’t figure out how to program it in to the scanning device.

Looking at that system in the database, it would appear to me that the given information may be imperfect and/or inaccurate. It shows two frequencies, 463.250 and 464.075 as LCN 0, which is not just a valid amount for an LCN. If you were to perform the LCN finder on the website, it sets the LCNs all to 0 (zero), starts monitoring then. When and if it can establish the correct LCN, then your LCN number is populated for the frequency. I’m also seeing different color codes used for different frequencies. All of the DMR trunked systems I’ve run across in my own area use the same color code for each LCN in the site.

Looking at the license shown for the system, WQDA226, I see that there are additional frequencies on the license, that aren’t shown on the webpage. It’s possible that they are not used for the DMR system. But it’s also possible that one or more of the others, unaccounted for, frequencies should be listed on the webpage as well. Take a look at the frequencies on the permit.

As an example, check the FCC license search for frequency 464.375 in your county. This is the result I see. As you can see, there are three other licensees for the same regularity in your state, including another user that is certified for DMR. The other three frequencies listed for the website only show the infirmary as licensing to use in the county. Obviously, I’m not in your county, nor your state. However, for some of my local systems, where several user exists on one or even more frequencies, that can give you conflicting results as to any LCNs and color codes used.

I was trying to monitor the Southwest Airlines system at Dallas Love Field, but with no luck. Yet, on one of the frequencies licensed to Southwest, there was another licensee, using the same regularity, on a completely different DMR system. Needless to say, the color codes and LCNs used were not identical for the two users.

You can bet that the real Led Zeppelin is earning money on each solution. My figure is that some unwary ticket-buyers think they will start to see the real Led Zeppelin probably. If so, they need to believe in the elixir of youth. The true Robert Plant is touring along with his new band, the Band of Joy, and they are excellent quiet.

They play acoustic versions of some of the old traditional Led Zeppelin music. But, honestly, if you want “realistic” Led Zeppelin enjoyment, the Led Zeppelin 2 imitators are the ones delivering it. The point is, to get this done, you better believe they have a contract with the true Led Zeppelin and are paying dearly to use the name, stage likeness, performance styles, and music.

  • Standard Deduction ($12,500 if Single Filer, $25,000 if Joint Filer) –
  • Notebooks, 3 band binders, folders, dividers, organizers
  • Developing, promoting, and enforcing workers policies
  • “Success Kid” for Virgin Media
  • 134 + 46 – 55 = 125 days
  • Long term impact of decision

The name Led Zeppelin is registered as a trademark for goods and services (music sales) by Robert Plant, James Page, Robert Baldwin, and John Paul Jones, and the Estate of John Bonham. They don’t own it authorized as a service mark for performance, perhaps because they’re not executing under that name or simply due to oversight presently. Nevertheless, I believe they might own the sole to perform under that name legally, since they have so come to “dominate the field” of rock music under that name, if it is registered. And they definitely own the only real to sell music under the Led Zeppelin name.

What can we do to assist you in taking your service delivery to another level? Finally, before some of you get ready to let me have it – I am not criticizing the care and compassion with which my friend was treated. Medicine is a demanding field. It really is complex, ever-changing, with incredible pressures, long hours with little rest, unreasonable objectives, and, often, heartbreaking losses. I have tremendous respect and gratitude for individuals who have committed their lives to the well-being of others.