Christian County / Hopkinsville Kentucky missing
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Christian County / Hopkinsville Kentucky missing 07 Sep 2015 19:54 #15637

  • bgriffin70
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Can someone please update the Christian County (Hopkinsville, KY) area database? The entire public service info... fire, rescue, EMS, PD, etc. is missing in the Sentinel database.
Or... am I missing something ???

Re: Christian County / Hopkinsville Kentucky missing 07 Sep 2015 20:18 #15638

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bgriffin70 wrote:
Can someone please update the Christian County (Hopkinsville, KY) area database? The entire public service info... fire, rescue, EMS, PD, etc. is missing in the Sentinel database.
Or... am I missing something ???


Those agencies are not included in the Sentinel database on purpose.... they are using Nexedge NXDN systems that are not monitorable by any scanner.

Check here:

wiki.radioreference.com/index.php/NEXEDGE

Read the header on this page, and then scroll down to Kentucky:

wiki.radioreference.com/index.php/Encrypted_Agencies

Check here for the RR database for the current info on those agencies:

www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?sid=2997

And these frequencies are the legacy system which is now used for backup only:

www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?ctid=1012



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Re: Christian County / Hopkinsville Kentucky missing 07 Sep 2015 20:19 #15639

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If anyone can help with this; will be greatly appreciated!

Re: Christian County / Hopkinsville Kentucky missing 08 Sep 2015 00:17 #15641

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bgriffin70 wrote:
If anyone can help with this; will be greatly appreciated!


Did you read the reply - NO scanner will receive . There is no magic fix.

Nothing non nada nein.

Google DSD - it uses a computer and a piece of hardware called a dongle to receive dsd.
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