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    Default Astro25 XTS5000 Non-Afilliate Scan with ADP Encryption

    Is it possible to setup a XTS5000 for non-affiliate scan and have it decode ADP encryption.. If so does anyone have a detailed procedure 800Mhz Motorola 9600 baud P25 system //

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    Sure, IF you have the key.


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    yes i have the key... Just not sure where in the cps you set the strapping..

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    Quote Originally Posted by bondo007 View Post
    yes i have the key... Just not sure where in the cps you set the strapping..

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    In the trunking personality. Then again in the talkgroup selection. And if Iím not mistaken, I believe in the zone channel assignment the talkgroup is assigned to.


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    Maybe a dumb question, but if you have the key, why can’t you be assigned an ID and mitigate setting up NAS in the first place?

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    The 911 consortium decided to remove all PD channels from fire department radios. Our Chief still wants to at least be able to hear our Local PD....

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    Quote Originally Posted by bondo007 View Post
    The 911 consortium decided to remove all PD channels from fire department radios. Our Chief still wants to at least be able to hear our Local PD....

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    Just a point to ponder, folks have lost their jobs and been prosecuted for things like you've just described.
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    Have the Fire Chief contact the Police Chief and ask. At that level it should be a quick conversation.

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    Whatever you do, get it in writing. We require authorization letters for agencies that want to add another agency talkgroup to their radio. As stated above, it is a sure-fire way to draw unwanted attention to yourself and can result in termination of employment and maybe even worse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bondo007 View Post
    The 911 consortium decided to remove all PD channels from fire department radios. Our Chief still wants to at least be able to hear our Local PD....
    Then I'd tell the Chief they can take the heat for making unauthorized programming changes to agency radios. It's not worth sticking your neck out over. Plus, since PD is encrypted I'm going to venture a guess that "my sandbox" politics are in play which means you really don't want to screw around with it.

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    Also if he manages to get the radio programmed anyway guess whos door they will be knocking on. I would run and hide from this especiallly if it cant be done officially through proper channels.

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