Richmond Area Scanner Club

As of 28 December 2010 the club name is now the Richmond Area Scanner Club 

The membership level is currently at 18 people. See Mike Chambers for the roster and to join.

The scanners of choice to receive APCO-25 digital content, including the Indiana SAFE-T network which the Richmond police dept and State police are active on, are the Radioshack Pro-197 and Pro-106. Recently the Pro-106 has been on sale for $249, although it appears to have gone back up to $299 by now. If anyone would care to compile a list of other scanners that would work, I would be more than happy to post it up here.

 

Below this point I have retained the original contents of this page.


 

From: Mike Chambers

 

Hello,
 
The Eastern Indiana Scanner Club has free membership and serves the monitoring enthusiasts of this area with emphasis on digital trunking scanning.  The club exchanges data among its members, so if you have an interest in public safety monitoring, railroad scanning, air traffic, military, etc. considering joining and receive information regarding this exciting hobby for this area.
 
Just send an email that you want to join.
 
Here is a sample of the information sent out by the club:
 
"Richmond Sanitation (WPQD501) has moved its transmitter from Liberty Avenue to WQLK's radio tower and changed frequency to 155.685 (DPL 114).".
 
"Richmond Street Department (WQL960) has moved its transmitter to WQLK's tower and changed frequency to 151.160 (DPL 114)."
 
"Richmond Fire Department (KSD705) has a fire ground repeater on 155.535 MHz.  The FCC list the repeater at Reid Hospital.  We need to know the input frequency and the PL or DPL tones."
 
 
EASTERN INDIANA SCANNER CLUB
 
President Mike Chambers
Vice President Sam Addleman
Secretary Steve Shank
Membership Ron Showalter



The new Eastern Indiana Scanner Club now has nine members and growing.  You do not have to have the new digital trunking scanners to belong.  There is still plenty of VHF analog channels active.  Join in as we search unknown agencies and HF utility, marine and military frequencies.  This is a free club; just send an email to join. 

Contact Mike Chambers, w1idx@arrl.net, to join.