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 Bay Village, Westlake, Rocky River, Fairview Park, N. Olmsted Police, Fire and EMS

(( 2 Ch Feed )) Left = WestCom Station Alert | Right = Bay, River, Westlake, Fairview, N. Olmsted PD/FD/EMS (Westshore Group) via MARCS Digital
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To help identify which PD is transmitting at the time, refer to the following agency ID chart:  More detail below...

11xx = Bay Village
33xx = Fairview Park
52xx = N. Olmsted
65xx = Rocky River
77xx = Westlake

 

New Stuff...

2014-07-09  -  Moved Station Alert to Left channel. This will provide ability (for a while anyway) to adjust balance (on apps that support a L/R Fader) to reduce or eliminate the audio level for this feed. Eliminated some of the older "New Stuff" posts to keep this page size under control. Adjusted some things on the digital feed to compensate for the continuing poor propagation/multipath reception issues.

2014-07-08  -  Fairview Park PD has migrated to MARCS P25 Digital. The old westshore conventional feed on 155.61MHz will likely be eliminated soon. 

2014-06-15  -  Antenna upgrade and relocation for P25 digital is complete. Hoping this will be a big improvement but frankly my location is just awful for Cuyahoga Co Simulcast. So far though, getting decent audio consistancy from all the P25 "West" Cuyahoga Co. agencies... time will tell.

2014-05-17  -  As of around 5/12 North Olmsted transitioned to P25 Digital. They appear to be using TG 13611 for Primary Dispatch. The rest of the Westshore group will migrate eventually... no time frame as of yet. After they all migrate will probably split the MARCS digital into two channels so that all PD will be on the left, and Fire/EMS on right. For now it's a bit confusing... listen for the Station IDs

2014-05-03  -  Changed the radio for the MARCS Digital APCO P25 feeds (WestCom fire/EMS and Rocky River PD).  WestCom transmissions should be slightly less garbly most of the time, and getting "better" results for Rocky River PD. Planning an antenna upgrade in about a month which hopefully will bring the speech intelligibility up to 100 %. Until then expect some variation in receive quality.

2014-02-23  -  Changed the MetaData data transfer scheme... now through an RS232 connection instead of TCP/IP. It's still not perfect but should be much more reliable overall.

2014-01-18  -  Dropped the Lorain/Avon feed in favor of a better-balanced Westshore/Westcom feed. There was getting to be too much traffic overlap between Westshore Law and Westcom Fire/EMS/River. Now the Marcs Digital WestCom and Rocky River PD will be moved to the right channel. Also adding experimentally the "Westcom Station Alert Call" on right channel. (453.3MHz). Allow 24 hrs for feed description to update.

2014-01-07  -  Added a beta "Time since last transmission" meta-tag status feature. After approx 1 minute of inactivity, text will display for each of the three main feeds showing number of minutes since last activity. "Activity" just means some sort of signal was picked up.

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Feed Details:

2 (surplus- low budget operation :) receivers/scanners are used. DSP utilized with Noise Reduction, EQ and a modest amount of compression.

Left Channel :

- Station Alert for WestCom on analog/conventional 453.3 MHz


Right channel :

- P25 MARCS DIGITAL TG 13503 (WestCom Fire/EMS) and WestShore Group PD TG 13611 , CH2, Alt (Bay Village, Rocky River, N. Olmsted, Westlake , Fairview Park)

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Operational Notes:

>>> To help identify what agency is transmitting at the time, refer to the following agency ID chart:
The first two digits identify the municipality and the last two are the unit/officer numbers.

11xx = Bay Village
33xx = Fairview Park
52xx = N. Olmsted
65xx = Rocky River
77xx = Westlake

Often Dispatch or Units will drop the 1st digit such as 3xx,  7xx or 5xx.

 

>>> Meta tags will indicate the following: (TO BE UPDATED SOON to reflect recent changes...)

                         |                             ---  No activity in the last minute - "Pipe" marker is divider between Left and Right Channel.
Westshore PD   |                             ---  Left CH activity by a Westshore PD on CH1 or CH4 ( Fairview Park)
                         | WestCom / PD      ---  Right CH activity by either WestCom Fire/EMS OR Various PD via P25 Digital Marcs system.

                         | WestCom Alert     ---  Right CH activity by WestCom Station alert (initial Fire/EMS dispatch calls).
Westshore PD   | WCom/PD/Multi
    ---  Both CH active... Westshore PD plus Westcom/PD Digital plus Station Alert

[Agency} Last Active x Min             ---  Cycles though each main feed and shows number of minutes since last transmission.

Meta tags can get delayed over time on some streaming players. Usually restarting the app/feed will resync. Currently display is optimized for "Scanner Radio" App (android)... may not look the same on other media players...

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Has a balance control to either turn one channel or the other completely off or at reduced volume.

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