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**** NOTICE **** This audio feed will be going offline in the near future, as I will be moving a couple of miles... still within the City of Roseville. I hope to have the system back up and online as quickly as possible, but it is not my highest priority

Status: I have just moved to a new-construction home and still getting settled in. I hope to have the computer running this feed back up and running soon.
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**** NOTICE **** This audio feed will be going offline in the near future, as I will be moving a couple of miles... still within the City of Roseville. I hope to have the system back up and online as quickly as possible, but it is not my highest priority 

 

 

 

This feed covers the City of Roseville, California. They have transitioned from a Motorola SmartNet trunked system to a P25 Phase I system in August 2018. Few details are publicly available as to talkgroups, but I believe I have it set for routine police and fire traffic. Due to learning pains, Roseville Fire appears to be frequently using VHF instead of the newer P25, but their primary dispatch channel is simulcasted with their VHF channel, so still heard on the P25 system here.

For anyone wishing to know how I provide these audio feeds to Broadcastify, I am using an open-source software package called SDRTrunk. This software was written in Java, so, therefore, runs on any operating system that runs Java. Nearly every operating system runs Java, including Windows, Mac OS, Linux, and FreeBSD. I currently have the Roseville system operating on a Windows operating system and I also provide a Placer County Sheriff's feed that is on a Linux (Debian 10.3) system. As I will soon be moving, I may take the opportunity of the move to change the operating system of the machine running Roseville to Linux as well, as it is a much more stable platform than Windows.