Saturday, September 6, 2014

Jasper County Scanner Feed May Go Silent By Years End

Due to the implementation of the new Nexedge digital radio system in the works, the Jasper County scanner feed may go silent by years end.  This move will benefit the public safety community in the area and provide interoperable communications among all agencies in the county.

A lot of the feed listeners log on strictly for weather related purposes. I will look at some options on what can be monitored and would most benefit the listeners concerning severe weather coverage and go from there.  I will update as soon as the change is made.


  1. Not sure if my last comment went through so sorry if this is a double post. Have you looked at sdr? People are decoding p25 and nxdn with $20 worth of parts.

  2. I do mess with SDR. Having a good time with DSD+

  3. Are you able to listen to all the local channels? Was it a ton of work to get it setup?

  4. Fairly easy. Software is free and the dongle is about $10. Depending on your location and what you are wanting to listen to the an antenna may be needed.

  5. Radio Reference is a good place to start for radio and scanner projects


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