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Please Note: There may be extended periods of silence if no radio communication is occurring on any of our monitored channels. This does not indicate a problem with the feed, but instead is a result of idle activity within the monitored agencies. Sometimes it gets quiet.
As of February 14, 2022, the Springfield/Greene County radio systems have switched to the Missouri Statewide Wireless Interoperable Network (MOSWIN) P25 Phase 1 digital system from the previous analog Motorola Type II system.
The following is some technical information about this scanner radio audio feed;
- This scanner feed has been broadcasting since February 28, 2010 -
- Update March 13, 2023: We have split the fire operations into a separate feed to reduce the interruptions when monitoring active law enforcement activities. Fire dispatch will still be included in both feeds, but the on-scene operations can be monitored on our new scanner feed; Springfield and Greene County Fire.
MOSWIN 800 Mhz APCO P25 Phase 1 simulcast system.
- Springfield Police North
- Springfield Police South
- Springfield Fire Dispatch
- Greene County Sheriff Dispatch
- Greene County Fire Dispatch
Current talkgroup ID's include the following:
City Law Enforcement
40052 Springfield Police South (ch 1)
40053 Springfield Police North (ch 2)
City Fire Department
40126 Springfield Fire Dispatch 1
40127 Springfield Fire Dispatch 2
Greene County Sheriff Dispatch
40702 County-Wide Law Enforcement Dispatch
40703 Greene County Sheriff Dispatch (PAT-1)
Greene County Fire
40751 County-Wide Fire Dispatch
40755 Greene County Fire Common
Broadcasting from the Southwest corner of Springfield, Missouri using multiple USB SDR (Software Defined Radio) dongles connected to a HP SFF (small form factor) mini-computer with the Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-4570S CPU @ 2.90GHz. The computer is running Windows 10 along with SDR-Trunk, Trunking Recorder, and a few other software services to facilitate the reception, encoding, and streaming of the live Public Service radio transmissions. The broadcast streams over a 1 gigabit fiber-optic internet connection to Broadcastify.com. Alpha tags were added to this feed on April 1, 2016 to display the current channel being heard.
The entire setup now consumes approximately 20 volts of electricity. My previous configurations included running the feed from a Raspberry Pi micro-computer, and before that an Intel Core 2 Duo laptop running Windows 7, which operated this feed for its first 5 years. The new setup produces little heat and is nearly silent except for the PC cooling fan.
If you have any difficulty in receiving this feed or with the audio and feel the need to submit a Problem Report, please provide your email address or other contact information so that I can provide assistance to you.
The operator of this feed has employed multiple methods of monitoring the uptime and availability of the scanner audio. If there is an audio problem or the scanner feed is down completely, rest assured we already know about it.
Thanks for listening!