Whats a Fleet Map?
This is a term used to represent how a trunked radio system is configured. That is, the number and types of radios that make up that system. The Fleet Map itself can be thought as a table which divides the system into blocks and lists the number of radios in each block. Most times, the default Fleet Map that the TrunkTracker picks will be good enough to follow most trunked systems. However, older Type I and Hybrid (Type I and II together) systems might not be effectively monitored with this default Fleet Map. You’ll know it because you’ll see both even and odd IDs on the LCD and you may even miss some replies while trying to follow conversations. If the Fleet Map does not match the system being monitored, the TrunkTracker can’t track it 100%. TrunkTrackers come with 16 predefined Fleet Maps. These are a good place to start experimenting to see what might work better for your system.
- Rule 5.4. Do you check for contact with a raiding fleet that doesn have its fleet counter on the map if it passed through a zone containing an enemy fleet?
- Who was Crunchley, Map & Globemaker Of 81 Fleet Street, London, and when did he stop making maps?
- I have a fleet of vehicles. Can SpyTrak manage all my vehicles on one map at the same time?