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CINCINNATI / DAYTON AREA MONITORING EXCHANGE


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            Trust



MONIX was founded in 1983 as an informal club of scanner enthusiasts,
shortwave listeners,
DXers, and others who share an interest in the hobby of
radio monitoring.
MONIX is a full spectrum/all mode club covering all aspects of
radio monitoring from DC to Daylight.
MONIX covers the Cincinnati/Dayton Area,
Southwestern Ohio,
Southeastern Indiana and Northern Kentucky.

MONIX
is a free club, there are NO dues to pay. Anyone, anywhere may join us,
but we mostly benefit those hobbyists
in the Cincinnati/Dayton area.



The wealth of information found on MONIXWeb is FREE. Since 1997 it has cost over
$10 a month to host this site, paid for generously from the hard work of N8ICW.
Please show your love and support with a donation today!

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Thanks to everyone who has graciously made a donation, we really appreciate it.




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MONIX YAHOO GROUP

The MONIX Yahoo Group brings you breaking news on area radio monitoring information, meet ups,
programming tips and tricks of the scanner trade. By joining us on the MONIX Yahoo Group List, you
will have access to the best scanning and radio monitoring information for the Cincinnati / Dayton area
available anywhere.  Everyone is welcome to join in and the list is well moderated by the best radio
monitoring veterans in the hobby.



MONTHLY AND WEEKLY MEETINGS

The MONIX Digital Scanner Team (DST) meets at 12:00 Noon every Tuesday at the American Legion Post 530,
1100 Winton Road in Greenhills, just 500 feet south of Sharon Road. Use the door above the balcony. Monitor the
talk-in frequency on your scanner or two-way radio, 146.880 w/ 123.0 PL. If a Skywarn Net is active, switch to 443.400.
(GPS Coordinates: 39* 16' 21" North, 84* 21' 20" West)


The club meets the 2nd Saturday of each month (except during the summer) for more in-depth discussion.
Meetings are held at the LCNB Bank, 525 West Central Avenue (Ohio SR 73) in Springboro, Ohio (Exit 38 off I-75).
Meetings start at 6:00 PM ET unless otherwise specified. Enter through the door on the east side of the building
and down the the stairs. Monitor 145.290 on your scanner or two-way radio for talk-in. Programs and topics vary,
for more information contact Mark Meece, N8ICW. (GPS Coordinates: 39* 33' 42" North, 84* 15' 14" West)



HINT: Bring a flash drive with you for the latest file updates and other related material.
We offer firmware and radio programming updates at the meetings for those needing them.




MONIX NEWS AND EVENTS




Monthly MONIX meetings will resume on September 8th.
Alex, N8UCN is working to secure a spot for the MONIX Summer Picnic,
keep an eye out here for the announcement.






1.        Miami Township and Miamisburg are now in the process of consolidating their fire departments
           into a new fire district called "Miami Valley Fire District". Here is a listing of the new station
           numbering:


           Station 48  -  5204 Springboro Pike
           Station 50  -  2710 Lyons Road
           Station 51  -  10899 Wood Road
           Station 53  -  10 N. 1st Street
           Station 54  -  2135 E. Central Avenue


 
2.        Preble County Sheriff is apparently making at least part time use of Ohio MARCS on TGID 36416 which is
           rebroadcasting from their main Sheriff A Channel 155.6100.  Further monitoring is needed to determine
           exact use.


3.        Thank you to everyone who has generously provided donations to keep the webpage active.
           It is very much appreciated. Please consider making a donating to keep this website active.
           No donation is too small.


4.        Warren County has completed rebanding of their Motorola 800 MHz Trunked Radio System.
           If you are doing a 'Web Import' from your programming software package from Radioreference.com
           Setting should be automatic on most newer scanners and you are good to go.



5.          Photos from the 2011 MONIX Picnic.



6.           Randy True, W4RTT has setup a LIVE chat for MONIX. Join Us!

              It is on the StarChat network at: irc.starchat.net
              Pick a nickname and join channel #monix.
 

7.            The All Ohio Scanner Club's Scanner and Shortwave Listeners' Net is now on the West Central
             Ohio ARA 
repeater  on 145.1100  67.0 PL every Monday evening at 9:30 PM Local time.


8.            If you are trying to decide on which digital scanner to purchase. Rod Villari, KJ4IAM gives
               a practical comparison of the Uniden BCD396XT and the GRE PSR-500 handheld digital scanners.
               CLICK HERE FOR THE PDF


9.            CLICK HERE for our NAC Code Reference List.


10.            For the current MONIX Master Frequency List CLICK HERE.







AREA RADIO MONITORING NETS

The All Ohio Scanner conducts a Scanner and Shortwave Listeners' Net every Monday evening at
2130 Local time (9:30 PM) on the 145.1100 (67.0 PL) WCOHARA repeater in the Dayton area.
This is a wide area machine and all reports are welcomed.


MONIX MASTER FREQUENCY LIST AND SCANNER GUIDE

The heart of MONIX is the MONIX MASTER SCANNER FREQUENCY LIST for the Cincinnati/Dayton Area.
This list has grown from just a few pages in 1987 to well over 100 pages today. The list contains frequencies
actually monitored by club members,

The MONIX FREQUENCY LIST is available as a free download in
ascii text format at: http://monix.net/MONIX.txt




MONIX MONITORING INFORMATION GUIDES



BUTLER REGIONAL INTEROPERABLITY COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM (BRICS)

UPDATE

CINCINNATI / DAYTON AREA AM BROADCAST STATIONS


CINCINNATI / DAYTON AREA FM BROADCAST STATIONS


CINCINNATI / DAYTON AREA VHF AERONAUTICAL FREQUENCIES


CINCINNATI POLICE DEPARTMENT


CINCINNATI / HAMILTON COUNTY FIRE DEPARTMENTS


CINCINNATI / DAYTON AREA AM BROADCAST STATIONS 


CINCINNATI / DAYTON AREA FM BROADCAST STATIONS


CITY OF DAYTON


CLARK COUNTY


CLERMONT COUNTY


CLERMONT COUNTY FIRE STATIONS


CLINTON COUNTY
 

COMPARISON OF THE UNIDEN BCD-396XT AND THE GRE PSR-500


DAYTON POWER AND LIGHT EDACS SYSTEM (DP&L)


GREENE COUNTY


HAMILTON COUNTY POLICE COMMUNICATIONS


MIAMI COUNTY


MONIX MILITARY MONITORING


MONIX MILITARY CALLSIGN LIST
UPDATE

MONTGOMERY COUNTY


NAC CODES REFERENCE LIST


OHIO AREA MILCOM BLOG


OHIO SNOW REMOVAL FREQUENCY LIST


OHIO STATE HIGHWAY PATROL


WARREN COUNTY















FAVORITE MONIX LINKS:



SCANNING THE LOCAL AREA


PREBLE COUNTY SCANNING
CENTRAL / SOUTHEASTERN OHIO SCANNING
NORTHEASTERN OHIO SCANNING
SCANOHIO
CINCINNATI WEATHER AMATEUR RADIO NETWORK (SKYWARN)
MIAMI VALLEY BREAKING NEWS
BEARCAT RADIO CLUB



SCANNING ELSEWHERE


RADIOREFERENCE.COM
NATIONAL COMMUNICATIONS MAGAZINE
POPULAR COMMUNICATIONS MAGAZINE
STRONG SIGNALS SCANNING RESOURCE
NF2G FORENSIC SCANNIST PAGES
FCC GENERAL MENU FREQUENCY SEARCH




LIVE SCANNER AUDIO



LIVE SCANNER AUDIO FROM RADIOREFERENCE
CLEVELAND POLICE / FIRE / EMS AUDIO
RAILROAD RADIO





SHORTWAVE / DXing


SPEEDX SHORTWAVE AND DXing PAGE
UNIVERSAL RADIO'S  DXing.COM
ULTRALIGHT RADIO DXing
WINTER SWL FESTIVAL
NORTH AMERICAN SHORTWAVE ASSOCIATION (NASWA)
THE FREE RADIO NETWORK



RAILFANNING


N8OAY'S RAILFANS' HELP DESK
RAILROADS OF CINCINNATI
OHIO RAIL STATIONS PAST AND PRESENT
KENTUCKIANA RAILFAN PAGE




UPDATED as of June 30, 2012


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