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462.0625 - New

#1 Post by ecps92 » 28 Mar 2019 06:56

FCC is rather slow and lacking of late, for searching via both URL's [timing out for that past 72 hrs]

Some of my older notes, indicate that Brewster applied for that Freq [Long ago] for Bridgewater, but was not granted that Freq.

Rather New Signal [R9++] in my area, I know what P25 and DMR [TRBO] sound like, but this is not either.

Could be NXDN

Those with SDR might want to take a listen and ID the user[s]
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Re: 462.0625 - New

#2 Post by garys » 28 Mar 2019 09:23

Home or work area?

I'll give a listen later when i'm back home.
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Re: 462.0625 - New

#3 Post by ecps92 » 28 Mar 2019 12:00

Home - very new, blew the signal away with a paperclip
garys wrote:
28 Mar 2019 09:23
Home or work area?

I'll give a listen later when i'm back home.
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Re: 462.0625 - New

#4 Post by garys » 28 Mar 2019 12:15

I'll listen and try to figure it out.

ecps92 wrote:
28 Mar 2019 12:00
Home - very new, blew the signal away with a paperclip
garys wrote:
28 Mar 2019 09:23
Home or work area?

I'll give a listen later when i'm back home.
We're peace loving people, we're not hunting trouble, but if trouble should find us, we'll stand up and fight.

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Re: 462.0625 - New

#5 Post by ecps92 » 28 Mar 2019 13:10

Never mind - all set.

462.0500 Bleed Over - they must have increased power or moved the Repeater site closer to the Hospital

garys wrote:
28 Mar 2019 12:15
I'll listen and try to figure it out.

ecps92 wrote:
28 Mar 2019 12:00
Home - very new, blew the signal away with a paperclip
garys wrote:
28 Mar 2019 09:23
Home or work area?

I'll give a listen later when i'm back home.
Bill Dunn N1KUG
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Re: 462.0625 - New

#6 Post by garys » 28 Mar 2019 14:44

From when I looked at the licensing information, it's on the monster tower in Quincy. I don't know how high, but I can here 462.0500 well into central MA.

As a by product of my research, I found a NXDN conventional system on 462.06875 with a RAN of 5. No license data for that, but it sounds like a school van.

Also found 462.1000 operating DMR with a Color Code of 8. Sounds like a car service, maybe chair car, or maybe a taxi service. Addresses in Boston and pick ups at the Mass. General. That one is licensed to All Comm (among others) with transmitter sites in Boston and Lynn.

As I said, there is a lot of digital activity on UHF business frequencies. There's even some on VHF, but there it tends more to DPW/School traffic.


ecps92 wrote:
28 Mar 2019 13:10
Never mind - all set.

462.0500 Bleed Over - they must have increased power or moved the Repeater site closer to the Hospital

garys wrote:
28 Mar 2019 12:15
I'll listen and try to figure it out.

ecps92 wrote:
28 Mar 2019 12:00
Home - very new, blew the signal away with a paperclip

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Re: 462.0625 - New

#7 Post by W1KNE » 28 Mar 2019 14:59

ecps92 wrote:
28 Mar 2019 13:10
Never mind - all set.

462.0500 Bleed Over - they must have increased power or moved the Repeater site closer to the Hospital
You mean Manheim Auto Auctions that I found last month? ;)

(And yes, I know he's talking about SSH).
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Re: 462.0625 - New

#8 Post by garys » 28 Mar 2019 16:20

Okay, I'm confused. You found Manheim on which frequency?

And speaking of confused, the 462.100 frequency is used by two taxi companies, as I posted about a year ago. One company on each time slot.

464.000 is active with what sounds like a security operation of some sort. Color Code 1, TG 1, SL 1. Haven't hear enough to get an idea of where it is.
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28 Mar 2019 14:59
ecps92 wrote:
28 Mar 2019 13:10
Never mind - all set.

462.0500 Bleed Over - they must have increased power or moved the Repeater site closer to the Hospital
You mean Manheim Auto Auctions that I found last month? ;)

(And yes, I know he's talking about SSH).
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Re: 462.0625 - New

#9 Post by W1KNE » 28 Mar 2019 16:30

garys wrote:
28 Mar 2019 16:20
Okay, I'm confused. You found Manheim on which frequency?
Manheim Auto Auction also uses 462.0500, but they use CC3.

It's in the wiki too, fwiw.
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Re: 462.0625 - New

#10 Post by garys » 28 Mar 2019 16:45

Do they sell steamrollers? ;)

On a serious note, this illustrates the problem trying to sort some of this out. Multiple users, multiple sites, multiple Color Codes, often the same TG.

W1KNE wrote:
28 Mar 2019 16:30
garys wrote:
28 Mar 2019 16:20
Okay, I'm confused. You found Manheim on which frequency?
Manheim Auto Auction also uses 462.0500, but they use CC3.

It's in the wiki too, fwiw.
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Re: 462.0625 - New

#11 Post by wb1hbu » 28 Mar 2019 17:32

Hello,

I should check my notes and recomfirm my receiving years ago of two DMR repeaters on the same UHF frequency with the same color code, same timeslot, and same talkgroup. I seem to remember it was CC1, TS1, TG 1. The repeaters had different signal levels.

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Re: 462.0625 - New

#12 Post by ecps92 » 29 Mar 2019 06:27

Problem ? Sorry, it is nothing new

The identification of users has always been a problem, long before DMR, when dealing with Rental Repeaters/Systems. FB4, FB6 and FB8 systems
IT takes weeks, months, years to ID some as they are Part-time/Seasonal etc

Copious notes and patience is what it takes
garys wrote:
28 Mar 2019 16:45
Do they sell steamrollers? ;)

On a serious note, this illustrates the problem trying to sort some of this out. Multiple users, multiple sites, multiple Color Codes, often the same TG.

W1KNE wrote:
28 Mar 2019 16:30
garys wrote:
28 Mar 2019 16:20
Okay, I'm confused. You found Manheim on which frequency?
Manheim Auto Auction also uses 462.0500, but they use CC3.

It's in the wiki too, fwiw.
Bill Dunn N1KUG
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http://scanmaritime.com

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