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Re: Boston Marathon

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What NAC as it seems there maybe more than one Repeater on that Freq
N1TOR wrote:
11 Oct 2021 09:48
I just heard some P25 activity on the 139.9625 National Guard Boston repeater frequency, sounds like in the Back Bay. The military police I just walked by have the usual Yankee Division shoulder patches and radios with long VHF-high band antennas on their plate carriers.
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Re: Boston Marathon

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W1KNE wrote:
11 Oct 2021 09:49
450.8250 1700 TS1 CC11 is Director PL
450.7125 1500 TS1 CC07 sounds like IFB/Program Feed.
Based on signal strength fluctuation patterns, I presume these are airborne transmitters.

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Re: Boston Marathon

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ecps92 wrote:
11 Oct 2021 10:31
What NAC as it seems there maybe more than one Repeater on that Freq
From Newton I’m seeing a NAC of 854 on 139.9625.

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Re: Boston Marathon

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There was a roll call of police dispatches / EOCs in each town on the route on the 25 Cities frequency: 168.1125 P25. The UHF frequency of 409.9875 does not appear to be in use. VTAC11 (151.1375) is the EOD Net, in analog. (Not sure who this is, State Police EOD is on SOPS 6 linked to Events 6). I have not heard anything from the National Guard Waltham repeater on 138.3625 or the statewide channels.

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Re: Boston Marathon

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oddly, BPD ch 1 Citywide was nor in the patch. They used BPD ch 16. Talked with a tech and he said they will be using ch 16 for patch "stuff" now. Citywide will stay as all Boston "stuff". MSP SOPS 6 was very active

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Re: Boston Marathon

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BPD 1 was patched to BAPERN AW4

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