Ham Radio on 143.4000 PL 110.9

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Ham Radio on 143.4000 PL 110.9

#1 Post by Mark SNE Moderator » 05 Jul 2019 20:29

Hearing scratchy but readable activity that definitely is NOT Camp Edwards Military chatter on this frequency. Ongoing conversations about nothing. Could possibly be FRS/GMRS? Anyone else hearing this lately? It's somewhat frequent. Definitely NOT from Joint Base, otherwise I'd be hearing it full quieting.
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#2 Post by ScanBoston » 06 Jul 2019 10:25

As long as it not an image it is a Military Frequency. Searching I see some talk of it being used in NYC as part of Fleet Week but there it was P25. It will be interesting to see if you and others can identify it.

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#3 Post by Mark SNE Moderator » 06 Jul 2019 19:29

It "was" used for Military Police I believe at Joint Base Cape Cod, but it may have been abandoned by the base. I monitor it quite a lot and rarely if ever do I hear comms from there, and I'm about 2 miles away.
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Re: Ham Radio on 143.4000 PL 110.9

#4 Post by kelton.dray » 08 Jul 2019 12:19

This is the output of the MARS repeater in Rocky Hill CT.
It was previously on 100.0, but I know it changed very recently, must have gone up a few Hz

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#5 Post by ecps92 » 09 Jul 2019 07:52

How about MARS [who also are Amateurs]

143 is not Amateur but US Gov't band, was the PL 110.9 ?? or something else ?

MARS in New England has an extensive network of Linked Repeaters
in CT, MA and NH

The VHF bands were excellent this past weekend, lots of updates for me to add for VT/NH, monitored from the base of the Cog Railway on Sunday
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05 Jul 2019 20:29
Hearing scratchy but readable activity that definitely is NOT Camp Edwards Military chatter on this frequency. Ongoing conversations about nothing. Could possibly be FRS/GMRS? Anyone else hearing this lately? It's somewhat frequent. Definitely NOT from Joint Base, otherwise I'd be hearing it full quieting.
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#6 Post by ecps92 » 09 Jul 2019 07:58

AF MARS went to 110.9 for that Repeater as of 2017
Altho I had it located in Goshen
kelton.dray wrote:
08 Jul 2019 12:19
This is the output of the MARS repeater in Rocky Hill CT.
It was previously on 100.0, but I know it changed very recently, must have gone up a few Hz
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Re: Ham Radio on 143.4000 PL 110.9

#7 Post by kelton.dray » 09 Jul 2019 11:41

ecps92 wrote:
09 Jul 2019 07:58
AF MARS went to 110.9 for that Repeater as of 2017
Altho I had it located in Goshen
kelton.dray wrote:
08 Jul 2019 12:19
This is the output of the MARS repeater in Rocky Hill CT.
It was previously on 100.0, but I know it changed very recently, must have gone up a few Hz
I suppose that is possible, the repeater codeplug I have is from 8/17. Rocky Hill is the nomenclature on the documents I had associated with it

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