464.3000 CC14

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464.3000 CC14

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This one has been in the UnIdentified since early 2021

|464.3000||C14||||R-DMR||Weak into South Weymouth||Unable to read SL/TG Info||2021.02.27 ecps92

Based on my having to go to Salem for work yesterday, I did have a few minutes to do some band sweeps
and from being in a low spot by the Canal this one Blew the Socks off my radios w/o any Antenna

So tentatively going to suggest the Peabody Essex Museum, but no TG info as I was up there, before they openned.

Anyone in the North Shore able to sit on 464.3000 and get the TG and Slot info before we move it out of the Unidentified
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The museum security uses 461.4500 , also using CC 14., so your assumption of that being the same makes sense.
(I was unable to ever get a TG, which is why it's not been posted)
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Re: 464.3000 CC14

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I was able to confirm that it is the Peabody Essex Museum, based on FCC Licensing

https://wireless2.fcc.gov/UlsApp/UlsSea ... ey=2323323

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TheCoolMatrix wrote:
09 Jun 2022 17:38
I was able to confirm that it is the Peabody Essex Museum, based on FCC Licensing

https://wireless2.fcc.gov/UlsApp/UlsSea ... ey=2323323
How are you able to confirm it? Are you near the location and can hear it locally?
An FCC license alone isn't enough to confirm it.
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Re: 464.3000 CC14

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After a week of listening I can confirm that 464.300 CC14 SL2 TG1 is Peabody Essex Museum.
It seems to be a shared frequency between maintenance/facilities and security. Heard references from repair work to opening/securing doors to picking up items at Rowley facility on Rte 1. Various address given in Salem which correspond with the museum properties.

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Thanks - if/when you have time, see if you can ID the use and TG info on 461.4500 from PEM as well
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Bluesky wrote:
19 Jun 2022 08:38
After a week of listening I can confirm that 464.300 CC14 SL2 TG1 is Peabody Essex Museum.
It seems to be a shared frequency between maintenance/facilities and security. Heard references from repair work to opening/securing doors to picking up items at Rowley facility on Rte 1. Various address given in Salem which correspond with the museum properties.
Bill Dunn N1KUG
Cruise Ship Frequencies
http://scanmaritime.com

"The tougher it is to find a frequency, the more it makes me want to work to find it. - I've learned to use the SEARCH Button"

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