159.9125 C02 CAP+

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159.9125 C02 CAP+

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General Quincy/South Shore area.

TGS heard on it include 109, 110.

159.9125 isn't in the standard FCC channel plan, which makes this even more interesting.
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Re: 159.9125 C02 CAP+

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Weak into Weymouth, as I had to go to the VHF Omni to even get it
W1KNE wrote:
08 Apr 2021 07:51
General Quincy/South Shore area.

TGS heard on it include 109, 110.

159.9125 isn't in the standard FCC channel plan, which makes this even more interesting.
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Re: 159.9125 C02 CAP+

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Scott found this last June viewtopic.php?f=22&t=41744

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On this list https://everything2.com/title/Radio+Frequency+Spectrum It shows it as
158.5375 - 159.9125 Pacnet Commercial X-25 Date Network WFM

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that would be from across da Pond [United Kingdom] John

Based on the FCC CFR we built out the band plans in the Wiki
https://www.snewiki.com/wiki/index.php/ ... _High_Band

So either
a. someone put in the wrong Freq :)
b. Spur from another transmitter
c. Rogue [not the first, not the last] unlicensed user/radio shop

ScanBoston wrote:
08 Apr 2021 08:59
On this list https://everything2.com/title/Radio+Frequency+Spectrum It shows it as
158.5375 - 159.9125 Pacnet Commercial X-25 Date Network WFM
Bill Dunn N1KUG
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Re: 159.9125 C02 CAP+

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Some clues by what sound like school buses on TG 109 lean towards Cohasset. TG 112 has also been heard with brief comms without any clues.
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