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Posted: Wed Sep 14 2016, 06:00pm
Posted by: Dave3825usPosts: 795
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Wow by 2021 who knows what will be. P25 could reach end of life lol

Time will tell
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Posted: Fri Dec 16 2016, 06:33pm
Posted by: Darkstar350Posts: 615
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The other day i heard what possibly sounded like a vehicle repeater on 457.825 with no tone

It was definitely PSEG as they were using their radio codes ("21" is their 10-4) im just not sure if it was actually a vehicle repeater or some other general ops type channel...
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Posted: Mon Jul 31 2017, 06:41pm
Posted by: Darkstar350Posts: 615
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Recently they just got a few licenses for some relatively low powered hi band repeaters mainly in Suffolk -

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Posted: Tue Aug 01 2017, 10:19pm

Posted by: PFD MikePosts: 392
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I know some of the cross band repeaters only use a tone on the input side, so that sound right. Good catch

457.825 - Is licensed to LIPA (WQWN467)


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Posted: Wed Aug 02 2017, 11:19am
Posted by: Darkstar350Posts: 615
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PFD Mike wrote ...

I know some of the cross band repeaters only use a tone on the input side, so that sound right. Good catch

457.825 - Is licensed to LIPA (WQWN467)



I havent heard much activity on that freq since then again i suppose one would have to be quite close to a vehicle to hear that but yes most likely a mobile repeater setup is what that freq is used for
I still hear some type of beeps and data noises from time to time on some of those other 457/467 freqs

Heres a few more of those 5/10 watt repeater freqs which were licensed a little earlier in the year
Seems like these repeaters tend to be at or near substations and the like so i suppose its a possibility they could actually be used for some type of remote controls
Also intresting how despite being such low power the radiated power is licensed for 100 watts on some of them...

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Posted: Fri Sep 22 2017, 11:47pm
Posted by: Darkstar350Posts: 615
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I got some strange popping/clicking noises on a few of those new 5 watt freqs so im guessing these may be used for some type of data...
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Posted: Tue Mar 12 2019, 01:24am
Posted by: Darkstar350Posts: 615
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Anyone in suffolk try some of the 900mhz freqs yet? Im able to sometimes pickup what seems to be 900mhz P25 but im not sure if thats part of the system which is on the air in NJ or if its part of the same system
I know the plan is to get all of PSEG LI on 900mhz eventually...
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Posted: Tue Mar 12 2019, 02:35am
Posted by: Dave3825usPosts: 795
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What are the 900 reqs? I will plug them in. I know you asked about 938.175 a while back and that now comes back to a nat grid mot smartzone system in the city.
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Posted: Tue Mar 12 2019, 12:34pm
Posted by: Darkstar350Posts: 615
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The freqs are -
936.000
936.900
938.175
939.7125
939.725
939.925

I do occasionally get what seems to be a smartzone control channel on 938.175 with a rather weak signal

The reason i asked is because the freqs i listed for the 900mhz system seem to be licensed only for sites in suffolk so far
The P25 i was getting was on 935.7625 and 936.925

I have also been getting some type of data noises on 452.125 in suffolk [link]
I get the same noises on 464.150 in nassau [link]
I would guess those have something to do with PSEG...



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Posted: Tue Mar 12 2019, 02:16pm
Posted by: Dave3825usPosts: 795
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936.000 dead carrier or spike. Will play with the rest today.

Just found a very distant cc 938.1875. Might belong to WQZV550 PDV Spectrum Holding Company or Team Connect, whatever their name is. Union NJ. It's not in the database and I can't confirm its Team Connect yet. Maybe tomorrow if I get into Nassau. The only hit for that freq in NJ is WPUC845 TROPICANA ATLANTIC CITY and I doubt it's that..

I might make a moxon for 935mhz as the one I am using now is like 773mhz. Don't think it will make that much of a difference but ya never know..

Been going about 20 minutes on the 900mhz stuff and its silent.. Cant run my airspy yet as my 436 in on the last free usb port...
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