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Old 12-12-2012, 8:45 AM
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I'm picking up several RWC CC's below 769MHz, notably:
764.3125/764.34375/764.34625 (not sure which is the real CC)
765.50375
The lowest CC in the database appears to be 769.11875 (Simulcast J). Can anyone shed light on the 764 and 765MHz CC's?
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Old 12-12-2012, 8:52 AM
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There also appears to be a YRCS CC at 865.85625/865.85875.
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Old 12-12-2012, 9:09 AM
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I'm at 91st and Peoria Ave's btw. I've gotten mainly 1731 G-6 Interop F, 1795 Phoenix FD K-1, 4141 Peoria PD A-1, 4301 Surprise PD A-1, and a 1600-series PFD K-deck or 2. I've also gotten a 1500-series TG and 2191 encrypted.
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Those frequencies are in the public safety broadband D block which is where the future nationwide public safety LTE network will be. You are probably getting images from somethinge else.

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I think I'm getting better reception via the image 765.50375 frequency than I ever do of a real CC lol.
Some detail: the three 764 CC's show R001, S006, BEE08.
The 765 CC shows: R002, S008, BEE08 if that helps figure out what they're images of.
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I think I'm getting better reception via the image 765.50375 frequency than I ever do of a real CC lol.
Some detail: the three 764 CC's show R001, S006, BEE08.
The 765 CC shows: R002, S008, BEE08 if that helps figure out what they're images of.
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Have you tried running PRO96com or Unitrunker to find out more info on that control channel?
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I don't have a computer, let alone software to do so, unfortunately. My cell phone is how I access RR.
I hand program my GRE PSR-500.
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I'm curious as to why my 500 doesn't cover the whole 763-805 MHz spectrum? It has 764.00000-781.99625 and 791.00000-796.99625. So it misses a 9 MHz chunk of the commercial allocation, and 1 MHz of the upper portion of the PS broadband allocation,...

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the entirety of the upper guardband (not a big deal), and the entirety of the upper PS narrowband allocation. And the 800 MHz coverage starts at 806.00000, 1 MHz above the upper PS narrowband allocation.
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The upper allocations are the mobile side of things, if I'm guessing right, so maybe they don't want people listening to officials directly via simplex, but if that's the case, the radio should have from 763 MHz to whereever the split in the commercial...
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allocation is between the base and mobiles would be, (784 MHz?) shouldn't it?
There's some other strangely missing chunks of public safety spectrum in this radio as well, but that's a different thread altogether.
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Correct. 746-776 base and 776-806 mobile.

There are several old threads about the missing frequency ranges on certain GRE/RS scanners.
If I remember right they had to do that becasue their poor receiver design would otherwise allow image reception of the 824-849/869-894 cellular band which is prohibited by FCC rules.
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The cellular ban is outdated and ridiculous. No one uses analog cell phones anymore; the analog cell network no longer exists. They need to get with the times and repeal that ban.

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