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Old 04-12-2013, 3:59 AM
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It'd be nice if somewhere on the official RWC site they listed the talkgroups, but I've yet to find it. If I ever do though I will gladly submit anything that's not listed.

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Old 04-12-2013, 5:30 AM
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I am unable to submit anything as the mobile version that I'm limited to with my cellphone does not have access to that feature. I can't access the wiki, either. I have posted stuff here for other people to listen to, CONFIRM and submit, but I haven't...

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Old 04-12-2013, 5:34 AM
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seen it in the DB as of yet. Like ALL of the City of Peoria city services TG's from 4040 to 4010, complete with channel numbers that I posted months ago. And the missing Peoria PD info for channels A-12/13/14/15, B-12 & 14/15, and C-12 & 14/15.
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And I recently posted the missing FD K-2 and K-3 TG's for the FD's on the RWC. But most are not active, so they cannot be confirmed, so they cannot be submitted under the rules.
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The encrypted TG's for Phoenix PD that are listed in the SWFD-10 from 2009 cannot be submitted unless/until someone with inside info can confirm they are still accurate 4 years after they were listed in the SWFD-10.
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There's also an I-deck with 16 channels of 800MHz and 700MHz conventional frequencies for Interoperability. But unless an insider confirms them, or a large-scale exercise uses them all, or the SHTF and they get used, who's going to confirm them?
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Obviously, other areas have radio techs, and/or public safety officials confirming, and if not submitting the info themselves, are passing the info on to others who are submitting it to the DB. We apparantly don't have enough of that here.
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I-deck (S = Simplex; R = Repeater):
1) 866.0125 S 8AIRS-AZ
2) 866.0125 R 8AIRS-AZ
3) 866.5125 S 8TAC-1
4) 867.0125 S 8TAC-2
5) 867.5125 S 8TAC-3
6) 868.0125 S 8TAC-4
7) 868.0375 S 8TAC-5
8) 866.5125 R 8TAC-1
9) 867.0125 R 8TAC-2
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10) 867.5125 R 8TAC-3
11) 868.0125 R 8TAC-4
12) 868.0375 R 8TAC-5
13) 765.15625 SPTAC-1
14) 765.21875 SPTAC-2
15) 765.65625 SPTAC-3
16) 765.71875 SPTAC-4
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The frequencies for I-1 through I-12 are more than likely accurate, as the descriptors are well known. HOWEVER, the frequencies for I-13 through I-16, the SPTAC's, are only my best guess, and may not be correct.
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I once asked on here if anyone had ever heard of SPTAC's, and if they knew what the frequencies were, but the only answer I got at the time was no. But there ya go, I-deck, as best I can provide. And Ocean deck is 4516, Ocean-1 through 4501, Ocean-16.

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I also have a few TGs listed as M Deck, I have never heard anything on them. The most active I've found have been G & L Decks.
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I've never heard any of the M-decks active, either.
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