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Old 04-20-2014, 2:16 AM
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Does anyone have any clue who is on 173.300r CTCSS 110.9 in Phoenix?

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Nope. Only active licensee in the state with that freq transmits from a site in Tucson. I'll monitor though and see what comes through.
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Does anyone have any clue who is on 173.300r CTCSS 110.9 in Phoenix?

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Thanks FF-Medic! I thought 173MHz was government band though! Anyhow, If you search the 173MHz range there are several hits for repeaters. They are probably all with this company then.

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173.21 - 173.39 MHz is non-federal.
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It's time to change your location, mike. You've been here a whole week. Hahahaha
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173.21 - 173.39 MHz is non-federal.
Thanks Tom, that makes sense with what I was hearing.

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There are certain GAPs in the VHF Band for
Media, Fire, and Relay-Press from the early days, now with the migration of all business licenses, you might be suprised what you can find.

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Brenda, I'm just trying to get situated and you want me to move already??? 8-)
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Thanks FF-Medic! I thought 173MHz was government band though!.

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Yep. I know there are gaps on the frequency band allocations, but I did not know that there was any on the "Federal Agent" side.

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You shoudln't rely on websites with obsolete information.
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I believe the location signature under how long you've been a member is what she meant
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Hahaha. Thanks, Larry. Yes, that's what I meant.
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another mystery frequency strikes again
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