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Old 09-23-2013, 12:02 PM
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Is anyone hearing a carrier on 157.45 with a CTCSS of 103.5? It's been on for at least two hours. I thought that frequency was going to be one of the new Evergreen, Clear Creek County frequencies to be used as a MAC.

Nice strong signal in Denver.
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I see that WPDS900 Evergreen FPD is a licensed user with emissions of 20K0F3E.

FCC codes say this about 157.45:

This frequency will be assigned only for one-way paging communications to mobile receivers. Transmissions for the purpose of activating or controlling remote objects on this frequency are not authorized.

I cannot hear it from Colorado Springs today. I will keep it in the scanner.

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Is anyone hearing a carrier on 157.45 with a CTCSS of 103.5? It's been on for at least two hours. I thought that frequency was going to be one of the new Evergreen, Clear Creek County frequencies to be used as a MAC.

Nice strong signal in Denver.
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Nothing received up North near Greeley at 11 AM. Maybe it has gone off the air for a while.

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Old 09-23-2013, 7:16 PM
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Dead carrier with PL of 103.5 loud and clear in S.E. Greeley.

Squaw Mountain is one of their UHF sites so betting this transmitter is up there.
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Old 09-23-2013, 7:43 PM
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If they're up on Mines, you'll be able to hear them in Denver, roughly east of Sheridan Blvd. due to shadowing by the foothills.
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Heard it from Golden east
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Signal is loud and clear this morning in Gilcrest with a 103.5 carrier.
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Old 09-26-2013, 10:49 AM
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License would suggest that they added a site.
The Bear Mountain and Began Peak sites date back to Low Band (45.520)
Then they added UHF (453.950/458.950)

I would guess that these new Freqs and the addition of the Squaw Mountain as a site are to enhance coverage.

**Nice to see someone spending money on a system that will work for a change.
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