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When I listen to the local ICE in my area I get data burst there is 3 of them at a time then couple of minutes later 3 more data burst. Any ideas?
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Could be radio encryption
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vote scanning off of the radio?
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When I listen to the local ICE in my area I get data burst there is 3 of them at a time then couple of minutes later 3 more data burst. Any ideas?
It's Motorola's GPS tracking option. The same data burst occurs on the DOJ frequencies as well.

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When I listen to the local ICE in my area I get data burst there is 3 of them at a time then couple of minutes later 3 more data burst. Any ideas?
I have heard that at times on the 165.2375 repeater.

I believe that is a CBP repeater out of Orlando, please correct me if I am wrong. I get good signals in the clear up here in Ormond Beach, FL.
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It's Motorola's GPS tracking option. The same data burst occurs on the DOJ frequencies as well.



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Thank you for the information on the GPS tracking.

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I have heard that at times on the 165.2375 repeater.



I believe that is a CBP repeater out of Orlando, please correct me if I am wrong. I get good signals in the clear up here in Ormond Beach, FL.

I hear that as well on the CBP 165.2375 frequency. It's located over in Orlando with great reception where I live. CBP was busy in my area in Tampa past couple of days.


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what is cote scanning over that gps data burst then?
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